Gunday
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Based in Calcutta during its most unsettled times in the 1970s, the film deals with the inseparable life of Bikram and Bala. The story of 2 boys, boys who became refugees. Refugees who became gun couriers. Gun Couriers who became coal bandits, coal bandits who became Calcutta's Most Loved, Most Celebrated, Most Reckless, Most Fearless, Most Powerful! A story of two happy-go-lucky renegades who came to be known as...GUNDAY! (c) Yash Raj

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Rotten Tomatoes Score: 100%

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"What makes "Gunday" work and pulls us along is the great skill and obvious affection with which these familiar elements have been deployed."
‑ David Chute, Variety
"Viewers with increasing concerns that Bollywood's recent action/comedies are far too reliant on tiresome conventions will see this as further proof; for those simply looking for escapism of the highest order, this romp should do just fine."
‑ Simon Foster, sbs.com.au
""Gunday," directed by Ali Abbas Zafar, may be preposterous, but it's rarely dull. And when Mr. Khan and Ms. Chopra are on screen it's something more. It's downright enjoyable."
‑ Rachel Saltz, New York Times
"As a '70s throwback it's definitely not alone in recent years. And yet "Gunday" is a thunderously entertaining movie, which is down to its cast and director."
‑ Danny Bowes, RogerEbert.com
"Seemingly disparate elements go on to organically weave together into a coherent whole as a buddy/action/crime dramedy, with some exuberant production numbers as infectious icing on the proverbial cake."
‑ Michael Dequina, TheMovieReport.com
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