Kick is a 2014 Indian Hindi-language action film produced and directed by Sajid Nadiadwala under his Nadiadwala Grandson Entertainment banner. It is an official remake of the 2009 Telugu film of the same name. The film stars Salman Khan, Jacqueline Fernandez, Randeep Hooda and Nawazuddin Siddiqui. The screenplay was adapted by Nadiadwala and Chetan Bhagat. The film released on Eid-Ul-Fitr 25 July 2014 in about 5,000 screens worldwide.
Shaina Mehra (Jacqueline Fernandez) is a psychiatrist living in Warsaw, Poland. Her father Brijesh Mehra (Saurabh Shukla) brings a marriage proposal and asks her to meet Himanshu Tyagi (Randeep Hooda). Himanshu and Shaina meet in a train, where Shaina reveals that she had an ex-boyfriend named Devi Lal Singh (Salman Khan) and talks about her crazy experiences with him.
Devi is an intelligent, adventurous man who is always looking for a “kick” in his life. When Shaina meets Devi, she is trying to help her friend, Vidhi (Sumona Chakravarti), elope with her lover who is Devi’s friend. Devi gets them married in a temple, but also helps her mother follow them and reach the temple for “kick”. Shaina meets Devi’s father Ratan Lal Singh (Mithun Chakraborty) and his mother Rati (Archana Puran Singh). Devi and Shaina date and fall in love. On Shaina’s suggestion, Devi accepts a job in a chemical lab, but resigns in a few days suffering from the lack of “kick”. Shaina scolds him and Devi breaks up with her and moves away.
Himanshu, a police officer, shares his experiences with a thief he hates, because he cannot stop him. The robber, called “Devil”, targets the rich people associated with Shiv Gajra (Nawazuddin Siddiqui), a corrupt businessman, and robs them. The robber is none other than Devi. When Himanshu is unsuccessful in catching Devil, Devi contacts Himanshu and refers to him as a partner and insults him by calling him a loser which is actually a clue that Devi gives Himanshu.
Shaina, in Poland, spots Devi, who has come there for treatment after losing his memory in an accident. Shaina offers to handle Devi’s case and take him home. Devi is acting about his memory loss, his real plan is to befriend and fool Himanshu and rob Shiv, who will be coming to Poland. Devi enters a charity function and robs Shiv, but Himanshu and Shaina discover Devi’s true identity and Devi escapes. Himanshu spots Devi and warns him he will be killed, but Devi says that he will rob a huge party fund on 14 November. Devi dares Himanshu to kill him on the 14th, otherwise Devi will be standing in front of him on 15 November, and he won’t be able to do anything.
In a flashback, Devi’s true intentions and good deeds are revealed by Ratan Lal. He tells Shaina that his son is committing robberies to help poor children who are suffering from diseases. Devi saved a girl named Jhumki after reading a letter in the hands of her dead parents, and got the most powerful “kick” when she smiled at him. When a doctor tells him that several children are suffering from diseases, he saves them by robbing to get money for their treatments, knowing that it will give a lot of “kick”. On 14 November, after fighting Shiv’s henchmen, Devi kills Shiv. Himanshu is set up with officers to shoot Devi, but kids block his shot. 14 November is Children’s Day, and the sick children are going to pray for Devi, after which Himanshu realizes the robberies were for the kids.
On 15 November, Devi joins the police force to catch Devil. He arrives at the police station and stands in front of Himanshu, who is unable to do anything about the situation, therefore completing his challenge. Himanshu is taken off of the case and it is given to Devi, who is now a police officer. Devi then thanks Himanshu, saying that he was never against him, but he is against the corrupt system.
Salman Khan as Devi Lal Singh aka Devil : Shaina’s Lover and a criminal (now Inspector)
Jacqueline Fernandez as Dr. Shaina Mehra : Devi’s Lover and a psychiatrist
Randeep Hooda as ACP Himanshu Tyagi
Nawazuddin Siddiqui as Shiv Gajra / Faroz
Mithun Chakraborty as Ratan Lal Singh
Archana Puran Singh as Rati Singh
Karan Aanand as Anil Sharma
Vipin Sharma as Home Minister Pratap Shinde
Saurabh Shukla as Brijesh Mehra
Kamlesh Gill as Farida Mehra
Sanjay Mishra as Inspector Ramavtaar Rathi
Rajit Kapur as Dr. Jayant Verma
Rocky Verma as Khalid Asgar
Sumona Chakravarti as Vidhi Ajmera
Kavin Dave as Jiggy
Diya Chalwad as Jhumki
Sadiq Abbas Rizvi as Raju
Shivansh Kotia as Jhumki’s friend
Aniket Sharma as Jhumki’s friend
Nargis Fakhri as special appearance in the song “Yaar Na Miley”
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