Club Dancer

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Club Dancer

UA | 08 Apr, 2016

2 hrs 5 min | Action, Musical, Thriller
2D

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Synopsis

Ria (New find Nisha Mavani) is a young vivacious night club dancer in Mumbai. Aware of her parents concern (Shakti Kapoor and Zarina Wahab) she has told them a concocted story that she has married a young man in Mumbai and is a house wife. But, when she receives an urgent call from her mother informing her of her father's heart attack and their visit to Mumbai for further medical treatment, Ria finds herself in a logjam and in order to veil the deception she needs a husband to suffice her ailing father. She soon comes in contact with a dreaded killer by the name of Monty, who has killed the chief Minister and is on the run and needs a temporary shelter to hoodwink the pursuing cops. They both come to a tacit understanding where she will provide him shelter at her home provided he plays the role of her husband. The deception worth for a while but prior to her father's heart surgery, Monty disappears, leaving behind an anxious Ria. But, a young educated man by the name of Amit (Rajbeer Singh) comes to her rescue and has an uncanny physical resemblance to Monty, minus the beard and moustache. After hearing Ria's story, the young man agrees to replace Monty as her husbands lookalike and the deception works to her advantage. Amit, with his congenial behaviour and amiable disposition wins over Ria's parents and unknowingly and unwittingly, Ria falls in love with him without the latter's awareness. Soon her parents leave for Patiala and Amit collects his money and leaves for his native place Goa, leaving behind a crestfallen, flummoxed Ria. She decides to quit dancing for good and start a new life when suddenly, Amit appears on the horizon, with a preposterous proposal that stuns her. What is this proposal ? Are Monty and Amit the same person ? All this and more is answered in a gripping, action-packed climax that shall engage the attention of the viewers till the very end.