Mumbai Police Inspector Sadhu Agashe (Nana Patekar) had been till now doing a desk job for nine years, till he is moved to a special team that does encounters for baddest criminals. He is now heading it, and a commisioner is one who assigns them with all the logistics, armours, finance to carry out these operations. One of his team mates Imitiaz (Yashpal Sharma), is highly envious of him and is known to match his encounter count with Sadhu.
Sadhu is married to Namita (Revathi). New officer joins Jatin Shukla and does some good job. He is praised highly by Sadhu and Imitiaz couldn't stand it. He feels highly embarrassed that a
new kid is praised highly while he is not given his dues. Sadhu anyways, because of his shootouts although gains a media traction as a star, but is
constantly nagged by human right activists. The underworld don's are all after him, always willing to bribe him although he never agrees.
Commissioner retires and now commissioner joins in. This makes things tough for Sadhu, and he is now framed of driving a industrialists/barons
business rather than a mafia-cleaner. Things turn out more dark for him as his wife is killed.
How he revenges it, is he shattered or still has the power to be criminal pest controller.
This is a nice movie breaking the tradition of only tested subjects like romance, comedy or action been handled properly in bollywood cinema. The movie comes out nicely on screen.
The performances are very fine with Nana at the helm. He is very controlled and brings out a very balanced performance. He is able to elicit a tough
outer covering working for the nation, and takes the nuance understanding of the role. The other actors too do a decent job.
Shimit Amin does a fantastic job in bringing out a commercial angle for in general a not successful box-office product. The movie which mostly
resembles Ram Gopal verma's cinema is thrilling, moves at a good pace, the plot development is good and anti-climax and climax comes very satisfying.
Try out for a different cinema.