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Ronnie is serving in the Indian army.He gets a call from his former lover Neha as she is clueless about her missing daughter.Upon reaching Goa Ronnie sees that Neha is very disturbed by the event and cops are not taking the missing case seriously. Ronnie then starts his own investigation and finds that there is no truth in Neha's story as such thing never happened. But Neha is adamant that her daughter has been kidnapped.Written by
Ganesh Acharya who was a background dancer then behind Madhuri Dixit in original song Ek Do Teen from Tezaab 1988 choreographed the re created version for the film. See more »
When Tiger sees the dupatta of Disha falling its already half way down but when he catches it it's in the same length as them. See more »
In advance of it's UK classification, The distribution company (Fox Star Hindi) removed around a minutes worth of material from the version shown in UK cinemas. These changes were self-imposed presumably to avoid their being any censorship problems in obtaining a 12A classification. The affected material occurs across four different scenes. These following scenes are the ones affected (spoiler warning) during the police station fight a shot of Ronnie punching out the tooth of a corrupt officer out was removed along with heavier blows throughout the fight, sight of Sunny preparing and snorting cocaine was removed, sight of Asman's arms and legs being broken by thugs as he is tortured was removed along with the following fight between Ronnie and the thugs which is missing shots of strong blows and sight of Ronnie breaking a thugs arms and legs as he lies on the ground, the climatic fight also removed a detailed arm-break and sight of Ronnie's blood smearing against a wall. Following these self-imposed changes the film faced no censorship problems in the UK and was passed '12A' uncut. This already censored version of the film was also the same version released into Irish cinemas however the overall category was classified at 15A due to a stricter approach towards violence. See more »
This movie should not have been made.The only thing good about this movie is Manoj Vajpayee & Randeep Hooda got some money... Tiger Shroff please leave film industry... Start with theatre,even my college theatre artists act better..
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