After a treaty between India and the United Kingdom to expedite extradition of terrorist Omar Zafar to India is passed, Col. Viren Nanda is murdered and burnt alive by Omar in London. Omar, who is escorted by his trusted lieutenant Hamid Gul, declares a $5 million reward for an Indian thief to steal the Koh-i-Noor diamond, so as to hold up the treaty. Later, a man named Rajveer Nanda steals it, and demands $20 million as Zafar and Gul aim to retrieve it. After a subsequent brawl with Gul’s men at a local restaurant in Shimla, Rajveer visits a restaurant where he meets an ambitious but unassuming bank receptionist, Harleen Sahni, who is waiting for her blind internet date, “Vickie Kapoor”, to show up. Rajveer assumes the date, and the pair fall in love, but he is forced to abandon her after being found by Gul’s surviving men. Harleen leaves upon learning the truth, but on her way back home, bumps again into Rajveer, who seeks her help to remove a bullet. Before leaving, he drugs her and informs her of scare tactics that some law enforcement officials will use to try and coerce her into working against him.