I bet, if you show Dharmendra fans this movie they are bound to say, ''Kattey, mein tera khoon pi jaonga
In fact, that would just be a mild reaction to describe DESI KATTEY that has undergone the process of film-making and has finally gone through the censors for a release!
You have two orphans who grow up in a pistol-making factory in Kanpur. Later in life, they turn out to be sharp-shooters.
During one of their gun fights, an Army Major chances upon their skills and requests them to join him. They decline. Later, when he helps them once again, they decide to go with him.
After a few reels, their 'boss' comes looking for them. One of them goes to the boss, the other remains with the Major to win a gold medal in shooting for India!
Suniel Shetty is the Major who apparently wanted to win a gold for India in shooting but couldn't. So his dream is to get India the gold, at any cost. Even if it means picking a criminal from the street who romances his sister in their bungalow! No problem.
It is such ridiculousness in the plot that makes you wonder how Anna could even be a part of this. There's also Ashutosh Rana who tries to make the best of the role given to him; injecting every bit of credibility every time he is asked to emote.
The idea, I would assume, after watching this movie which is almost two-and-a-half hours long, was to show the lives of two shooters, who take different routes in their lives.
But the route taken by the director of this film is 'path breaking', tortuous and preposterous!