Kunal Mehra lives a middle-classed lifestyle in Borivali, Mumbai, along with his disapproving dad, Purabi, and supportive mom, Kusum. He has a sweetheart in Mausam, an aspiring Journalist. Ever since he was 8 years of age, Kunal wanted to act in Bollywood movies much to his dad’s displeasure. He did play the part of Bhagwan Shri Hanuman in a play in school, but has been not very successful in landing any major part in any movie. He gets a break when his look-alike, Karan Saxena, the leading man of his dad’s production ‘Super Star’ has qualms about heights and is unable to act. Kunal steps into Karan’s shoes, and even accompanies the unit to film in Bangkok, Thailand. Shortly thereafter the media explodes with the news that Karan has been injured, and Kunal has been killed in a car accident. Watch what impact this news has on the Mehra family, the Saxenas, Mausam, as well as on the outcome of the movie.
A long distance train hurtles through its route from Goa to Bombay. After resuming from a scheduled stop, a group of young men board the train, walk through the boogies, and molest a married woman who is seated next to her husband. A passenger speaks up against the hoodlums, an argument, followed by fisticuffs ensues, with the young man, with this boxing skills, managing to subdue the hoodlums. After the train stops he makes a report to the local police, only to be mocked at. His name is James and he is come to Bombay to look for work. He finds employment at a nightclub with the help of his friend, Babloo, as a Bouncer. One night he comes to the rescue of an attractive young woman named Nisha, who is molested by a male named Radhey Narayan. James does stop Radhey from molesting Nisha, but ends up losing his job. Nisha befriends him, introduces him to her DCP dad, Vijay Singh Rawat, who is grateful to James for coming to his daughter’s rescue. What James does not know is that he is just opened up a Pandora’s box as Radhey is none other than the only brother of the State Chief Politician, Shankar Narayan, and as the DCP puts it “The police are employed by the Government, and Shankar owns the Government”. Looks like it is the end of the road for James, as he has taken on more than he can handle, as neither Shankar nor Radhey will rest until he is killed.