Suman lives a wealthy lifestyle along with her widower dad, Thakur Ranvir Singh, and an unmarried aunt, Damyanti, in a palatial house in Bombay. They are direct descendants of Raja Hariman Singh of Bijapur. When Ranvir finds out that Suman is in love with a middle-class male, Sanjay, he expresses displeasure and forbids her to ever see him again. When she persists, he tells her that there is a curse on the entire family, a curse that was inflicted 200 years ago by a blood-thirsty, flesh-eating demon named Samri. This curse impacts only women in their family, who are hideously transformed after giving birth to their firstborn, and die a painful death. Treating this as mere superstitious, Suman and Sanjay, along with Sanjay's friend, Anand, and Anand's wife, Sapna, set out to Bijapur to unearth and put an end to this rumor, not knowing that soon they will resurrect a virtually indestructible Samri, who is out to kill the remainder of the Singh family before wreaking havoc on the region ...
For 200 years his decapitated body laid in rest until greed brought him back.
Did You Know?
Mohnish Behl bashed the film after it released. He called it a "B "grade film and that he gained nothing from its success. See more
When Samari is beheaded his head is covered by a black cloth. Later when the head is picked up from ground and put in box, the black cloth is missing. See more
Let me go, let me go, I am full of rage to murder someone.
Followed by 3D Saamri
Woh Beetey Din Yaad Hain
Performed by Ajit Singh
Lyrics by Amit Khanna
, Geetanjali Singh
, Asha Rani
Music by Ajit Singh See more