Synopsis: When India's top batsman Viraj goes missing in Middle East, two cops Kabir Shergill and Junaid Ansari from either side of Arabian Sea team for a 36-hours man hunt before the final match between India and Pakistan.
Director(s): Rohit Dhawan
Production: Nadiadwala Grandson Entertainment
  1 win & 1 nomination.
Rotten Tomatoes:
124 min

Saeed, tell me what you see.

Saeed, did you find him?

Viraj is not here.

Only his jacket's here.

I think we've lost him.

An average of 86 and a strike rate of 155.

If anybody can help India clinch

the victory, it's this player.

Viraj Sharma.

Has it got the distance?

Yes, it has! Six for Viraj, six for India!

Can't help but get reminded

of Sachin Tendulkar.. the 1998 Coca Cola

Cup at this very venue.

Now five runs required of just two balls.

This is gonna be another one of

those Viraj Sharma specials.

There's a fielder in the deep, Viraj

needs to keep strike to himself.

He's challenging the fielder,

challenging his arm.

It's going to be tight. It is tight.

Umpire signals upstairs.

Third umpire it is now.


Is he in? Just about it seems.

Viraj Sharma isn't getting up.

I think we've got a problem here.

And it looks very much like

he's in a lot of pain.

I think that he jammed his

shoulder due to the dive.

Look at that right arm. There's a

problem there, he's struggling.

Viraj is walking off the field.

This is bad news for India.

This is India's last wicket.

If Viraj doesn't return..

..then Sri Lanka will move into

the finals and play Pakistan.

- It's paining really bad though.

- What happened?

My shoulder.. I think it's dislocated.

We'll inform them that you can't play.

Give me a minute, sir.

This happened to me during

the under-19 world cup too.

I think I can fix this.

Don't be stupid, Viraj.

Your career is at stake.

Give me the bat.

Even an injury can't keep

Viraj away from cricket.

This is the mark of a true champion.

So here it is, the final ball

that decides everything.

That's a switch hit. Oh yes!

What a shot, what a player, what a match!

Winning a lost match has

become Viraj's habit off late.

I guess that's why they call him Mr.


So there it is. Exactly after 48 hours..

..India will clash against

Pakistan in the final.


That's it from us.

We'll see you at the Sheikh

Hamza stadium. Goodnight.

- C'mon!

- Well played!

C'mon, boys! Faster! Faster! Faster, guys!

- Viraj is not in his room.

- Must be having breakfast.

No, sir. His bed is untouched as well.

As if he didn't return to the room.

Did you try calling him? -His

phone is unreachable, sir.

Since when?

Haven't spoken to him since last night.

Tell me something, does he

often break curfew rules?

In fact, he never does it. He's

one of our most disciplined boys.

That's why I'm even more worried.

Even his phone is switched off.

That's strange, this has

never happened before.

Have you spoken to Viraj's family?

His father spoke to him

yesterday, after the game.

India plays Pakistan in 36 hours.

No one should get a whiff of this.

This news can cause riots.

So ma'am, what's our next step?

Whether it's Viraj Sharma or a substitute..

..we're responsible for the

safety of the whole team.

Bring back the whole

team on the next flight.

We'll have to cancel the finals.

Connect me to their

foreign affairs minister.

Yes, ma'am.

Pakistan.. Pakistan..

Pakistan.. Pakistan..


This is for the governments

of India and the Gulf states.

Since you don't know me, consider me a fan.

Don't even bother to find me,

I'm not from your country.

Anyway, listen carefully now.

I don't want any money or ransom.

This is just..

..for the love of my cricket team.

A small request.

The final match..

..will be played without this Viraj Sharma.

I'll send him home after that.

God forbid, if I come to know that..

..the final match is cancelled..

If the final is cancelled..

..I'll kill him.

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