Kunal is a simple, peace loving man. Kunal love's Ishita. She is an independent girl, in her mid 21s who works as freelance interior designer. One night, Kunal meets with a fatal accident. While he lies in a pool of blood, no passerby cares to stop and look after him. Kunal, still conscious, is losing hope when Raghu stops to help him.
Raghu takes Kunal to a hospital and disappears into thin air. Doctor tells Kunal that if Raghu hadn't admitted Kunal on time, anything could've happened. For Kunal, Raghu is an angel. Three months pass as Kunal recuperates from the injuries. Suddenly one day Kunal bumps into Raghu.
Then next night, when Raghu appears at Kunal's doorstep with a bullet shot in his shoulder, Kunal impulsively decides to help him out. But as the night progresses, Kunal comes to know that Raghu might have been a savior for him but is actually an assassin. Now he faces a moral dilemma. But when things get dangerous and Ishita is also dragged into it, Kunal is forced to make a decision how far he will go to repay Raghu's debt?
The film maybe a small timer, but it scores in terms of its unusual story and the gritty twists and turns that hold your attention as the film poses an important question: how far would you go to express your gratitude for a good deed. Also, the film may explode violently in places, but it celebrates the basic goodness of man that lies hidden somewhere deep inside, despite the wicked ways of the world. Watch out for a winning performance by Zakir Hussain and Mukesh Rishi in this simple uncluttered film which has a different appeal. --platform47.com