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(2000)

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  • An assassin is sent to kill the witness from testifying against the killers. In the process, the assassin falls in love with the witness.

  • Assistant Commissioner of Police Jaidev Singh gets burned to death by a group of people leaving behind a witness who is an air-hostess called Neha Verma. The police manages to recover her Identification Card at the scene of crime where-by they call her in to name the assailants; she does manages to provide them with a name, Samrat Singhania, who happen to be the son of Mr. Singhania, the Minister within the state's ruling party. While in Mauritius, Neha happens to meet with a young man named Vicky and is in love with him. Unknown to her that Vicky is not what he claims to be but a dreaded killer, Babu whose duty is to prevent her from harming the Singhanias by turning her upright life into a disaster.

  • While returning home from the marriage of her friend, Ritu Pereira, Neha Verma, an air hostess, witnesses the brutal death of Superintendent of Police Jaidev Singh, at the hands of several persons. She accidentally drops her identification card, which is located by the police, and she is brought in for questioning. She is able to identify the killer, who turns out to be Samrat Singhania, the son of a prominent Minister in the state's ruling party. While in Mauritius, Neha meets and falls in love with a young man named Vicky, and they have a quiet wedding ceremony. After the marriage, Neha comes to know that Vicky is not really who is says he is, but a killer who has been hired to prevent her from testifying against the Singhanias. So Neha begins her new life - a life full of fear.


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