|Directed by||Nagesh Kukunoor|
|Written by||Nagesh Kukunoor|
|Editing by||Sanjib Datta|
|Distributed by||Shemaroo Video Pvt. Ltd.|
|Release date(s)||1 August 2003|
|Gross revenue||INR 4,703,000 (India) (15 August 2003) (sub-total)|
This is the story of three men on death row. Jaggu (Jackie Shroff), a lawyer and a poet,
is arrested for murdering his wife because she was cheating on him with another man. Nagya (Nagesh Kukunoor), a man angry with the whole world, is arrested for murdering his wife, too, but although he claims he didn't do it because he said she fell off the sidewalk while they were talking. Ishaan (Naseeruddin Shah), a happy-go-lucky who lives to be free, is also arrested for murdering, but this time it was during the robbery and he shot the banker when he fell down. Their custodian is Mohan (Gulshan Grover), who is a nice police officer. A documentary filmmaker named Chandrika (Juhi Chawla) comes to the jail to set a film about these three men to escape her abusive husband and her painful past. After her film was finished, she sets out to help Ishaan to escape from the jail so she can get her revenge on him for killing her sister, the banker who was shot by Ishaan. Before she shoots him to death, he tells the truth about the wives of Jaggu and Nagya. Ishaan was responsible for pushing Nagya's wife to the street and he was the lover of Jaggu's wife and he, also, killed her by pushing her down a stairway. That's where Jaggu intentionally kills his wife. Finally, Jaggu and Nagya are free, but Ishaan.