ank Chor From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigationJump to search Bank Chor Bank Chor Poster.jpg Theatrical release poster Directed by Bumpy Written by Baljeet Singh Marwah Ishita Moitra (Dialogues) Screenplay by Baljeet Singh Marwah Bumpy Omkar Sane Ishita Moitra Udhwani Story by Baljeet Singh Marwah Bumpy Produced by Ashish Patil Starring Riteish Deshmukh Vivek Oberoi Rhea Chakraborty Baba Sehgal Bhuvan Arora Sahil Vaid Vikram Thapa Cinematography Adil Afsar Edited by Saurabh Kulkarni Music by Shri Sriram Kailash Kher Baba Sehgal Rochak Kohli Shamir Tandon Production company Y-Films Distributed by Yash Raj Films Release date 16 June 2017 Country India Language Hindi Box office ?10crore Bank Chor (transl. Bank robber) is a 2017 Indian Hindi-language black comedy film directed by Bumpy, written by Baljeet Singh Marwah and produced by Ashish Patil. The film was produced by Y-Films and distributed by Yash Raj Films. The film stars Ritei
sh Deshmukh and Rhea Chakraborty, with Vivek Oberoi in a substantial role. Oberoi has returned to Yash Raj Films after 15 years, his last film under their banner was Saathiya. The film was released on 16 June 2017. Contents 1 Plot 2 Cast 3 Production 4 Critical Reception 5 Soundtrack 6 References 7 External links Plot This section may require cleanup to meet Wikipedia's quality standards. The specific problem is: As this is the English Wikipedia, assistance should be provided to explain non-English terminologies for our global readership. Please help improve this section if you can. (December 2020) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) The plot starts with a simple Marathi manoos and a Vaastu adherent, Champak Chandrakant Chiplunkar (Riteish Deshmukh), who is planning to rob a local bank in Mumbai. Two of his friends, Genda (Vikram Thapa) and Gulab (Bhuvan Arora), assist him in orchestrating the robbery. In preparation for the heist, Champak disguises himself as a
sadhu and his accomplices wear elephant and horse masks. The bandits successfully make it past the bank's security carrying weapons, thereafter taking over the entire bank at gunpoint. But the heist soon unravels rather haphazardly, resulting in the robbers seizing twenty-eight individuals inside the bank hostage. Among the hostages inside the bank, consisting of seventeen men and eleven women, are bank staff and customers, including a nervous housewife, a sassy female bank teller, a hyperactive male chef, the rapper Baba Sehgal and Jugnu (Sahil Vaid) who is purporting to be a Faizabadi undercover police officer on duty. Powerless and defenseless, each hostage is soon tied up with his (or her) hands zip-tied behind his (or her) back. The robbers bundle the bound hostages into a back room and force the manager to open the vault. Champak continues composing stories to persuade the hostages about his white-collar class foundation to compensate for the fortune that has evaded him.
In any case, things get off-track rapidly, making the bank robbers run into Amjad Khan (Vivek Oberoi) who is a heartless and tough CBI officer with a “shoot first ask questions later” attitude. The CBI officer threatens to use force against the bank robbers, giving them a one-hour deadline to surrender and not caring about the hostages’ lives if the deadline expires. In the midst of everything occurring inside the bank, there is a much larger plot unfolding as the Indian Minister of Home Affairs takes an interest in the bank robbery; there is a disk inside the