Vishram Sawant is definitely hot on the heels of Ram Gopal Verma brand of film making (especially films like Satyaa and Company) as far as narrating a story in almost a journalistic story fashion. All the players are clearly defined and they have a specific role to play. Even the proverbial villain is shown to be humane and giving.
Suryakant Satam (Randeep) is a donâ€™t-mess-with-me kinda cop who is well known for his trigger-happy-ways. Bangkok based underworld don Khalid (Vinod Khanna) isnâ€™t happy with his â€˜daringâ€™. For, inadvertently by killing his shooters, Satam is helping politician Sarang (Anant Jog) and his prime adversary (and once-upon-a-time ally) Naidu (Zakir Hussain). But when Suryakant stretches his tentacles till Devki Vardhan (Seema Biswas), Khalidâ€™s prime conduit in Mumbai, all hell breaks lose. Finding himself behind bars, the hard cop doesnâ€™t have any option other than smearing his hands with the same dirt that he always sniggered at arrogantly. How he takes the â€˜risksâ€™ in salvaging his lost pride is what the story is all about.