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In 1982 when Mumbai mills started shutting down many unemployed young men took to the world of crime one of them being Arun Gawli.Gawli started betting gambling in Matka dens on instance of his friends Rama Naik and Babu Reshim but to earn quick money they gang started killing people for extortion where he finds him in the books of a Don Maqsood Bhai.After death of Babu Reshim ,Rama Naik takes over the gang and runs with Gawli whose fondly called as Daddy and develop rivalry with Maqsood.Gawli marries his sweetheart Zubeida who asks him to give world of crime but Gawli takes over the gang after Rama Naik gets killed by rival gang.
Daddy is based on a true story and is definitely the best crime drama film since Ram Gopal Verma's Company (2002). When I first watched Raees this year, I was a little disappointed by its treatment. The screenplay, art direction and performances looked artificial and larger than life. Since that film was fictional it worked and turned out to be another Bollywood mainstream film. Daddy on the other hand is a classic, indie film. The screenplay is non- linear and perfectly executed. Arjun Rampal and Ashim Ahluwalia's screenplay avoided using glorifying dialogues and unnecessary songs to titillate the senses of Indian audience. The story HAS content unlike many Bollywood mainstreams. I think art direction, that felt realistic and detailed, allowed the performances to translate on the screen well. Arjun Rampal as Arun Gawli was intense and very grounded. The supporting cast members are the real deal though. There was gravitas in their performance, especially Nishikant Kamath who played the cop. Kudos to Jessica Lee Gagne and Pankaj Kumar's cinematography. Arjun Rampal's subject matter and Ashim Ahluwalia's direction has presented us with a gritty crime drama that is thrilling till the very end. Definitely worth watching.
Colin McCormack thinks he has it all - a great job, a steady stream of hot younger guys, and a best friend whose devotion he takes for granted. But when a charming and mercurial intern sweeps him off his feet, Colin sees a chance for something more: A family of his own. What he discovers instead is a shattering secret that may cost Colin everything -- and everyone -- he holds dear. By turns funny, heartbreaking and hopeful, DADDY explores the universal need for love and connection, and the evolving understanding of "family" in today's rapidly changing world. Following a buzz-heavy world premiere in New York and an extended run in LA, the critical smash play by actor Dan Via is now coming to the big screen, directed by Gerald McCullouch. (Source: www.imdb.com)