A murder inside the Louvre and clues in Da Vinci paintings lead to the discovery of a religious mystery protected by a secret society for two thousand years -- which could shake the foundations of Christianity.
Two British Nationals are killed by a ferocious tiger in Orbit Park, India. This incident follows several other incidents, and many deaths result, prompting a National Geographic correspondent, Krish Thapar, and his sexy photographer, Riya, to take a trip to this park and ascertain what really happened. A group of youngsters, consisting of Dev Malhotra, Ishika, Bagga, and Vishal, on a thrill and hunting trip also arrive there in the hopes of sighting and shooting some big prey. Both Thapar and Malhotra groups meet with each other, and seek the guidance of a local called Kaali. What these folks do not know that they are the ones who have been singled out to be the prey - and soon they will find out that there is no escape from Kaal (death) - as it hunts them down one by one. Written by
'Vivek Oberoi' was originally offered the role of Kali Pratap Singh, but couldn't do it because it wouldn't fit his schedule. Later on, he accepted to role of Dev. See more »
There is a sheet of paper on which the national park's rules are printed. One of the park officers states that those are in English on the front and in Hindi on the back. However, there are several other shots in which it is plain that the back of the sheets is blank. See more »
I had seen this film yesterday, considering it to be a Karan Johar & Shahrukh Khan Production, expected much more than the crap that I just saw.
The Acting was very poor, plots that were undefined & unexpected, background music that was terrible & reallyyyyyyy nothing scary. It was just a popcorn ride.
The film could have been much, much, better than what was imagined & directed by Soham. The plot changed from one part to another & then what do you recognize at the end, it is the same old Indian Masala.
Most of the Scenes were copied from Hollywood films which by surprise should not happen under a Huge banner.
Well at the end, just would like to say that it was waste of time & money.
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