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Monday, December 04, 2006
After the story of the underworld gangster in D, director Vishram Sawant is back again with the story of an honest cop standing of a crossroad of a dilemma to take a Risk.
The promo opens with Vinod Khanna reading Namaz on the terrace of his Bungalow with body guards in the background. Vinod Khanna makes his comeback in a villainous role of an underworld king named Khalid. He is in a complete new look with white beard and dressed in plain white attire.
Randeep Hooda who was the lead in director Vishram Sawant earlier film D also stars in the this film. This time he plays the role of a cop named Suryaknat Satam. Randeep too is in a complete new look with a moustache.
The promo moves in a slow pace when Randeep makes a call to 'Khalid Bhai' played by Vinod Khanna and the visual dissolves into the top view of Mumbai city. A background score with lyrics 'lakhoon carodon main koi leta hai Risk and the promo takes up pace.
Randeep picks up guns as if getting ready for a shootout. Vinod Khanna then says that he will be their shooter in Police uniform. Randeep is then shown in a police uniform. The other actors of the film are then introduced. Seema Biswas plays a character named Devki Vardhan. Yashpal Sharma also seems to be an underworld aide called Arbaaz. Makrand Deshpande continues to don his long hair look and plays Hari. Tanushree Dutta plays Randeep's beloved, Shraddha.
The promo ends with Randeep Hooda shooting down someone and we hear the voiceover of Randeep where he says 'Life main Risk toh uthana padta hai.'