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After killing his mentor, a gangster comes into power to rule over Mumbai. In the process he falls for an aspiring actress, nevertheless he finds that his protege has fallen for her too which leads to enmity between them.
Two down on their luck men tries to kidnap a wealthy businesswoman's dog to demand a hefty ransom from her. Things goes haywire when the dog goes missing and plan begins to deteriorate, leading to further chaos and confusion.
Boss (Akshay Kumar) takes the blame for a murder done by his father mistakenly... after serving his jail term he becomes a gangster who is cool and fearless. But all hell breaks loose when a corrupt police officer and a politician give him a contract to kill, which causes him a terrible dilemma.Written by
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Shiv Pandit fits in uniform meant for Johny Lever despite Johny Lever being out of shape and Shiv being in shape. See more »
The UK release was cut, the distributor chose to make cuts to violence in order to obtain a 12A classification. An uncut 15 classification was available. This edited version was also used for release in Ireland. See more »
Harmless fun. Thankfully the fun is not numbed down by being all too brainless - just the sporadic instance here and there, mostly interspersed within the action scenes. Akshay Kumar enjoys himself in a role he can sleep through and he succeeds in involving the audience in his revelry. We even get to see him doing some real action and stunts after a long time.
Shiv Pandit just passes muster, while Aditi Rao Hydari literally has nothing to do. Sadly Mithun forgot his acting chops at home, and Danny's acting chops are criminally underutilized. But above all, the real scene stealer from the very first frame he enters till the last is Ronit Roy, who essays his first complete negative role with sublime malevolence.
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