Rustom - 8907011120159 - LP Record

The story dates back to the late 1950s and revolves around a Parsi Indian Naval Officer Rustom Pavri (Akshay Kumar), who is happily married to Cynthia Pavri (Ileana D'Cruz). Their marriage hits the rocks when Rustom discovers about his wife's affair with his friend Vikram Makhija (Arjan Bajwa). After returning early from his ship's deployment, Rustom discovers Vikram's love letters in Cynthia's cupboard. While trying to find her, Rustom sees them together. He returns home and waits for Cynthia to return and then confronts her with the love letters, but walks away before Cynthia can explain. Rustom then gets himself a pistol from the Naval Ship's Armory and makes a Trunk call to Defence HQ, New Delhi. Afterwards, he searches for Vikram, first in his office and then at his home. After Rustom enters Vikram's bedroom, the servant hears three gun shots and rushes to the room, to discover Vikram's body in a pool of blood and Rustom walking away with the pistol in his hand. Rustom immediately surrenders to the police and Inspector Vincent Lobo (Pawan Malhotra) starts the investigation. Vikram's sister Priti Makhija (Esha Gupta) meets with public prosecutor, Lakshman Khangani (Sachin Khedekar) to get Rustom the toughest punishment possible. Truth, a local newspaper, publishes the news adding some spice to it, which creates a stir in the city. On the one side the Navy supports its officer and asks the police to hand over his custody to them while on the other side the Parsi community offers help by hiring a good defense lawyer. Rustom refuses everybody's help and decides to fight the case on his own and prefers police custody. While the Editor in Chief of Truth, Erich Billimoria (Kumud Mishra), creates a sympathetic image for Rustom in public, Rustom's senior Naval officer Rear Admiral Prashant Kamat (Parmeet Sethi) sends two goons to his house to search for a set of documents, but they fail to find anything. Scared, Cynthia rushes to jail to inform Rustom, who hasn't talked to her ever since he is in custody. Rustom finally meets and listens to Cynthia's story, about how she was lonely and upset when Rustom went away to London for many months. With the connivance of Priti, Vikram took advantage of Cynthia's loneliness and she fell for him. However, on the day of Vikram's murder, Cynthia had already broken-up with him for the sake of her marriage after she found out he had decieved her. Vikram couldn't bear her spurning him and slapped her hard. She got injured and walked out of Vikram's house. On Rustom's instructions, Cynthia blackmails Rear Admiral Prashant Kamat for Rs 5 crore in exchange for the vital documents he needed. In the court hearing, Rustom unexpectedly pleads not guilty in front of the Judge Patel (Anang Desai), which leads to a 9-member jury trial. At the culmination of the trial, Rustom is found not guilty by the jury since he shot Vikram in self-defence. Meanwhile, it is found that Vincent Lobo was in Delhi and he had met the office secretary of the Ministry of Defence to obtain the recording of the trunk call that Rustom had made. When back in Bombay, the trunk call is played, convincing almost everyone that Rustom is guilty, and the court proceedings end for the jury to decide on their opinion. In the police station on the night of the court proceeding, Rustom tells Vincent Lobo the truth: he was posted in London for several months inspecting an aircraft carrier that the Navy wants to purchase, but on inspection, it was found by Rustom that the carrier's hull was corroded, and it would have to be repaired and modified before the carrier could be transferred to India. Vikram was in charge of the aircraft carrier, and he attempted to bribe him in order to convince him to say that the carrier is seaworthy. When Rustom attempted to notify the defence secretary in London, the secretary also attempted to bribe him and get the carrier to India. Vikram attempted to persuade him and Rustom then slapped him showing his power of his uniform. The next day it is shown that Rustom is proved not guilty by the jury and he walks free. Then it is shown in the flashback that Vikram had dated Cynthia to show Rustom his power of money and take revenge on him, but not for her beauty. Lobo is told that Rustom did not reveal about the aircraft carrier as then everyone would think the navy to be corrupt and then not believe in them just because of few officers. Rustom and Cynthia walk out of the court with their heads held up high and then the film rolls into the credits. In the end it is shown that after Rustom's trial, the jury system is abolished in India. And also Defence Secretary K.G.Bakshi committed suicide by shooting himself on INS Vishal unexpectedly.

Record Details


Rustom - 8907011120159 

Star Cast

Akshay Kumar, Ileana DCruz, Esha Gupta, Sachin Khedekar, Pawan Malhotra, Parmeet Sethi, Arjan Bajwa, Sahedev Girish, Usha Nadkarni, Sharad Kelkar, Kanwaljeet Singh, Brijendra Kala & Anang Desai


Tinu Suresh Desai


Neeraj Pandey, Aruna Bhatia, Nittin Keni, Suvidesh Shingade, Bhaumik Gondaliya, Ishwar Kapoor & Shital Bhatia


Atif Aslam, Sukriti Kakar, Ankit Tiwari, Arijit Singh, Palak Muchhal, Jubin Nautiyal, Aakanksha Sharma, Shreya Ghosha, Jasraj Joshi & Arko


Arko, Raghav Sachar, Ankit Tiwari & Jeet Gannguli


Manoj Muntashir, Arko & Mandar Cholkar

Releasing Year



Orignal Soundtrack




Zee Music Co

Made In




Serial No.


Side One

  • Tere Sang Yaara

Atif Aslam

  • Rustom Vahi

Sukriti Kakar

  • Tay Hai

Ankit Tiwari

  • Dekha Hazaro Dafaa

Arijit Singh & Palak Muchhal

  • Dhal Jaun Main

Jubin Nautiyal & Aakanksha Sharma

Side Two

  • Jab Tum Hote Ho

Shreya Ghosha

  • Rustom Vahi

Jasraj Joshi

  • Tere Bin Yaara


  • Rustom Vahi - Marathi

Jasraj Joshi

  • Rustom Vahi Theme



12 Inches


33 RPM

Record Condition


Cover Condition


Director - 1 Tinu Suresh Desai
Lyrics - 1 Manoj Muntashir
Lyrics - 2 Arko
Lyrics - 3 Mandar Cholkar
Music - 1 Arko
Music - 2 Raghav Sachar
Music - 3 Ankit Tiwari
Music - 4 Jeet Gannguli
Producer - 1 Neeraj Pandey
Producer - 2 Aruna Bhatia
Producer - 3 Nittin Keni
Producer - 4 Suvidesh Shingade
Producer - 5 Bhaumik Gondaliya
Record Details
Genre Original Soundtrack
Label Zee Music Co
Language Hindi
Releasing Year 2016
Size 12 Inches
Speed 33 RPM
Side1 - Song1 Tere Sang Yaara
Side1 - Song2 Rustom Vahi
Side1 - Song3 Tay Hai
Side1 - Song4 Dekha Hazaro Dafaa
Side1 - Song5 Dhal Jaun Main
Side2 - Song1 Jab Tum Hote Ho
Side2 - Song2 Rustom Vahi
Side2 - Song3 Tere Bin Yaara
Side2 - Song4 Rustom Vahi - Marathi
Side2 - Song5 Rustom Vahi Theme
Star - 1 Akshay Kumar
Star - 2 Ileana DCruz
Star - 3 Esha Gupta
Star - 4 Sachin Khedekar
Star - 5 Pawan Malhotra
Star - 6 Parmeet Sethi
Star - 7 Arjan Bajwa
Star - 8 Sahedev Girish
Star - 9 Usha Nadkarni
Star - 10 Sharad Kelkar
Star - 11 Kanwaljeet Singh
Star - 12 Brijendra Kala
Star - 13 Anang Desai

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Rustom - 8907011120159 - LP Record

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