| Action, Comedy, Crime
The desperate lives of two estranged twin brothers converge over missing drugs, politics, racial prejudice, corrupt cops and an unplanned pregnancy.
This movie showcases Amole Gupte as an actor after a long time. He has acted small roles in many movies like Mirch Masala, Holi, etc. He is also famous for his paintings showcased in opening credits of 'Hazaar Chaurasi Ki Maa'. Recently, he wrote the ... ...
You know what we do when a horse refuses to run? We stuff a chili up his ass. How it takes off then.
Mikhail: Takbut, takbut, takbut, takbut, takbut, takbut... Later on, to catch up with it, the jockey sticks TWO up his own.
Bhope Bhau: Two?
Mikhail: Sarpat, sarpat, sarpat, ...
Bhope Bhau: ...
In the opening shot, Charlie is shown to be standing amidst railway tracks, beside whom a fast long-distance train passes. The area is said to be Cotton Green, Mumbai, through a text below. However, unlike shown in the movie, the area around Cotton Green does not have so many railway lines but, only two. Besides, no long distance trains pass through Cotton Green.
The song "Pehli Baar mohabbat ki" pictured on Shahid Kapur and Priyanka Chopra is shown alongside the credits.
Hindi, Marathi, Bengali, English, Portuguese
£111,954 (UK) (14 August 2009)
$1,286,143 (USA) (4 September 2009)
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