BOTY Score
77
User Score
80 8 10
Total Votes: 147
Release Date 24 February, 2006
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Budget ₹10 crores
Box Office India ₹19 crores
Box Office Worldwide ₹32 crores
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Synopsis

A taxi ride leads to an escalating battle of wills between two men: Raghav, a cab driver lying to his family about his job, and Jai, a spoiled young man fighting in court for his father’s estate.

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Day-wise Box Office Collections

First Day₹1.61 crores
First Weekend₹5.17 crores
First Week₹8.62 crores
Lifetime India (net)₹19 crores
Worldwide Gross₹32 crores
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True Adj Domestic Net ₹53.39 (
+34.39
) crores
True Adj Worldwide Gross ₹89.92 (
+57.92
) crores

Movie Reception

Taxi No 9211 managed to impress the audience but it got a decent start at the box office. The positive word of mouth from the audience helped the film to grow well over the next two days. After a good growth over its first weekend, the film held well over the weekdays.

The content film also grossed well over the second weekend and it recovered its budget cost easily. In the second week, the film also earned well and due to the powerful performance over its lifetime, it earned Rs. 19 crores in its pocket. The film also fared well in the overseas theatres and took its worldwide total over Rs. 30 crores. It was one of the highest grossing Hindi films of 2006.

Full Cast & Characters

ACTOR NAMECHARACTER NAME
Nana PatekarRaghav Shastri aka Raghu
John AbrahamJai Mittal
Sameera ReddyRupali
Sonali KulkarniRaghav's wife
Kurush DebooCyrus Batliwala
Shivaji SatamArjun Bajaj
Sanjay DuttNarrator
Priyanka ChopraSpecial Appearance
Akash KhuranaJai Mittal's father
Smita JaykarRupali's Mother
Nasser AbdullahShivraj Behl

Fun Facts & Triva

  • Shefali Shah was the first choice in the film. But she was replaced by Sonali Kulkarni and the latter made her comeback in the Hindi cinema after the movie, Danav.
  • This is a remake of the Hollywood movie, Changing Lanes.
  • The film was remade in the Telugu language as Game and in the Tamil language as TN 07 AL 4777.
  • For the first time, the music composer Bappi Lahiri sung for anyone else besides himself.