Tagline: Every hour, every minute, every second... counts.
Hindi Name: दस
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Did you know? The film is a tribute to celebrated director Mukul S. Anand, who had died while filming the 1997 incomplete film of the same name, and which had also starred Sanjay Dutt in the lead role. Read More
Continuity Aditi (Shilpa Shetty)'s tattoo of the bat on her back disappears and reappears many times.
Continuity When Sanjay Dutt and all come to leave Abhishek and Zayed in the airport, When Abhishek goes to smoke he is clean shaved, but in the end when they show the scene again he has beard.
Continuity In most of the film, Suneil Shetty has short hair but suddenly in several portions of the climax he has long hair, which the director tries to hide by shooting his scenes in extreme close ups
While the cast were shooting in Canada, a newspaper published an article accusing Sanjay Dutt of being a terrorist. Whether the article was a genuine claim or was done to promote circulation is not known, but it distressed Dutt so much that he canceled everything and flew back home - thus losing five days' work.
This film is inspired by the 1995 Hollywood blockbuster "The Usual Suspects". Though the entire movie differs in its screenplay, the characterization of Pankaj Kapoor bears resemblance to the character played by Kevin Spacey and the twist of the movie bears similarity.
The main incident in the movie was to take place on the 10th of May, based on which the name of the film was chosen.
The film is a tribute to celebrated director Mukul S. Anand, who had died while filming the 1997 incomplete film of the same name, and which had also starred Sanjay Dutt in the lead role.
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