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Ek Chalis Ki Last Local (2007)

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A comic thriller about two people who miss the last local train at 1:40 am and how missing of their train changes their course of life forever.

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(as Sanjay M Khandduri)

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, (dialogue) (as Raghuveer Shekhavat)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
... Nilesh Rastogi
... Madhu / Mala
Amit Mistry ... Patrick
... Ponnappa's brother, Topya (as Nowaz)
Ashok Samarth ... Inspector Malvankar
... Mangesh Chilkey
Kanan
... Habiba (as Snehal Dhabi)
... Ponnappa
... Rafique (as Virendra Saxena)
Anuj Sharma
Akhilesh Kumar
... Mr. Bajaj (as Ashwini Mushran)
Aashu Mohil ... (as Ashu Mohil)
Bharat Ganeshpure ... Hawaldar at station
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Employed in Kurla in a Multinational Call Center where he is instructed to speak with an accent, Nilesh Rastogi misses the last 1:40 AM Kalyan-bound local-train to return home to Vikhroli. Asked to leave the platform by a Hawaldar, he goes looking for an alternate place to hang out until the next train at 4:10 AM. He meets with a stranded woman, Madhu, and both find out that auto-rickshaws are on a flash strike due to a bomb blast at Ghatkopar. Their attempts to find alternate transportation are in vain, the duo then attend a bar and this is where both their lives will be turned upside down. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Trivia

Director Sanjay Khanduri Planned a sequel, Titled "Gyarah Chalis ki Akhri Metro", which included Vivek Oberoi and Mallika Sherawat as lead pair. But the project didn't seemed to be a perfect follow up to the original, so the title was changed and was released as an independent film "Kismat,Love,Paisa,Delhi". The film bombed at box-office. See more »

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When the Corrupt Inspector is taking all 3 - Nilesh, Madhu and Patrick for encounter at Khandala, you can see a reflection of a crew person holding the light in the jeeps windshield. See more »

Quotes

Nilesh Rastogi: People have bad days. I have bad nights.
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References Saudagar (1973) See more »

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Hoga Kya Jaane Kal
Performed by Sonu Nigam
Lyrics by Mehboob
Music by Sandesh Shandilya
Music on HOM Records
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Great Movie
5 June 2007 | by See all my reviews

The movie is a must see for all ages except children (<10), who might not understand. I liked the role of Malvankar/Mala/Nilesh. Especially, Malvankar has a unique way of delivering dialog, which is very appealing. Most of the time humor is subtle but admirable. Movie's storyline never lets you down or get you bored, it elicits that creative thinking can produce great story. Background music and songs are awesome. Overall, KUDOS to awesome directing. I watched this movie 2-3 times and did not find any place where I could say this could not happen to me. I would say "Quartet Productions Pvt. Ltd." keep it up, there is striking contrast between last movie from the production "Let's Enjoy" and this. I am eagerly waiting for another movie like this.


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