Zila Ghaziabad

Synopsis: In the city of Ghaziabad, gang war breaks between two rival groups led by Satbir Singh and Fauji. Thakur Pritam Singh, a corrupt police officer, is transferred to the city to handle the situation.
Director(s): Anand Kumar
Production: Showcase Bollywood Ltd
 
IMDB:
3.6
UNRATED
Year:
2013
142 min
202 Views


Hey man, get up.

Can't you hear? - Are you deaf?

Kick his butt.

Then he'll understand.

Have you reserved the seat?

Quiet! Boss is sleeping.

Fauji Bhai's back.

I'm coming.

"I broke the tip-cat."

"Threw the marbles."

"I broke the tip-cat."

"Threw the marbles."

"And took up the gun."

"I broke the tip-cat."

"Threw the marbles."

"And took up the gun."

"I roar, I snarl,

but can't be over-powered."

"I sing,

dance, lock horns for no reason."

"I come first,

the rest come later."

"This is district Ghaziabad."

"This is district Ghaziabad."

"I sing,

dance, lock horns for no reason."

"I come first,

the rest come later."

"This is district Ghaziabad."

"This is district Ghaziabad."

"Blood splatters.."

"Blood splatters are common

like colours in festival."

"The river runs red with blood."

"Just like the bull

tramples the fields."

"My actions are fearless."

"My actions are fearless."

"I scratch my foot with a knife."

"Rumbles, thunders and

rains acid from the clouds."

"I sing,

dance, lock horns for no reason."

"I come first,

the rest come later."

"This is district Ghaziabad."

"This is district Ghaziabad."

Is this enough or should

I get more from the car?

"This is district Ghaziabad."

"This is district Ghaziabad."

At least return our guns.

We'll leave our jobs.

One thing, brother.

Do men and women stay together?

Why would I come back if they did?

Gandhiji's first principle

is 'non-violence'.

"What bullets can't achieve,

sweet talks can."

Repeat after me.

"What bullets can't achieve,

sweet talks can!"

Very good!

Rahul.

Boy. What mischief were you up to.

Sorry, uncle.

Uncle at home, but at school..

- Oops. Master.

Concentrate.

Children.

I want every child

of my class to study hard.

I want you to carve

a niche for yourselves..

..so that the entire

country says proudly..

"He's from District Ghaziabad.

We'll do it, Master.

- That's more like it.

Ut seems uncle Sonpal was

watching English film at night.

First pull it in

then let the smoke out.

What the..

What's going on?

Brother, this..

This isn't mine.

Omi, here's your cigarette.

I don't want it.

It's not mine.

How dare you force

us to smoke? - Yes.

They're teaching us bad habits,

brother.

But, Omveer..

Do you want a slap?

Run!

Goodbye, brother!

It wasn't me, brother!

It's not my fault.

I know who ordered the cigarettes.

Listen to me, both of you.

If I ever catch you two

smoking again.. - No, brother.

I will break your legs.

Never. Never again.

Forgive us.

Fine, I forgive you.

Those rascals ran away. - Yes.

Satbeer. - Yes.

Why don't you move to Delhi?

You're well educated.

You'll make some good money.

Why don't you think

about your future?

No, brother.

I want to stay here.

And mend the future of my village.

If you don't bring the remote-

controlled car for me this time..

..I won't talk to you.

I see.

I promise, whether your

father returns or not..

..but you'll surely get your car.

Okay?

My son, I can just eat you.

Go to your mother.

Aye, General.

Mother. - Bless you.

Look after yourself.

Mother, there's no reason to worry.

Look after mother. - Yes, mother.

One more thing. - Yes.

No more cigarettes. - No. Brother..

It wasn't me..

Yes, yes. I know.

Hello!

Master, the president's

called for you.

Fine.

Tell him I'll be right there.

Okay.

Listen.

Why has the chairman called you?

- Don't know, brother.

Maybe he wants some legal advice.

Look, keep a distance from

this chairman. - Yes, brother.

Take care.

Mother.

Raise your hands.

Do I have to tell you separately?

They're really ashamed

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