Romeo Akbar Walter Movie

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ROMEO AKBAR WALTER is the story of a patriot who takes extreme risks while spying in enemy country. The year is 1971. Romeo Ali (John Abraham) works in India in a bank. He stays with his mother Waheeda (Alka Amin) who is overprotective about him since Romeo’s father had died

ROMEO AKBAR WALTER is the story of a patriot who takes extreme risks while spying in enemy country. The year is 1971. Romeo Ali (John Abraham) works in India in a bank. He stays with his mother Waheeda (Alka Amin) who is overprotective about him since Romeo’s father had died while serving the country. Romeo too has the passion to work for India but is unable to do so due to his mother. However one day he meets Shrikant Rao (Jackie Shroff), head of RAW, and he asks Romeo to join them and spy on Pakistanis on their soil. Romeo agrees and before leaving for training and eventual trip to Pakistan, he lies to his mother that he has been promoted in the bank and that that’s why he has been sent for training. In Pakistan, he manages to smartly win the trust of arms dealer Isaq Afridi (Anil George), who’s very close to General Zorawar (Purnendu Bhattacharya). While spying on their conversations and activities, Romeo stumbles upon important information. The Pakistani forces are planning an air strike in Badlipur area of the then East Pakistan. This part of Pakistan is getting rebellious and wants independence. The rebels meanwhile are being trained by Indian forces and a lot of them are stationed at Badlipur, where the Pakistanis plan to drop bombs. What happens next forms the rest of the film.

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Shades of patriotism: Exploring the patriotic movie today

As John Abraham stated recently, “I am a politically aware person and an ardent India lover. Maybe…
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Box Office: Romeo Akbar Walter Day 12 in overseas

Box Office Romeo Akbar Walter Day 12 in overseas
The John Abraham starrer Romeo Akbar Walter released on Friday in the domestic market. Directed by…
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Romeo Akbar Walter Box Office Collection Day 11: The John Abraham starrer holds well on Monday, along with Kesari and The Tashkent Files

Romeo Akbar Walter Box Office Collection Day 11 The John Abraham starrer holds well on Monday, along with Kesari and The Tashkent Files
All three films in the running, Romeo Akbar Walter (RAW), Kesari and The Tashkent Files, had a…
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Box Office: Romeo Akbar Walter Day 11 in overseas

Box Office Romeo Akbar Walter Day 11 in overseas
The John Abraham starrer Romeo Akbar Walter released on Friday in the domestic market. Directed by…
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Box Office: Romeo Akbar Walter Day 10 in overseas

The John Abraham starrer Romeo Akbar Walter released on Friday in the domestic market. Directed by…
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Romeo Akbar Walter Box Office Collections Day 9: The John Abraham starrer is good on Saturday, Kesari moving towards Rs.150 crores mark, The Tashkent Files sees 100% jump

Romeo Akbar Walter (RAW) did quite well on Satuday as Rs.2.25 crores came in. Of course, given the…
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Box Office: Romeo Akbar Walter Day 9 in overseas

The John Abraham starrer Romeo Akbar Walter released on Friday in the domestic market. Directed by…
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Romeo Akbar Walter Box Office Collections Day 8: John Abraham’s film has a decent hold, Kesari keeps the footfalls on, The Tashkent Files is better amongst new releases

Romeo Akbar Walter (RAW) benefitted from an open week with collections to the tune of Rs. 1.25…
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Box Office: Romeo Akbar Walter Day 8 in overseas

Box Office Romeo Akbar Walter Day 8 in overseas
The John Abraham starrer Romeo Akbar Walter released on Friday in the domestic market. Directed by…
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Romeo Akbar Walter Box Office Collections Day 7: John Abraham’s Romeo Akbar Walter on the same lines as Parmanu, Madras Cafe and Force 2, Kesari set to collect more moolah this weekend

Romeo Akbar Walter Box Office Collections Day 7: John Abraham’s Romeo Akbar Walter on the same lines as Parmanu, Madras Cafe and Force 2, Kesari set to collect more moolah this weekend
Romeo Akbar Walter held on well during the weekdays that allowed the collections to go past the Rs.…
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