Street smart Vishy's life turns upside down when local police and international goons are behind him, in the disguise of tracing his lookalike AJ.
Vishy (Ajay Devgn) is a Mumbai based small time goon, who has a stalker Khushi (Sonakshi Sinha) following him every now and then. She considers him as her lucky charm and finds occasion to be with him. Soon they both fall in love and she makes him quit alcohol and crime. However, when he switches to be a good man, local police and several international goons are behind him for the things he has never attempted. Clueless ... full Plot
One-line Review: High on Action, Low on Concept
Positive Points: Stylish action sequences, Manasvi Mamgai's captivating performance
Negative Points: Stretched Screenplay, Forced humour, Eerie background score
Plot: Vishy (Ajay Devgn) is a "Gaali Ka Gunda" with a golden heart. He has a stalker Khushi (Sonakshi Sinha), who believes that seeing him naked makes her lucky. After series of sequences, they both fall in love with each other and she convinces him to live an honest life. But then all of a sudden, goons from Bangkok and local policemen are after him which makes him confused as he has not done anything as such big in the crime world. However, Vishy's doubt is soon cleared when he sees his look-alike Jay a.k.a. AJ (Ajay Devgn) battling with the goons.
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