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Rated NR · 2014

Comedy, Drama

Abhay (a crime journalist), Maya (a medical intern), Goti (a computer hardware specialist) and Kalim (the owner of a garage) are four friends. They began their friendship when they met at a gym, run by their trainer Ricky. Over the period of a couple of years, all five of them have become a close knit gang. Then one day, Ricky is run over by a young man called Anshuman Dayal. Dayal was drinking and driving, but since his father was a fixer for the police, he got away scott-free. When the friends find that the system is too corrupt to give them justice, they go into a deep depression. However, the four friends decide to do something about it. They train and get in peak physical form. And they become vigilantes. By day they are ordinary citizens of the country. By night, they don masks and turn the tables against the very corrupt system that created them. They do all this in a manner which makes fun of these departments and officials. And they call themselves: UNGLI GANG.

Official Site: www.facebook.com/UngliTheFilm
Director: Rensil D'Silva
Writer: Rensil D'Silva
Producer: Karan Johar
Cast: Emraan Hashm, Kangna Ranaut, Sanjay Dutt and Randeep Hooda

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