| Director||Anand Kumar|
| Music||Amjad Bagadba, Nadeem Khan 1, Bappa Lahiri|
| Writer||Vinay Sharma|
| Lyrics||Shabbir Ahmed|
| Release Date||22-Feb-2013|
| Cast||Sanjay Dutt, Arshad Warsi, Vivek Oberoi, Paresh Rawal, Minissha Lamba, Ravi Kissen, Charme Kaur, Divya Dutta, Chandrachur Singh, Ashutosh Rana, Sunil Grover Eijaz Khan, Shriya Saran, Geeta Basra|
Movie Review:- Zila Ghaziabad is based on the Gujjar gang wars that took place in 90s Ghaziabad. ‘Zila Ghaziabad’ narrates a real-life gang-war tale of the nineties which involved two powerful gangs led by Satbir Gujjar (Vivek Oberoi) and Mahendra Fauji (Arshad Warsi). Fauji is a right-hand henchman of Ghaziabad’s political figure played by Paresh Rawal who is often referred to as ‘Chairman’. On the other hand, there is Satbir, a school teacher by profession with idealistic views, he is Chairman’s would-be son-in-law. Now, when the Chairman refuses to cough up too much money for the marriage of Fauji’s sister, his greedy and crafty brother-in-law takes advantage of the opportunity to incite Fauji against Satbir.
Direction, Performance and Music:- Vivek Oberoi plays his part well and looks good as the honest and sophisticate gangster while Arshad Warsi looks apt and plays his role with sincerity. Arshad speaks the local dialect really well and is specially good in the confrontational scenes with Sanjay Dutt. Zilla Ghaziabad is supposedly an action entertainer we have all the fight sequences shot in an over the top manner. Songs of the movie are just about OK.
Overall:- Well, watch it only and only if you don’t have anything more interesting to do this weekend.
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