Star Cast: Salman Khan, Aayush Sharma, Mahesh Manjrejkar, Sachin Khedekar, Mahima Makwana
Director: Mahesh Manjrekar
What’s Bad: Like an unprepared yet sincere student, it only copies to get passing marks & not aim at scoring distinction
Loo Break: Take one only if you want to meet Salman fans outside who thought this would be more about Bhai & less about his Bhai-in-law!
Watch or Not?: The only scenario I’d recommend you to watch this is if you desperately want a theatre experience after the long break (If not, wait for ’83 or re/watch Mulshi Pattern)
Available On: Theatrical Release
Runtime: 150 Minutes
Making a name for himself, Rahul begins to lose his loved ones to the beast in which he was turning. He then confronts Rajveer’s smart police officer who tries to eliminate him by staying within the ‘inappropriate’ limits of the law. Rajveer plays with the ego of different criminal gangs so that they can clash with each other. This strategy, albeit half-baked, helps him to clean up the corrupt lies spread by deceitful villains like Rahul.
It begins with a voiceover by Inspector Rajveer Singh (Salman Khan) which sheds light on how many peasants were forced to sell their land at cheap prices to influential and powerful people. One such farmer is Sakharam Patil (Sachin Khedekar)
Who loses his farm job, which he sold to a rich businessman?
instilsEveryone said and did, I will not find it easy to suggest to anyone in a world where multi-pattern exists. Even as a standalone project, it will stand alone rather than walk and roar as its Marathi counterpart. a sense of revenge in Sakharam’s son Rahul (Ayush Sharma) who then joins the Pune criminal gang led by Nania Bhai (Upendra Limaye).