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A young lad from a crime-laden family grows up to be a much-feared gangster.

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Ashu Trikha (as Ashuu Trikha)

Writers:

Ikram Akhtar (dialogue), Ikram Akhtar | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Mithun Chakraborty ... S.P Mrityujain Dwivedi (as Mithun Chakraborthy)
Om Puri ... Inspector Avadh Narayan Chaturvedi
Sohum Shah ... Mohammad Baabarr Qurishi (as Sohum)
Urvashi Sharma ... Zia
Kasish Khan Kasish Khan ... Afreen Qureshi
Sushant Singh Sushant Singh ... Tabrez Alam
Shakti Kapoor ... Sarfaraz Qurishi
Tinnu Anand ... Mamu
Mukesh Tiwari ... Nawaaz Qureshi
Govind Namdeo ... Bhaiyyaji
Vivek Shaq ... Havaldar Yadav (as Vivek Shaque)
Vishwajeet Pradhan ... Harpaal Singh Yadav
Kannaan Arun Iyer Kannaan Arun Iyer ... Sonkar
Pratima Kazmi ... Lilawati
Abbas Ali Moghul Abbas Ali Moghul ... Akram Pahelwan
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Born in violent Amanganj, Uttar Pradesh, Mohammad Baabarr Qureshi watches his eldest brother go to jail for killing Kale Pahelwan. He watches and learns from his other brothers, seriously injures another boy, and after acquiring a gun, kills the boy's father. He grows up to be a much-feared gangster in an area where the police themselves fear to venture. While S.P. Mrityujain Dwivedi would like to arrest him, he holds back and instead encourages Baabarr's rival, Tabrez Alam, to gain more ground and enter into an open conflict with the former. Things escalate to such an extent that Baabarr is forced to flee to his wife, Afreen, in Kolkata, where he is eventually traced and brought before the courts. This is where the Uttar Pradesh police will experience frustration when the court holds Baabarr in judicial custody forbidding the police to even lay a hand on him. With over 200 incidents, virtually no witnesses nor evidence to tie him to any crime, it does look as if Baabaar, who has ... Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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I was I am and I will be...........Babbarr


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Country:

India

Language:

Hindi | English

Release Date:

11 September 2009 (India) See more »

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Budget:

INR 11,000,000 (estimated)
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Ridhi Sidhi Films See more »
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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color
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Ridiculous Attempt to show Muslims as the Bad Guys
17 October 2015 | by Shaharyar ZulfiqarSee all my reviews

Just a ridiculous attempt to flag Muslims as the bad guys. I mean the writer tries to show that Muslims reek havoc everywhere, the story is all crap. The heroin of the movie has sex with the villain, means the movie shows women as whores. What the hell? It's a copy of Once upon a time in Mumbai, that movie was 10 times better and original. oh dear, oh dear...where to begin.... i read previews about this being a new 'Satya', a gore-filled gangster movie, gritty and exciting.... Well, its definitely not any of these. A relative of mine even watched the film and warned me about how bad it was, but did that stop me from watching this pile of dog poo? I've never seen so many gunfights in a movie were the shooters keep missing the targets, maybe except Commando and Rambo, but they don't claim to be 'realistic', like this rubbish does.


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