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Aurangzeb
Son. Brother. Successor. Emperor.
2D

Aurangzeb

Hindi
ActionDrama
17 May, 2013
2 hrs 15 mins
69%
151 votes
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Gurgaon is the most modern boom-town of `India Shining`, the new frontier to be conquered by those who understand real estate. This city rose from a small town to a boom town satellite city in just fifteen years. However the law and order is yet to catch up.

Under the guise of a respected citizen, Yashwardhan (Jackie Shroff) runs a parallel world where he is the Emperor. To bring down a criminal the law will have to now think like a criminal!

When Vishal (Arjun Kapoor) is planted in Yashwardhan`s world in place of Ajay (Arjun Kapoor), the lawmakers (Rishi Kapoor & Prithviraj) roll the dice and a sequence of events unravel, something much more than what Vishal bargained for, as he finds himself in a predicament that puts him to the test!

`Aurangzeb` is all about a world where Kingship knows no Kinship and where there can be only one Emperor!
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Ajay and Vishal(Arjun Kapoor) are twins separated by a set of adamant parentsJackie Shroff and Tanvi Azmi; he, a notorious real estate developer and she, a conscientious homemaker who turns police informer. And, there`s there`s a family of copsRishi Kapoor, Prithviraj, Sikander Kher, who wear tainted uniforms; introduced in the film`s opening sequence as collectors. By a twist of fate the twins find their lives entwined with that of the cops. The real-estate developer`s wife and one twin are saved by one an honest cop (Anupam Kher) in a bizarre `encounter`. And he keeps them hidden for 25 years . In what is a convoluted plot, the dishonest bunch of policemen (Rishi and co) makes plans to kill Jackie Shroff, his estranged wife, their twins and take over their empire. So they plant one of the twins as an infiltrator. ...Read full review
Aurangzeb is primarily about inheritance of character from parent to child. And the opening underlines this theme with a quote from Roman poet Horace, Deep in the cavern of the infants breast; the fathers nature lurks, and lives anew. What lends its sentimentality a crooked twist is how its premise is relentlessly influenced by the cutthroat philosophy of Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb. Director Atul Sabharwal tackles the conflicting interests of conscience and conditioning with his robustly executed first film for Yash Raj. Against the relevant backdrop of land-grabbing in Gurgaon and its deep-rooted network within corporate sectors, political parties and corrupt law and order, Sabharwal weaves an old-fashioned yarn about family - both close-knit and estranged. ...Read full review