Not Rated | | Action, Crime, Drama
After finding out about an illegal arms deal, a military intelligence officer goes rogue with highly sensitive data related to his organization, causing his mentor: a colonel, to hunt him down.
Neeraj Pandey first read the word 'Aiyaary' in Devaki Nandan Khatri's novel Chandrakanta.
We are dealing with somebody's lack of honesty, sir. And I'm not complaining, I'm just refusing to be a part of all this.
In the coffee shop scene, Jai Dikshit's original identity is revealed to Sonia. However in the earlier scenes she hacks his laptop and credit card details which had Jai's actual information.
In the beginning, the statement "Dedicated to the unsung officers, men and families of the intelligence fraternity" is seen.
The film was given a U/A certificate by the Indian Censor Board after some alterations were made in a few dialogues. These involved deletion of words like 'Uri', 'Army Chief', 'Kargil' and replacing of a dialogue related to Rs. 500 and 1000 note with reducing tax on everything. A standard disclaimer with voiceover and a disclaimer regarding using of helmet while riding a bike were added as well.