The story involves around a deaf, and therefore dumb, 5-year old child, who has witnessed the murder of his mother and fled the scene. As fate would have it, Sagar (Govinda) finds the child in a dumpster, and takes him into his care. He tries to find the child's family, but as the child can't speak and there is no registered complaint for a missing child, Sagar becomes the foster parent. Getting Raja(he names the child that) helps him fill a void in his life, left by the death of his own wife and child.
The murderer however traces Raja back to Sagar, and wants to kill the sole witness of his crime. With that starts the hide and seek chronicle of protecting the child, while trying to uncover the crime story. The killer however, implicates Sagar in the murder of Raja's mother and he lands up in jail.
The climax is a chilling sequence of events, very deftly handled by the director.
The story is quite original, and the director did a good job in keeping the pace tight. Performances are very good, especially Govinda's. From his imagery of the song and dance actor, he took on a completely different role, and delivered with aplomb.
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