The royal saga of deceit, conspiracy, greed and lust continues in the third installment of the series, as the Saheb and Biwi are pitted against an enemy and everyone involved is scheming ruthlessly for their own personal gain.
After breaking up with his childhood sweetheart, a young man finds solace in drugs. Meanwhile, a teenage girl is caught in the world of prostitution. Will they be destroyed, or will they find redemption?
Ajay Kumar the newly appointed, honest SSP of Lucknow police cracks down on the nefarious cop-mafia nexus in Uttar Pradesh, but finds a cunning and ruthless adversary in Gajraj. Can Ajay win this unjust war ?
Om Shastri, a recession victim comes to India to sell his ancestors property to clear is debt. On reaching he comes to know that selling the property will make his family homeless in India. Later he is kidnapped by goons thinking a rich NRI.
After the death of his first wife, wealthy Raja Aditya Pratap Singh, re-marries another woman, simply known as Chhoti Rani, who subsequently becomes mentally unstable. His father's former mistress, Badi Rani, controls the wealth, while he himself has a mistress. Unable to procure contracts through Mantri Prabhu Tiwari, he decides to stand for elections, while his rival, Ghenda Singh, recruits an assassin, Babalu, who is also the nephew of Sunder, Chhoti Rani's chauffeur, to kill Aditya. After Sunder is unable to drive due to an injury, he recommends Babalu, and Aditya hires him. Babalu settles down in his new job, attempts to get accepted by everyone, including Chhoti Rani, who he finds attractive. He soon finds out that she, too, has feelings for him, and then starts making plans of not only carrying out his assigned task but also becoming the next Saheb.Written by
Tigmanshu Dhulia wanted to start the film in 2006 with Irrfan Khan and Randeep Hooda. He wanted the title Tevar but the rights were with Yashraj Films. Actor Manik Bedi was to produce the film. See more »
I am fade up watching recent westernized Bollywood movies. Nowadays most of the movies lack culture, folk dances and real character interaction.
This movie was complete surprise to me in a good way. I love Indian villages, simple but strong characters. This movie is going to be one of the good movies on my list. Jimmy Shergill, Randeep Hooda and all other characters are strong and nice. The dialogs, sets are in touch with reality. I think all the Bollywood movie Producers and directors should take inspiration from this movie as well as the movie called Eklavya: the royal Guard.
I would like to see more king,queen..princess stories like this. Pardon me if I am wrong in any way.
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