Rate and Review: Rowdy Rathore DailyStuff Team | June 1, 2012 | Movie Reviews | Comments Loved this Post? :Facebook6Google+2Twitter0 Director: Prabhu Deva Writer: Shiraz Ahmed Stars: Akshay Kumar, Sonakshi Sinha and Nasser Rate and Review Here: Subscribe to our Email Updates for FREE! *Do not forget to verify your email address after clicking "Subscribe Now!" button Share this:FacebookGoogleStumbleUponTwitterEmailMoreLinkedInPinterestRedditPocketPrintLike this:Like Loading... Related Posts Rate and Review: Cocktail Movie Comments | Jul 15, 2012 Rate and Review: Agent Vinod Comments | Mar 23, 2012 Rate and Review: Jannat 2 Comments | May 4, 2012 Rate and Review New Movie: Ek Main Aur Ekk Tu Comments | Feb 9, 2012 About The Author DailyStuff Team DailyStuff.org is India's fastest growing life hacks blog. Follow us on Facebook or on Twitter. Comments Manjari Rindani says: June 4, 2012 at 1:48 am yes a time pass movie..but it is not boring….only the same choreograpy in each and every song is irritating..i would say.. Manjari Rindani says: June 4, 2012 at 1:48 am yes a time pass movie..but it is not boring….only the same choreograpy in each and every song is irritating..i would say.. Apurva Gaglani says: June 3, 2012 at 7:58 am Akshay Kumar is in a double-role in this and one of them perishes. The one who perishes on receiving injuries after fighting with the goon of Patna is the one whose name is Rathore. His mistaken duplicate is by the name Shiva. Shiva is a small time thief who does a playback or a rewind by turning the screw on his head. He keeps fooling his partner played by Paresh Ganatra by often dividing the loot into 3 parts instead of two parts. The story goes from Mumbai to Bihar. The 1st half of the movie is interesting and the 2nd half there is a shift in the linguistic tone to that of a Bihari. The villian in this movie is referred to as Baapji and he is the ruling power in a village in Patna. IPS Vikram Rathore and Shiva take responsibility is challenging him and in finishing his power respectively. The dance sequences in the film are really good. The trademark dialog of the film is "Rathore jo bolta hai wo karta hai or jo woh nahi bolta, woh definitely karta hai."