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NH 10 (एन हेच 10) 2015

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BannerPhantom Films, Clean Slate Films
DirectorNavdeep Singh
WriterSudip Sharma
ProducerVikramaditya Motwane, Anurag Kashyap, Vikas Bahl, Anushka Sharma, Sunil Lulla, Krishika Lulla, Karnesh Sharma
Music DirectorBann Chakraborty, Sanjeev-Darshan, Ayush Shrestha, Savera Mehta, Samira Koppikar
CinematographyArvind Kannabiran
Film EditingJabeen Merchant
Art Director
Camera OperatorJitan Harmeet Singh
Assistant Cameramen
Playback SingersKanika Kapoor, Dipanshu Pandit, Mohit Chauhan, Nayantara Bhatkal, Savera Mehta, Mohit Chauhan, Neeti Mohan, Samira Koppikar, Shilpa Rao, Rachel Varghese, Arijit Singh
Character Actor/Actress
MeeraAnushka Sharma
ChhoteRavi Beniwal
Dhulichand (Constable)Siddharth Bharadwaj
ArjunNeil Bhoopalam
MukeshTushar Grover
FaujiRavi Jhankal
SatbirDarshan Kumaar
SatbirDarshan Kumar
Migrant WorkerKrishan Kumar
AmmajiDeepti Naval
Manju (Sarpanch's Daughter-in-Law)Tanya Purohit
PinkyKanchan Sharma
OmiJaswant Singh
AshokYogendra Singh
Police InspectorSushil Tyagi
A couple, Meera (Anushka Sharma) and Arjun (Neil Bhoopalam), are going to a party, where Meera gets an urgent work call from her office. On the way, she is attacked by some street punks who smash her car's window. Meera manages to escape but is shaken by the incident. Arjun suggests a road trip for Meera's upcoming birthday. The couple starts their journey the next day. While stopping at a roadside dhaba for lunch, a petrified young girl arrives and pleads for help, saying a few men are about to kill her. Meera shakes her off but they see a gang of men round up the same girl and a boy, beat them savagely and drag them to an SUV. Arjun intervenes but Satbir (Darshan Kumar), the gang leader, says the girl is his sister. As the horrified couple watches, the gang drives off. Despite Meera's pleading, Arjun drives after the gang. On a deserted area near the highway, the couple witnesses a brutal honor killing of the young boy and the girl Pinky. Terrified, Arjun and Meera attempt to flee but the gang finds them. As the gang digs graves, Satbir shoots Pinky. A fight ensues and Arjun shoots Chhotey, one of the gang members. The gang is enraged and the couple run for their lives.

At night, the couple finds themselves face to face with one of the gang members. Arjun gets injured and Meera shoots the gang member dead. They make it to a railway bridge, where Meera tells Arjun to wait till she gets help. She finds a police station where she asks a policeman to help as they have witnessed an honor killing – at the mention of that term, the cop throws Meera out of the station. On the way, a senior police officer meets her in his van and starts driving back to where Arjun is. Meera realises that the police officer is with her attackers. She manages to stab him in his eyes, killing him and drives off, with the gang chasing her. As they find her car, Meera stumbles off and finds a laborer's hut. The laborer and his wife protect her from the gang and advise her to go to the chief of the nearby village.

Meera reaches the village's Chief Ammaji (Deepti Naval), to whom she tells her story. Ammaji's mood changes the moment she hears of the honor killing and a puzzled Meera looks around to see a pillow cover on Ammaji's lap with the word 'Pinky' stitched on it and a photograph of the dead girl in the room. Ammaji rapidly locks her in the room and calls the gang. As they arrive Ammaji criticizes them for a shabby job and hands Meera over to them. They drag her out and beat her in the courtyard in order to kill her. However, she manags to escape with their car and rushes to the bridge to find that Arjun has been murdered brutally by the gang.

Meera shrieks in grief and rage and returns to the village to avenge Arjun's death, where she drives the jeep ruthlessly into two gang members, killing them instantly. Then she kills the other gang members too. Ammaji arrives and gasps, seeing all the men dead. She says Pinky was her own daughter but she broke rules and needed to be punished so they did what had to be done. Meera echoes her words and leaves the village as dawn breaks.
Release Date13-March-2015
Budget₹13 crore (US$1.9 million)
Revenueest. ₹33 crore (US$4.9 million)

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