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From the rough streets and back alleys of Central Mumbai comes the sensational true story of Arun Gawli, a man who scripted his own destiny, eventually going on to become one of India's most feared gangsters. Today he remains an enigmatic figure; at once a volatile, power-hungry criminal for some and the respected "Daddy" or a modern day Robin Hood for the working-class neighborhood he belongs to... See full summary »
The Indian censor board originally insisted on 157 cuts for the film to be approved for release in India. The director spent over a year resisting, until he was able to talk them down to just 4 cuts. See more »
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Echi Della Natura
Composed by Piero Umiliani
Performed by Piero Umiliani
Licensed courtesy of Liuto Edizioni Musicali di Stefania Baffa
From the album "Percussioni ed Effetti Speciali" See more »
A lot better than any other genre of this movie. If you can portray so much reality in a movie, then the movie maker is really outstanding. Reality in looks, in language, in expressions, in problems and their solutions. Reality can be more felt when someone is really from these regions of the world.
The kind of tension and awkwardness that is shown can be generally felt in these regions.
Most importantly I liked the posters of the film. They are like I am seeing the covers of 60s and 70s...
I was first alerted of this movie by the sheer waves it was making in the Cannes Film Festival, and for the very obvious reason that it featured the hugely talented maverick director, Ashim Ahluwalia, but after they won the award i was not surprised with the results.
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