Om Sai Jyoti Films.
Director: Anil Balani.
Cast: Maanas, Sayantani Nandi, Mansi Dovhal,
Rajesh Khattar, Tinu Anand, K Jeeva, Sanjay Gagnani,
Julia Dutta, Amanjot, Yatin Karyekar.
seems to be one from the cottage industry of films that
are made by an individual with his own resources to
promote himself. Manas would normally pass for a trader
or a shopkeeper but here he plays parallel roles of
Abhay Singh Jatav and Ajay; the former a simpleton turned
dacoit and latter as his son, a celebrity CEO in Mumbai
(if such creatures do exist in corporate world). Though
a few decades apart, both stories are told simultaneously.
cracks the telecom domain deal for his company, which
is distressing for the head of a rival company. Ajay
has stolen a march over his rival by quoting zero charge
for talking on cell phone since he expects his company
to reap the benefits accruing out of other growing markets
like tele-banking, SMS and so on. This makes Ajay not
only win over his boss and boss' daughter's heart but
also headlines in national dailies. The boss, Rajesh
Khattar, appoints Ajay the new CEO of the company, in
the process earning him an enemy in Dharam, a colleague.
the boss's daughter, Mansi Dovhal, may love Ajay, her
love is one-sided because he has fallen deeply in love
with Priya, a model he met on an ad shoot. He is unaware
that Priya is a honey trap set up by Dharam to belittle
Ajay in the eyes of the boss.
story of Abhay Jatav is on similar lines. He joins a
dacoit gang after his father is killed and he is humiliated.
When he sees the gang leader ill-treat other members
who actually do all the hard work, he can't bear it.
He kills the leader and is duly proclaimed the new leader
by Julia Dutta, a fellow gang member, who loves him.
However, Abhay Jatav has met and fallen in love with
father and son share same fate. But while the father's
detractors succeed in backstabbing and killing him,
the son Ajay is spared that fate. He survives and finds
his lost love as well as the 'celebrated CEO' post.
is an amateur attempt on all fronts. Moreover, there
is no glamour or beauty on screen and an item number
by Rakhee Sawant only adds to the torture. It is an
exercise in self-gratification.