Ajay Mehra (Sunny Deol) runs an investigative newspaper that seeks truth not business. Which is why four college kids strive to handover a murder footage to him, accidentally recorded by them. However, it's not as easy as it sounds since some influential people are involved.
Director Sunny Deol fairly manages to retain the essence of the Santoshi's 'Ghayal' blockbuster, while giving it a contemporary twist. While the good-old dialogues and hand-to-hand combat scenes are in place, digitization in today's world (computer hacking, phone tapping etc) has been highlighted too.
Though not as emotionally engaging as the original, the sequel delivers what it promises on the action front. Skilfully shot, elaborate nail-biting chase sequences across the city leave you glued to your seats, gasping for breath. Heavy-duty fist fights are equally gripping. Soha Ali Khan acts well and so do the teenagers.
Despite some flaws, Sunny's idealistic film exudes the sincerity and unbreakable spirit of a common man. If you mess with us, "We will find you and we will punch you." Haha You Must Watch it.