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Bollywood films that revolved around #BlackMoney
Madhur Bhandakar's 'Corporate' starring Bipasha Basu, Kay Kay Menon and many more witnessed a gamble of suitcases filled with money. The corporate world is competitive, but so competitive that employees could be bought with the power of money. This is something that proved to be as an eye-opener in this film.
The title of this film speaks for itself. Directed by Vishal Mahadkar, 'Blood Money' starred Kunal Kemmu in the lead role. His character unknowingly gets involved in all the illegal activities dealing with money. Of course, the money that operates below the table with ease.
In the film 'Jannat', Emraan Hashmi played the role of a bookie who had a damn good luck with his instincts in the game of cricket. He minted money with all the wrong means and then he had to pay for it.
'Kala Bazaar' in itself means black market and well, the film starring Anil Kapoor and Jackie Shroff was all about black money. This film had a famous song called 'Paisa bolta hai' which means money speaks and it was true, as money could actually buy anything in this film, even human beings.
'Knock Out' starring Sanjay Dutt, Irrfan Khan and Kangana Ranaut had so much to deal with all the black money hidden in Swiss accounts. A businessman is held at a gun point and then the gamble of money takes place. The film highlights a lot about the corruption that prevails in India.
Akshay Kumar's 'Special 26' was a masterpiece. A gang of con-artistes raid the business of those who have tons of black money hidden, by posing as CBI officers. Akshay and his team did a fantastic job in the film.
In 'Singham Returns', Ajay Devgn played the role of that honest police officer who is determined to bring an end to the black money racket run by film's antagonist, played by Amol Gupte. The film did highlight the corruption that prevails in politics.
'Gabbar is Back'
'Gabbar Is Back' starring Akshay Kumar also revolved around the corruption. Gabbar aka Akshay Kumar is that vigilant who manages to become a hero in the eyes of nationals as he is the one to uncover all the wrongdoings in the system. Dialogues like "Rishvat nariyal jaisa ho gaya hai ... har kaam se pehle dono ka chadhava zaroori hai" and "Pachas pachas kos dur jab koi rishvat leta hai toh sab kehte hai mat le varna ... Gabbar aa jayega" did capture the essence of the film, protest against black money, nicely.
May be not entirely, but Salman Khan's 'Kick' had a backdrop of black money being withheld by the powerful. Salman Khan, in this film, robs this money and uses it for charity.
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