A London-based millionaire, deaf-mute, Surbhi (Tamannaah Bhatia) makes multiple enemies when she decides to use the property she inherits from her adoptive mother towards the betterment of kids living in an Indian orphanage.
After walking out of a torturous marriage back in India, Dev’s (Prabhu Deva) mother settles down in London and adopts a baby girl there, who goes on to inherit her estate after her death. But, Dev is not happy about giving away what he thinks is rightfully his, and would stop at nothing until he exacts revenge from his adoptive sister.
The film starts with the promise to satiate our quench for thrillers that are/could have been at par with their international counterparts. But, 20 minutes into ‘Khamoshi’ and you already know that this movie is yet another classic example of predictable writing in the crime-thriller genre, coupled with some lackluster performances and an end that wraps up in a tearing hurry.