Not Rated | | Action, Crime, Drama
A politically-minded enforcer's misguided trust in his lieutenant leads him to suspect his wife of infidelity in this adaptation of Shakespeare's 'Othello'.
Apparently Aamir Khan suggested the idea of the film to director Vishal Bhardwaj. At one point Aamir was going to co-produce the film with Vishal and play the role of Langda Tyagi as well, but later after a meeting with Saif Ali Khan, Bhardwaj decided to cast him for the role instead, causing Aamir to then step out of the picture.
I'll teach you how to fly.
The Enfield rifle that Langda Tiyagi (Saif) is shown shooting so accurately does not have a rear sight. The lack of it is plainly visible through the movie but even more so in the scene when he shoots the tires off the marriage bus.
£91,294 (UK) (30 July 2006)
$789,694 (USA) (6 August 2006)