From the most searing pages of the police force comes the true story of a man who lived life on his own terms.
Culled from stunning real life incidents, this is a film that looks at the hitherto unexplored avenues of the personal life and mindset of a cop.
Uncompromisingly brutal, here is an awesome close-up of lives that are laid on the line, of men and women living on a double edged sword.
Dramatic and brooding, here is a film that shows it as it really is…the truth…very often stranger than fiction.
KAGAAR is the story of one long night…a night of a suspenseful wait for a prey… the hunter has waited for this moment all his life and although he knows that the end would be bloody and tragic, it is a call of duty he cannot ignore…and as the world celebrates new year, and as his wife waits for him to get home, BHASKAR SARNAIK, the sub inspector who has killed 70 men in an encounter waits for the biggest catch of them all…because Ali meant more than just a law breaker to him…Ali was his childhood friend from his village…Ali was the man who ignored Bhaskar’s pleas to return to the village and lead a peaceful life… And as he waits, he goes back to the day he had set foot in the big wild urban city to look for his lost brother. He recollects how he was enamored by the power of the uniform and worked his way into the police force…how his wife had stars in her eyes before marriage because she was excited at the prospect of marrying a ‘hero’ with a gun…how her initial euphoria gave way to disillusionment and she learnt to live life without her husband in a modest one room-kitchen…how Ali’s foolhardiness and his colleagues’ envy had ousted him temporarily from the force…how his period of suspension made him a drastically different human being…how nemesis had once again caught up with Ali and here he was waiting to trap him... or be killed himself….for a man,whose every goodbye to his wife was considered the final goodbye, Bhaskar was fighting a battle whose end could go either way…will he see the dawn of the new year…???
Is crafted to be the year’s most significant and emotionally disturbing film…it has been designed by the best technicians in the business and aimed at international critical acclaim backed by exciting box office prospect.
It is 120 minutes of live wire cinema guaranteed to excite, move and provoke….Kagaar is a film you simply cannot ignore.