These are the movies that have marked the coming of age of Bollywood in the 2000s. At various parts of the movie you can't miss getting the feeling that the director is an ardent fan of Tarantino.
Arshad Warsi and Sandhya Mridul have lived up to their reputation of outstanding yet underrated performances. The film is very well-made, and leaves space for awesome lines amidst intense gang warfare (which, among other incidents, includes the murder of Kailash Kher portraying himself). The way in which underground Mumbai is portrayed, with violent excerpts filling in between hillarious yet brutal characterisations can be considered peerless.
Among the supporting cast, Pratima Kazmi has pulled off a splendid performance that might have won her awards, had the movie been noticed by many. But the person who perhaps stole the show was Prashant Narayanan, matching Arshad Warsi scene by scene with his remarkable show.