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Shanghai 2012

Crime, Thriller
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A small town somewhere in India is poised to become the next Shanghai. Billions of dollars are being poured into an upcoming International Business Park. On the eve of its launch a drunk truck driver mows down a prominent social activist. A lone girl believes it to be a murder, supported by a porn film maker who claims to have the proof that will bring the government down. A high ranking bureaucrat is brought in to investigate the accident. Shanghai, a political thriller, follows the journey of these unlikely heroes as they come together to find justice in the labyrinth of Indian democracy.

Release Date: 07 Jun, 2012

Language: N/A

Star Cast:Emraan Hashmi, Abhay Deol, Prasenjit Chatterjee, Kalki Koechlin

Director:Dibakar Banerjee

Writer:Vasilis Vasilikos, Urmi Juvekar

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