Intricately interwoven, this evocative drama is a slice of film industry life, in which self advancement is the sole motivator. Here, gigantic egos, grand desires and preciously few opportunities converge to form strange patterns. Patterns that we call kismet.
Everyone has a dream in this city, and as Sona works hard to make a name for herself on the big screen, Vikram leaves his parents' Delhi home and sets his sights on the city. Vikram's no fool; he has a way of getting what he wants, and when he meets Sona, the sparks start to fly.
Meanwhile, superstitious producer Romy Rolly is developing a potential blockbuster designed to launch the career of 18-year-old Nikki, the daughter of '70s-era superstar Neena. Headlining the film is Rolly's biggest star, box-office heavy Zaffar Khan.
When things start going south on Rolly's film, Vikram is called in for an audition. One audition is all Vikram needs in order to make a big impression, and before long things are looking decidedly brighter for all involved. What will happen in the lives and careers of Sona and Vikram?
Did you know?
John Abrahamin his cameo says quite ironically when he mouths the dialogue "Ab main kuch hatke karna chahta hoon" (I want to do something different) while refusing Rommy Rolly. He had recently done a strange role in the kafkaesque movie No Smoking and it is known that he chooses the films that he truly believes, he can do justice to. Thus portraying his real self on screen. Read More