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Friday release :Rajdhani Express, Must watch movie for everyone Last Updated : 03 Jan 2013 03:15:13 PM IST Film preview:Rajdhani Express
Socio-political Bollywood flick ' Rajdhani Express will hit threatres on the first Friday of year 2013 .
People who loved to watch earlier movies which carry socio-political message like ‘Rang De Basanti’. and 3 idiots should not miss this flick.
It's a thought provoking movie as it is based on the society and the role played by the general public.
At a time when people of India has awakened in terms of their rights like coruption free governence and the issues of security .
Directed by Ashok Kohli,the film is a socio-political drama and also marks the debut of tennis star Leander Paes, who plays the role of a common man.
The story is simply what happens when four people, from different backgrounds and walks of life, share a first class compartment in the Rajdhani Express, traveling from Delhi to Mumbai.
Actor Jimmy Shergill, who is playing a cop in the upcoming film ‘Rajdhani Express’, feels that superstar Salman Khan is the best cop in Bollywood. “I think Salman Khan’s character in ‘Dabangg’ is just amazing. You can watch him without blinking eyes,” said the actor who was in the Capital to promote his upcoming film.
In ‘Rajdhani Express’, he is playing role of an angry cop who can go to any extent to give justice.
Bollywood actor Jimmy Shergill skipped the Delhi premiere of his upcoming film 'Rajdhani Express', saying it 'doesn't look nice' of him to attend such an event in the wake of the recent gangrape here.
The story of Rajdhani Express
Rajdhani Express is the story of Keshav as errand boy for a gun runner. On one errand Keshav steals the weapons and books a ticket on the Rajdhani Express from Delhi to Mumbai to escape. However his fate follows him through his escape onto the train in the form of Yadav, the DY Commissioner of ATS.
While trying to apprehend Keshav, Yadav manages to extracts political mileage from the situation weaving a web, endangering not only Keshav, but also his co-passengers. However The Commissioners has his ulterior motive to get even with his boss, the Minister Of Home, whose parents also happens to be on the train.
Jimmy Shergill plays the character of D.Y. Commissioner Yadav . He would get rid of someone in order to prove oneself superior. He is feared by criminals, disliked by superiors, believes in instant justice. Jimmy Shergill as the strong but ordinary Deputy Commissioner Yadav is brilliant, portraying a difficult blend of command and vulnerability with various degrees of excellence.
Banerjee: Priyanshu Chatterjee
Banerjee's a fence sitter, who would not stick his neck out for others but does not shy from defending what is right. Living with compromises.
Sudhanshu Pandey as Munish lives in an Ivory Tower,He is indifferent, insulting and insensitive.
Leander Paes asKeshav, an aam aadmi, wants to break away from the shackles of a gun-runner, his godfather, and seeks freedom for a dignified life while dreaming of instant fame. But denied and prevented, escapes by stealing a bag of arms and a ticket from Delhi to Mumbai, on Rajdhani Express, with the intention to encash it and lead a better life. Unaware that he’s been set up even before he boards the train.
Gulshan Grover plays the Ticket Checker Satyam Sharma and he’s excellent as ever. As is Minister Indrale, played by Ishrat Ali, the Marathi politician playing the intricate games that politics in India has become notorious for.Source: IANS, Other Agencies, Staff Reporters
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