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18 May 2012         action and thriller
When police officer Mahadev Bhosale (Sanjay Dutt) is asked by his bosses to form a hit squad to take on the Mumbai underworld, he recruits Shiv Narayan (Rana Daggubati), an honest and brave police officer who had been suspended for an encounter killing. Together, Mahadev, Shiv and others in the ‘Department’ take on Sawatya’s (Vijay Raaz) gang. S
Sadly this is the case with Department, although RGV impresses with his use of cameras and shot c...
Zee News
Department’ is an utter waste of talent!
Komal Nahata
Department is a below-average fare.Watch Department only if you are interested in another unconve...
Taran Adarsh
On the whole, DEPARTMENT is neither novel, nor experimental, but a return to the tried and tested...
Raja Sen
Department takes his increasingly schizoid cinematographic tendencies into a whole other league, ...
Srijana Mitra Das
Losing the plot and three strong stars, Department shoots itself in the foot.


Department%20poster awatya, in spite of many exhortations by his number two, D.K. (Abhimanyu Shekhar Singh), and D.K.’s feisty girlfriend, Naseer (Madhu Shalini), does not hit back at the police. There is another rival gang, lead by one Mohammad Gauri. There is also the gangster-turned-minister, Sarjerao Gaikwad (Amitabh Bachchan), who takes Shiv under his wing after Shiv saves his life at a public rally. Mahadev warns Shiv that Sarjerao is just using him. After a certain turn of events, it is exposed that Mahadev is actually working for Mohammad Gauri and is, at the ganglord’s behest, finishing off Sawatya’s gang. While Shiv declines to be a part of Mahadev’s corrupt world, and Mahadev agrees to let him be, things start falling apart between the mentor and the apprentice when Shiv starts taking on a sub-gang formed by D.K., under Mahadev’s protection. Director:
Writers: Stars:
Amitabh Bachchan,
Sanjay Dutt,
Rana Daggubati,
Lakshmi Manchu,
Anjana Sukhani,
Vijay Raaz,
Abhimanyu Singh,
Madhu Shalini,
Nathalia Kaur,
1.5/5 stars from 4 users. Reviews: 4.