The story starts in a fictional city Waaji, where the criminal empire led by Roy ( Jackie Shroff) runs his gangster syndicate. Though he keeps a tight leash on everyone, Devraj (Chunky Pandey) who wants to take over Roy’s place. As the syndicate tries to expand its territory in India, Roy travels to India were he is killed by the rival gang. As the Roy group has the control of all the syndicate’s money . Everyone is anxious as who will take over, in comes Roy’s son Arun vijay who guarantees the syndicate that the money is safe in a vault and the key (a black box) to the vault his secretly hidden in India. As the rivals groups fight to find the black box, an international thief is also wants to get to the black box. The police also forms a task force led by Ashok ( Prabhas) and Anjali ( Shraddha Kapoor) to tackle this situation and retrieve the black box . Who gets the black box and what happens to the syndicate is the rest of the story.
Though Prabhas tries to deliver his best and handles most of the scenes with a slow and endless twisting screenplay for 172 mins it becomes a tedious venture for the audience. First half is endless and takes us to unnecessary pots which over cooks the film. Second half too starts slow and only catches up in the end 30mins. Shraddha though having a enough screen space , still looks as an unwanted character in the film. Over composed VFX shots makes most of the scenes artificial thorough out the film. Ghibran’s background score elevates most of the scenes, but songs doesn’t make an impact. Other actors do their best , but nothing great. Action choreography is top notch but needs editing tweaks. Overall the film doesn’t justify the amount spent for this venture and lacks a good story line. I give it 3/10