Taxi No. 9 2 11: Nau Do Gyarah (2006)

 ●  Hindi ● 1 hr 52 mins

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Raghav Shastri (Nana Patekar), an Insurance Salesman to the world, but a caustic, instinctively witty cabbie in reality, who needs thirty thousand rupees by the end of the day. 
Jai Mittal (John Abraham), the equally acidic heir to a resourceful business family, who needs a bit more. Three hundred crores actually. Also by the end of the day Jai needs to contest his father’s will in court and needs Raghu’s cab to get there. Raghu needs every rich client he can get as a passenger so the two meet. And a predictable cab ride kicks off a roller-coaster journey that depicts a contrasting tale in which on either side of the seat that divides them, are two problems that arise from diametrically opposed perspectives of life.
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Cast: John Abraham, Sonali Kulkarni

Crew: Milan Luthria (Director), Kartik Vijay (Director of Photography), Shekhar Ravjiani (Music Director), Vishal Dadlani (Music Director)

Rating: U/A (India)

Genres: Comedy, Drama, Thriller

Release Dates: 24 Feb 2006 (India)

Tagline: A big shot, a big mouth, keep safe distance.

Hindi Name: टैक्सी न. ९ २ ११: नौ दो ग्यारह

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Did you know? This movie was inspired from the Hollywood movie 'Changing Lanes', with John Abraham playing Ben Affleck's role and Nana Patekar portraying Samuel L Jackson's role in this Hindi version. Read More
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as Jai S. Mittal
as Sunita R. Shastri
as Havaldar
as Shyam Mittal
as Rishabh R. Shastri
as Inspector - Khar Police Station
as Cyrus Batliwala
as Judge
as Raghav M. 'Raghu' Shastri
as Advocate Shivraj Behl
as Driver
as Car owner
as Rupali
as Narrator
as Tiwari
as Arjun Bajaj
as Rupali's mother

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Film Type:
Feature Film
Language:
Hindi
Colour Info:
Color
Sound Mix:
Dolby Digital
Frame Rate:
24 fps
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1
Stereoscopy:
No
Archival Source:
QubeVault (Real Image Media Technologies)
Tracklist
Music Label: Saregama India Limited
03 
Playback Singer: Adnan Sami
04 
Playback Singer: Shekhar Ravjiani
06 
Playback Singer: Shaan Mukherjee
Taglines:
A big shot, a big mouth, keep safe distance.
Meter down.
A taxi driver and a rich man engage in a game of cat-and-mouse after a car accident.
Goofs:
Character Error
When Sonali Kulkarni buys tickets for Nasik she asks for two tickets for the 9 pm train but later when Nana Patekar is in John Abraham's house he says my wife is going to Nasik by the 11:30 pm train.

Continuity
After Jai Mittal leaves the court in a car, we can see the same arch of the BMC building in the background twice.

Continuity
In the taxi, Nana applies the brakes, John falls forwards and still has his chain around his neck. In the next scene he remembers that he lost his chain during the incident.

Errors in Geography
The Old Gothic building used as the Mumbai High Court is actually the St Xavier's technical institute on Mahanagr Plaika Marg, Mumbai.
Trivia:
Actress Priyanka Chopra plays a special cameo at the end of the film, hinting that she is John's new girlfriend in the movie.

The account number of John Abraham's character, Jai Mittal, is 1129, which is 9211 backwards.

Taxi No. 9 2 11: Nau Do Gyarah marks the comeback of actress Sonali Kulkarni in Hindi, who was last seen in 'Danav'.

The movie was remade in Tamil as 'TN 07 AL 4777', and in Telugu as 'Game', with Mohan Babu and his son Vishnu Babu.

The very first movie soundtrack for which music composer Bappi Lahiri has sung for someone else besides himself.

This movie was inspired from the Hollywood movie 'Changing Lanes', with John Abraham playing Ben Affleck's role and Nana Patekar portraying Samuel L Jackson's role in this Hindi version.
Movie Connection(s):
Referenced in: No One Killed Jessica (Hindi)
References: Maine Pyaar Kyun Kiya (Hindi)
References: Lahu Ke Do Rang (Hindi)
References: Sholay (Hindi)
Remade as: Game (Telugu)