Dev, a conman, gets killed by his wife Ritu, after she learns that the former is a debt-ridden thug who married her only to repay his debts. Her life turns upside down when she meets Anand, Dev's identical twin brother.
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Wealthy, world-wide business-man Shyam Prasad Bharadwaj would like to get his only daughter, Rittu marry to his business-partner Dev Kumar Malhotra. But what Shyam is unaware of is Dev is not what he claims to be but merely a con-man who is in debt with local gangsters and to worsen matters he plans to do away with the entire Bharadwaj family so that he can embezzle their property and estate.Written by
The film was previously titled " Khiladi Mera Naam". See more »
Kumar launches himself into the air from a ramp using his rollerblades; one shot he's holding the rope, another shot he's not and in the third shot, he's gripping it as he sticks the landing onto the antagonist's car. See more »
This was the last KHILADI film The first was superhit KHILADI(1992), then SABSE BADA KHILADI(1996) and KHILADIYON KA KHILADI(1996) which worked and then disasters like MRS AND MRS KHILADI(1997) and INTERNATIONAL KHILADI(1999) followed
This film is a supposedly action based thriller on the shades of BAAZIGAR, DON but sadly comes across as a poor film
The film starts off badly with an out of shape Mahima running around playing with a kid and her prank with newcomer Sudanshu Pandey falls flat but as soon as Akki enters the frame things improve and the film keeps you on the edge till Alok Nath is murdered The entire Akshay- Mahima confrontation at the interval which leads to a murky twist is badly handled Also the second half follows the typical Hindi formula where romance and comedy dominates and the villains just pop in and out The court scenes are a put off and amateurish also the ending is too sudden
Direction by Neeraj Vohra is okay in parts only but has a long way to go Music is good
Akshay does well in a negative role after AFLATOON(where he played a dual role too) but tends to overdo it too often In the other role he is good but nothing great because he did it before Mahima shreiks and annoys with her voice and overactive acting Sudhanshu Pandey is adequate in a small role Mukesh Rishi is as usual Gulshan Grover, Sayaji Shinde pop in for one scene and then are forgotten Alok Nath is okay Antra Mali is decent
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