A pair of bodyguards for a politician find their positions under threat when their employer is implicated in a scandal. Fleeing to Mumbai they find work with a gangster, but also find that the police are onto them.
A man takes his thoroughly-British daughter to his home country, India. There, he arranges her marriage to someone she considers a fool. The daughter attempts to outwit them, but the groom quietly and patiently hatches his own plan.
Orphaned, lonely and neglected Aditya grows up in Great Britain, living with his abusive aunt and cousin, Rajesh, and the abuse grows worse after the passing of his uncle. Aditya will soon find out that he is not alone in this world - he has a mother, Rani Jayati; a sweetheart in Sonia; he is watched by angels; and he also has a virtually indestructible arch-enemy - Riz Raizada, who had killed his father, the legendary Drona, to secure the secret of the Amrit Manthan - and is now all set to kill the Rani as well as Aditya himself.Written by
Action coordinator Sham Kaushal studied traditional Indian martial arts like Gatka (adapted by the Sikhs), Kalaripayat (developed by the Malayalams) and Chhau (originating in West Bengal) for incorporation into the film's skirmishes. See more »
I totally disagree with the earlier comment made about the movie. I think its probably by one of the movie promoters. Drona is easily one of the worst movies in Indian history. I would never downgrade a movie but in this instance I feel obliged to save other people from watching an awfully terrible movie that lacks originality. From Harry Potter and Lord of the Rings to Heath Ledger role in Batman. They have copied everything and in the end come up with the worst movie. Even the music is pain to the ears, the location crap, the computer graphics too fake, the costumes a shame to the Indian film industry and finally an acting worst than first time auditions.
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