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Gunday (English: Outlaws) is a 2014 Indian action thriller film written and directed by Ali Abbas Zafar and produced by Aditya Chopra. The film features Ranveer Singh and Arjun Kapoor in the lead roles with Priyanka Chopra and Irrfan Khan in a supporting roles.[1] The film starts off in the 1970s, with the introduction of 2 young boys: Bikram and Bala, who initially become gun carriers and later coal bandits. They ultimately grow up to become the most powerful goons of Calcutta.[6] The film was released on 14 February 2014.[2]

The film also released in Bengali with a full Bengali soundtrack also composed by Sohail Sen. Though, in some of the Bengali songs, the singers differ from the original. This was also the first Indian film to have its trailer premiere at the Dubai International Film Festival

The film opens with the narration of the historic event of the independence of Bangladesh after the third Indo-Pakistani War of 1971. Amongst the desolate people affected by the partition are two orphan kids: Bikram and Bala. A man named Lateef (Pankaj Tripathi) happens to meet them, offers them nourishment and asks them if they'll work for him in the illegal smuggling of guns. The two kids agree and manage to do so successfully, using all the tricks of the trade. One day, the chief army officer that Lateef supplies guns to asks Lateef to leave one of the two boys behind to be his personal sex slave, or else he'll forcibly take Lateef's daughter. Bikram hears this and tells Lateef that he'll stay behind in order to save Bala. Bala, however, refuses to part with his best friend and comes back to save Bikram. Bala saves Bikram from the lecherous officer and they both kill him in the process - thereby becoming "partners in crime". As the army chases after the duo, Lateef tries to protect the kids, but in the ensuing skirmish Lateef is killed by the police.

Bikram and Bala arrive at Calcutta by train and begin their lives by working at a small restaurant. Bala gets into a fight with the owner who slaps him and calls him a "refugee" and a "Bangladeshi". The owner then throws both of them out. When Bikram asks a local merchant about the coal's market price, he realizes it's a great opportunity to earn easy money by looting coal from trains and selling it in the market at a lower price. Bala reimburses the restaurant owner for the broken cutlery, slaps the owner and warns him not to mistreat children from hereon.

As they grow up, Bikram (Ranveer Singh) and Bala (Arjun Kapoor) have started looting entire coal trains to increase their market share. Their main competitor is Dibakar (Deepraj Rana), a coal trader. When Bikram and Bala loot one of his trains, Dibakar's men try to unsuccessfully threaten the duo, who promise them that they will loot Dibakar's next cargo as well. When Bikram and Bala, as promised, turn up to loot Dibakar's coal-filled train, Dibakar goads them by calling them "refugees", and a fight breaks out. Before killing Dibakar, Bikram and Bala mention they are not refugees and are Indians as well. The duo, now the undisputed kings of the coal business, start expanding by owning other businesses and become Kings of Calcutta. They convert all their illegal trades to legal business with the help of Kaali Kaka (Saurabh Shukla) and become town heroes by building hospitals, donating to charities and building schools, even though they're both illiterate. They also provide work and help to the poor, thus becoming white-collared and good-hearted samaritans, but their businesses and dealings make them a target of the law, who call them Gunday. Assistant Commissioner of Police Satyajeet Sarkar (Irrfan Khan) is summoned to Calcutta to apprehend Bikram and Bala and bring them to justice. Sarkar, knowing that Bikram and Bala are able to successfully cover up their tracks using Kaali Kaka, warns the duo that he will arrest them the day he finds a single piece of evidence against them.

A local businessman invites Bikram and Bala to the inauguration of the new cabaret he wishes to run in Calcutta, which the duo happily accept. The businessman introduces Bikram and Bala to Himanshu (Anant Vidhaat Sharma), and the businessman assures the duo that Himanshu will be more than happy to assist the duo in any way possible. At the inauguration, Nandita (Priyanka Chopra), a cabaret dancer, enters Bikram and Bala's lives and they both fall in love with her. They decide that whoever manages to win her heart will marry her. After some persistent wooing, Nandita calls both of them to a theater to reveal whom she loves. While Nandita performs onstage on the sensual song "Kaate Nahi Katte Ye Din Ye Raat" from Mr. India, Bala gets into a quarrel with a person over a lewd comment the guy passes on Nandita, and in the subsequent brawl shoots the man. Bikram asks Bala to run away for the time being as Sarkar is searching for Bala, and promises not to meet Nandita until Bala returns. ACP Sarkar advices Bikram to tell Bala not to return to Calcutta or he (Bala) will be killed. Nandita tells Bikram that she's in love with him and if he does not come to Durga Puja, she will never see him again. Bikram agrees to meet her and they perform Durga Puja together. Bala finds out about this through Himanshu, and returns to Calcutta during Durga Puja. On seeing Bikram and Nandita happy together, an enraged Bala shoots at Bikram after blaming him of breaking his promise, but misses and hits Nandita instead. She is rushed to hospital and survives, but Bikram and Bala's friendship is damaged in the process.

Bala then finds out that all business they both owned are in Bikram's name, hence he angrily calls Bikram and asks for an equal partition of the business. Bikram agrees, and transfers half the business to Bala, even the ration card which is a proof of their Indian nationality. Bala then talks about dividing Nandita between them as well. Bikram becomes livid, and a fight erupts. Bikram wins, but he spares Bala, remembering how Bala once saved Bikram's life when they were kids, thus making them "even". Bikram warns Bala not to bother Nandita or he will kill him.

Bikram asks Nandita to marry him, but Nandita tells him that she cannot marry him unless he leaves his criminal life behind. Bikram agrees, and they decide to get married. To exact revenge on Bikram, Bala blows up Bikram's coal mines and kidnaps Nandita. As Bikram readies to end the feud once and for all, Sarkar asks Bikram to turn state's evidence and implicate Bala so that Bikram and Nandita can live happily.

Bala threatens Nandita that if she won't leave Bikram, he will kill her. Nandita tells him that she still loves Bikram, explaining why she chose Bikram, and not him. She also reveals the truth: that Bikram did not wish to break his promise to Bala, and it was she who asked Bikram to come to Durga Puja. Bala, heartbroken, realizes his mistakes, and drops Nandita off to let her go back to Bikram and apologizes to her before he leaves. Nandita is then revealed to be an undercover police officer working for Sarkar, who is helping Sarkar to get Bikram and Bala separated and arrested.

Meanwhile, as Bikram gets ready to work together with Sarkar to implicate Bala, he runs into the man who Bala supposedly "killed", and finds out that the man is actually a police officer. Nandita tries to convince Bikram that upon surrendering he will be treated leniently by the law, but Bikram truly believes that the police and the system were responsible for destroying his and Bala's innocence and childhood. Nandita reveals her identity to Bikram, and the bewildered Bikram realizes that Nandita was a part of the trap Sarkar set up to divide Bikram and Bala. When she requests him to surrender, he refuses and goes to reunite himself with Bala.

Himanshu takes Bala deep in the coal mine under the guise of having to meet Dutta, thereby trapping Bala. Himanshu then reveals his true identity: he is the brother of Dibakar, and he had witnessed the murder of his brother at the hands of Bikram and Bala. Himanshu also reveals Nandita's true identity and attempts to kill Bala, but Bikram shows up to rescue Bala, after which Bala kills Himanshu by impaling him. The duo get reunited at last, and Bala asks Bikram for forgiveness. The duo find themselves surrounded by police, spearheaded by Sarkar and Nandita, and decide to make a run for it. After a long chase, Bala and Bikram get cornered by Sarkar and Nandita. Nandita confesses once again to Bikram that she truly loves him and he should surrender, whilst Sarkar also tries to convince Bala to surrender and to begin life anew. But, to their surprise, Bikram and Bala spot a train passing by and start running towards it to catch it. Sarkar and Nandita fire bullets at them, as the film ends with the death of Bikram and Bala and their narrative, saying:

"Khudaa Ke Banday Hain Hum; Hum Gunday The, Gunday Hain, Gunday Rahenge Hum..."

"We Are God's Creations; We Were, We Are, And We'll Always Be Outlaws..."

Ranveer Singh as Bikram Bose
Darshan Gurjar as young Bikram Bose
Arjun Kapoor as Bala Bhattacharya
Jayesh Vijay Kardak as young Bala Bhattacharya
Priyanka Chopra as Nandita Sengupta
Irrfan Khan as A.C.P. Satyajeet Sarkar
Karan Aanand as Dutta
Saurabh Shukla as Kaali Kaka
Pankaj Tripathi as Lateef
Victor Banerjee as DCP of Calcutta
Anant Vidhaat Sharma as Himanshu[8][9][10][11]
Deepraj Rana as Dibakar

In August 2012, Ali Abbas Zafar stated that the film would be titled Gunday and starts in the 1970s with young Bikram and Bala who grow up to be famous goons of Calcutta.[12]

Ranveer Singh and Arjun Kapoor were given the lead roles of Bikram and Bala, Ali Abbas Zafar revealed.[12] Priyanka Chopra as the lead actress, as she would play the love interest of the male actors and special task force agent in later scenes.[13] Zafar also commented that both the lead actors will be seen as Bengali per the way the film is set, during the birth of Bangladesh.[14] Both Ranveer Singh and Arjun Kapoor debuted with YRF banner, with Band Baaja Baaraat and Ishaqzaade, respectively.[15] The actors had undergone physical training to fit their roles.[16] Actor Irrfan Khan was selected for the role of a Police officer in the film where Khan stated "I will be playing a 'larger than life' character in the film".[17] Later, actor Sushant Singh was hired for a cameo role in the film.[18]


The film was primarily shot in Mumbai at Yash Raj Studios followed by long schedule in Kolkata.[19] Lead actor Ranveer Singh got hurt a few times while shooting the film, including twice when shooting the song Jashn-E-Ishqa. He was then hurt when he banged heads with another person. Singh was hurt for a third time, this time on a bigger scale, when he injured his foot. There were two days left, so quite a few sequences in the song were shot with a group of people holding Singh's injured foot while he performed his moves.[20] Singh also injured himself while shooting after falling from height; he was rushed to the nearest hospital.[21] During filming in Kolkata, some old native professionals were hired to create the set for the Durga Puja song sequence under the Howrah Bridge to give it a realistic look of the 1980s.[22] Part of the song Jashn-E-Ishqa was shot on the Howrah Bridge, with Ranveer, Arjun, and a gang of bikers. The sequence, as Ranveer said, was "not easy to execute, the team was under a lot of pressure [and] we only had a very specific time slot. We literally blocked all the traffic on Howrah Bridge. There was a lot of stress. But, we lucked out of it."[20] The film unit had been shooting at Khottadih Colliery area, Asansol-Durgapur Police area of Eastern Coalfields Limited. Four people, including three crew members, on their way to the shoot were injured when the Toyota Innova they were travelling in collided head-on with a truck on NH-2 near Bansra in Raniganj Police Station area on 21 September 2013. The truck driver fled but both the vehicles were seized. The production team turned back to Mumbai for the shoot after finishing schedule in Kolkata.[23] Priyanka Chopra had done a Cabaret number named Aslaam-E-Ishqum in the movie.[24][25] Also the song Jiya has been filmed at locations around in Oman as a part of movies last schedule.[26] Bappi Lahiri worked with Yash Raj Films for the first time for this movie.[27] The film was edited by Rameshwar S. Bhagat.

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