Nishikant Kamat’s Madaari is a social thriller, written by Ritesh Shah, produced by Irrfan Khan, Kshitiz Bhardwaj, Shailesh Singh, Madan Paliwal, Sutapa Sikdar, Shailja Kejriwal under Paramhans creations, EaseMy Trip &Saptarishi Cinevision, Pooja Entertainment.cinematography was done by Avinash Arun and editing was done by Arif Shaikh,
It stars Irrfan Khan and Vishesh Bansal in a lead role with supporting cast Jimmi Sheirgill, Tushar Dalvi, Nitesh Pandey, Sahil Kapoor, and Rajiv Gupta.
It was released on 22 July 2016 and it was net grossed ₹287 million at the box office,
The locations of the films shooting are New Delhi, Rajasthan, Dehradun, Shimla and Mumbai
Music was given by Vishal Bhardwaj, Sunny-Inder Bawra, and Sameer Phaterpekar was given the background music, The soundtrack consist of only two songs “Dama Dama Dam” sung by Vishal Dadlani and “Masoom Sa “sung by Sukhwinder Singh.
The story was based on Nirmal Kumar (Irrfan Khan) a single parent who fulfilled by caring of his son, most of the time of his life he spend with his son, playing with him and teaching him, one day he lost his son in an accident that was the result of negligence and corruption, afterward he fight with the system by kidnapping the Home Minister’s son to pressurize them into finding who was accountable for the accident and get him punished. The Minister, tries to manage his public image and political ties, while also trying to ensure that he finds his son.
Performance-wise Irrfan Khan acting was outstanding with full emotions, grief, broken heart, Vishesh Bansal did his role very well, Jimmy Shergil was good, and Tushar Dalvi was looking great in helpless father role as well as powerful home minister role.