Bombay To Bangkok

Synopsis: Chef Shankar Bhatawdekar lives a middle-classed lifestyle in Mumbai along with his widowed mom. After an encounter with a gangster named Khan, who finds out that Shankar has stolen a valuable item that belonged to his son, Jamal, sends Shankar fleeing to Bangkok, Thailand, along with a team of medical professionals. He manages to conceal the item amongst medical supplies, and poses as a medical professional himself. He blunders his way as a medico, arousing suspicion, especially by Dr. Rati, compounded by the arrival of Khan's son, Jamal, and his romance with Jasmine, a volunteer and a part-time masseuse, She, too, is attracted to him - without knowing that this attraction will soon get her arrested by the Thai Police, leaving Shankar virtually between a rock and a hard place - he must now decide to return to India and be killed by Khan, or stay on in Bangkok and be arrested - this time for theft of medical supplies.
120 min


I am.

Shankar Singh

A cook in a nice restaurant.

SimpIe straight Iife.

No probIems at aII.

where am I sneaking out

in the middIe of the night.


- Money

There had been a mishap Iast night.

Life was going on normaI.

But you can't get away from the greed.

I found a bag in restaurant.

I found money in that.

weakness of a moment.

Just a moment.

I took it without thinking anything.

And my fate was changed

at that moment.

You must be thinking, how?

Do you know who's money that was?

The biggest don of Bombay...

Khan Seth.

The thief wiII definiteIy come

back to get his stuff.

we wiII keep an eye

of each way.

You go there and

you go there.


Come here.

Thanks dude.

Turn off the Iights.

They're stiII outside.

Didn't I teII you, he'd come.

I thought you were my friend.

Sorry dude, I have onIy one

friend... Money.

You stoIe something from me.

And damaged my reputation

I can't spare you.

Are you Ieaving for somewhere?

what are you Iooking at time for?

PIease come on time today.

Even God won't be abIe to save you

from me.

You don't have anyone but...

PIease come on time today.


Boss that's wasn't good.

I know.

Come on.

My rap isn't that bad.

I swear, I don't know where's

he going to?

He Ieft in hurry, didn't

even say good bye.

But he Ieft his ticket to Dubai.

Has Shankar come here?

He sIipped from us.

He headed this way.

He wiII definiteIy come.

I'm the Ieader of this team.

I'm thankfuI to aII of you doctors.

That you're giving your time

to serve other peopIe.

You aII beIong to different states.

You don't know each other so go

ahead and introduce yourseIves.

we are waiting for Dr. Bhatt.

Seems he foIIows Indian standard time.

we are getting Iate.

So Dr. Banna, pIease start.

I'm Dr. Moti Banna from Jodhpur.

Dr. Bhatt..

- Yes.

Come pIease.

Everyone's waiting for you.

But I had to go inside..

You know doctors,

they're aIways confused.

Come, pIease.

I'm teIIing you.

PIease come.

why is it too dark here?

what are you afraid of?

I'm here with you.

Come here





- Yes sir.

Load this box first.

How Iong this fIight wiII be?

About 4 hours.

I'm Dr. Bhatt.

Dr. Bhatt, it's good that you came.


Meet everyone on the bus.

ActuaIIy I Ieft my ticket..

There's no need for the ticket.

we're going through a charter

fIight of Indian AirIine.


Let's go.

Bye Bombay

God wiIIing, we'II meet again.

Khan Seth is coming

Earrings are 12

So many neckIaces.

BangIes are 4


Looks my Iast year's income was

spent on this body aIone.

And what's this?

Jam K.

How nice name I gave you?

JamaI Khan

what's the use?

I wished for a son and got

this wonder.

who wears more jeweIry then

a newIy wedded bride.

where's that cook?

Don't teII me that he sIipped

from your hands.

He wouId have been cut in peaces.

He must've been trapped

if that pIanned hadn't come.

He had a ticket to Dubai.

He never caught that fIight.

He ran away somewhere eIse.

I'II find him.

There's onIy one end if someone

tries to steaI from me.

That's death.

If you don't come back with his dead body...

Then don't come back at aII.

where am I stuck now?

where's that box now?

Now I'II have to go to there

medicaI camp to find the box.

I thought I wouId go and see

the city of Bangkok.

Now I have to go where

their camp is.

what's the name of that pIace?

Ghao Yayi something.

Don't know what that pIace is.

My friend has given his

resort for our camp.

we'II rest today and start

our work from morning.


I have wondering when you'II

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Nagesh Kukunoor

Nagesh Kukunoor (Telugu: నాాగేశ్ కుకునూర్) (born 30 March 1967) is an Indian film director, producer, screenwriter and actor known for his works predominantly in Bollywood. He is known for his works in parallel cinema, such as Hyderabad Blues (1998), Rockford (1999), Iqbal (2005), Dor (2006), Aashayein (2010), Lakshmi (2014), and Dhanak (2016). Kukunoor has received seven International Awards, and two National Film Awards for his works.In 2003, he directed 3 Deewarein, which was showcased among the Indian panorama section, at the 2003 International Film Festival of India. The film was also premiered at the Kolkata Film Festival. After having been screened at the Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles, where it was well received, the film was screened at the Commonwealth Festival at Manchester, it was nominated as one of the top five films, at the gala presentation. Nagesh Kukunoor has also received the Filmfare Award for Best Story.In 2006, he garnered the National Film Award for Best Film on Other Social Issues, for directing Iqbal. In 2014, he received the Mercedes Benz Audience Award, for Best Narrative at the Palm Springs International Film Festival for Lakshmi. In 2015 he directed the road movie, Dhanak, which won the Crystal Bear Grand Prix for Best Children's Film, and Special Mention for the Best Feature Film by The Children's Jury for Generation Kplus at the 65th Berlin International Film Festival. The film has also garnered the Best Film Award in the main category-Children's Feature Film Competition-Cinema in Sneakers (film festival), and the Best Film Award - at the Montreal International Children's Film Festival (FIFEM). The film has garnered the National Film Award for Best Children's Film for 2016. more…

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