This is written by a US viewer for the benefit of anyone unfamilliar with Indian movies.
Indian movies are currently the quality of the best production movies of Hollywood regarding plots, acting, filming (lighting, focus), direction, acting and everything else. They often follow the 1940's formula requiring one or two irrelevant musical and dancing scenes (with full orchestra). Hence the sobriquet "Bollywood". Technology is up-to-date. Customs reflect the former British rule. Dialog is often bilingual, with Hindi and English in the same sentence (like English & Spanish in some US cities) and the viewer may have difficulty keeping up with the sub-titles.
Three caveats: (1) scenes are limited to prosperous areas of modern cities, (2) police procedures are not according to US tastes (don't even think of breaking a law in India), and (3) political/social concepts are not according to US political correctness. (This movie apparently was not intended for release in the US.)
That said, this movie is an unrelieved fast-action police story, set in Mumbai (Bombay), and regards a terrorist bombing plot. There is an extended political dissertation at the end (hence the disclaimer #3 above). Nothing more needs to be said. If you like this sort of thing, then definitely this is the sort of thing you will like.