India in the new millennium is faced with corruption, unemployment, crime, and all-round insecurity. Many want to travel abroad to better their lives. Rashid Khan is an individual who assists them, albeit illegally, by taking huge amounts, and then transporting them to their choice of destinations, which in this case is Britain. A group of about 200 people use their lives’ savings and pay Rashid, chief amongst them are dishonored Indian Army Officer Aman Kumar Sahadev; Banwari and his nephew, Prem, from Uttar Pradesh; Rajnam Venkateshwaram from Tamil Nadu; Santokh Singh from Punjab; Prof. Proveer Chatterjee from Kolkata, while others hail from Gujarat, Mumbai, Haryana, Rajasthan, Jammu, and also include people from Bangla Desh and Pakistan. This trip turns out to be nightmare as their presence is intercepted and they go into hiding and face hunger amongst other problems. They must now leave to board a ship, which encounters a storm, capsizes, killing hundreds, and leaving only a handful. They land on shore, and are met with Aman’s ex-girlfriend, Niharika, who is now married to a man she does not love. Her father is a scientist who is in possession of plutonium. He gets killed, and a dying Niharika, who has been fatally shot, gives the plutonium to Aman. They travel onto Afghanistan where they are met by their guide, Palvisha, who also takes charge of the plutonium so that she can hand it over to the Northern Alliance who want to rule Afghanistan. Palvisha soon finds out that the Northern Alliance is up to no good, takes possession of the plutonium and travels to Kazakhstan, where they meet their new guide, Sameer, who decides to assist them for a huge fee. They survive many perils, and share a common bond, while someone or the other in their group always ends up getting killed by thugs, authorities, and illness. Things change dramatically when they enter Pakistan – and it is here they will all be arrested and held in prison cells – and it is here they will find the true identity of Sameer – who is not who he claims to be.
Assigned to extradite a London-based criminal, Sudama Pandey is wanted for making and distributing unauthorized compact disks of unaware naked women. Mubai’s Assistant Commissioner of Police Arjun Singh, accompanied by Inspector Vikram, has his task not only cut out for him, but he must also seek out his missing fiancée, Sapna; come to the aid of another girl, Ammu; as well as face-off against corrupt cops, and armed gangsters.
Delhi-based CBI Captain Neetu Singh is instructed by Chief Sawant to investigate the assassination of Maharashtra’s Chief Minister Satyaprakash. Her investigations will lead her to conclude that the killing was planned and carried out by Home Minister Bhavani Prasad Lala and Superintendent of Police Waghmare. She then meets with Fatima, and is told the story of the latter’s son, Hussain, who was convicted for possession and supply of fire-arms and sentenced to five years in prison. She meets Hussain in prison and decides to assist him, but before she could do that she and her mother, Shanti, both end up on the defensive, when evidence surfaces that Neetu had hired a hit-man, Tatya, to kill Satyaprakash. The Judge hearing this incident finds her guilty and sentences her to prison. Once there, she is tortured, assaulted, and molested by Jail Superintendent Lalkar Singh. While institutionalized, she manages to escape, and shortly thereafter, Shanti is informed that her daughter has been shot dead – leaving Bhavani the freedom to become the state’s next Chief Minister.
Mumbai-based Advocate Arjun Kapoor decides to abandon the defense of accused Raj Thakur after witnessing the anguish of the victim’s parents. He is subsequently charged with Contempt of Court, and disbarred from practicing law. Disillusioned, he re-locates to Goa and meets with McNamara, who gives him a book titled ‘Fix the Fox’. Arjun reads the book, is very impressed, compliments the former, and is invited for lunch. When he does get there, he is told by Constable Gaitonde that McNamara is no more. Arjun then meets with Sophia, publishes the book under his very own name, it becomes a bestseller, and he a celebrity. Shortly thereafter, his life will be turned upside down when he will be interrogated and arrested by Goa Crime Branch Inspector Yashwant Deshmukh for killing five individuals.
After bravely apprehending Boris (Aryan Vaid), Goa’s Assistant Commissioner of Police, Ajay Sridhar (Sunny Deol), is gravely injured and hospitalized. He does recover, only to find that he can never walk again and must be confined to a wheelchair. He is subsequently discharged to the care of his wife, Anshita (Eesha Koppikar); brother, Sanjay; and school-going son, Yash. Frustrated by his confinement, he becomes edgy and short-tempered. After getting an Insurance Policy for 5 Crore Rupees he asks his wife and brother to plan his murder, get the money, and live a better life. Both reluctantly agree and follow his detailed plan. On the fateful day, however, Murphy’s Law seemingly prevails, and everything goes awry.
Multi-millionaire business-man, Dev Mallya and Rohan Potdar are childhood friends who spend considerable times in each other company. Dev assign the task of designing his bungalow to interior decorator, Saanjh Batra, only to fall head over heels in love with her. When he introduces her to Rohan, he gets to learn that both are in love with each other and is enraged by this. Eventually Rohan gets trapped in a female bar dancer’s murder case and is sentenced to jail. ACP Rajveer Scindia feels that Rohan is trapped in a deep conspiracy thus with an investigation campaign, Rohan’s case is reopen.
Gangster and criminal Don, Suraj Rana, who is also known for his kindness, adopts a street urchin named Arjun, and teaches him all the tricks of the trade, so that he can succeed him, even though he has a son named Karan. Arjun and Karan grow up as brothers, and Arjun takes charge of all criminal activities after Suraj passes away. Karan has fallen in love with Bindiya, the daughter of Suraj’s deceased employee, and would like her to marry him. But Bindiya is in love with Saahil, and only likes Karan. Karan now decides to take the matter into his own hands, and thereby force Arjun to take sides either for him or against him.
Diyva and Karan Saxena are in love and plan to marry. Karan has a younger step-brother, Vivek Saxena who he looks after him as though he were his own brother. Divya and Vivek hang out with quite a few young people of their own age, Atul, Vijay, Prem, Ashok, Nita, Rashmi, Niki, and Priti, just to name a few. Two male members try to sexually molest Divya, and get a sound thrashing from Karan. After apologizing, these two members decide to avenge their beating and humiliation. After entrapping Divya, they sexually molest her to such an extent that Divya attempts to kill herself. Unknown to Divya, she was the lover of Kapil a snake with magical powers, in a previous life. Their love life was shattered by an angry sage who cursed them with separation until the 21st century. Divya, who was called Vasundhara in her previous life, dies after this curse, and is reborn as Divya. Now seeing Divya dying, Kapil swears to avenge her death by killing them one by one. Divya does die, but her spirit has survived and joins Kapil to avenge her humiliation and death, not against the two members, but against all the male members. Soon death visits the friends one by one, and no one can stop the killing.
Arun Khanna is a spy for the Indian government whose aid is enlisted to stop ISI Chief Ishak Khan. Khan is trying to build a nuclear bomb with which he can liberate Kashmir from the Indians. A battle of wits ensues. When Khan detonates a bomb at Khanna’s engagement party to a fellow spy, Khanna’s resolve is only strengthened. Now not only does he have to fight Khan, but he also has to track down his missing fiancee.
A serious accident took place in Bombay, India, which involves Abbas Khan parents, as a result of which they passed away, leaving all the properties and estate for Abbas Khan to inherit. The police feel that his situation is vulnerable, as they suspect his parents’ death was not accidental. They however, arrange for a full-time personal bodyguard in the shape and form of Inspector Rajveer Singh. And Inspector Rajveer agrees to do so. After a series of misadventures, the child takes a liking to Rajveer, and so does the childs’ parents secretary, Sapna Khanna. Rajveer comes to know that the assailant behind the killings of Abbas’s parents is one Muslim man named Naseer Ahmed, and traces him to a mental hospital where he is an inmate. Naseer has sworn to avenge the humiliation and death of his father and family, at the hands of Abbas’s father, by killing each and everyone in the family. Rajveer’s brutal efforts to seek information from Naseer gets him behind bars, as the police refuse to believe that a confined inmate is capable of killing. But soon Rajveer is release from prison as he was keeping a low profile while in jail and reach out to find sufficient evidence that will open the law’s eye and prove Naseer guilty and as the world’s most dangerous underworld don and criminal other than an inmate.