Aakrosh is a story about 3 college boys who disappear from a hamlet called Jhanjhar, where casteism still exists in full force. The bigger issue than this is that none of the villagers have the courage to stand-up and fight for their equality. To investigate the case of dissapperance of those three boys Ajay Devgan (Army Officer) and Akshaye Khanna (CBI Officer) are sent to Jhanjhar.
The problem arises when they realize that every high official from politicians to cops to ruffians are corrupt. Each one of them is a culprit in some way or the other in this high-profile case. Their chase gets worse when they find that inorder to 'Stay Alive' villagers follow deafening culture because they all know one voice against local leaders or goons or cops can make them all go 'Silent' forever.
It is an action-packed film, which showcases truth about so-called 'Honor-Killing', which has nothing 'Honorable' in it. You will see both the officers trying their best to get to the roots of the cause in their own way.
Ajay Devgan is as fearless as always and no one can play these kinds of roles better than him. Paresh Rawal performed his anti-heroic role so brilliantly that you'll actually feel like killing him. Bipasha Basu didnt have much scope and after long we get to see Akshaye Khanna, who used this comeback offer to the fullest.
The high point of the film is its climax, which will make you say 'yes, that's what they desreved'! In short, Aakrosh is an eye-wash presented under the stamp of FICTION.
P.S. I will not like to grade this movie as I personally believe that FACTS cannot be graded but as its mandatory so will give max possible to the film-makers and stars for having the courage to cover this subject.view less