Maqbool

2003, Crime/Drama, 2h 14m

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In Mumbai's criminal underworld, the lord of all lords is Jahangir Khan (Pankaj Kapoor). Those loyal to him include Maqbool (Irfan Khan), his chief. But Maqbool is in love with Nimmi (Tabu), Jahangir's mistress, who convinces him to be ambitious and take over the empire. After maneuvering potential rivals out of the way, Maqbool betrays Jahangir, murdering him in his own bed. However, it isn't long before both Maqbool and Nimmi are haunted by the ghosts of their treacherous deeds.

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  • Dec 07, 2010
    In "Maqbool," things are looking up for Miyan Maqbool(Irrfan Khan), a henchman of Abbaji(Pankaj Kapur), a crime lord in Mumbai, after he helps out in an attack against a rival gang in retaliation for the murder of Abbaji's brother. For his services, Maqbool is promoted to overseeing the gang's interests in Bollywood. The corrupt Inspector Pandit(Om Puri) predicts that this is only the beginning of his rise and his partner Purohit(Naseeruddin Shah) confirms that he is never wrong. Anyway, Maqbool is dissatisfied at his latest assignment which matches the unhappiness of Abbaji's mistress Nimmi(Tabu) who is starting to come on to him, saying how tired she is of Abbaji... "Maqbool" is a satisfactory take on Shakespeare's Macbeth that is stolen by Om Puri and Naseeruddin Shah playing a combination comic relief/Greek chorus. The movie is rather slowly paced for its first half(And Maqbool should not be freaking out until the deed is done.), taking too much time to set up the events of the second half. In other words, what comes around, goes around. Abbaji knows this but does Maqbool? Despite my lacking much knowledge of Indian traditions, I would say that this version's moral is centered around loyalty and that there are certain lines that should never be crossed. (Originally reviewed in the blog section on July 28, 2009.)
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