Film: Policegiri

Director:  KS Ravikumar

Cast: Sanjay Dutt, Prakash Raj, Prachi Desai, Om Puri, Manoj Joshi, Rajpal Yadav, Rajat Rawail, Ehsaan Khan, Mukesh Tiwari, Raju Mavani

Jagran Rating:

Kollywood director KS Ravikumar is making his debut in the Bollywood with Policegiri, which is the remake of Kollywood's 2003 hit Saamy. Sanjay Dutt’s Policegiri is set to face a tough fight from Ranveer Singh-Sonakshi Sinha’s Lootera and Surya's Singam.  Policegiri is an action comedy.  

Storyline: Rudra (Sanjay Dutt) is a rough and disciplined Deputy Commissioner of Police of a small town called Amalapur in Hyderabad. This roughtneck cop hates crime and leaves no stone unturned to weed out the local mafia which is spreading corruption and crime in the city.  Fascinated by this tough cop, Sehar (Prachi Desai), who is the girl next door, falls in love with Rudra and marries him. Nagori Subramaniyam (Prakash Raj) is an underworld don who is the propagator of crime in the city.

Review: Policegiri is like any regular Bollywood story of goons and cops. Sanju baba was recently seen donning the similar character in ‘Zila Ghaziabad’. However, the comedy sequences in the movie may tickle your funny bones.  Policegiri is the first film of Sanjay Dutt which is releasing during his imprisonment. It’s like history repeating itself for Sanjay Dutt. In April 1993, when Sanjay was sent to jail for the first time under the provisions of TADA, his Khalnayak was released and predictably it turned out to be the biggest success of the year. 20 years down the line, when he has again been sent behind bars, his Policegiri is going to hit the silver screen. The million dollar question now is, ‘will Sanjay be able to repeat the Khalnayak magic again.’

JPN/Mid-Day

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