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 Zilla Ghaziabad

 Vivek Oberoi, Sanjay Dutt, Arshad...

 Anand Kumar



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Director : Anand Kumar
Producer : Vinod Bachchan
Music Director : Pritam
Starring: Sanjay Dutt, Arshad Warsi, Vivek Oberoi…

Mass entertainers have become an integral part and parcel of Bollywood currently and this trend has become more popular thanks to Salman Khan’s string of blockbusters in this genre. Cashing in on this craze, Sanjay Dutt, Vivek Oberoi and Arshad Warsi have come together for the Anand Kumar directed ‘Zilla Ghaziabad’. This film is based on real life stories of some brutal gang wars that took place in the crime-prone areas of Uttar Pradesh and so let’s see how the movie fares.


The movie starts with showcasing the character of Fauji (Arshad Warsi) who is a dreaded gangster based in Ghaziabad. Fauji works for Chairman(Paresh Rawal), a powerful politician who get his illegal activities done by Fauji but prefers Satbir(Vivek Oberoi), an educated lawyer to handle all his legal issues.

Fauji doesn’t like the special attention being showered on Satbir by Chairman, and taking advantage of this rivalry, one of Fauji’s close friend creates a huge misunderstanding between them. The misunderstanding leads to bigger and bigger problems and soon both the groups are baying for each other’s blood. They start creating a huge law and order problem in Ghaziabad which has the local residents caught up in the cross-fire. As the situation goes out- of-hand, a special officer Pritam Singh(Sanjay Dutt) is appointed to get the situation in control.

The rest of the story is about how Pritam Singh deals with the dreaded gangs and comes out victorious in the end.

Positive Points:

The basic story line of the movie is average and is gripping only in...