Mumbai. 2003. It was a different city. The war against the underworld had been declared. And the mandate to gun them down given to a chosen few. One of them was Pratap Pandit. The other, Arun Inaamdar. Two encounter specialists. Each with a strong informer base. Sharp strategy. And a long tally of dead gangsters.
The struggle was always for power. If Pandit was ambitious, Inaamdar conniving and silent. Both equally ruthless. Their motive. Maximum control. But they were not alone in this game. There were other players. Moving at every level. Taking the drama through a complex interplay of politics. Land deals. Farzi shoot-outs. And money. Dirty money.
A story that moves through five long years, ending on a railway platform. In the dark of the night. Between the shudder of running trains. Surrounded by the echo of gunshots.
Sonu Sood plays Pratap Pandit, an encounter specialist. He's the blue-eyed boy of the Establishment. A man with all the greys. And all the power.
Naseeruddin Shah essays the role of Arun Inaamdar. The other encounter cop. He's the old guard. And Pandit's chief and constant rival.
Neha Dhupia plays Supriya, Pandit's wife. An intelligent, sensuous woman and a mother. She provides the inner stability to Pandit's tumultuous world.
Vinay Pathak plays Tiwari, an Uttar-Bharatiya neta. A worldly-wise, astute statesman. He's an insider to Pandit's