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Karan (Ajay Devgan) is in a predicament that has terrified him more than most people: the loss of his job. He can no longer afford to pay for his daughter Neha’s expensive tuition and spends his days idling about Bombay looking for a job that will pay him enough to scrape by. One day, his friend Shakti (Hema Malini) takes him along to a job fair organised by his old school where he makes the acquaintance of a woman named Harsha (Priya Bhatt). She is an A-Class model beauty with a modicum of education, and it seems that she is someone who is entering the modelling business to make a comeback, or at the very least to get out of her job. Karan meets Harsha and she invites him to her hotel room to find out more about her. It is here that Karan meets Harsha’s bodyguard, the unsavory Don (Randeep Hooda), who is goaded into a corner by Karan’s toughness and only then reveals the reason he was hired.

Unknown to both Karan and Harsha, Karan’s life is in danger. A criminal mastermind has to do with several attempts are made on his life, and it is discovered that his ex-girlfriend Roshni (Priya Banerjee) is setting things up. It emerges that even as Karan has continued to live with Roshni, he has not been able to forget Harsha and he continues to dream of taking revenge on her. While Harsha is not aware of Karan’s feelings for her, she is aware of his larger goals, and she is more than willing to help him get them. Meanwhile, Harsha’s father, a cantankerous and powerful businessman named Peter Lal (Shammi Kapoor) tries to engineer a quick and easy solution to their financial predicament. Harsha actually has a better relationship with her father than Karan, and she is able to persuade him to help Karan out despite not being pleased with his methods.

It is difficult to explain why a film becomes magical. It’s not because of the story, it’s not because of the acting or how the actors were directed or shot. When this film works, it works in spite of itself. The magic is in the way it is made, a way that is relentless, never losing its enthusiasm.

Hindi films rarely use more than a few lines of dialogue per day, but this film does this over and over again, often without any interplay. I think the most difficult decision the film faced was one of pace: to shoot a 120-minute film in as few takes as possible, or to make a film that had that intense, obsessive, emotional feel.

For the most part, the film is a carefully composed series of long, drawn-out shots, most notable being the opening sequence with Karan looking for a job. In between, at several points, he looks back at the city, silently observing it through either a large window or a clear-day-sky prism that gives the cityscape a surreal glare. Part of this has to do with the camera operator, Abhishek Varman, keeping his camera at eye level with the actors, even as the camera shakes at the unexpected twists the plot takes. It also has a lot to do with the pacing of the film, which keeps you in it and for good reason.