Two boys born into one of the largest slums of the world known to the outside world and its inhabitants as "Bhool Bhulaiyya" meaning a Maze; A place where once you get in, it's difficult to find your way out.
Starting early in the world of crime, Vijay, the intelligent one with dangerous ideas and Yakub, the hot headed unguided missile, go from being regular drug carriers to committing their first murder at the tender age of 12 and 13 respectively. Sent into Juvenile Prison for their offence; the two boys enter the ruthless world of juvenile detention and its old patriarch, the dreaded Juvenile prison Warden a world more chaotic and tough to be brought up into than the one they left behind. For a while the boys lose their voice, but soon that changes. Not the kinds to take it lying down they decide to take things into their own hands, committing their second murder within the walls of the prison. Freedom comes a few years later and so does their transformation from Childhood into Boyhood to Manhood.
Returning to the place they once belonged to with a desire to rule it, the two boys create a gang of teenage kids. Just like they were, they now create the same vicious cycle of life that made them what they are today. The young guns start with a fanfare, but their initial success is only temporary. With the tragic and unexpected turn of events, Vijay and Yakub have to make some choices that will change not only their destiny but their entire lives altogether. Redemption comes, but with a price.
Naseruddin Shah as Warden Crippled, cold, calculative. The"Langda" warden has been ruling the Juvenile Prison of Mumbai since long and has been minting money by doing exactly everything that he is not supposed to do, example drugs business, alcohol, extortion, etc. And his customers for all these are kids serving time.
Sharman Joshi as Vijay The Planner. The Observer. He has been a friend to Yakub in all times and a son to his ailing mother like none. He would go to any extent for the happiness of his loved ones.
Faruque Kabir as Yakub Bred with the desire to rule the biggest & richest slum of the world, Yakub is totally intoxicated with power. He'd give his life for Vijay, his friend and brother.His curly wild look is only a feeble sing of his wild character.
Atul Kulkarni as Ashwani With the education he had, he could have easily taken a job somewhere and lived happily with his wife Nirmala. But Ashwani started a school for the underprivileged children of the slums. He has always stood for what is right. Passionate in his mission, Ashwani is not the one to get scared of any opposing force.
Zakir Hussain as Ramesh The one common factor between Vijay & Yakub's childhood and present is Ramesh. If there is one man whom Vijay & Yakub can depend on, it's Ramesh.
Anjana Sukhani as Sandhya Beautiful, Sensuous & Mysterious. Sandhya is that turning point in the life of Vijay, which he was never expecting. Her gentle presence is the whiff of fresh air for Vijay. She makes him complete.
Rukhsar as Nirmala Educated and married to a teacher, Nirmala is the perfect woman. Be it in the classrooms or the den of the gangsters, she is unafraid to stand shoulder to shoulder by her husband and fight for everything that he believes in. It's her confidence in his strive for justice that gives confidence to Ashwani.
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