Fight Club – Members Only

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Fight Club
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Promotional poster depicting the film's main antagonists.
Directed by Vikram Chopra
Produced by Sohail Khan
Ravi Walia
Screenplay by Vikram Chopra
Story by Sohail Khan
Starring

Sunil Shetty

Sohail Khan

Zayed Khan
Dino Morea
Ritesh Deshmukh
Aashish Chaudhary
Music by Pritam
Distributed by Sohail Khan Productions
Release date(s) 17 February 2006
Running time 185 min
Country India
Language Hindi

Fight Club – Members Only is a 2006 Bollywood action drama film directed by Vicky Chopra and produced by Ravi Walia and Sohail Khan. The film features Sunil Shetty, Zayed Khan, Sohail Khan, Dino Morea, Ritesh Deshmukh, Amrita Arora, Diya Mirza and Aashish Chaudhary in pivotal roles.

It released on 17 February 2006. The storyline was based on a group of friends who create their own fight club in order to let college rivals fight each other privately, however things do not go as plan, when somebody is killed in the club, and his mob-underworld family want revenge.

Plot[edit]

The story follows four friends, Vicky (Zayed), Karan (Morea), Somil (Deshmukh) and Dikku (Chaudhary). The four love hanging out, late night partying and drinking booze. One night, they witness a physical brawl, and Vicky comes up with the idea of making a "Fight Club", in which the participants will be allowed to fight physically non-stop. When Mohit (Yash Tonk), a college youngster, enters the club and takes part in a fight, he ends up beating his opponent severely to critical condition. After being stopped by Vicky, Mohit attacks him, to which response Vicky throws him out of the club. Mohit then arrives with his friend Dinesh (Ashmit Patel) to get revenge, however Mohit once again beaten up, now by the whole group.

Soon enough, Mohit is slyly murdered. The blame goes to Vicky and his friends, and Dinesh and his brother Sandy (Rahul Dev) find out about this, and plan to finish off all the group of the Fight Club owners. However, Fight Club is raided and then shut down by the police. Soon enough, Mohit's older brother, Anna (Suniel Shetty) finds out about this incident, and plans to backfire with his whole crew. In response, the four friends hire Vicky's former college rival Sameer (Sohail Khan) as a bouncer.

Cast[edit]

Crew[edit]

Tracks list[edit]

  1. Yeh khuda: K. K. - Lyricists: Mayur Puri
  2. Chhore ki baatein: Amit Kumar & Shweta Pandit - Lyricists: Mayur Puri
  3. Joshile java ho: Shweta Pandit - Lyricists: Mayur Puri
  4. Bolo na tum zara: Shaan & Shreya Ghoshal - Lyricists: Nilesh Mishra
  5. Chhoren ki baatein (Remix): Amit Kumar & Shweta Pandit - Lyricists: Mayur Puri
  6. Yeh khuda (Remix): K. K. - Lyricists: Mayur Puri
  7. Bolo na tum zara (Remix): Shaan & Shreya Ghoshal - Lyricists: Mayur Puri

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