Murder 2

Synopsis: Orphaned at a young age, former officer with Goa Police, Arjun Vishnu Bhaagwat, now lives alone, though he has a sweetheart in gorgeous model, Priya. Amidst reports of police extending their search for missing prostitutes, specifically the Caucasian daughter of a high-profile Russian Diplomat, Arjun is hired by a gangster, Sameer, and for a fee, must not only locate missing call-girls but also their abductor. Unable to get any clues, he than enlists the assistance of Sameer to recruit a bait, Reshma, who comes from an impoverished family, for the killer. Shortly thereafter Reshma goes missing, and Arjun loses contact with her. Guilt-ridden, he decides to use all possible resources to try and locate her before she herself becomes included in the official 'missing persons' list.
Genre: Action, Drama, Horror
Director(s): Mohit Suri
Production: Eros International
  1 nomination.
127 min

"I hope this night comes to a halt."

"I hope the conversation stops."

"In your arms."

"Desires have aroused

on the thirsty lips."

"I want to burn

myself in your desires."

"Come and embrace me today."

"Who knows what will

happen tomorrow?"

"Come a little closer."

"We have fortunately

got these moments."

"Come a little closer."

"We have fortunately

got these moments."

"Let's live them."

"Forgetting this world..."

"...let's be with

each other all night."

"We are companions for

a few moments."

"Both of us are here now..."

"...but we don't know where

we might be in the morning."

"Come and engross yourself in me."

"Who knows what will

happen tomorrow?"

"Come a little closer."

"We have fortunately

got these moments."

"Come a little closer."

"We have fortunately

got these moments."


"We have fortunately

got these moments."

"Let's live them."

"I hope this night comes to a halt."

"In your arms."


Merry Christmas.

It's good that you put

marble on your family's grave.

Yes. But it's futile.

People would walk over it.

People have no

respect for living or dead.

No respect.

Yes, Daniel. Tell me.

- Boss.

Did you get the parcel?

- The foreigner is being fussy.

He is not paying. There

seems to be a problem.

All right. I am coming.

What are you doing?

Tell him what I am saying.

No, Arjun. Arjun, do you

want to kill him?

Tell this idiot...

- Arjun, let go of him.

That he is a scoundrel.

He shouldn't mess with me. He

shouldn't try to usurp my goods.

Or else people will say that

there used to be a scoundrel.

Because I will kill him.

I will kick him out of

this country in such a way...

...that he won't even think

about coming back to this country.

Tell him!

Thank you.

Super. Super. Amazing. Amazing.

Very good. Very good.

Wow! What a scene.

Why don't you try

acting in Hindi films?

Because I charge a lot.

It's not easy to afford me.

Who knows that better than me?

Then talk to the point and leave.

Hey, hero. Don't try

to act smart with me.

Or else I pop your eyes out

and stitch them to your shirt.

I know that your father had

a shop in a red light area.

He would stitch blouses

for girls for Rs. 20 each.

Are you trying to be funny?

Can we come to the point?

- This one.

This one.

See this.

It's been 20 days.

And see this one. This

girl's name is Jyoti.

She had gone to a man yesterday,

but hasn't come back yet.

There's no news of anyone.

And seeing these people, even

the other girls are refusing to go.

Someone has cast an evil eye.

Someone has cast an

evil eye on my business.

That too during these days.

During holidays.

Christmas and New Year.

When girls are highly demanded,

they are not ready to go.

So, your girls are

disappearing one by one. - Yes.

And you want me to find them.

- Yes.

And also the man who is

kidnapping them. - Absolutely.

I had called for eight girls

from Mumbai a few days back.

Four of them have gone missing.

But your hired

henchmen can also do this.

Then why me?

- You are a working policeman.

You work even during holidays.

You make money.

It's my necessity to work

during the last days of the year.

You won't understand.

And I am not a policeman. I was.


How does that matter?

You have just lost yourjob.

But the policeman

within you still exists.

There are many people within me.

I do all the bad things in the

world besides dealing in women.

Anyway, did you lodge a

complaint with the police?

Do you want to get me in trouble?

If I had to take their help,

then why would I call you here?

What if they frame me?

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Mahesh Bhatt

Mahesh Bhatt (born 20 September 1948) is an Indian film director, producer and screenwriter known for his works exclusively in Hindi cinema. A stand-out film from his earlier period is Saaransh (1984), screened at the 14th Moscow International Film Festival. It became India's official entry for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film for that year. The 1986 film Naam was his first piece of commercial cinema. In 1987, he turned producer with the film Kabzaa under the banner, "Vishesh Films", with his brother Mukesh Bhatt. Bhatt went on to become one of the most recognized directors of the Indian film industry in the next decade, giving both art-house works such as Daddy (1989) and Swayam (1991), as well as commercial romantic hits like Awaargi (1990), Aashiqui (1990) and Dil Hai Ki Manta Nahin (1991), in which he cast Pooja with actor Aamir Khan. He next directed Sadak (1991) which remains his highest grossing either directed or produced under the banner, "Vishesh Films". During the 1990s Bhatt won critical acclaim for Sir (1993), along with other hits such as Gumraah (1993) and Criminal (1994). In 1994 he won the National Film Award – Special Jury Award for directing Hum Hain Rahi Pyar Ke (1993). In 1999, he directed the autobiographical Zakhm, which has garnered the Nargis Dutt Award for Best Feature Film on National Integration. Bhatt has produced contemporary films such as Jism, Murder and Woh Lamhe. He co-owns film producing company Vishesh Films with his brother Mukesh Bhatt. more…

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