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Rush (2012 film) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigationJump to search Rush Rush - 2012 Indian Film Poster.jpg Directed by Shamin Desai Priyanka Desai Written by Shamin Desai Sanjay Masoom (dialogues) Story by Shamin Desai Produced by Mohammed Fasih Shailendra Singh Starring Emraan Hashmi Neha Dhupia Sagarika Ghatge Aditya Pancholi Rahul Singh Edited by Aarif Sheikh Music by Pritam Production company Showman International Distributed by Percept Pictures Release date 26 October 2012 Running time 106 minutes Country India Language Hindi Budget ?180 million Box office ?46 million Rush is a 2012 Indian Hindi-language crime thriller film directed by Shamin Desai and produced by Mohammed Fasih and Shailendra Singh. The film features Emraan Hashmi, Aditya Pancholi, Neha Dhupia and Sagarika Ghatge. The storyline is based on media and crime. The film released on 26 October 2012 on Dussehra. After the death of director Desai, the film was completed by his wife Priyanka Desai. It generally received negative response from critics and was declared a disaster at box-office. Contents 1 Plot 2 Cast 3 Production 4 Soundtrack 4.1 Reception 5 Release 5.1 Critical reception 6 References 7 External links Plot The story follows media, politics, crime and sex at the point of life and death. Samar Grover (Emraan Hashmi) is a struggling news reporter. Even though his talk show is at the pinnacle of success, his personal life has turned upside down due to problems with his wife (Sagarika Ghatge). Seeing no way out, he accepts an assignment offered by a dynamic media tycoon named Lisa (Neha Dhupia), which he believes can make him millions. However, along with Lisa, one of India's most richest man, Roger Khanna (Aditya Pancholi), together play a game on Samar, which plunges him into a vortex of violence in a deadly game of cat and mouse. Beneath the veneer of glamour, money, power and the enviable life of media, lays a truth that is at once unbelievable and shocking. Cast Emraan Hashmi as Samar Grover Younas UD as Younas UD Neha Dhupia as Lisa Kapoor Sagarika Ghatge as Ahana Sharma Aditya Pancholi as Roger Khanna Murli Sharma Rahul Singh as Kudo Ashok Banthia as Raja Choudhary Sharmin Tithi(Bagmara) Zuyel Rana(Natore) Production The film was announced in late 2010 by original director Desai. After casting Emraan Hashmi and Sagarika Ghatge, it started filming under the title of Raftaar 24x7. However, after the death of director Desai in January 2011, the film was reported to be cancelled. In October 2011, Desai's wife Priyanka announced that she will be completing the film, and it was renamed to Play. In mid-2012, it was finally announced that the film has been completed, and will be titled Rush.