Just when you thought that 'Gangster' only means underworld and mafia with lots of guns (or katta) and no remorse, this movie surprises you with the gangster with a difference!
|Jimi Shergill showed the royal grace|
|Jimi Shergill - intense and promising actor|
|Randeep Hooda (lacks X factor) Mahie Gill was fabulous|
Third, is about adultery, the taboo for Indian society (or is it not?). The writing on the wall is that when a man strays it's because of his wife and when a woman strays, it's because of her character or rather lack of it. And, in the adulterous relationship, it is the woman who is more responsible for everything, and it is the woman who has to and must bear the brunt of social stigma. And, it's macho for the man.
Fourth, Love in the times of MMS. When the love deprived 'biwi' Mahie Gill chooses to befriend her young driver Randeep Hooda (who is in the royal family for a purpose), the guy makes sure to make a video clip and sends it to the husband at the climax of the movie. I was wondering why would a lover or an ex lover or a jilted lover do that?