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Colonel Ranvir and ACP Jaideep joins forces to fight against Pakistani terrorists, who hijacks an Indian airplane and demands to free their militant leader in return.


Rohit Shetty


Robin Bhatt (additional screenplay), Javed Siddiqui (dialogue) (as Javed Siddique) | 2 more credits »
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Credited cast:
Ajay Devgn ... Col. Ranvir Singh Ranawat
Abhishek Bachchan ... ACP Jaideep 'Jai' Rai
Bipasha Basu ... Nandini J. Rai
Mukesh Tiwari ... Baba Zaheer Khan
Pankaj Dheer ... Captain Bashir Ali
Mohan Joshi ... Senior Army Officer
Manish Khanna ... Professor
Amrita Arora ... Singer / Dancer
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ram Awana Ram Awana ... Akku
Arun Bali ... Pakistani' Home Minister
Mohit Chauhan ... Terrorist
Kamal Chopra ... Police Commissioner
Surender Dhavle Surender Dhavle ... Hawaldaar
Subrat Dutta ... Major puri
Ramesh Goyal ... Rajesh Kaul - Airport Officer


Islamic terrorists, backed by Pakistan, boldly attack the Indian Parliament building. The Indian army assigns this matter to Colonel Ranvir Singh Ranawat, who along with his men, apprehends and arrests the ring-leader Baba Zaheer Khan. The Colonel takes one of his subordinates, Jaideep Rai, to task as nine soldiers were killed due to his negligence, and asks him to resign. An Islamic terrorist group, Al-Tahit, recruits a group of men to try and spring Baba from prison, albeit in vain as their plans are thwarted by Jaideep, who is now the ACP in Mumbai. On the run from the Police, this group hijacks an Indian Airlines plane, en-route from Mumbai to Kathmandu, with Jaideep's wife, Nandini, an In-Flight Supervisor, on board. The plane, with 107 passengers and crew, is re-routed to Kazan in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir where they are met with more armed terrorists as well as the Pakistani army. Together they demand the release of Baba Zaheer in exchange for the lives of the passengers. The ... Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Not too bad
2 December 2003 | by AishFanSee all my reviews

From the previews, I was expecting another great Ajay Devgan flick. However, Ajay's role is not that powerful. The protagonist is actually Abhishek Bachchan. Bipasha's role is pretty insignificant. There are a lot of extraneous scenes before the actual plot begins to take shape. The climax is the saving grace of this film.

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26 September 2003 (India) See more »

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