Employed as a camera-man at a popular television station QTV; Shivaji Rao Gaekwad work his way up and is eventually promoted as a reporter. One of his job involve interviewing the Chief Minister Balraj Chauhan. During the course of the interview he brings to light the true facts of Chauhan to the general public. Agrivated at this Chauhan decides that he will challenge him to become the Chief Minister for a day which he accepts. During his tenure Shivaji attempts to make the wrong right by punishing dishonest people while at the same time ensure that the masses get what they aspire for. But when his life return to normal he will find that nothing is the same anymore as he and his loved ones are made targets by Chauhan's goons this pushes Shivaji to enter politics and eventually elect as the Chief Minister - a Chief Minister who wants to continue the remaining of his day's work.
Fight the power
Did You Know?
In the Chale Chalo Mitwa sequence all the four elements: wind; water; earth; and soil are depicted, and shot in varied places from Ladakh to Kanyakumari. The whole sequence took fifteen days to complete. See more
The final closing scene is supposed to show Mumbai being transformed into a modern city. While the first frame shows the Dharavi slums of Mumbai, the next morphed frame shows an existing American city. To add to this, the helicopter shown has an American registration. See more
Remake of Mudhalvan
Ruki Sukhi Roti
Written by Anand Bakshi
Composed by A.R. Rahman
Performed by Shankar Mahadevan
and Alka Yagnik
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