On a stormy night in Mumbai, a call comes in to a police station’s Dial 100 helpline, where a night-shift-as-usual is in progress. The caller is a lady (Neena Gupta) who is on the edge of hysteria and is threatening to do something severe; the officer (Manoj Bajpayee) who answers the phone is already anxious, coping with a tearful wife (Sakshi Tanwar) and a young kid who has gone and done something he had sworn off. We detect something is wrong with the call and the woman who is making it right away. Of course, there’s a lot more to it, which is exactly the point. We settle in for a fast-paced, raunchy story.
The idea is intriguing, and it contains all of the ingredients of a crime thriller. People who sound insane and are armed. Troubled police are chasing them down. Roads slippery with rain. And bang, bang, bang, bang, bang, bang, All of the actors are excellent. Manoj Bajpayee is on a roll right now, with his earlier appearance in season 2 of ‘Family Man’ still fresh in our minds. Neena Gupta is getting to do things she’s never done before thanks to this second wind, and she’s loving it. Nandu Madhav always makes a positive contribution to every film in which he appears. Sakshi Tanwar’s acting abilities have always been undeniable. IMDB