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Insan (2005)

Not Rated | | Action, Crime, Drama | 14 January 2005 (USA)
A police offer is hellbent to arrest a notorious terrorist who is planning to destroy Mumbai, as well as to settle a personal score with him.


K. Subhash (as K. Subaash)


Naeem-Ejaz (dialogue)




Cast overview, first billed only:
Akshay Kumar ... Amjad
Ajay Devgn ... Inspector Ajit Rathod
Tusshar Kapoor ... Avinash
Esha Deol ... Heena (as Esha)
Lara Dutta ... Meghna
Laila ... Indu
Koena Mitra ... Sonali Rathod
Archana Puran Singh ... Rajjo
Sharat Saxena ... Heena's father
Laxmikant Berde ... Laxman (as Late Laxmikant Berde)
Vivek Vaswani ... Agarwal
Asrani ... Film director
Himani Shivpuri ... Indu's mom
Deepak Pandit Deepak Pandit
Kunal Giri Kunal Giri


A loner ex-cop driven by his need for vengeance, no one, nothing, is able to penetrate his shell. Not even the love of Meghna who hopes in vain that her love will make him forget his pain. As he drives his rickshaw through the streets of Bombay. Amjad still scours the thousands of faces on the streets looking for his brother Azhar who went missing years ago. Amjad tries in vain to hide his pain with his love for Hina. But how do you dilute the pain of such a personal loss? Ambition brought Avinash Kapoor to Bombay, the same ambition that drew Indu; the ambition to become a film star. To find glamor, fame, success and wealth. Instead they found each other. Ajit Rathor. Avinash Kapoor, Amjad, Three different men with three different missions. Find now that their worlds are linked by a secret which will change them forever. Three men are going to find that the very qualities that made them human; Hate. Sorrow. Despair. Love. Pain. Ambition. Hope. Are going to make them cross the line ... Written by gavin@sunny_deol2009@yahoo.com

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Last film of Akshay Kumar and Ajay Devgan together. See more »


Inspector Ajit Rathod: Don't forget your things again, because you'll be sad if you couldn't find it, I mean your bag in my utterance
Meghna: Lara Dutta: sometimes I'll be happy to lose something else, in my words I don't mean my purse.
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10 July 2005 | by AishFanSee all my reviews

What a waste of talent! So many excellent stars all in one movie end up getting stuck in such a stupid production. The script of this film is so weak and dumb. It's rather pathetic when the villains come out and state themselves that they are the bad guys and want to cause as much harm to innocent people as possible. Amidst this amazing star-cast pops up this unheard of actress with no acting abilities whatsoever (the lady opposite Tusshar). I don't think you can be older than 10 to enjoy this film. Some scenes are so dumb such as when Akshay fools his landlord into thinking that he paid him all his money. There so many clichéd dialogues in this movie! Seems like the writer was off daydreaming when he decided to write this script. Songs are lame and don't sound new at all. The lady who played Ajay's wife looked quite stunning. Direction is terrible; despite such a great ensemble of stars, performances were not quite up to the mark.

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14 January 2005 (USA) See more »

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Insaan See more »

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Khandala, Maharashtra, India See more »

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D.M.S. Films See more »
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