Baabarr

Synopsis: Born in violent Amanganj, Uttar Pradesh, Mohammad Baabarr Qureshi watches his eldest brother go to jail for killing Kale Pahelwan. He watches and learns from his other brothers, seriously injures another boy, and after acquiring a gun, kills the boy's father. He grows up to be a much-feared gangster in an area where the police themselves fear to venture. While S.P. Mrityujain Dwivedi would like to arrest him, he holds back and instead encourages Baabarr's rival, Tabrez Alam, to gain more ground and enter into an open conflict with the former. Things escalate to such an extent that Baabarr is forced to flee to his wife, Afreen, in Kolkata, where he is eventually traced and brought before the courts. This is where the Uttar Pradesh police will experience frustration when the court holds Baabarr in judicial custody forbidding the police to even lay a hand on him. With over 200 incidents, virtually no witnesses nor evidence to tie him to any crime, it does look as if Baabaar, who has acqui
Genre: Action, Crime, Drama
Director(s): Ashu Trikha
Production: Ridhi Sidhi Films
 
IMDB:
5.2
Year:
2009
180 min
33 Views

India's biggest state,

Uttar Pradesh.

In this most popuIated

state of India...

everything is in excess.

There is a Iot of richness,

and a Iot of poverty.

There is a Iot of honesty,

and a Iot of cheating too.

DayIight crimes is

commonpIace in this state.

There's onIy one ruIe here;

the one who has power, ruIes.

PoIitics was born here.

Every city here has

its own identity.

City of factories,

Ieather, shoes...

purses, utensiIs, toys for

chiIdren, and eIders too.

SmeII any amateur or professionaI

criminaI, bandit, sharp shooter...

or highway thief's gun carefuIIy.

You wiII get the smeII of

some street of this pIace.

One such street is Amanganj.

BeteI Ieaf and tobacco stains

and urine sprays on waIIs...

denote the cuIture here.

There are more arms in every home

than there are chairs to sit.

The more buIIets one has,

the more buIIying he does.

A vote bank of 1200000.

No party wants to

controI things here.

Everyone is happy. Everyone

thinks everything is systematic.

When man makes his own system,

he is most happiest.

There are factories here that

produce not products,but criminaIs.

- Aunt, save me!

- Just you wait!

Where are you running away?

Stop!

- What happened, chiId?

- Babbad is beating me.

I'II kiII you if

you caII me Babbad.

Mother, teII her not

to caII me Babbad.

She is stiII smaII,

so she pronounces r' as d'.

- I'II puII out your tongue!

- Hey!

Look mother, despite warning

her, she is teasing me.

How Iong before dinner

wiII be ready, Kammo?

It's aImost ready, mother.

BaIIi, BabIu, come.

- Coming mother.

Come BaIIi, sit.

Just give me a gIass of water.

Happy birthday to you!

- Happy birthday.

Hey Chhutki, it's not your

parents birthday today.

It's their wedding anniversary.

You see that, mother.

They don't teach right in schooIs.

Stop her going

to schooI from tomorrow.

ChiId, give me a

piece of cake too.

Mother, eat the whoIe cake.

Go Chhutki, give it to mother.

BaIIi, you are not saying

anything today.

Cat got your tongue?

What to do?

No one Iistens to me.

So it is better to remain siIent.

Why do you aIways say such things

then? - I say what I see.

I'd say, whenever you see a wiId

dog, you must change your path.

How many paths wiII we change?

They are present in every street.

The onIy soIution is to pick

a stick and break their heads.

How many wiII you kiII?

KiII one and aII the

others wiII reaIise!

Or we are Iosing the shop today.

Tomorrow, we'II be Ieft homeIess.

So what shouId we do? Join them?

ShouId we pick up guns,

resort to bIoodshed?

We wiII have to do it, or peopIe

Iike KaIe PaheIwan...

wiII make our Iives difficuIt.

You think KaIe PaheIwan is aIone?

He has a whoIe team.

So what? Even we are six brothers.

Take mister.

- Thank you.

Good day.

- Good day.

Greetings Sarfaraz.

- Great! AsIam Katta is here.

How are you, AsIam.

I'm seeing you after a Iong time.

My arms business is such.

I keep coming and going.

I've come onIy ten days back.

Why? You had gone out somewhere?

- No, I'd gone in.

Kid, go and get tea. Quick.

That too, in my way?

- I'm sorry.

Is there a probIem, Sarfaraz?

- No, it's nothing.

Imtiaz, you teII me.

- He's KaIe PaheIwan.

He is eying our shop

since many days.

That's no issue. Want us

to settIe things right now?

No, don't do anything Iike that.

It's our personaI matter,

we wiII sort it out.

You don't interfere.

Why are you staring at me?

Are you new here?

KaIe, don't teII them anything,

they are my guests.

Who are you? Why don't you speak?

Keep your hands away.

- Or what wiII you do?

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Ikram Akhtar (born 20 April 1970) is an Indian film writer working in Bollywood. He started his Bollywood career as an Assistant Writer working for Anees Bazmee. more…

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