Inspector Shiv Nath is a honest and diligent police officer in Bombay, and lives with his wife, Radha, and a young son, Arjun. While making several arrests in connection with counterfeit money and drugs, he comes to know that his close friend, Karamchand is also involved in this racket. Before he could take any action, he himself is arrested by the police for possession of fake money and drugs, and sentenced to a jail term, but he escapes and his whereabouts are unknown. Radha loses her mind and is institutionalized, while Arjun takes to petty crime and on reaching adult-hood is the Don of the area known and feared as "Dus Numbri".
Writer:Shahid Akberpuri (assistant dialogue), Dhruva Chatterjee (screenplay), S. Ali Raza (dialogue), S. Ali Raza (story)
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Jon M (ca) wrote: Good to see Marc Singer (of Beastmaster and V fame) and Brian Johnson (remember him from Alien Nation and X Files) again. Story was average and special effects sub par.
Anthony S (mx) wrote: It's really stupid but it had me in stitches from the beginning. I've watched it loads. Love it
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Poca P (kr) wrote: It does not show her life completly but it's pretty good movie for those sho know her , and her life...how ever i expect something else ...
Sultan A (mx) wrote: Cheesy. In the best way possible.
Tyler R (gb) wrote: It wasn't very good. The plot was stupid and was very predictable. It wasn't very hilarious but had some laughs. Had great actors but didn't help make the movie any better. Pass on this one.