The Stoneman Murders (2009)

 ●  Hindi ● 1 hr 35 mins

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After the sudden death of a suspect in custody, Sub-Inspector Sanjay Shellar from Bombay's Special Crime Unit gets suspended. Shortly thereafter the police come across a recently deceased corpse of a homeless person, treat it as a random killing and close the file. But when more pavement dwellers are killed only between the hours of 10 PM and 4 AM in the Sion - Matunga Harbor Line area on Tuesdays and Saturdays, they review their decision and conclude this to be the work of a serial killer. Sanjay approaches A.I.G. Satam and pleads with him to handle this incident but is told that he cannot do so as he has been fired. When he insists, Satam asks him to do this on his own, and if successful, he will approach Mantralaya and have him reinstated. A grateful Sanjay commences his investigation - not aware that soon he will himself become a suspect after police come across evidence linking him to these killings.

Cast: Arbaaz Khan, Kay Kay Menon, Rukhsar Rehman

Crew: Manish Gupta (Director), Srikanth Naroj (Director of Photography), Suhash Kulkarni (Music Director)

Rating: U/A (India)

Genres: Crime, Drama, Mystery

Release Dates: 13 Feb 2009 (India)

Hindi Name: थे स्टोनमैन मर्डर्स

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Did you know? The film is based on the real-life Stoneman serial killings in the early 1980s in Bombay. Read More
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as SI Kedar
as SI Sanjay Shellar
as Manali S Shellar
as Hawaldar
as Musician in the Bar
as Beggar Girl
as Police Psychiatrist
as Hawaldar
as Hawaldar Kamble
as Sanjay's Daughter


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Sound Mix:
Dolby Digital
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24 fps
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2.35:1, 2.39:1 (Scope)
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The film is based on the real-life Stoneman serial killings in the early 1980s in Bombay.

The crew often waited until late night before rolling the camera since they needed all modern vehicles off the roads. Often some vehicles remained parked on the road and had to be covered by black tarpaulins.

The contemporary posters and advertisements were hidden by 1980s style advertisements and film posters that were sourced out painstakingly by the art director from obscure scrap dealing shops.