Sankat City

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Sankat City
Sankat City Movie Poster.jpg
Theatrical Poster
Directed byPankaj Advani
Produced byMoserBaer Entertainment Ltd. and 7 Entertainment Ltd.
Written byPankaj Advani
StarringKay Kay Menon
Anupam Kher
Rimi Sen
Chunky Pandey
Dilip Prabhawalkar
Music byRanjit Barot
CinematographyChirantan Das
Release date
  • 10 July 2009 (2009-07-10)
Running time
120 minutes
CountryIndia
LanguageHindi

Sankat City (Hindi: संकट सिटी) is a dark comedy Bollywood Hindi movie directed by Pankaj Advani starring Kay Kay Menon.[1] The film was released in India on 10 July 2009.

Plot[edit]

Guru (Kay Kay Menon) and Ganpat (Dilip Prabhavalkar) are small-time car thieves. One night, they steal a Mercedes Rs. 10 million inside, unaware that the car belongs to a vicious gangster/loan shark called Faujdaar (Anupam Kher). They try to sell the stolen Mercedes to Suleman Supari (Rahul Dev), a hitman, who recognizes the car and notifies his friend Faujdaar. Faujdaar sends his henchman with Guru to get back the cash.

Meanwhile, Ganpat has hidden cash in a safe place. After an accident, he loses his memory. Angered by the chain of events, Faujdaar gives Guru three days to return the money.

Cast[edit]

Soundtrack[edit]

The Music Was Composed By Ranjit Barot and Released by Venus Worldwide Entertainment.All Lyrics were written by Panchhi Jalonvi and Mehboob.

Sankat City
Soundtrack album by
Released2009
Recorded2009
GenreSoundtrack
Length22:58
LabelVenus Worldwide Entertainment
ProducerRanjit Barot
Ranjit Barot chronology
Mere Baap Pehle Aap
(2008)
Sankat City
(2009)
Toss
(2009)
Track list
No.TitleSinger(s)Length
1."Mumbai One Way Nagri Hai"Sukhwinder Singh, Ranjit Barot3:50
2."Ghoom Ghoom"Roop Kumar Rathod, June Banerjee, Ranjit Barot3:49
3."Sha La La (She Is A Bad Girl)"Ranjit Barot4:17
4."Mister Hua Hai Aisa Hal Kyun"June Banerjee4:14
5."Mister Hua Hai Aisa Hal Kyon (Remix)"June Banerjee6:48
Total length:22:58

Critical reception[edit]

Sankat City received generally positive reviews from film critics as a dark comedy.[2][3][4]

Nominations in 2010[edit]

  • Nominated for Most Promising Debut Director, 55th Filmfare Awards.
  • Nominated for Best Director and Best Film; Searchlight Awards - Max Stardust Awards 2010.
  • Nominated for Best Screenplay, Most Promising Debut Director, and Best Ensemble Cast; Nokia 16th Star Screen Award.

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