Tropical Goa, land of foreigners in bikinis and free-flowing illegal substances, also hosts international drug mafias. These syndicates are manipulated by mysterious kingpin Michael Barbarossa. Kamath (Abhishek Bachchan), once a corrupt cop, who becomes a crusader after the death of his family in a drug-fueled auto crash. This stylish but gory thriller by Rohan Sippy (Bluffmaster
) has too many characters and too many endings. The best thread belongs to Lorry (Pratiek) a college student who agrees to a one-time carry through airport security in return for a year's tuition. Pratiek effectively conveys his middle class character's panic at breaking the law, getting caught and paying the price. Abhishek's epic swagger in pursuit of Barbarossa ("Tell me where he is," he threatens one small-timer, "for everything else, there's Google")carries the film. DMD is distributed by Fox. So, why aren't the songs, especially "Thayn Thayn," Kamath's rap about his gun, subtitled?