Taxi No. 9 2 11: Nau Do Gyarah (2006)

Not Rated   |    |  Comedy, Drama, Thriller

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A cabbie (Patekar) and businessman (Abraham) both in need of big money partake in a two-hour adventure together.

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Milan Luthria


Rajat Arora (story), Rajat Arora, Vishal Dadlani (lyrics), Dev Kohli (lyrics)

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8 June 2006 | jani-truelove
| Indian finest remake
Copy of changing lanes with Indian masala to it. Great movie keeps u in suspense and is unpredictable. Unfortunately average Indian audience will not see it since it does not have the romantic yash raj touch to it. John and Nana give the best performance of there career. Great music. Sameera is to die for. Milan's great director. Deewar was another brilliant film but unfortunately his films always get unrecognized.

Here is the story A party player(John abraham) in a rush to make a court appointment to take original will involving a multi-million dollar trust gets the ride of his life when he sits in the cab of an alcoholic taxi driver(Samuel Jackson), who thinks he is always right and the whole world is wrong. John leaves the scene of the accident and strands the taxi driver, causing him to runaway from the cops. During the process of the post-crash discussion, John accidentally drops the key to the locker for his dad's will he needs to present in court. The judge gives him until tomorrow to present the papers and thus begins a cat and mouse game between the proponents. A few questionable actions later on both parties' part, they finally start questioning their actions and their lives. In the end, both come to new understanding of what is important and appear to be set in new ethical and moral directions.

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Release Date:

24 February 2006



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Box Office

Opening Weekend:

$102,466 (USA) (26 February 2006)


$291,048 (USA) (2 April 2006)

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