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Karan moves to Mumbai to become a computer engineer whose skills are exceptionally sharp in the software area. He has worked hard for years to reach this position. He is a normal young pal who loves to flirt and roam around with woman to enjoy and live openly. He is a guy full of life without bothering about anyone. On joining his new office his attention gets drawn towards his female manager.
As he leaves office, he meets Rahul and promptly spares his life by thrashing firearm goons who attacked them on the way. As he drops Rahul home, he additionally figures out how to impress Rahul's sister by repairing her PC. He likewise possesses a dim mystery that is made apparent about in the film that he is a psychic, serial killer who goes on a cutting binge with a small blade at whatever point he is provoked by any young lady.
The beginning showed some of his psychic acts which were quite obvious that he is not a right person. As our legend enjoys different relationships and bodies begin to heap up, Officer Rahul faces pressure from his seniors to get the serial killer. Soon there is news of murders of women being killed brutally and the suspense lies in who is doing this sick act. The lesson of the film is that when a man is abandoned in affection, he may simply take it out on the general public.Love can take a dangerous turn sometimes, and that's what the film is portraying.
Sameer Khan has come up with a unique and real concept which is actually happening in today’s world and is a threat to the society. The motive of Sameer is to pass the message to the people to not avoid such tragic incidents and always have a backup plan for safety.
1. A solid storyline that would leave the audience enthralled.
2. Use of technical elements, choreography, and the camera is done beautifully.
What’s not there?
1. The acting of the star cast could be better and would have added more spark to the picture.
A thriller concept everyone should watch. The movie has a message for its viewers and one should not miss it.
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