An elite counter-intelligence unit learns of a plot, masterminded by a maniacal madman. With the clock ticking, it's up to them to track the terrorists' international tentacles and prevent them from striking at the heart of India.
The famous Kashmiri freedom slogan "Hun leke rahainge azadi" (We will get our freedom) was presented as "Hum leke rahainge insaaf" (We will get our justice) to suit the Indian audience. See more »
Lawyer Pramod Mathur says that "Pepsi and Pramod never reveal their formula"
Actually it is Coco Cola that does not reveal their formula and not Pepsi. See more »
The UK theatrical release was cut by 23 seconds in order to obtain a 12A classification. The distributor chose to remove images of strong bloody violence. An uncut 15 classification was available. See more »
First of all, sorry to say but Akshay Kumar+Anu Kapoor+Kumud Mishra are no match for the Arshad-Boman duo. While they are good, all through the movie I kept on recalling how smashing Arshad and Boman were. Boman was this classy and sophisticated bad guy you'll love to hate, while Arshad was brilliant and effortlessly convincing as Jolly. Even sitting in the past, they were overshadowing the performances of the new cast. Saurab Shukla was great, and so was Akshay Kumar(if I don't compare him to Arshad), but Anu Kapoor annoyingly overacted all through.
About the movie, I just want to say that, to me, it seemed a lot more "politically correct" and commercialized than the first one. Huma's character was disappointing compared to Amrita's character. Overall, it was an okay movie, entertaining. It had bigger names and did well at the box office, good for them. But for me, it failed to recreate the charm created by the first one.
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