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Maximum
2D

Maximum

29 Jun, 2012
1 hrs 46 mins
77%
14 votes
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SYNOPSIS
Mumbai 2003, a maze of local trains, throbbing crowds, big land deals and intense politics. And in the center of it all, a volatile story. Two cops, one journey and a struggle for power, maximum power. But they are not alone in this game, there are other players. The conspirators moving at every level. Taking the dream through layers of emotions and betrayals to an unpredictable climax.
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The film is a blur of plans being hatched, accomplices switching sides, and information being compromised. But its hard to stay awake when its all unfolding so slowly Many bullets are showered in the films climatic confrontation at a railway bridge, but by then youre counting down to the end credits. ...Read full review
Kaushik, who earlier made the police drama Sehar, is clearly enamoured by these men. Pratap is a rockstar cop who invariably walks in glorifying slow-motion, has a loving wife and child, but is also living it up with Bollywood belles and bar dancers, and doesnt so much speak as pronounce judgment with inordinately long pauses. ...Read full review
This one, however, tries too hard to appear `intelligent,` which is why voices are softened and conversations are made matter-of-fact. The idea of corrupt cops facing off against each other can be a fine one, but mired here in the midst of people saying things really really slowly, it loses its steam. ...Read full review
Theres another cop, Inamdar (Naseer), whos also on the wrong side of justice and prides himself on his record of gangster killings, who is bitter about Pandits (who has been his junior and partner in crime) rise to success and is out to out-kill his old rival. There are also a couple of sly politicians mouthing philosophical dialogues while making mischief, and a gang of hangers-on by Pandits side and gangster with a remote control in Bangkok to complete the picture. Purportedly, on the side of justice is a television reporter (Amit Sadh) who, also for some inexplicable reason ...Read full review