An innocent boatman Ramsharan (Karan Razdan) is captured on high seas
by the mujahideen. His shipping trawler is taken over. Men working
under him are killed. The course of his trawler changed. Azaan khan
(Atul kulkarni ) who is the leader of the jihadis is a brutal man. He
is on a mission to get in to India and kill innocent people....
A fight takes place whereby Ramsharan is shot down by Azaan.
Ramsharan's family in the village consisting of his father
Devsharan (Satish Kaushik), mother Dulariben (Ila Arun) wife Megha
(Rituparna Sen) and daughter Muskaan (Jannat) , they all grieve the
death of Ramsharan.
Muskaan has a lot of innocent questions about her father death.
In fact the concept of death is alien to her. Little does she know
that existence is now going to teach her the concept of living and the
dead in a strange way.
A spirit begins to haunt Muskaan. Obsess her. The dead are trying to
reach out to her. Why? Why is someone dead trying to reach out to her
and her family. The whole village takes on a haunted look.
The Nawab of the district (Zakir Hussein) takes a keen interest in the
family. A Moulana (Anang Desai) tries to help the Sharan family. He
introduces them to Peer Jammatuddin Shah Baba (Anupam Kher).
The Peer fakir tries to exorcise the spirit from Muskaan being.
But he fails.
A strange thing happens one night. The spirit attacks. The family
fights back. The spirit gets trapped. So we think. It hits the walls
with great ferocity. Escapes through the chimney.
But the strange part is that the spirit has written something on the
wall. But it's in ancient Urdu. Which even the maulana can't
Whose spirit is it ? Is it an ancient spirit ? What is it trying to say or do ?
Peer fakir Jammat Ali Shah has some of the answers. But the answers
lead to some burning questions.
ABOUT LIFE AFTER DEATH. ABOUT THE CONCEPT OF KARMA. ABOUT THE HOLY WAR
WHICH CONTINUES TO RAGE THROUGHOUT THE WORLD.
SO YOU ARE WARNED.....WARNING is not for the faint hearted. It is an
experience which will terrorize you. Watch it at your own Risk.