State of Play (2009) is Available in Hindi Dubbed

"State of Play" is a 2009 American political thriller film directed by Kevin Macdonald. 

The film follows a congressional investigation into the death of a young woman, which is complicated by a high-profile congressman's (Ben Affleck) involvement and the efforts of a veteran journalist (Russell Crowe) to uncover the truth.

The film is an adaptation of the 2003 BBC television series of the same name. It stars Russell Crowe as Cal McAffrey, a veteran newspaper reporter, and Ben Affleck as Stephen Collins, a rising young congressman whose research assistant and mistress has died in an apparent suicide. As McAffrey investigates the case, he uncovers a conspiracy that reaches the highest levels of government.

"State of Play" was praised by critics for its intelligent, complex plot and strong performances, particularly from Crowe and Affleck. The film was a moderate box office success, grossing over $87 million worldwide against a $60 million budget.

Many reviewers highlighted the film's timely exploration of the changing media landscape, with the veteran print journalist McAffrey struggling to adapt to the 24-hour news cycle and the rise of online reporting. The movie also delves into themes of political corruption, the influence of money in politics, and the challenges of balancing journalistic integrity with commercial pressures.

Overall, "State of Play" was well-received as an engrossing, well-crafted political thriller that offered a nuanced look at the intersection of media, politics, and power in contemporary America.