Synopsis: Meet Subhash Nagre - a wealthy and influential resident of Bombay. He lives in a palatial house with his wife, Pushpa; sons Vishnu and his wife Amrita and their son; a second son, named Shankar, in the United States. Subhash and his family are thrilled when Shankar returns home, in the company of a gorgeous long-legged young woman named Pooja, who he plans to marry soon. While Subhash adores both his sons, he shows his open disappointment for Vishnu, whose language, childish actions, and his affair with a Bollywood actress named Sapna are just few of his wrong actions. When Vishnu finds out that a Bollywood actor is attempting to start an affair with Sapna, he angrily guns him down in front of several witnesses. Subhash asks Vishnu to leave the house, and thereafter Vishnu is arrested and charged with murder. Then all hell breaks lose in the Nagre household when a politician named Motilal Khurana is killed, and the killer names Subhash as the person who hired him to do this killing. Su
Genre: Crime, Drama
Director(s): Ram Gopal Varma
Production: Saavn
  2 wins & 5 nominations.
124 min

them right then and there.

Had we done so, they wouldn't be

showing their real colours now.

l know how to deal with Shinde.

But what to do with

your high pitched voice?

You think this to be some joke?

No, l'm not joking. Come..

Look, first send Gaitonde to Shinde.

Then come and inform me.

Bhabhi, where is brother?

He's gone for his shoot.

Cut, ok! Print 2 and 4!

How are you, sir?

How are you, Star? Come, sit.

What 'star', sir? lt's you who

has provided me with this break.

What break, eh?

Am l crazy to put

money on any newcomer?

Thank you, sir.

Thank you, sir?


You have what it takes, got it?

Thank you sir.

And stop applying lipstick.

You look prettier than the heroine.

Well.. no, sir!

How are you?

Wow! lt's so pretty! For your wife?

For you.

Thanks, Vishnu-ji!

But how can l accept it?

lt's so expensive.

Keep it.

- But..

Keep it!

Didn't l ask you to keep it?

l will leave now.

My brother has arrived from America.

Else would have

taken you out for dinner.

What was he saying? What's this?

He's given this gift to me.

What should we do with this now?

What can we do to such ruffians?

l feel like strangulating him!

Despite having a

child he acts so filthy.

Brother, how is Anoop?

as usual.

And how about Vishram-ji?

He's joined Rathod's party.

- Madan Rathod?

Who else?


Baba chucked him out here.

Should l feed him then?

But that Vishram.. he

turned out to be a sly guy.

Got kicked here on the rear..

..and landed straight to

the legislative assembly.

Bloody bastard!

Vishnu, how many times

have l asked you to..

..keep your filthy tongue in check,

in front of the kid?

l am talking to you.. what language would

you like me to explain?

Does anything go into

that thick head of yours?

Why did you go to that

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Manish Gupta

Manish Gupta is an Indian director and writer in Bollywood. He has written the film Sarkar and has directed the film Rahasya. Manish started his career as a scriptwriter. His first film as a writer was Sarkar, starring Amitabh Bachchan, Abhishek Bachchan and Katrina Kaif. Manish soon graduated to film direction and made his debut as director with Darna Zaroori Hai in which he directed one story amongst the six stories each directed by a separate director. Manish’s first film as independent director was The Stoneman Murders, starring Kay Kay Menon and Arbaaz Khan. His next movie as director was "Hostel" that explored the psychology of ‘Ragging’ (Hazing/Initiation). The President of India, Mrs. Pratibha Patil felicitated Manish Gupta at Rashtrapati Bhavan, New Delhi for addressing a national issue through cinema. Manish’s latest film is ‘Rahasya’ a murder mystery. The film stars Kay Kay Menon, Tisca Chopra and Ashish Vidyarthi released on 30 January 2015. more…

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