An adrenaline junkie walks away from a whirlwind romance and embraces a new life as a thief, though he soon finds himself pursued by veteran police officer and engaged in a turf war with a local gangster.


Sajid Nadiadwala


Vakkantham Vamsi (story), Rajat Arora (screenplay) | 4 more credits »
11 wins & 13 nominations. See more awards »





Credited cast:
Saurabh Dhingra Saurabh Dhingra ... Nitin Bhagwat
Salman Khan ... Devi Lal Singh / Devil
Jacqueline Fernandez ... Shaina Mehra
Nawazuddin Siddiqui ... Shiv Gajra
Randeep Hooda ... Himanshu Tyagi
Mithun Chakraborty ... Devi Lal's Father
Archana Puran Singh ... Devi Lal's Mother
Sumona Chakravarti ... Vidhi
Sanjay Mishra ... Ram Avtaar Rathi (Senior Inspector)
Saurabh Shukla ... Shaina's Father
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Karan Aanand Karan Aanand ... Anil Sharma
Parthaa Akerkar ... (as Parth Akerkar)
Kavin Dave ... Jignesh
Rajshri Deshpande ... Mrs. Sharma
Ranjan Dumra Ranjan Dumra ... Dr. Ansari


On a train journey in Warsaw, psychiatrist Shaina meets Himanshu, who is a police officer from India to discuss their prospective marriage. Both are reluctant to enter into an arranged union but become friends and strike a deep conversation where Shaina reveals her previous relationship with the eccentric Devi, a man who lived only for his 'Kick' aka an adrenaline rush . Despite his idiosyncrasies they embark on a whirlwind romance, until one day he breaks up with her for a new 'Kick' and walks away never to return. Himanshu in turn regales her with his glorious escapades as an officer but mentions that he has finally met his match, an intelligent thief. What they are both unaware of is that their stories have one thing in common, Devi. He returns to their lives under the pretext of having lost his memory. Behind it all, is a deeper mystery and an uncompromising mission for which Devi is ready to lose his life. Written by Alan Bosco

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The film's climax was shot in Poland at Palace of Culture and Science in Warsaw. See more »


When Shiv Gajra is at the hospital he has chest hair while talking to the Doctor but in the next shot, the chest hair vanishes. See more »


Devi Lal Singh: From today even if you look at my friend... then your blood will flow in the Yamuna river... and not water
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Crazy Credits

When the Nadiadwala Grandson logo appears, the song "Tu Na Jaane Aas Paas Hai Khuda" theme from the film Anjaana Anjaani (2010) is heard. See more »


References Anjaana Anjaani (2010) See more »


Tu Hi Tu
Written by: Mayur Puri
Produced by: Himesh Reshammiya
Performed by: Mohammad Irfan
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A Kick to your senses
28 July 2014 | by snaidu422See all my reviews

You have an intelligent cop chasing after a foxy thief who specializes in high rung robberies and speeds off on a bike or a cycle or whatever he can lay hands on. He also informs the police well in advance where he is going to strike next and he does and the cops cannot do anything about it.

Nope! I am not talking about the DHOOM series, I am writing about KICK-replace Randeep Hooda with Abhishekh Bachan, the film would pretty well be named DHOOM 4 and can boast of Salman Khan as the new villain in the series. But alas- we have the thief here as the main protagonist, and Randeep Hooda intelligent than Abhishekh Bachan and dumb heroine who can't act to save her life-is a psychiatrist but lets a weirdo play mind games with her.

The movie begins in Poland where psychiatrist Shaina Mehra (Jacquline Fernandez)meets her future husband Police man Himanshu (Randeep Hooda), and comes clean about an affair she had with a weirdo Devi lal Singh (Salman Khan) who she breaks up as he is not serious about life and does not do anything unless it gives him a kick. Himanshu tells her that he is in Poland hunting a clever thief Devil (Salman Khan) who has till now successfully got away with heists worth 600 crores INR.

Before long both of them realize that Devilal and Devil are the same person and he has a major agenda on his hand in Poland and is in fact using both Himanshu and Shaina to pull off a heist on philanthropist Shiv Gazra (Nawazuddin Siddiqui).

The story line is intelligent, but there are huge gaping holes in the screenplay which surprisingly was worked upon by 4 writers Rajat Arora, Keith Gomes, Sajid Nadiadwala and surprise surprise Chetan Bhagat. It might well have been written by a novice and all he needed was to watch the Telugu DVD from which the movie was made, as the movie is 95% faithful scene by scene to the original.

Salman has a cool air throughout the movie and you do not see him switching between the two characters as he should be, instead you are subjected to "this is my movie-I will do what I wish" attitude.

Jacqueline Fernandez has only 30 seconds of fame in the song "Jumma Ke raath" where she breaks into a hot jig and leaves everyone gasping for more. And the rest of the movie she would actually give a complex to a zombie. The role required someone more mature and someone who can actually act.

Randeep Hooda will go down in history as the only lead actor who has managed to hold his own in a Salman Khan movie, it is sheer pleasure to watch this talented actor underplay his role and his dead pan one liners in the climax are absolutely hilarious since he delivers them with a straight face.

Nawazuddin Siddiqui gives a striking performance as the psychotic villain, but he is not given enough screen time to actually perform to his fullest. It is sad to see Mithun Chakraborothy accepting such inane roles. Nargis Fakhri is not exactly a malaiaka Arora to set the screen ablaze with her item, one of the easily forgettable visuals in the film. All said and done, go ahead and watch this movie if you have nothing interesting to do, or if you are a die hard Salman Khan and if you have not seen the original.

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Release Date:

25 July 2014 (USA) See more »

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Glasgow, Scotland, UK See more »


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Opening Weekend USA:

$1,071,373, 27 July 2014

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2.35 : 1
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