After killing his mentor, a gangster comes into power to rule over Mumbai. In the process he falls for an aspiring actress, nevertheless he finds that his protege has fallen for her too which leads to enmity between them.
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Ravishing Jia A. Yashvardhan lives a very wealthy, though lonely, lifestyle in India with her widowed father Industrialist, A.J. Yashvardhan. In a bid to augment his business, he arranges ... See full summary »
The story of Shoaib, an underworld don who came to power by killing his mentor and has extended his kingdom with the help of his best friend, Javed, and his former lover, Mumtaz. While visiting the area where he grew up, he meets Aslam, who becomes his accomplice.Written by
Milan Lutharia was unwell during the shoot and couldn't shoot for 3 days.He requested Akshay Kumar to shoot on consecutive Sundays to cover the lost time.Akshay Kumar had stopped working on Sunday's after Bhaagam Bhaag 2006. See more »
(at around 21 mins) During the chase of the taxi(s), straight after Shoaib returns back to Bombay, a couple of two wheelers - a red scooter and a bike are seen with the new licence plate design of black letters over white background, which was first introduced in the year 2000. See more »
Nothing works for this film. Be it the casting, direction, music, editing etc. Milan Luthria just sleepwalked through this film, thinking that he need not pay much attention to the technical aspects of OUATIMD because the prequel was a hit. What worked for OUATIM was the fact that it had the superb combo of Ajay Devgn and Emraan Hashmi who looked more the part of gangsters than the total mockery that Akshay Kumar and the novice Imran Khan make of their roles as gangsters. Akshay Kumar shows that he's effective in delivering punchlines and one-liners in a movie and that's about it! He just doesn't seem to be getting under the skin of a bad guy. Never expected this kind of stuff from him. He did a much better job as a villain in Ajnabee 12 years ago. Imran Khan looks raw with his urbane looks to match the part of a small time crook. Sonakshi Sinha, well I was already having doubts about her acting capabilities and with this movie, I was proved right. She's only in Bollywood because of her filmi lineage (being the daughter of Shatrughan Sinha) and that's about it! The first half is incredibly boring while the second half seems to be picking up the momentum but goes slow at some point. The music is pathetic! Overall, a poor show which is not worth the wait! I thank the makers of this film for deciding not to release OUATIMD with the super successful Chennai Express. Otherwise, it would have faced an even more tough competition.
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