Aspiring to be a winner in 'Hunar Hi Winner', a part of India's got Talent, Mumbai-based skater Pinky Palkar (Deepika Padukone) gets run over by a vehicle. She does survive but loses her sight and returns home to her Tilakwadi-based widowed mother; a slacker brother, Rakesh; and a younger brother, Ganya.
Disillusioned even more after her partner, Ajay, abandons her, she still hopes to participate in the contest, and unexpectedly gets encouragement from a fighter, Nandan Kamtekar (Neil Nitin Mukesh), who not only assists her, but also pays for her medical treatment. For a living he boxes Friday nights, and works for an underworld don, Usman Ali (Piyush Mishra). She convinces him to be her partner, he reluctantly agrees, and both realize that they are in love. She persuades him to get a regular job and quit boxing, and he does so.
Neither of them are aware that Inspector K.K. Sethna (Manish Chaudhary) is continuing to investigate who ran over Pinky - despite of being warned by the Police Commissioner to close the file - and will soon conclude that the suspect is none other than Nandan. Watch as events unfold and the impact this will have on Pinky and Nandan.
Did you know?
According to actor Neil Nitin Mukesh he didn't know how to ride bikes. And considers this his "most embarrassing moment of his life" as he had to reveal his ignorance and inability to the filmmakers. Later, the director convinced him to learn not only how to ride bikes but also to do extreme motorcycle stunts because of the script. Read More