The Godfather of independent Indian cinema takes on the gangster genreYou don’t need to have seen Part 1 of this Indian take on Pulp Fiction to fully enjoy its kooky craziness. A firecracker of a film, this is set entirely around warring mafia clans in a coal-mining town in Northern India. You can only guess the amount of pistol-popping, corruption, and explosive violence that’s involved. It’s a graphic interpretation not for the faint of heart, but for those who like a little spice with their stories.
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