An Interpol agent travels to India to find the terrorist who killed his partner.
Did You Know?
Because of India's tight gun control laws, most of the firearms featured in the movie were wooden or plastic replicas. The few authentic models were supplied by the Bombay police department; blank cartridges were not available, so firing effects were created by running miniature explosives through the guns with a wire. See more
Just before Johan Davaad kills the lead scientist with a knife in a laboratory scene, the boom microphone is briefly visible. See more