|Department - justice is their crime|
|Directed by||Ram Gopal Varma|
|Produced by||Siddhant Oberoi|
|Written by||Nilesh Girkar|
|Music by||Bappi Lahiri|
|Cinematography||M. Ravichandran Thevar|
|Editing by||Vinay Abhijit|
|Studio||Viacom 18 Motion Pictures|
|Distributed by||Uberoi Line Productions|
|Country||‹See Tfd› India|
|Budget||30 crore (US$5.99 million)|
|Box office||8.25 crore (US$1.65 million)|
(4 Days Total)
Together, Mahadev, Shiv and others in the ‘Department’ take on Sawatya’s (Vijay Raaz) gang. Sawatya, in spite of many exhortations by his number two, D.K. (Abhimanyu Shekhar Singh), and D.K.’s feisty girlfriend, Naseer (Madhu Shalini), does not hit back at the police.
There is another rival gang, lead by one Mohammad Gauri.
There is also the gangster-turned-minister, Sarjerao Gaikwad (Amitabh Bachchan), who takes Shiv under his wing after Shiv saves his life at a public rally. Mahadev warns Shiv that Sarjerao is just using him. After a certain turn of events, it is exposed that Mahadev is actually working for Mohammad Gauri and is, at the ganglord’s behest, finishing off Sawatya’s gang.
While Shiv declines to be a part of Mahadev’s corrupt world, and Mahadev agrees to let him be, things start falling apart between the mentor and the apprentice when Shiv starts taking on a sub-gang formed by D.K., under Mahadev’s protection.
What happens next? Do Mahadev and Shiv come to loggerheads? What about the Sawatya and Mohammad Gauri gangs? What role does Sarjerao play in the final outcome of all this? The rest of the drama answers these questions.
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