Taxi Number 9211 (2006)




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A crabby cab driver and an arrogant yuppie become locked in a battle of wills in director Milan Luthria's caustically hilarious comedy thriller. Raghu (Nana Patekar) is a temperamental working stiff whose penchant for getting fired has become an endless source of frustration to fed-up wife Sunita (Sonali Kulkarni). With only twenty-four hours to pay off a lingering debt of 30,000 rupees, Raghu reluctantly accepts a job as a taxi driver without his wife's approval. His cab hailed by wealthy playboy Jai (John Abraham), who is on his way to contest his late father's will, Raghu spots a ready opportunity to earn some quick extra cash. It seems that despite being completely shut out of his departed dad's revised will, the original document - stored in a nearby safe deposit box - favors him for a serious inheritance. When the cab crashes and the key to the safe deposit box goes missing, Jai panics. Though Raghu eventually finds the key, he refuses to hand it over to the man he views as a silver spoon brat as Jai embarks on a relentless quest to re-acquire what is rightfully his and walk away a rich man. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi


Critic Reviews for Taxi Number 9211

All Critics (3) | Top Critics (2)

A generally gripping drama about an ornery cab driver and a ruthless yuppie.

Apr 3, 2006 | Full Review…
Top Critic

Crisp, fast editing and some expert sound effects goose this clash of social opposites as it escalates into a slapstick battle of wits.

Mar 2, 2006 | Full Review…

The central characters represent two distinct lives and lifestyles of Mumbai, the upmarket high-rises against the low-brow chawls. Needless to say, the actors are tailored for their roles.

Jan 10, 2019 | Rating: 2/4 | Full Review…

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