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Victoria No. 203 Plot

Victoria No. 203 is about a diamond heist and how the lives of several colourful players get intertwined in the search for the stolen diamonds. The movie takes off with a display of the 100 crore diamonds. Bobby Bombata (Jaaved Jaafri), a nefarious industrialist and Devyani (Preeti Jhangiani), his mole, are smitten by the diamonds. Bombata is willing to acquire them at any price but when his offer to buy the diamonds is turned down, he hires the services of a cat burglar, Tora (Tora Khasgir), in order to steal the diamonds. Tora performs a daredevil heist and escapes with the diamonds. But she has an agenda of her own and plans to double-cross Bombata with the help of her brother Karan (Rajesh Khera). Just as she is about to make good her escape she runs into the infamous Ranjit (Kamal Sadanah), who stabs her. Wounded and on the run, she falls next to Victoria No. 203 in which she hides the diamonds. Raman, the Victoria owner, offers to take her to the hospital and in the process gets caught by the police who suspect him of attempted murder. Raman's daughter Sara (Soniya Mehra) is forced at this stage to ride the Victoria in order to make money for her father's trial, unaware that she is riding around Bombay with 100 crore worth diamonds in her Victoria! Or is she? Enter Jimmy (Jimmy Sheirgill), an expert on diamonds, who takes a ride in the Victoria and falls instantly in love with Sara, bringing romance to the proceedings. But Jimmy is more than just an expert on diamonds, as the two key players in the film, Raja (Anupam Kher) & Rana (Om Puri), small time crooks out to make a fast buck, find out. Just out of jail, they come across a key that promises to reverse their ill fortune. The key leads Raja and Rana to the Victoria and the ride begins, culminating in all the characters meeting in an unbelievably hilarious climax. The film also stars Johnny Lever, and has music by Viju Shah, with the classic hits Do Bechare and Thodasa Thehro making a comeback. Produced by Kamal Sadanah and directed by Ananth Narayan Mahadevan, Victoria No. 203 is a comic caper that promises an unmissable ride of fun and excitement.Take the ride at a cinema near you.

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