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DepartmentRowdy Rathore
What happens when a Khiladi tries to look like a Dabangg? Well, he becomes Rowdy Rathore. After a spate of comedy fairs, Akshay Kumar is back in his action avatar in Prabhudeva's Rowdy Rathore. Produced by Sanjay Leela Bhansali and Ronnie Screwvala, the film stars Akshay Kumar and Sonakshi Sinha in lead roles as Shiva and Priya respectively. Shiva is a small time conman in love with Priya, a pretty girl whom he meets at a wedding he isn't invited to. Into this picture perfect world enters a 6-year-old Neha who inexplicably believes Shiva to be her father. And if this wasn't bad enough, Shiva also becomes the object of a series of life threatening attacks by a gang of deadly criminals who seem to know something he doesn't. While trying desperately to save his life and love, Shiva stumbles upon a deadly secret. A secret that will take him to a small town in Bihar – a town terrorised by its ruthless MLA and the mafia he controls – a town whose inhabitants' only hope for redemption is Shiva! The film has some interesting moments, and desi-action flick like dialogues; but when you hear Akshay say "Apun ka fatka 440 ka jhatka," while hitting another attacker, you would wonder why the director has given Akshay Kumar, Salman Khan's dialogues from Wanted and mannerisms from Dabangg.

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