Sarjerao Gaekwad (Amitabh Bachchan) is a gangster. He changed his colours and turned into a politician at a latter date. With his political strength, he continues his underground activities with more strength. Mahadev Bhosle (Sanjay Dutt) is a senior police officer of the Mumbai Police Department. He was given a special task to combat the underworld menace. He was given powers to form special task forces for the purpose. Hence he drafts a tough young cop Shiv Narayan (Rana Daggubati) and gives him all the powers to eliminate the underworld dons and makes him an encounter specialist. Shiv Narayan, at one time, gets the chance and got an opportunity to speak to Gaekwad, who is a senior politician, and question his foundations as Shiv Narayan strongly believes that Gaekwad is a thug (gangster). At this juncture Gaekwad manages to bring rifts in the entire police department as to why Bhosle took Shiv Narain into this task. The rest of the film deals with what Shiv Narayan did to prove that he has nothing to do with Bhosle, but Bhosle chose him because of his sincerity. In this process Shiv Narayan finds who is the real villain is…
Amitabh Bachchan, Sanjay Dutt and Rana Daggubati did their justice their roles. However, all of their acting capabilities and talents were simply wasted. Among the heroines Anjana Sukhani performed nice on the screen. All the senior artistes too did justice but the director really failed to extract the real talents. All the other actors too were wasted sans exception. The item song by Nathalia Kaur is totally useless and so is Madhu Shalini. Lakshmi Manchu too is was wasted, and Abhimanyu Singh gives the audiences a feeling that he is crying out for help and pleads with the movie goers to rescue him from the project.
After the film ‘RGV ki Aag’, Varma’s directorial abilities had started hitting to the low. Surprisingly, his films are getting utter failure so far, but with this film, they are started irritating the audiences. They got the feel that the director is exploring the ways as to how to irritate the film goers and get a thought that they take a firm decision not to go to the theatres from next time to watch a film. The ‘rogue methodology’ adopted by the director is extremely non-sensical, it is a surprise as to how a top star like Amitabh Bachchan is accepting the foolish camera angles. The cinematography of the film is horrendous and the background music is just ignorable. Not only the cinematography, the editing of the film too is atrocious.
The audiences are saying that RGV should take rest for some time and visit a mental asylum to check his mental condition as he is bringing out the films to punish the audiences. It is true that he is not asking the audiences to come to the theatres, purchase ticket and watch his films, but the artistes in the film and the director brought out exceptional films at one time make the audiences visit the theatre and ultimately get the punishment.