With a title like Taxi No. 9211, you expect a wacky film. Wacky it is, but there's more to this film than an unconventional, off the wall theme. The film borrows heavily from life, life in Mumbai in particular.
Taxi No. 9211 is more of a Mumbaiya film. Set and shot in the metropolis, the film depicts a day in the life of two individuals whose paths collide on a fateful morning and life is never the same again. Though the identification for a Mumbai viewer may be tremendous, it nevertheless is a film that makes a bold statement about societal pressures and human conditions. And how external influences can compel an otherwise decent human being to do things that are despicable, shameful and disgraceful.