Ray Acharya(Neil Nitin Mukesh), our hero, plays an out-of-job wildlife photographer who chances upon his grandpa’s invention – a camera that can click pictures only into the future. You set the date using the dials and click away. Initially, Ray clicks some random pictures out of his study window only that prints reveal are nothing like what he’d seen. One of the picture shows a neighbor being thrown off a Ferris Wheel, who he manages to save. Another picture is of Simi Chatterjee (Bipasha Basu) a very successful DJ living in the adjacent apartment. Ray uses the picture to save Simi from being shot at the club where she works. Ain’t that slick?
As you’d guess, damsel is seeing the knight who is busy using the camera to win everything from lotteries to races. What follows is a rapid action train of event with Ray as the locomotive. Riches soon start attracting the eyes of corrupt RAW agents. The actions move overseas and before you know it, the movie is closing to its end.
Without giving you more, I’m recommending you find this out for yourself. Remix of the classic hi-tempo track ‘Aa Dekhen Zara’ awaits you in the closing credits. A must watch sci-fi Bollywood flick that will deliver what was promised. And brace yourselves, there could be a sequel.