Aakhari Decision

Synopsis: Arjun is an assassin who operates internationally and works for India-based Victor Chaku. He is in love with Manasi, who wants him to quit, and he accordingly approaches Victor with this request. Victor is willing to conditionally let him quit, and even pay for his marriage, provided he carries out one last assignment. Arjun accepts and accordingly sets out to kill Mumbai Police Commissioner Shyam Singh who is traveling by train to Kaliyapur to visit an ailing friend. Arjun manages to secure a seat opposite Shyam but finds his movements are being monitored by Victor's goon, David D'Souza, who is also on board. Arjun then sets out to carry out his gruesome task not knowing that a passenger, Rajeev Chowdhary, is not who he claims to be.

Many ways lead nowhere.

But still we have

to walk on them.

At times willingly or

at times unwillingly.

Similarly, some people

enter into your life. .

. . without an invitation.

And become part of

you like a shadow.

And then. .

. . your life's decisions. .

. . are not yours alone.

A strange isolation,

an emptiness is experienced. .

. . within and around you.

This isolation screams. .

yells. . creates disturbance

And then. .

. . you take a decision.

A Last Decision.

For which you've to pay

a very high price.

Mr. Richards!

- Mr. Richards doesn't

see strangers.

Good looking.

I need to see Mr. Richards.

John, show this gentleman

outside please.


Victor sent you.

Look, take the key to the safe,

money is yours. Take it all.

You don't get it.

What else do you want?

I'm not here for your money,

Mr. Richards.

But I do appreciate the offer.

Your men.

They were quiet rude

to me earlier.

I've a son and a daughter.

Victor knows I've a family.

We were in complete agreement.

I didn't know, the

deal would go bad.

Just couldn't control. .

it's the nature

of this business.

I haven't even met Victor.

How would I cheat? I mean. .

I just dealt with the

men here so. .

And now you're dealing with me.

You don't understand

the shit you've

got yourself into Mr. Richards.


It is costly.

And that cost is not open

for negotiation.

DDR -=KaMaL=-


You've come?

Amazing !

Red colour suits you so well.

Do you know?

This used to be a favourite

colour of Manav too.

By the way, when did

you buy this sari?

I'd stored it, never got

chance to wear it.

Guests will be here soon.

Get dressed.

Try this small fritter.

Look here, Mr. and

Mrs. India, arrive.

Here comes our birthday boy.

Everyone. . Everyone. .

It's a special day today.

Shyam has turned 65.

Even the wrestlers hang

up their boots at this age.

But this old man is

not ready to rest.

Give him a big hand ! Yes!

I wish some miracle

to happen today. .

. . for a smile to

appear on his face.

Somebody offer him

a drink. Drinks!


Your servants are very lazy.

Please, excuse me.

- Sorry. Sorry. .

You're so strange.

- Yeah but no drinks, nothing.

Look he's standing behind you.

- Hey, so late?

No. . no. .

Come. . come. .

Excuse me, sir.

We'll see the body.

Will I be able to. .

recognize the body?

Ranjit, you know what, minor

incidents aren't. . - Yeah.

Commissioner, sir! - But. .

- Commissioner, sir!

Kindly tell us, what the

iron incident was about?

The iron? Friend.

She's the only one

woman in my life.

Nobody else except her. Sorry.

No! No! I'm not talking

about a woman.

Iron ! Press.

That day, the whole morning

I kept ironing my uniform.

And I lost track of the time.

And when I noticed it. .

. . I came to know that I

was late by an hour, you. .

. . you won't believe it

but that day. .

. . that was the first

day of my duty.

All my seniors were

waiting for me.

Puri sir, walked straight up

to me, grabbed my collar. .

. . and dragged me to his cabin.

That day he rebuked me

so much. . so much. .

But yes. .

. . he changed my entire life.

Even after 40 years, I still

remember every word of his.

. . uttered by him on that day.

Jaya !

Jaya, do you still hold me. .

. . responsible for

Manav's death?

Shyam ! You've had quite a lot.

Let's go. - But. .

Excuse me, everyone.


I'm. . I'm really sorry, I. .

I blabbered too much under

intoxication. - Hey.

You're still thinking about it?

Shyam dear, it's not good

to think about the past.

0kay listen ! Forget about it.

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