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TAXI NO. 9211

Director: MILAN LUTHRIA

INDIA • 2006 • SUBTITLED • COLOUR • DOLBY DIGITAL STEREO • 116 MIN.


A BOLLYWOOD REMAKE OF ROGER MITCHELL’S 2002 THRILLER CHANGING LANES, TAXI NO. 9211 BOASTS A TERRIFIC PERFORMANCE FROM CHARACTER ACTOR NANA PATEKAR AS AN UPTIGHT MUMBAI CABBIE WHO LOVES GIVING PASSENGERS A HARD TIME.
When Raghav (Patekar) crosses paths with arrogant millionaire’s son Jai (John Abraham), a simple taxi ride kicks off a 24-hour journey in which things go spectacularly wrong. A teeming Mumbai throws up endless problems for the pair, both of whom stand to lose their most prized possession—Raghav his wife and kids and Jai his family fortune. Boasting lots of energetic fun and some rather dangerous looking car chases, director Milan Luthria’s entertaining film captures Mumbai’s frenetic pace and people, from its notorious traffic jams to shady side-street characters. But above all Taxi provides both Patekar and Abraham the opportunity to shine as two strangers who unexpectedly turn into vicious adversaries.

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