There are about 2 Lakh policemen in Mumbai. Tasked with the safety of this enormous city, a majority of them don't necessarily have the "cleanest" of vardis. When four such police inspectors are burnt alive in a series of merciless killings, the entire police force is rocked with terror. The media is looking for answers. The public is on the fence over these killings. These crimes reflect Vir as a person. Bold, Calculating, and Unapologetic. He's not scared of killing, or dying. It was clear that he had an agenda. A reason. A drive; behind these deaths and he was far from done. Fearing the next attack, the Commissioner calls upon their best bet to catch Vir. DCP Shivansh is what a proper policeman looks like. Strong, Courageous, Patriotic and most importantly, "Clean." And of course, he's the best at what he does. What follows is a succession of events that will test his Probity to the fullest. He is up against Vir, who is a vigilante and will stop at nothing to complete his mission. ...
Beimaan pitega, corruption mitega!
Did You Know?
Hit track "Dilbar Dilbar" was recreated for the film as an item number starring actress Nora Fatehi. The song went out to become huge hit. See more
At around 1:53 hours when Veer fights with the policeman, the policeman clearly throws himself in the reflex action. See more
Virendra Rathod (Veer)
Good days are really back. There are nearly 4200 religions in this world. And thousands of people die for it, kill for it everyday. But people like you have created a new religion: corruption!
During the ending credits in the Blue Ray version there is no space between "Manoj Bajpai". See more
The film was re-rated U/A by the CBFC for video release after a few dialogues were modified, smoking disclaimer was made legible and a few violent shots of people burning were removed. See more
lyrics by Kumaar
Music by: Rochak Kohli
performed by Atif Aslam
and Tulsi Kumar See more