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Mallik is a henchman of Aslam Bhai, a Mumbai underworld kingpin. He inducts local hothead Chandu into the gang, and the two of them soon form a formidable faction within the gang, eventually displacing Aslam. As the empire grows, however, the two of them start drifting apart.Written by
The theme music played throughout the movie is also used in Ram Gopal's later Sarkaar and Sarkaar Raaj. All three movies are based on parallel governments running in Mumbai. See more »
After Sayeed and Anees, When Malik and Chandu goes to Sharma's place, they see Rathod (inspector who beat up Chandu) collecting cash from Sharma.
Before Sharma receives call on his phone, if you notice in the back ground there is no Beer Bottle.
When Sharma asks Malik what will you do now? Malik shoots him and you suddenly see a Beer Bottle behind which blasts indicating bullet passing through Sharma
RGV for sure put the bottle there for visual and sound effect of the killing.. but should've kept the bottle from the beginning. See more »
Company is far and away the absolute best non-traditional plot Hindi movie ever. I think it is even better than Sholey. It ranks up there with Scarface... no, I take it back, Company is BETTER than Scarface. I am a big gangster/mafia movie fan, and there a lot of great ones out there -- both Hindi and American -- The Godfather, Scarface, Goodfellas, Heat, Sathiya, Gangster, Khattay... but Company takes the friggin cake.
Gripping plot, phenomenal acting, engaging soundtrack... this movie will have you enthralled from the moment you hit play till the closing credits, after which time you will think about the movie for hours. Vivek Oberoi is masterful, Ajay Devgan is flawless. Based on a true story, this is THE Indian movie of the decade. Ram Gopal Varma hits a home run with this masterpiece.
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