Akshay Kumar Super Hit Full Action Movie Full Hindi Movie | Bollywood Full HD | Rowdy Rathore

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Neha Sharma
03 Dec 2021

Akshay Kumar Super Hit Full Action Movie Full Hindi Movie | Bollywood Full HD | Rowdy Rathore
Rowdy Rathore is a 2012 Indian Hindi-language action film[3] directed by Prabhu Deva and produced by Sanjay Leela Bhansali and Ronnie Screwvala under the UTV Motion Pictures and Bhansali Productions banners. A remake of the 2006 Telugu blockbuster Vikramarkudu directed by S. S. Rajamouli, based on an original story written by K. V. Vijayendra Prasad, it stars Akshay Kumar in double roles of a brave police officer and thief.[4] The film also features Sonakshi Sinha, Gurdeep Kohli, Yashpal Sharma and Paresh Ganatra in supporting roles, while Nassar portrays the main antagonist and Tamil actor Vijay makes a special appearance.[5]

Filmed primarily in Mumbai and Hampi on a budget of ₹180 crore,[6] Rowdy Rathore was released worldwide on 1 June 2012. Its music was composed by Sajid–Wajid.[7] It opened to extremely mixed reviews, but became one of the highest-grossing Indian films. The film was declared a blockbuster at the domestic and worldwide box office,[8] with worldwide earnings of over ₹218.39 crore (US$31 million).
Shivam "Shiva" Bhardwaj (Akshay Kumar) is a small-time thief in Mumbai who falls in love with Paro (Sonakshi Sinha) from Patna, after pinching her hip and caressing it, to which she squeals. He tells her the truth about being a thief and resolves to give up crime because he loves Paro dearly. Before that, he decides to commit a large robbery along with his con-friend 2G, which would enable him to earn a lot of money so he can give up the crime life. He also "tricks" a woman on a railway station and flees with a trunk. This leads Shiva to Chinki, a little girl who was in the trunk instead of the wealth he thought was there. Chinki thinks that he is her father. Puzzled, he is forced to keep Chinki with him, as a police officer Vishal Sharma (Yashpal Sharma) keeps his eye on him.

Shiva fears Paro will catch him with Chinki, and he will lose her forever. He finds a photo of Chinki and her father, who looks exactly like Shiva, thus realizing why Chinki thinks Shiva is her father. It is revealed that Chinki's father is Vikram Singh Rathod ( Akshay Kumar ), a brave police officer who criminals fear. While chasing a goon to find his daughter, Vikram gets hit by an auto, and his brain endures severe trauma.

After a few days, Shiva gets fed up with Chinki and breaks the tape recorder she uses to listen to her late mother's voice. The next morning, he learns that her mother died. Feeling guilty, he fixes the recorder and becomes fond of Chinki, taking care of her. Unfortunately, Paro sees this and believes he has a daughter that he hid from her, and Paro leaves for Patna heartbroken. Soon, the goons who are after Vikram see Shiva. Thinking he is Vikram, they start chasing him. Shiva and Chinki flee for their lives and encounter the woman from the railway station, who tells Shiva to run. Shiva is soon surrounded by the goons. It is revealed that Vikram is watching the whole thing from the top of a building. Just as Shiva is about to get stabbed, Vikram jumps down, killing one of the goons.

Shiva and the goons are shocked to see the identical-looking Vikram. Vikram locks Shiva and Chinki in a cell for safety and starts fighting the goons. His brain injury gets worse, but he eventually kills every goon by himself.

At the hospital, Shiva realizes that the railway station woman is, in fact, a real police officer, Inspector Razia Khan. The officers tell Shiva that the man who looks like him is Assistant supridendent Vikram Singh Rathod, a disciplined and respected police officer.
Akshay Kumar as Shiva / ASP Vikram Singh Rathod (Double role)
Sonakshi Sinha as Paro Bharadwaj; Shiva's Girlfriend later on Wife
Ananya Nayak as Chinki Singh Rathod / Chinki Bharadwaj ; Vikram's daughter
Paresh Ganatra as 2G ( Shiva's friend )
Nassar as Baapji
Supreeth Reddy as Titla ( younger brother of Baapji )
Yashpal Sharma as Inspector Vishal Sharma
Jaswinder Gardner as Nirmala Sharma, Vishal Sharma’s wife
Saniya Anklesaria as Inspector Vishal Sharma's daughter
Meet Mukhi as Inspector Vishal Sharma's son[10]
Gurdeep Kohli as Inspector Razia Khan
Raj Arjun as Jagdish
Mushtaq Khan as Baapji's brother-in-law
Amit Tiwari as Munna (Baapji's son)
Anant Jog as Minister
Darshan Jariwala as DGP Suraj Prakash
Pooja Rawal as Mrs. Rathod (in the photo)
Shireesh Sharma as Paro's father
Shruti Bapna as Paro's friend in the song "Chammak Challo"
Ashok Samarth as Babu
Special appearances
Vijay as himself in song "Chinta Ta Ta Chita Chita"[11][12]
Kareena Kapoor Khan as herself in the song "Chinta Ta Ta Chita Chita"
Prabhu Deva as himself in the song "Chinta Ta Ta Chita Chita"
Mumaith Khan as a village dancer; item number "Aa Re Pritam Pyare"
Maryam Zakaria as a village dancer; item number "Aa Re Pritam Pyare"
Shakti Mohan as a village dancer; item number "Aa Re Pritam Pyare"

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