Lucky (Anil Kapoor) had had enough of change. From orphanages to juvenile delinquent homes! From odd jobs to petty crimes! From home addresses to jail addresses! He wanted his innocence back. A plot of land in Bangalore; a family... a dog; a new beginning. One last con-job, girlfriend in tow, sunset in background, and he would be well on his way. Twenty-four hours later, he's been betrayed by his girlfriend, hunted by a drug lord, orphaned by the death of his three partners and sent to Goa to do a drug deal to buy his life back.
Sujit R. Varma
After having betrayed his partners in crime, Lucky comes in possession of a bag full of money, which he decides to keep for himself and his girlfriend, Lara. Unfortunately for him, the money belongs to notorious gangster Billa, who manages to locate Lucky, only to find out that Lara has taken off with it. To replace this bag of money, Lucky is told to carry out an assignment on behalf of Billa by taking some "merchandise" to Goa. He is instructed that he is to proceed as he is told, and not be distracted by anything or anyone. Having no choice, Lucky sets out on his way to Goa. Once there he meets with an attractive young dancer named Sam, who wants him to kill her husband, Lukka, for a hefty sum of money, as well as a share in Lukka's property. Before Lucky could decide, he is contacted by Lukka, who also offers him a large sum of money to kill Sam. Things spiral out of control, when Sam kills Lukka herself, and asks Lucky to help her dispose off the body. What Lucky does not know is that Sam has not been completely truthful to him, and perhaps with an oblique motive withheld the information that Lukka's brother is the local police inspector, who will leave no stone unturned to kill Sam, and whoever assisted her in killing Lukka. To make matters worse, Billa himself comes to Goa, when he finds out that Lucky has breached his instructions. Lucky is now in an unenviable position, with an deceptive Sam as his partner; an angry policeman; and an even angrier gangster, looks like luck may have given up on Lucky.
- British children's TV presenter 'Konnie Huq' (qv) of BBC's _"Blue Peter" (1958)_ (qv) makes a brief appearance as an extra. She is one of the clubbers in the background of the nightclub when the song Door Se Pass is performed. As part of Blue Peter, she actually had to recreate the entire scene and had just one day to learn the moves.