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Shreyas Talpade (Dinkar Waghmare)
A small town character, 28 years old sub-inspector working for the Mumbai Police. He has never solved a case and has always stayed away from serious action. His late father was a successful police officer. He is constantly reminded of his failure by his nagging mother and feels pressure to live up to his father's giant image.
Dinkar Waghmare loses his gun and is under extreme pressure, humiliation and shame.
His troubles become more complicated and serious as the story starts 4 days before the annual Police day function. Over the four days that he tries to recover his lost gun, he unwittingly encounters the biggest stalwarts of the Mumbai underworld and international terrorism by sheer coincidence and luck, ends up solving big cases.
Fate and his gun Bajrangbali stickered gun make him an unlikely hero.
Mahie (Soniya Bhatt)
The attractive, overzealous television news reporter who is an absolute sensationalist. It is her character that plays the role of the 'sutradhar' who links the different parts of the film. She keeps asking for viewers' opinion on various topics through a sponsored SMS.
Dinkar Waghmare has always been in awe of her and watches her regularly on TV. She meets him for the first time when he accidentally becomes a hero. She is amused by this clumsy, sweet man who unwittingly always saves the day.
Kay Kay Menon (Janubhai alias Balma Rashidul Khairi)
The serious terrorist. 30 year old good looking personality. Balma has taken the named Janu as an alias. He has been sent to India by a terrorist group to carry out terror missions in Mumbai.
He transforms into romantic and loves Indian food and the Bombay Life! He starts to change as a human being, softening, when he falls in love at first sight with a bar girl named Pearl and realizes that his mission of terror was no his true calling as a warrior, but he has been chosen to follow the path of Love by Allah.
He speaks fluent Urdu but no one in Bombay can understand so he takes it upon himself to learn the Mumbai street (Tapori) lingo during his various attempts at wooing his lady lobe. Dinkar's and Janu's paths keep crossing without them meeting each other until the climax where together they defeat the evil face of terrorism.
Shehnaz Treasurywala (Pearl)
She is the heroine of our film and the object of Janu's affections. She is absolutely gorgeous and sensuous but at the same time there is a sense of an innocence of a bygone era.
An aspiring actress in Bollywood, she is the most popular dance girl in a dance bar where she works part time. Her first break is an item number in the extravagant police show. She is intrigued and amused by Janu and taken by his boyish charm.
Shiv Pandit (Sunny)
Sunny is a 25 year old young man who is in love with the Police Commissioner's daughter Suhasini and can do anything for her. He is a street smart and fool hardly tapori. He has the amazing skill of mimicry and sound effects and creates much confusion.
Aagey Se Right is the story of chance, co-incidence and real life humor based in the present day Mumbai. The film spans over five days of panic, chaos and mayhem.
The film is about a cop and terrorist. Through a series of events not in their control the cop loses his gun and the terrorist loses his heart. Their two worlds collide in a maze of chance and mayhem. The film is a edgy contemporary satire of the chaotic times that we live in where "Aage se right" may not be always right.