Ashfaque (Ajay Devgan) is a small town boy aspiring to be a film star in the Hindi film industry. He joins a street theatre group run by a reformed dacoit Sidhu (Pankaj Kapur), who uses street theatre as a medium to bring about an awakening among the masses. Ashfaque struggles hard to give creative vent to the actor in him in order to realize his dreams.
Ashfaque's determined struggle pays off and he gets a break in films. He gets a new screen name - Sameer Khan. With the passage of time, the roles start becoming better and he moves up the success ladder in a very short span. Soon, he becomes Sameer Khan the superstar — one who can enact any role with finesse, get under the skin of any character with ease and walk away with audience applause.
Sadly, amongst all the adulation and applause, he slowly loses his own identity. He forgets his real self and imbibes all the characteristics of the various roles essayed by him on screen. Corruption takes over his entire system, alienating him from all the loved ones, including his wife Sneha (Vidya Balan) and his guru Sidhu.
Whether the conflict within him gives way to the good sense, and whether he is able to discard his corrupted image to withstand the pressures and emerge as a true life hero, becomes an integral part of the true life cinema.
‘Halla Bol’ is produced by Abdol Samee Siddiqui under the banner of
Sunrise Pictures Pvt. Ltd. and India News and presented and distributed
globally: Pyramid Saimira Theatre Ltd. Sukhwinder Singh Adnraj Bhatia
has composed the music for the film, while the background score is by