This socio-political thriller revolves around the extraordinary personality of Subhash Nagre - a wealthy and influential resident of Bombay. He lives in a palatial house with his wife, Pushpa; sons Vishnu and his wife Amrita and their son; a second son, named Shankar, in the United States.
Subhash and his family are thrilled when Shankar returns home, in the company of a gorgeous long-legged young woman named Pooja, whom he plans to marry soon. While Subhash adores both his sons, he shows his open disappointment for Vishnu, whose language, childish actions, and his affair with a Bollywood actress named Sapna are just few of his wrong actions.
When Vishnu finds out that a Bollywood actor is attempting to start an affair with Sapna, he angrily guns him down in front of several witnesses. Subhash asks Vishnu to leave the house, and thereafter Vishnu is arrested and charged with murder.
Then all hell breaks lose in the Nagre household when a politician named Motilal Khurana is killed, and the killer names Subhash as the person who hired him to do this killing. Subhash is arrested, and held in prison - there is no hope for him in the courts as he has been already been found guilty - not for this killing - but for acting as a power unto himself - a mafia-like Godfather - who metes out justice - when justice fails.
How will Subhash react come to terms when circumstances ensure that he no longer is influential and no one will come forward to assist him; Shankar is abducted and disappears. Can Subash still strum up the power to find the culprit?
Did you know?
Many directors have been trying to get both the real life father and son together in the same movie, finally "Ram Gopal Verma" managed to rope them in together for the first time, even though Bunty Aur Babli (to which the father and son signed much later) was released earlier. Read More