Kay Kay Menon
is an Indian actor born on 2 October, 1966. He primarily stars in Bollywood movies and is known for his roles in films such as Black Friday, Gulaal, and
The Ghazi Attack
. He has won multiple awards as well.
1. Black Friday
In March of 1993, he confessed to being involved in a plot to bomb Bombay. However, the police dismissed his confession, leading to explosions that caused the loss of 257 lives and injured around 1400 people. As the investigation progressed, it was discovered that RDX explosives had been smuggled into the city with the assistance of customs officials and border police. The mastermind behind this act was Tiger Memon, an individual associated with underworld activities. He sought revenge for the mistreatment of minorities during the Bombay riots. They proposed this attack to retaliate. The arrest and subsequent beating of Asgar Muqadam initiated a police inquiry led by Deputy Commissioner Rakesh Maria. With the arrest of accomplices, those responsible for these acts went into hiding as their passports were destroyed on Memon’s orders. Despite assurances, they received no support from their superiors. Realizing the nature of his actions, Badshah Khan became a witness for the police in November 1993. A charge sheet was filed against 189 individuals involved in this incident, leading to the Central Bureau of Investigation taking over the case.
In the fictional town of Rajpur, law student Dilip befriends the rebellious prince Ransa. Dilip faces brutal ragging at the university, leading to a vengeful alliance with Ransa. They join a separatist movement led by Dukey Banna after facing threats from rivals. Ransa's murder forces Dilip into a rigged university election, where he becomes the general secretary. Meanwhile, he falls for Kiran, his half-sister, and becomes embroiled in a web of deceit. Learning of Kiran's manipulation and her relationship with Dukey, Dilip kills Dukey but cannot harm Kiran. Ultimately, Dilip succumbs to injuries inflicted by Karan's gang, with Karan taking control of the separatist movement, and Kiran mourns her actions.
Haider is a crime thriller movie released in 2014. The plot centers on Haider, who is looking for information regarding his father Hilaal's disappearance and discovers that his uncle Khurram was responsible for everything. An organization commanded by Khurram killed Hilaal. Haider was motivated by a desire for retribution but uncertain due to contradictory feelings. Despite his initial intent to kill Khurram, he decides to spare him after realizing the circle of retaliation. Instead, Haider assassinates his traitors and departs for Pakistan to receive military training. Haider challenges Khurram but decides not to kill him because of his mother Ghazala's warnings about seeking vengeance. Ghazala gives her life to stop Khurram, and Haider chooses to end the cycle of violence by refusing to use it.
Mumbai Nishikant Kamat's 2008 drama film Mumbai Meri Jaan is set in India. The movie centers on the lives of different people affected by the Mumbai train bombings on July 11, 2008. Rupali, a reporter, laments the loss of her fiancé in the explosions while dealing with media manipulation. After surviving the explosions, Nikhil, a conscious executive, struggles with acute stress disorder. As Suresh battles prejudice, police officer Kadam offers advice. Thomas, a street trader, uses false bomb threats but eventually regrets it.
The sequel to the 2008 release of Sarkar, a Hindi political crime drama, was titled Sarkar Raj.
, , and
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan
played the critical actors in the movie, directed by
Ram Gopal Varma
. The film took place two years after Sarkar. The CEO of Shepard Power Plant, Anita Rajan, suggests building a power plant in a remote area of Maharashtra. It is only conceivable, according to Qazi, with Subhash Nagre's (Sarkar's) assistance. Sarkar rejected the notion, but after Shankar persuaded him of the project's advantages for the state, he accepted the proposal.
6. ABCD: Any Body Can Dance
ABCD was released in 2013, directed and choreographed by the great dancer Remo D'Souza.
, and Kay Kay Menon starred in the lead roles. Vishnu (Prabhu Deva) is the choreographer of the dance company, but after a nasty discussion with his friend Jahangir (Kay Kay Menon), he threatens to leave his academy. He came to his friend Gopi (Ganesh Acharya), and with his help, he got to collect the best dancers across the city and decided to train them and make them compete in the Dance Dil Se competition. After the victory in the round, Jahangir realized his fault and praised them. Its sequel, ABCD 2 was released on 19 June 2015, starring
7. A Flying Jatt
A Flying Jatt is the story of Aman, who gains superpowers after an accident. The movie incorporated the superhero genre with religious themes, and turned out to be a light-hearted family film. There are sequences of Aman’s training montages, his rescuing others, and much more. He is not perfect, but he is constantly evolving. He is always not the bravest but has a heart of gold. The villain is played by
of Mad Max: Fury Road.
8. The Ghazi Attack
This intriguing film is set in 1971 and is about the sinking of the PNS Ghazi during the Indo-Pakistani War. The Ghazi Attack demonstrates to the audience the difficulties and difficulties that the soldiers confront underwater and how they handle a crisis. The crew of the INS Karanj worked nonstop until they submerged the Pakistani PNS Ghazi, which proved to be a significant victory for India during the war. All of us have watched films about soldiers battling for Bharat on the ground, but this film highlights the Navy, the other branch of the armed forces.
2015 saw the release of the crime drama Bombay Velvet.
was the director of this movie.
, Ranbeer Kapoor, and
play the leading roles in this movie. Johnny, a commoner eager to make money to woo his love interest, is the primary character of the film. He enters the criminal underworld and runs across issues.
10. Main, Meri Patni Aur Woh
Main, Meri Patni Aur Woh is an Indian film released in 2005. The film stars
, and Kay Kay Menon as the leading actors. The film is about an insecure man and the struggles he faces after his marriage.