03 Jul, 2015 | 2 hrs 6 mins
A duo of small time musical band entertainers, get engaged in a war that will confront them with their past. Guddu and Rangeela, in a bid to make it big, get entangled in a mess that will change their lives.
One Line Review: The story of a duo trying to make it big, takes a whole different turn.
Positive Points: Good cinematography, plot takes a surprising turn.
Negative Points: Unrealistic action sequences, unconvincing turn or events in the plot, poor dialogues and bland music.
Plot: Guddu (Amit Sadh) and Rangeela (Arshad Warsi) run their own local musical band service in the small town Mirpur, which is only to cover up their real profession of working as informers to the local dacoits who pay them only a thin slice of their loot as a commission.
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