The life of Parag Dixit is a dream with a fantastic job and a doting lady love, Maansi. Life however, takes a turn for the worse when a chain of events lead him to jail where he is beaten up by the cops without rhyme or reason and is handcuffed.
Parag is unable to adjust to the ugly turn of events and is dumbfounded to find himself at a dystopian location living a sordid inhuman life. He makes his best efforts to endure it as a bad dream but ultimately yields to the chaos and confusion that is jail. Nawab, a convict and a warder, a firm believer in Parag’s innocence, are his only companions in these hard times.
Pretty soon Parag comes face to face with the dark mechanisms that administer the prison set up where he is forced to spend his days. He experiences the prison situation for real and sees how shattered souls and battered hearts have managed to find solace in their solitary confines.
Parag faces a couple of choices at the end – he can live a restrained life or raise his voice against the authorities and its follies. Madhur Bhandarkar is well known for being able to create the perfect harmony of reality and fiction. This has been a common trend in most of his films like "Fashion", "Corporate", "Page 3" and "Chandni Bar" that have been high on both entertainment and social quotient.
Neil Nitin is one of the most prominent rising stars in Bollywood, what with films like "New York" and "Johnny Gaddar" to his credit. He is reputed for his intense portrayals and this film would also see a new feather being added to the glorious cap of the actor. Mugdha Godse, in her short film career, has impressed one and all with her honest portrayals and splendidly serene screen presence.
The music promises to be a foot topping affair with "Saiyan Ve" topping the charts. The Sharib-Toshi duo looks set to repeat its "Raaz - The Mystery Continues" magic. Shamir Tandon has contributed to the film's score as well.