Saheb, Biwi aur Gangster (Hindi: साहेब बीवी और गैंगस्टर; English: The Master, The Wife and The Gangster) is a 2011 Bollywood romantic thriller drama film directed by Tigmanshu Dhulia and starring Jimmy Shergill, Mahie Gill, and Randeep Hooda in lead roles. The film released on September 30, 2011, and received an extremely positive response from critics, but was a moderate success at the box office. The film tells story about a royal family of U.P., but the film was shot at Devgadh Baria, a princely town situated in Gujarat. A sequel was later made in 2013, which also received huge critical acclaim
SynopsisBased in a small town in the Northern part of India, Sahib Biwi Aur Gangster is a story packed with intrigue betrayal and ambition between a beautiful Begum, her Nawab husband and an ambitious young man.
The Nawab and his Begum live in their ancestral royal house trying to maintain the status and structure their ancestors had left behind. But due to the changing times, some extreme financial conditions and the long gone habit of a royal having a mistress, the Nawab tries real hard to maintain his status and financial conditions.
His rival political party, belonging to Gainda Singh, is on a constant mission to eliminate the Nawab and his allies, to get a hold of the administration, which has been with this royal family for decades. Eventually leaving him with just one ally-Kanahiya who is Saheb's most trusted and dangerous servant.
Due to the Nawab's interest in his beautiful mistress, Begum suffers from the lack of his attention and tries to get him to come back to her. The Nawab starts taking contract killing assignments to be able to cope up with his lifestyle and to be able to get a stronger hold over his political situation while campaigning for the elections, which becomes a difficult battle considering the loss of his allies and deteriorating financial situation.
The drama deepens when the same rival gang plant Babloo, to get information and plot the Nawab's killing, as the temporary driver for Begum.
Begum saddened by the lack of her husband's attention and slightly hysterical due to the same gets into a sexual relationship with Babloo who seems to be giving more of his time to her.
In this process, Babblo falls deeply in love with the Begum and confesses his assignment in front of the Nawab. The Begum uses Babloo to get the mistress killed to gain her husband. Babloo manages to fulfill her demand but in turn gets ambitious, wanting the begum and the power which Saheb now holds for himself
- Jimmy Shergill as Aditya Pratap Singh
- Mahie Gill as Madhavi Devi
- Randeep Hooda as Lalit/Babloo
- Vipin Sharma as Gaindha Singh
- Deepraj Rana as Kanhaiya
- Shreya Narayan as Mahua
- Deepal Shaw as Suman
- Mukesh Tyagi as Jaiswal
- Sharad Kakkar as Tandon
- Mukti Mohan (special appearance)
ProductionThe film has been made at budget is 4 Crores
Music Song Tracklist
|1.||"Chu Chu Chu"||Sunil Bhatia||Parthiv Gohil||4:18|
|2.||"Jugni"||Jaidev Kumar||Babbu Mann||5:29|
|3.||"Main Ek Bhanwara"||Amit Sial||Shail Hada||4:33|
|4.||"I Love To Love You"||Anuj Garg||Rekha Bhardwaj||4:45|
|5.||"Saheb Bada Hathila"||Ankit Tiwari||Vipin Aneja, Ankit Tiwari||5:08|
|6.||"Ankhian"||Mukhtar Sahota||Arif Lohar||4:30|
|7.||"Raat Mujhe"||Abhishek Ray||Shreya Goshal||3:20|
|8.||"Chu Chu Chu (Acoustic)"||Sunil Bhatia||Debojit Saha||4:18|