Synopsis: Mallik is a henchman of Aslam Bhai, a Mumbai underworld kingpin. He inducts local hothead Chandu into the gang, and the two of them soon form a formidable faction within the gang, eventually displacing Aslam. As the empire grows, however, the two of them start drifting apart.
Genre: Action, Crime, Drama
Director(s): Ram Gopal Varma
Production: Image Entertainment
  16 wins & 10 nominations.
155 min

Whatever you say...

everything one does in life

is for a profit

This business is done

for a profit too

Without paying taxes

or keeping accounts

"Because this business is run on fear,

not paperwork"

Anyone wishing to enrol

can enlist

But he can't pull out

"And most importantly, anyone

breaking our rules..."

is broken down

"Friendship, respect, loyalty...

everything has but one goal"


And profits there will be

"This way, or that..."

any which way

"Namaskar, this is Sumit Awasthi.

Welcome to "Aajtak"

The headlines

Few people know that the hawk

is a very patient bird

"Once it sights its victim,

not an hour, not a day..."

the hawk flies in the skies

for a week and a month

Till it is the right time

And when the time arrives...

"even before you can blink,

the victim has been grabbed"

Even if it is in a crowded city

Malik used to run an import-export

business in those days

But that was only a front

He was actually a special member

of the Aslam Ali gang

His proximity with Ali caused heartburn

among the older members of the gang

They were close because Malik

had used his intelligence...

to spread the tentacles

of the gang

So much so that they were in

the need of many new members

It was during this that

Malik first met Chandu

Will you work for me?

- That's what I'm here for

How much do you want?

- You called me here. So you tell me

for your companions

We make that much anyway. So what's

the use of working for you?

Know what it means to join

Aslambhai's gang?

We're not into petty stuff

We're into big time

Anyone can be bumped off

at any time

Are you scared of death?

- I'm scared of nothing

All right. You get 20

and they get 10

That's it

Discuss the rest with panditji

May I go?

Useful guy

"Joseph, get the car out"

"Useful guy? He talked back

at you, Malikbhai"

He's terribly arrogant

He's arrogant because he knows

he's useful

What the?

"Chandubhai, I thought you had

gone off your rocker"

"The way you spoke to Malikbhai,

I thought we were all dead men"

I don't care for him

"Malik's an okay guy. But that guy

who fingered me, the bastard!"

"He's Yadav.

- Whoever he is, to hell with him"

I felt like stuffing a knife in

his ass and pulling out his guts

"Cool it, I say"

"We haven't even started working,

and he's already playing hero"

Want to see what a hero I am?

- Sit down. Sit

Listen to me carefully.

Days when we joked are past

"If you want to break into big time,

stop prancing like kids"

Or you'll be blown away

before your time

"Chandu, where's the need for us

to work under someone?"

"Look, nobody works under anybody"

They need us. And we need them

We want to do something big and

only they have big jobs in the city

The job is of course theirs.

But we name the price

Who is it that said we don't

need to think too much?

"So long as we are all together,

we'll take them all as they come"

"Pappu, why're you sitting

with your lips sealed?"

What will I say? I'll just do

as you say. What Warsi?

Yes... but I'm not sparing

that bloody midget

"There he goes again. Somebody

label him "Crackpot Dagdi Warsi"

What did you call me?

You call me a crackpot?

Out of my way!

"Sit down... you sit, too"

What is it? What're you watching?

Sit down. Sit!

It's very late. She must be

sitting with her claws out for me

Go home now. And go straight home.

- Sure

You take this for a hotel

you can come anytime to?

"Open the door, Ma.

- Where were you?"

I've returned before midnight.

So don't nag me now

Big favour he has done to me.

He will eat. At midnight

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