Bobby Deol, Ritesh Deshmukh, Lara Dutta, Tara Sharma/Dolby Digital 5.1/16X9 Anamorphic Widescreen/English Subtitles
BARDAASHT is a triumph for Bobby Deol, who takes full advantage of the role offered to him and gives his best shot. He displays the gamut of emotions like a seasoned performer and delivers a knock-out performance Lara Dutta looks lovely and delivers an equally fine performance Himesh Reshammiya's music is melodious, in keeping with the mood of the film
Synopsis: Aditya Shrivastav [Bobby Deol] is an ex-army officer who was in love with his senior officer's daughter, Payal [Lara Dutta]. He was a brave and promising soldier but was asked to leave the force for not obeying his senior's orders. His disobedience and subsequent dismissal from army was looked upon so poorly that even Payal had to bid him farewell. He started a travel agency and looked after his younger college-going brother Anuj [Ritesh Deshmukh], coming to terms with his disturbing past. Anuj is a mischief-loving daredevil, but one day his deeds cross all acceptable limits. The college principal warns Aditya of his younger brother's delinquency. When Aditya takes this up with Anuj, they have an altercation over the issue, following which Anuj leaves the house in a fit of anger. When Anuj doesn't return the next day, Aditya tries to trace him through friends and colleagues but to no avail, after which he lodges a police complaint, only to discover that his brother is no more, shot in a police encounter while in possession of drugs What Next ?????