Film Review: The Stoneman Murders (2009) by Manish Gupta

Set against the serial killings that terrorised the pavement dwellers of Mumbai in 1983, the film is a neat little thriller which actually keeps you glued to your seats.

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There’s not much to do in the seedy little police station in suburban Mumbai for rival cops Kay Kay Menon and Arbaaz Khan, other than break the bones of pathetic pick pockets and small time hoodlums. So, while Kay Kay kicks and pummels sundry addicts and alcoholics, Arbaaz sniggers and stuffs himself with light snacks. Until the Stoneman arrives. A hapless man is bludgeoned to death in his sleep by a stone and has his blood is splattered all around him. Kay Kay feels a kind of meaningfulness in his crappy cop-life and readies himself for some real excitement. However, the problem is that he has been suspended from the force for his brutal exploits. But our die

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