- Movie Director: Prakash Jha
- Cast and Crew: Arjun Rampal, Esha Gupta, Manoj Bajpayee, Kabir Bedi, Om Puri, Anjali Patil, Abhay Deol
- Releasing Date: October 24, 2012
- Music Composers: Salim-Sulaiman, Aadesh Shrivastava, Shantanu Moitra, Sandesh Shandilya, Vijay Verma
- Lyricist: Irshad Kamil, Panchhi Jalonvi, Ashish Sahu, AM Turaz
- Production House: Prakash Jha Productions, Eros International Media Ltd
- Fun Fact: This socio-political thriller was promoted in a unique way by launching an online comic series. The first episode of the series, 'The Sohble Encounters', started with a bunch of youngsters rounded up from a party by Inspector Sohble (a dig at Inspector Dhoble).
- Why it Made News: The song 'Tata, Birla, Ambani aur Bata' from this film had run into trouble with the Censor Board. However, it was passed after a disclaimer saying these names have been used symbolically and it does not mean any harm or disrespect to any individual or brand.
A social commentary on the issue of naxalites, this film was released on Durga Puja. After a massacre of 84 policemen, Adil Khan (Arjun Rampal), is posted to Nandighat where he discovers that the Maoists effectively control the area. Lead by Rajan (Manoj Bajpayee), the Maoists thwart all of Adil’s effort repeatedly and he soon feels helpless. To his rescue comes his loyal friend Kabir (Abhay Deol) who infiltrate Rajan’s group and becomes Adil’s informer. With Kabir’s intelligence, Adil starts attacking the Maoists and eventually succeeds in capturing Rajan. However, Kabir discovers a different reality of the tribe and realises how they are exploited by their own government that forces them to be their own guards by holding a gun. Kabir is thus left in a Chakravyuh as to whom to support. A series of events hurtle him to make a difficult choice of getting into a war with his own friend Adil.