Director: Deepak S. Shivdasani
Writer: Deepak S. Shivdasani
Cast: Shakil Akhtar as Director Rohan
Raai Laxmi as Julie / Sumitra Devi
Gulshan Kumar nandani as Film Director Mohit
Dev Gill as Dubai Don Lala
Ravi Kishan as Ravi Kumar
Asad Raza Khan as Ambani
Aditya Srivastava as ACP Devdutt
A wanna be actress Julie (Raai) struggles through sleazy innuendos before caving in and getting embroiled in the shadowy world that purportedly finances the film industry. Her first love Mohit abandons her at the first sign of trouble while her second (Ravi Kisshen) uses her and moves on to his next conquest. The third one is Dubai Don Lala (Dev Gill) and her fourth a cricketer who thinks she won’t suit the sati savitri image his parents expect of his bride. So that leaves Julie in a huddle and egged on by her woman Friday, Annie (Rati Agnihotri) she chooses Jesus – only to be gunned down the day after her symbolic baptism.
The rest of the film has a ferocious looking ACP Dev Dutt (Aditya Srivastava) trying to arrive at a decent enough reason for her murder. Of course, the power broker with CM aspirations and a dead wife who looks like Julie’s doppelganger, may have something to do with it.