D (film)

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Film's poster
Directed by Vishram Sawant
Produced by Ronnie Screwvala
Ram Gopal Varma
Written by Ram Gopal Varma
Manish Gupta
Starring Randeep Hooda
Chunky Pandey
Rukhsar Rehman
Isha Koppikar
Yashpal Sharma
Sushant Singh
Goga Kapoor
Ishrat Ali
Nagesh Bhonsle
Music by Prasanna Shekhar
Nitin Raikwar
Cinematography Srikanth Naroj
Edited by Nipun Gupta
Amit Parmar
Distributed by Kria
Release date
  • 3 June 2005 (2005-06-03)
Running time
107 minutes
Country India
Language Hindi
Budget est.65 million (US$1.0 million)[1]
Box office est.84.96 million (US$1.3 million)[1]

D is a 2005 Indian crime drama-thriller film, directed by Vishram Sawant, co-written by Manish Gupta, and Ram Gopal Varma. Produced by Varma and Ronnie Screwvala, it was released in India on 3 June 2005. It is the third film in the Gangster film series.

The film is a sequel to Varma's 2002 film Company. Like its predecessor, D is based on the real-life Mumbai underworld organization, the D-Company. The three Varma films Satya, Company and D are together considered an Indian Gangster Trilogy, comparable to the Godfather Trilogy or Infernal Affairs trilogy.[2] The film features Randeep Hooda in his first lead appearance.[3] It also marks the comeback of actress Rukhsar Rehman, who was also seen in Sarkar.

Plot summary[edit]

Deshu (Randeep Hooda), a mechanic working in Dubai, returns to India after his mother's death in order to console his grieving sister and retired police constable father. Some time later, Deshu unwittingly becomes the witness to a murder, when the henchmen of a gang lead by Mangli, chase and kill a man in front of him. Even though he is aggressively pursued by the police to be a state witness, Deshu chooses not to testify after the gang intimidates and threatens him. Seeking revenge for the harassment, he decides to he join a rival gang, lead by Hashim, and ultimately kills Mangli. Due to his bravery and intelligence, Deshu quickly rises up the ranks, becoming the gang's unofficial second-in-command, much to the dismay of Hashim's two sons, Mukarram and Shabbir.

After protecting her secretary from sexual harassment by a male college, Deshu begins a relationship with beautiful Bollywood actress, Bhakti Bhatnagar, an association which opens him up to connections that go above and beyond the level of the gang. Resentful of his meteoric rise to power and his glamorous relationship, Mukarram and Shabbir begin to plot his demise. They plant the seeds of doubt in Hashim's mind and try to turn their father against his once most trusted member. At the same time, the Mumbai Police have begun to monitor Deshu and assign an Encounter Specialist to the case, in the hopes of bringing him down.

Hashim finally relents and allows his sons to carry out an unwarranted attack on Deshu and his friend and partner, Raghav. Raghav and others are killed while Deshu survives; hellbent on revenge. He takes on the gang single-handedly, and eliminates those involved in this attempted assassination one by one, until he finally kills Mukarram and Shabbir . He intentionally spares the life of Hashim, since he is aware that Hashim has nothing left and will never be able to rebuild his gang again - effectively condemning him to a life of prolonged misery. Deshu, having successfully established himself as a crime lord and managing to evade the police on many occasions, crowns himself the Underworld King, and dreams of forming the "D" company - an organized criminal syndicate which he plans to run as a well-tuned machine from outside India's borders.



  1. ^ a b "D". Boxofficeindia.com. Archived from the original on 2 August 2015. Retrieved 26 April 2016. 
  2. ^ Charlie (2005-08-24). "D: Final film in Indian Gangster Trilogy a Must See". Cinema Strikes Back. Retrieved 2009-02-22. 
  3. ^ Agencies (23 August 2012). "RGV paid me for 4 years to not work with anyone: Randeep". Hindustan Times. New Delhi. Retrieved 26 April 2016. 

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