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Gangs of Wasseypur: A Saga of Revenge and Violence
Gangs of Wasseypur is a 2012 Indian Hindi-language two-part crime film that depicts the power struggles, politics and vengeance between three rival families in the coal mafia of Dhanbad, Jharkhand. The film spans 68 years from 1941 to 2009, and follows the rise and fall of Sardar Khan (Manoj Bajpayee), his sons Danish (Vineet Kumar Singh), Faizal (Nawazuddin Siddiqui) and Definite (Zeishan Quadri), and their enemies Ramadhir Singh (Tigmanshu Dhulia) and Sultan Qureshi (Pankaj Tripathi).
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The film is based on real-life events and characters, and draws inspiration from the folk music, culture and history of the region. The film has an ensemble cast, featuring Richa Chadda, Reema Sen, Huma Qureshi, Piyush Mishra, Jaideep Ahlawat and Rajkummar Rao in supporting roles. The film was produced and directed by Anurag Kashyap, who is known for his realistic and gritty style of filmmaking. The film was written by Zeishan Quadri, who also played the role of Definite in the film.
Part 1: The Origins of the Feud
The first part of the film begins with a prologue in 2004, where a gang of armed men attack the house of Faizal Khan, who is the most powerful gangster in Wasseypur at that time. The film then flashes back to 1941, where Shahid Khan (Jaideep Ahlawat), Faizal's grandfather, works as a coal miner for Ramadhir Singh, who is a British contractor. Shahid Khan also robs trains by impersonating the legendary bandit Sultana Daku, who is the leader of the Qureshi clan. When Ramadhir Singh learns about Shahid Khan's double identity, he banishes him from Wasseypur.
Shahid Khan moves to Dhanbad with his family and works as a hired muscle for a local politician. He also befriends Nasir (Piyush Mishra), who becomes his loyal friend and narrator of the film. Shahid Khan dreams of becoming rich and powerful like Ramadhir Singh, but he is killed by Ramadhir Singh's men during a strike. His son Sardar Khan vows to avenge his father's death and destroy Ramadhir Singh's empire.
Sardar Khan grows up to be a fearless and ruthless gangster, who marries Nagma Khatoon (Richa Chadda) and has three sons with her: Danish, Faizal and Perpendicular. He also has an affair with Durga (Reema Sen), a Bengali woman, and has another son with her: Definite. Sardar Khan wages a war against Ramadhir Singh and his allies, including Sultan Qureshi, who is Sultana Daku's nephew and the leader of the Qureshi clan.
Part 2: The Rise and Fall of Faizal Khan
The second part of the film focuses on the next generation of the Khan family, especially Faizal Khan, who becomes the most influential gangster in Wasseypur after his father's death. Faizal Khan is initially a drug addict and a reluctant criminal, who falls in love with Mohsina Hamid (Huma Qureshi), a film buff and a fashionista. He also has a rivalry with his stepbrother Definite, who is released from jail after serving time for killing a police officer.
Faizal Khan takes over his father's business and expands it to other areas, such as iron scrap, sand mining and contract killing. He also forms alliances with other gangs, such as Shamshad Alam (Rajkummar Rao), who is a politician and a businessman. He also eliminates his enemies, such as Ramadhir Singh, Sultan Qureshi and J.P. Singh (Satya Anand), who is Ramadhir Singh's son and a corrupt politician.
However, Faizal Khan's success also attracts the attention of the law enforcement agencies, who launch a crackdown on his activities. He also faces betrayal from his own family and friends, who conspire to kill him for their own interests. The film ends with a shootout in 2009, where Faizal Khan and his gang are ambushed by Definite and his associates, who are hired by Shamshad Alam. Faizal Khan is killed along with most of his men, while Definite escapes and becomes the new kingpin of Wasseypur.
Critical Reception and Legacy
Gangs of Wasseypur received widespread critical acclaim and was praised for its direction, writing, acting, cinematography, editing, music and realism. The film was screened at several international film festivals, such as the Cannes Film Festival, the Sundance Film Festival, the Toronto International Film Festival and the Sydney Film Festival. The film also won several awards, such as the National Film Award for Best Audiography, the Filmfare Critics Award for Best Film and Best Actress (Richa Chadda), and the Screen Award for Best Supporting Actor (Nawazuddin Siddiqui).
The film is considered to be one of the best Indian films of all time and a cult classic in the genre of gangster films. The film has influenced many filmmakers and actors, who have cited it as an inspiration for their work. The film has also spawned several parodies, memes, references and tributes in popular culture. The film has been preserved in the Academy Film Archive by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.