Mumbai-based Nandkumar Sharma is a high-priced hit-man. He is paid a princely 1.5 Crore Rupees to injure Anna Mhatre, so that the later can get enough 'sympathy' votes to get him elected as the next Chief Minister, but ends up killing him. On the run from the Police, he ends up assuming the guise of Hoshiyarpur's Puran Singh, who has been away from home for the last 18 years, and does succeed in fooling Puran's joint family. But his hopes for settling there appear to be in vain with the arrival of a CBI Team, led by Inspector Mahendra Kumar Rane - who is determined to expose and arrest Nandkumar at any and all costs.
Zack F (es) wrote: For an hour Footnote is able to be intelligently thoughtful on intellectual competitiveness and father-son relationships while still entertaining, but for the last half hour the depth gets lost in strange stylistic turns.
Steve D (br) wrote: Typical Wilson character. this one was unwatchable
Matt B (it) wrote: Melinda and Melinda is clever for the way it celebrates Woody Allen's ability to do comedy and drama (even though it's far from great).
Timothy M (gb) wrote: Jeremy Irons is great in this. Pretty good flick, though the last ten minutes kind of left me cold.
Sammy M (br) wrote: So Undercover is a watchable film but fails to reach it's potential because of the bad acting and crappy script. 2.5\5 Okay.