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It's the story of two cops and their struggle to achieve maximum power. But they are not alone in this game, there are other players too, who are planning their next move at every level. ... See full summary »

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It's the story of two cops and their struggle to achieve maximum power. But they are not alone in this game, there are other players too, who are planning their next move at every level. Dreams, layers of emotions, betrayal and unpredictable twists - Maximum has it all. Written by thestreetofbollywood@gmail.com

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Crime | Thriller

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A typical Indian movie, with Two cops fighting for their profits and power.
30 June 2012 | by See all my reviews

Alright, This was somewhat stupid of me to go and watch this movie, But i was getting bored, din't have much to do.. so thought of giving it a try!

First of all, Sonu sood still needs to learn acting.. The plot of the movie fails to tell what is the movie all about, and the screenplay is weak too. Story is too slow, and some scenes are not required at all, their presence has just made the movie worse. Nasiruddin shah was not at all impressive.. and neha dhupia really dint have much to do in the movie. In all, Not preferred. Wait for the DVD to come out. It a Die Hard Sonu Sood/ NS fan, Still can wait and check it out in weekdays! Not worth to watch in a weekend.


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