India's top agent Kabir (Hrithik Roshan) leads the Elite Shadow Unit of R&AW, a compact group of the crème de la crème of the armed forces who are personally trained by him and work with him on various high-risk missions across the world. Among Kabir and Colonel Luthra's key targets are an international arms baron Rizwan Ilyasi who has been key in various acts of terrorism against the country. Khalid (Tiger Shroff) has fought his way up the ranks of the Indian armed forces. His greatest challenge and battle has been to fight against the sins of his father, once a decorated soldier working with Kabir who had turned a traitor. His ambition has been to join Kabir's team to remove any stains on their family name. Kabir is not keen due to their past history, but Colonel Luthra requests him to, and gradually Kabir is also impressed by Khalid's intense dedication and grit. Khalid becomes Kabir's greatest soldier ever, flirting with death repeatedly in mission after mission as they go after the country's enemies, including a mission against Rizwan Ilyasi that nearly kills Khalid. But Khalid's greatest mission, his toughest yet, is still to come. When his own mentor Kabir turns rogue and starts to go after top officials and scientists and officers in the Indian establishment, targeting and executing them viciously across the world. Colonel Luthra is unsure if Khalid has it in him to go after Kabir. Is he clever enough to hunt the man who trained him, and even if he does get him, does he have it in him to put a bullet in his hero's head? Luthra advises Khalid against the mission but he insists – he is the best protégé and the only one who can track the mentor. And only Kabir can answer the crucial question – why did he turn rogue? A vicious cat and mouse game ensues as protégé goes after mentor in a war that spills across the globe. As the chase unravels both Kabir and Khalid begin to finally realize, what desperate stakes really drive them in this terrifying war.
In an era when Bollywood music ruled the Indian households and when Ghazal as a genre was limited to only the connoisseurs, Jagjit Singh made Ghazals a necessity of every music lover's collection. With a voice as cool as ice and stirring enough to break or mend your heart, he brought to life some of a fascinating composition of all times with unparalleled charm. Kaagaz Ki Kashti traces the life journey of a down-to-earth, small-town boy, who made it big by breaking through the norms and revolutionizing the Ghazal scenario, by texturing traditional Ghazal singing with western instrumentation and making it simple and hummable, enticing new listeners into becoming Ghazal fans. Tracing three converging tracks … the struggle and stardom in his musical career, the love and loss in his personal life and the scope and limitations in the music scenario of the times. it is an evocative film of not just Jagjit Singh's life, but also of the monumental legacy he has left behind. Through in-depth conversations with friends, family, colleagues and through archival footage, the film becomes an intimate portrait of the iconic Ghazal rockstar, Padma Bhushan, Jagjit Singh. From the makers of the award-winning film on RD Burman, now comes another riveting film that explores the artistry and pioneering positioning of the larger-than-life yet man-next-door icon, Jagjit Singh ... with charm, delight, depth, insight, humour in the process of a gripping narrative of one of the most admired and loved musicians of the century. CBFC U (DIL/1/133/2016-MUM)
India's top agent Kabir (Hrithik Roshan) leads the Elite Shadow Unit of R&AW, a compact group of the crème de la crème of the armed forces who are personally trained by him and work with him on various high-risk missions across the world. Among Kabir and Colonel Luthra's key targets are an international arms baron Rizwan Ilyasi who has been key in various acts of terrorism against the country. Khalid (Tiger Shroff) has fought his way up the ranks of the Indian armed forces. His greatest challenge and battle has been to fight against the sins of his father, once a decorated soldier working with Kabir who had turned a traitor. His ambition has been to join Kabir's team to remove any stains on their family name. Kabir is not keen due to their past history, but Colonel Luthra requests him to, and gradually Kabir is also impressed by Khalid's intense dedication and grit. Khalid becomes Kabir's greatest soldier ever, flirting with death repeatedly in mission after mission as they go after the country's enemies, including a mission against Rizwan Ilyasi that nearly kills Khalid. But Khalid's greatest mission, his toughest yet, is still to come. When his own mentor Kabir turns rogue and starts to go after top officials and scientists and officers in the Indian establishment, targeting and executing them viciously across the world. Colonel Luthra is unsure if Khalid has it in him to go after Kabir. Is he clever enough to hunt the man who trained him, and even if he does get him, does he have it in him to put a bullet in his hero's head? Luthra advises Khalid against the mission but he insists – he is the best protégé and the only one who can track the mentor. And only Kabir can answer the crucial question – why did he turn rogue? A vicious cat and mouse game ensues as protégé goes after mentor in a war that spills across the globe. As the chase unravels both Kabir and Khalid begin to finally realize, what desperate stakes really drive them in this terrifying war.
Ram (Shaam) and Lakshman alias Lucky (Allu Arjun) are brothers. They are totally opposite characters with Ram being a diligent police officer, while Lucky is a carefree guy. Right from childhood they play pranks on each other and fight over petty issues. The sibling rivalry only grows along with time. Lucky falls for Spandana (Shruti Haasan). Later, she too falls in love with him. When everyone is happy, the goon Siva Reddy (Ravi Kishan), enters by finish off an IPS officer. He wants to become a politician, and files papers to run in the elections. IPS officer's father ( Paruchuri Venkateswara Rao) ask Ram to stop Siva Reddy by giving the proofs that his son collected against him. Ram wants to stop him from running in the elections and goes with proof to arrest Siva Reddy. Siva Reddy tries to finish off Ram. Meanwhile, Lucky steals Ram's vehicle to tease him and is attacked instead by Siva Reddy goons. When he comes to know that they were after his brother, he attacks Siva Reddy. An angry Siva Reddy goes on to become a minister, and decides to take revenge on Lucky’s family. Siva Reddy took his revenge. Lucky seeks to take revenge on Siva Reddy with the help of Home Minister Govardhan (Posani Krishna Murali), whom he helped in past to become Home Minister. He fools him by saying that he is suffering from Leukemia and requests him to charge him as a special police officer along with a team of "frustrated" police officers. He also tells him to do a pray so that there might be a chance of his survival and it will be a 12 hours pray and he does not remain in contact with anyone for that 12 hours, . MLA accepts his requests and makes him a special police officer along with a team of "frustrated" police officers headed by Bill Pandey (Brahmanandam).First he starts with kidnapping the auditor of Siva Reddy who tells him that Siva Reddy has many assets but on alias names so Lucky hatches a plan to capture some of his assets and then talk him into giving the list of all his assets then with the help of media, he traps Siva Reddy and his father .Now frustrated, the home minister who comes to know about the Lucky's plan request his brother to stop him by giving special powers. As Lucky arrests Siva Reddy, his brother Ram arrests him and takes him to the police station where the CM and Home minister decide to let Lucky go and finish off Siva Reddy. At last Lucky demands that his team should continue and Bill must be the head of the team; and also he needs an American visa.
Fear and paranoia pervade the atmosphere as the general public is caught between excesses of both Khalistani militants and the Indian government forces fighting them. The first story is about a militant diktat in Punjab that prohibited family-owned dogs from barking, and the other is about two Hindu friends travelling to Amritsar in a nearly empty train. The film merges the two plots into one by making one of the friends travelling in the train recount the first story. Two Hindu friends Jugal and Raj looking for a train to Amritsar late in the evening. Having missed the last passenger train, they, along with a Sikh man in the same position, force their way onto a freight train. The small compartment already has a security man and two other young Sikhs besides a couple of train employees. The fearful atmosphere makes Jugal recounts to Raj an earlier incident involving him, his wife and their young daughter. The film goes into flashback. Lost at night in the countryside, Jugal, his wife and daughter reach a farmhouse in the outskirts of the village. While they are frightened to knock at the isolated house, they are not left with much choice. The family in the house, also suspicious at first, later lets them in, as the head of the house Joginder shows them the direction to take. Later at night, Joginder and his family are visited by the Sikh militants who demand Joginder that he kill the family dog for drawing attention with its incessant barking. The family woes continue the next morning when the paramilitary men arrive looking for the separatists. They turn the house upside down before leaving. The narrative moves back to the train on its way as the guard asks his unwanted passengers to leave before anyone notices them.
Featuring the likes of Raima Sen and Abir Chatterjee, this Sandip Ray movie follows the lives of Jadunath and his family. Jadunath s grandchildren, Manmath and Nanda are poles apart with Manmath s waywardness, despite Jadunath s warning being covered up by the more docile and conscientious Nanda. An intriguing situation erupts when an intruder enters their lives. The family is very protective about an heirloom, a rare ruby, which is also their ancestral totem. Fearing that the same might have been stolen, the family foils the robbery but the thief is nowhere to be found. Much later, Nanda realizes that he has taken refuge in her wardrobe. The compassionate Nanda gives this intruder, whose name is Divakar, a chance to change the course of his life. She introduces him to her grandfather as a young man looking for work and the grateful Divakar takes up the job that Jadunath offers him. Manmath who is slowly sliding towards a life of loose morals, is perpetually in debt and asks Diwakar to fudge the accounts and give him a loan from Jadunath s funds. This leads to a confrontation between him and Nanda. The respect and love that Nanda and Jadunath shower on Diwakar changes him forever and in the process, he falls in love with Nanda In the meantime, Manmath has turned desperate and starts stealing from his own family. Who would Nanda support? A reformed criminal who is passionately in love with her or her only brother who has managed to survive by taking up rather dubious paths of action.
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