Allah Ke Banday

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Allah Ke Banday
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Official poster
Directed by Faruk Kabir
Produced by Ravi Walia
Written by Faruk Kabir
Starring Sharman Joshi
Naseeruddin Shah
Faruk Kabir
Ajaz Khan
Atul Kulkarni
Anjana Sukhani
Rukhsar Rehman
Zakir Hussain
Saksham Kulkarni
Suhasini Mulay
Vikram Gokhale
Music by Kailash Kher
Chirantan Bhatt
Hamza Faruqui and Lyricist Sarim Momin
Cinematography Vishal Sinha
Edited by Sandip Francis
Distributed by Rising Star Entertainment
Percept Picture Company
Release dates
  • 26 November 2010 (2010-11-26)
Country India
Language Hindi
Budget INR 5 crore[1]

Allah Ke Banday (English: People of Allah) is a 2010 Bollywood crime drama film produced by Ravi Walia and directed by Faruk Kabir.[2]

Plot[edit]

Allah Ke Banday tells the tale of two 12 year old boys (Vijay and Yakub) who grow up in the slums of India. Wanting to make a name for themselves in the mafia world, they start delivering drugs. Their friend(Zakir Hussain) dresses as a transgender, in an act where they loot people. Things go wrong when they are sent to a juvenile reformatory after being wrongly convicted for a murder. They learn life is much tougher in the reformatory than the world they came from. They are tortured by the warden and senior inmates. But instead of reforming they develop a more sinister plan in their quest for ultimate power. Unexpected events force the two men to decide between redemption and their quest for power. Will they find redemption, if so, at what price?[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Allah Ke Banday - Gangster Breakfast!". Archived from the original on 10 December 2014. Retrieved 2010-12-06. 
  2. ^ Now Running
  3. ^ "Break Ke Baad, Allah Ke Banday hit screens". Retrieved 2010-12-06. 

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