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Times of India
Raja (Gashmeer) is Mansoor Ali’s (Ronit) right-hand man who wrongs him by falling in love with Shruti (Reecha) and losing focus in the killing field.
A lot of intriguing stories have come out of Dongri: from Haji Mastan’s to Dawood Ibrahim’s. The story of this movie, however, does not fall under that category.
Mansoor Ali (Ronit Roy) is Dongri’s overlord. Raja (Gashmeer Mahajani), his underling, is supposed to be your regular gangster-movie sharp shooter who thinks with his gun. Until he spots Shruti (Reecha Sinha) and the four-valved organ in his chest suddenly comes to life.
Love blossoms among other underworld cliches, and Mansoor Ali gets wind of the shiny thing distracting his one-man army. The lovers must now - you guessed it - run away in order to live happily ever after.
It is not so much the predictability of the story, but the laziness in storytelling that gets to you. The corrupt cop unleashes terror, the straitlaced one is helpless, the mother watches in silence and the don does the Sarkar hand gesture every once in a while. A devotional song plays when someone’s hospitalized, and the bulb outside the Operation Theatre lights up; the hero celebrates his kills with a Sunny Leone item song as heroes do.
Every character seems to be a dialogue writer and you end up confused as to whether you're in a movie or a mushaira. A half-decent twist comes too late in the story to salvage all that's gone south.
Ronit Roy pulls off this role on auto-pilot mode. Whereas Ashmit Patel’s performance has a fair amount of turbulences. Debutants Gashmeer and Reecha have also not had the smoothest of take-offs.
To give it a little credit, the movie has a surprising feministic subtext in the love story but it gets diluted quickly. And all you’re left with are dozens and dozens of cat-and-mouse chases.
Best case scenario: you get a decent Ronit Roy performance. Don’t kill yourself over this.
Ashmit Patel had a severe eye injury during the shoot of the film
Gashmeer had high fever when he shot for a romantic scene in the film
Gashmeer Mahajani is the son of veteran Marathi actor Ravindra Mahajani
Mansoor Ali is the don of Dongri and his closest confidant Raja, is popularly known as the Sharp Shooter in the mafia clan.
One day Raja spots Shruti and falls in love with her. His liking towards Shruti distracts him from his work, which has not gone down well with Mansoor as he sees his best man at work slipping away. Meanwhile Raja finds supports from his mother Rukhsaar, who helps him elope with Shruti.
Just minutes before their marriage at a temple, arrives Shruti's brother inspector Siddhant Prabhu who reveals that Shruti had been playing Raja all along and faking love. On Raja's confession of his murders, Shruti reveals that she had used him as bait and it was all a set up to track him down. Raja gets arrested. Meanwhile Mansoor learns about Raja's arrest.
Rukhsaar finally decides to help Raja and meets Shruti where she convinces her that Raja's love had always been genuine irrespective of her intensions. Shruti on realising her mistake decides to destroy all the evidences that were collected by the police against Raja and helps him escape from the jail. While on a run from the police and Mansoor, in a confrontation, Siddhant shoots Raja.
GOOFS In a temple scene, the police runs from the road into the temple to arrest Raja, but seconds later, in a wide shot, we see that all police officers have removed their shoes before entering the temple. When did that happen!
An extra who is killed off in the beginning of the movie seems to show up in multiple scenes for split seconds.