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Rajkumar Singh Yadav alias Raja lives with his parents and grandfather in Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh. After his studies; Raja is encouraged by his friend, Shekhar success to re-locate to Bombay for a job where-by he has his hopes up high to be a police officer while his father wants him to take up farming as his profession. His Bombay aggression is made possible when his grandfather passed away and his constant abuse at the hands of his father. Upon his arrival Raja is faced with the harsh realities which pushes him to take the law into his own hands only to clash forces with established gangsters, corrupt high-ranking politicians and is betrayed by his lover and friend where-by he is ordered to be apprehended dead or alive for the killing of some police officers and civilians.Written by
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A laugh riot for wrong reasons
This is one hell of laugh riot mainly because of the hero's ineptness. The idea of bad acting can be subjective but this highly incompetent wussy's bad acting is universal truth. Even the kindest of people will get sadistic pleasure whenever he gets beaten in the movie.
There is nothing to write home about this abomination apart from the moralistic idea, just the idea. But the screenplay, direction and acting are laughably incompetent.
Gracy Singh seems to be on an ordeal of exploring austere side of life: from being in all-time great movies like Lagaan and Munnabhai MBBS to being the love interest of a good-for-nothing character, played by a good-for-nothing actor.
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