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A conman Roy, gets dumped by his girl-friend. Then he finds out he has a fatal disease. On the verge of death, he resolves to do some good, by helping his apprentice Dittu hoodwink the mobster who hurt his (Dittu's) family.
An honest cop named Sadhu Agashe makes a name for himself by killing criminals in sting operations instead of locking them up in prison. The film follows his method of working, gives an ... See full summary »
Raghav Shastri and Jai Mittal belong to two different strata of the society . Raghav is a hot-tempered , world-weary taxi driver who lies to his family about working as an insurance salesman . Jai is the heir to a sprawling business empire , your stereotypical spoiled rich man's son . After his father's demise , he leans that in his Late father's will , all the property and business has been transferred to Arjun Bajaj , his father's close friend . Jai challenges the will in court , saying that he possesses the original will safely sored away in a security vault . On the day of the hearing he hires Raghav's taxi to take him to the vault building , constantly nags him about driving too slowly which leads to speeding and accident . Jai gets away from the scene and reaches his destination , only to realize that he has dropped his vault key accidentally in Raghav's car . Raghav is arrested for the accident but not before he finds Jai's key . Jai is desperate to get the key from Raghav , ...Written by
As per Truecaller the number given by Raghav Shastri's wife to Jai Mittal in one of three scenes when Jai Mittal meets her fir the first time at Raghav Shastri's house, belongs to Nana Patekar Taxi service See more »
After Jai Mittal leaves the court in a car, we can see the same arch of the BMC building in the background twice. See more »
Shivaji had the power of 1 horse and it talked with air. This car has 18 horses, press the accelerator and say Jai Maharashtra
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This film opened my eyes to Bollywood films, it is simply superb especially Nana Patekar an unknown actor to me up till this point, who suddenly entered my top five list of male actors. The original: Changing Lanes is not a poor film either compared to what usually get out of Hollywood, but this Bollywood adaptation of the story runs rings around it with ease. Thanks to superb acting and some subtle changes to the manuscript of the original story Taxi 9211 becomes a more intense and engaging film. It should perhaps be told that it is, perhaps somewhat unusual for a Bollywood film for though there is a brief song and dance routine at the very beginning of the film as in most Bollywood films the director has gone out of his way to hide it and integrate it into the film so that it blends in without being disruptive and without it leaving the stamp of Bollywood on it, the film itself has more in common with French cinema than Indian.
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