The Mumbai police commissioner receives a call from an anonymous man who demands the release of terrorists, but it is revealed that the callers true intention is to seek revenge for past terrorist attacks by killing the terrorists himself. A Wednesday is a 2008 Indian Hindi-language Crime Drama movie starring Naseeruddin Shah, Anupam Kher, Jimmy Sheirgill, Deepal Shaw, Aamir Bashir, Jimmy Shergill and Vincent Naidu. Friday Filmworks in association with Anjum Rizvi Film Company. were the production houses involved in the project along with executive producer(s) Anjum Rizvi, Ronnie Screwvala and Shital Bhatia. The movie is written and directed by Neeraj Pandey. UTV Motion Pictures acquired the distribution rights for the movie. A Wednesday was released on 5th September 2008 and takes a screen time of 103 minutes. The Film was successful at box office. A Wednesday was made on a budget of ₹3 crore and it was a super hit at box office gross of ₹11 crore. Cinematography was done by Fuwad Khan and editing by Shree Narayan Singh. The music was composed by Sanjoy Chowdhury. At the 2009 IIFA Awards It won 2 awards including: Best Story and Best Screenplay. At the 2009 IIFA Awards It also won 2 awards including: Best Story and Best Screenplay. At the 2009 National Film Awards It also won an award for Best Debut Film of a Director.
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A Wednesday Reviews and Ratings
Average Review Rating : positive
Positive Review Rating : 41%
Minus song and dance, and other silly distractions. The casting is reason enough to celebrate; the plot and the treatment matches up. Almost. ( Read More )
In a way, the film moves a step forward from where Rang De Basanti left. In a similar vein, it articulates the frustration and violence that has become deep seated in the urban, middle class psyche. ( Read More )