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D-Day Dvd

Intelligence officer Wali Khan and a team of highly-trained officers are set to nab Goldman, one of India’s most wanted terrorists. However, their mission is threatened by a minor miscalculation.

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D-Day is a 2013 Indian Hindi-language action thriller film co-produced by DAR motion pictures and Emmay Entertainment. The movie is directed by Nikhil Advani and stars Arjun Rampal, Huma Qureshi, Irrfan Khan, Shruti Haasan and Rishi Kapoor in prominent roles. The film was released on 19 July 2013 to generally positive reception.


Agent Wali Khan, appointed by the Chief of Indian intelligence agency Research and Analysis Wing (RAW), Ashwini Rao, has been on a mission for nine years to keep an eye out for the activities of India’s most wanted D-Company leader, Goldman while working as a local barber as a cover. One day he notices Goldman talking about his son’s wedding cards to people in the mosque where he prays and comes to know that his son is getting married and Goldman is breaking his security protocol to attend that. The same is confirmed by an ISI operative who works part-time as Goldman’s bodyguard and is a neighbor and friend of Wali though he doesn’t know the truth about Wali’s connections to Indian Intelligence. Sensing a chance to nab Goldman alive, he informs Ashwini about the same who assembles a team quickly – Ex-Indian Army officer and mercenary, Rudra Pratap Singh, RAW’s explosives expert, Zoya Rehman, and Aslam, a Mumbai thief and a murderer who was given a chance at freedom by participating in this mission.

On the day of the wedding, Wali sees his wife and son off at the airport, as they are to fly to London. Wali goes home and stages his family’s death in the hopes that the ISI will not put them in harm’s way and he can join them after the mission is accomplished. However, all flights to Europe are cancelled, stranding Wali’s wife and son at the airport. When Wali’s wife calls up Wali his phone is switched off and she learns her house is on fire. Disturbed and upset about not being able to locate Wali, she informs the airport security about the same. The airport security personnel runs a check to see and discovers that three bodies have been recovered. Suspicious at the coverup he summons the ISI. The ISI, while questioning Nafisa and her son Kabir, notices Kabir holding pencils that belong to the same hotel where Goldman’s son is about to get married. When asked Kabir informs that the pencils were given to him by Wali a few days ago. Realizing that Wali is an operative out to get Goldman, ISI alerts their counterparts at the wedding. As a result, Wali, Rudra, Zoya, and Aslam’s plan to capture Goldman is in jeopardy. Goldman escapes unscathed and the four agents have to go into hiding. Embarrassed at the failure of their operation, the Indian government disavows the four agents; only Ashwini stands by them, but he is forced to resign. Aslam is captured and tortured by Goldman’s nephew when he tries to escape through the Karachi docks. He is rescued by Rudra, who was trying to take revenge on Goldman’s nephew for murdering Rudra’s lover, Suraiya, a Pakistani prostitute. Upon hearing that Wali’s wife has died and that his son is in ISI custody, the four agents decide to find a way to complete their mission, despite the government having abandoned them.

The ISI decides that Goldman is too much of a liability to continue protecting further, so they decide to kill him. Before they can, the four RAW agents take out the ISI and take Goldman hostage. Wali notifies Ashwini, who works to find them a safe route out of Pakistan. Goldman taunts Wali by telling him that his wife and son are actually still alive, and that he can arrange their reunion. Wali is torn between accepting Goldman’s help and completing his mission, to the point where he shoots Rudra to take control of the group. Ashwini asks them to be at Checkpost 35 before 6a.m. At the same time, Wali arranges a meeting with ISI, proposing an exchange of Goldman for his wife and child. After tying Rudra up and disarming Zoya, Wali leaves with Goldman. Zoya then frees Rudra and they follow Wali.

Wali drives to Checkpost 40 but is shot dead by Pakistani forces, who, unbeknownst to Wali, have poisoned and killed his wife and son. As Wali’s car is examined, it is revealed that Wali did not actually bring Goldman with him; he had apparently anticipated the Pakistani betrayal, and had left Goldman in the car that Zoya and Rudra had taken. Through flashbacks, it is revealed that this was a plan hatched by Wali and Rudra in order to get Goldman to cooperate and give Rudra and Zoya time to get Goldman across the border to India. The Pakistani forces give Rudra and Zoya chase and barely miss them before they bring Goldman over the border, where Ashwini is waiting. Once across, Goldman taunts them by saying how nothing has changed in India and he will be released soon and will be able to continue his criminal activities. Rudra shoots Goldman in the left arm & right leg, pulls off his glares & shoots in head, indicating that he is the face of the “New India”.


Irrfan Khan as RAW Agent Wali Khan
Arjun Rampal as Rudra Pratap Singh, A suspended army officer, working as a mercenary
Rishi Kapoor as Iqbal Seth Aka Goldman (character based upon, Dawood Ibrahim)
Huma Qureshi as Zoya Rehman, Explosive Expert
Shruti Haasan as Suraiya, A Pakistani Prostitute
Nassar as Chief of RAW Ashwini Rao
Shriswara as Nafisa, Wali Khan’s wife
Sandeep Kulkarni as Anup Mishra
KK Raina as Gen. Raza
Chandan Roy Sanyal as Goldman’s nephew
Aakash Dahiya as Aslam
Dwij Handa as Kabir, Wali Khan’s son
Imran Hasnee as Saleem Pathan
Nissar Khan as Niyaaz Ahmed
Chetan Motiwala in special appearance as guest in wedding
Anil Maggu as Pakistani politician
Kanika Dang as Fatima
Karan as Goldman’s son
Rashmi as Goldman’s son’s bride
Rajpal Yadav as Sufi singer in a friendly appearance
Jehangir Karkaria as father-in-law
Manish Khanna as Sharyar Bhatti
Ashwini Dhar as Khurram Mirza
Praveena Deshpande as Sumitra, Ashwini Rao’s wife
Niranjan Iyengar as Mosque care-taker
Savi Sidhu as K.S. Lodhi
Libert as Laxman Sivaraman
Sanjay as MEA Minister
J.Tanna as Vicky Thakur
Pathan as Goldman’s bodyguard
Raees as Azhar
Satyabrat Chakravarty as Dipankar Ghosh
Mukesh Singh as Lodge care-taker
Amin Arif as Broker
Arya Chaurasia as ISI Official
Ram Chandra Thakur as Airport Official
Manoj Sharma as BSF Director
Garvita Sharma as News reporter
Baba Khan as trawler captain
Sunil Singh as ISI head
Maryam Zakaria as Item number “Ek Ghadi”
Asif Silavat Cop at airport
Gurnam Singh Dhaliwal Bodyguard at mosque
Rajkumar Rao Moin


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