Gangs Of Wasseypur is a crime movie which gets to the roots of the people and explains why they are the way they are.
The movie story goes like this, towards the end of colonial India, Shahid Khan loots the British trains, impersonating the legendary Sultana Daku. Now outcast, Shahid becomes a worker at Ramadhir Singh’s colliery, only to spur a revenge battle that passes on to generations.
At the turn of the decade, Shahid’s son, the philandering Sardar Khan vows to get his father’s honor back, becoming the most feared man of Wasseypur.
Staying true to its real life influences, the film explores this revenge saga through the socio-political dynamic in erstwhile Bihar (North India), in the coal and scrap trade mafia of Wasseypur, through the imprudence of a place obsessed with mainstream ‘Bollywood’ cinema.
Gangs Of Wasseypur is India's answer to Quentin Tarantino. The film does not have a single dull moment. Realism has always been Anurag Kashyap's forte, but in a manner which Anurag has referenced violence using the ironic characters with breat..