Amjad (Akshay Kumar) is an autorickshaw driver who gives aspiring Bollywood aspirants shelter and runs around Heena (Esha Deol) who happens to look more tomboyish than she actually is. Ajit Rathore (Ajay Devgan) is a cop sworn to the nation. Lara Dutta and Koena Mitra are also in the film.
Amjad has a brother, Azhar (Rahul Dev); he lost contact with during the Gujarat riots. Azhar is now a terrorist in charge of a mission to free Masud. Amjad, of course, doesn’t know, and is happy rain dancing in the disco with his friend Avinash (Tusshar), Heena, Meghna (Lara) and Tusshar’s love Indu (southern actress Laila). Indu is a village girl whose producers want to exploit because she wants to be a heroine.
The climax of the film is a hostage drama, high on action. As far as acting goes, Devgan does reasonably well as the tough guy, and Akshay gives his fans what they want. Directed by K. Subaash, the film follows the set pattern of masala films of the 80s. A remake of Krishna Vamsi’s Telugu film ‘Khadgam’.