Not Rated | | Action, Thriller
DCP Shivansh has been tasked to catch Vir, the man behind police killings in the city. Both are eventually against the same enemy but divided by a fine line, the law.
The makers were looking for a "U" certificate because of the patriotism involved in the film. Though, they got an "A" certificate due to the violence.
Virendra Rathod (Veer):
Good days are really back. There are nearly 4200 religions in this world. And thousands of people die for it, kill for it everyday. But people like you have created a new religion: corruption!
At around 1:53 hours when Veer fights with the policeman, the policeman clearly throws himself in the reflex action.
Film's title appears in the same medal shown in the film.
For the theatrical release in India, the CBFC demanded that 8 cuts be made to the film before it could be approved with an A rating. These cuts removed dialogue and visuals which the board disapproved of for political reasons.