Ajay Devgan movie poster of the 2002 super hit Hindi film Company for sale.
This is an actual surviving original Bollywood movie poster of the 2002 film that was directed by Ram Gopal Varma and written by Jaideep Sahni. Company starred Ajay Devgn, debutant Vivek Oberoi, Mohanlal, Manisha Koirala and Antara Mali.
Printed and circulated during the initial first release of the film (somewhere in 2002), this classic Bollywood poster was designed for publicity of the film but never ended up being used.
Company was screened at Austin Film Festival, New York Asian Film Festival and the Fribourg International Film Festival. The film won six awards at the Filmfare Awards, including the Best Supporting Actor and Best Male Debut for Vivek Oberoi, Critics Award for Best Actor for Ajay Devgn and Best Actress for Manisha Koirala.
Ajay Devgn’s portrayal of the character “Malik” and Vivek Oberoi as “Chandu” won the praise of critics and fans alike.
Danny Boyle cited Company and Satya as inspirations for his Academy Award winning film Slumdog Millionaire (2008). Company is regarded by many as one of Ram Gopal Varma’s finest, making this Ajay Devgn poster highly collectible!
The star is seen smoking a cigarette in a stunning photograph prominently in this Ajay Devgan movie poster. Debutant Vivek Oberoi is seen in the background. A hand holding a pistol is seen on the top of this Bollywood poster for sale. A blood splattered wall is seen in the background. The words “Bachke Rehna (Stay Away)” along with the title of the film in Devanagari Hindi type are seen written in blood on the top of this Ajay Devgan film poster.
Company is the second film in the Indian Gangster trilogy and a sequel to Satya (1998). The story of the film is inspired from the fallout between mobster turned terrorist Dawood Ibrahim and his aide Chhota Rajan, which caused a rift in his gang (the D-Company).
The soundtrack album of Company was composed by Sandeep Chowta. The background score “Gandha Hai” and the only song from the film, “Khallas” are fondly recalled till today.