Keshav: Leander Paes
Scar faced, frustrated, resentful, envies other better than him, craves for dignity, respectful and vulnerable, self pitting but rebellious. Self respecting yet coveting, brooding, humorous and intelligent. Running away from oppression. Keshav tries to free himself in order to find his worth.
D.Y. Commissioner Yadav: Jimmy Sheirgill
D.Y. Commissioner Yadav a lean, mean, handsome individual. He would get rid of someone in order to prove oneself superior. Missionary, respected by sub-ordinates feared by criminals, disliked by superiors, believes in instant justice. Always wanting to get even with his political masters. Finds the offenders as game for destruction, no nonsense, practical, shrewd. Every move of his is chess.
Banerjee: Priyanshu Chatterjee
Be spectacled, complacent, arrogant, well read, and witty but a bit if a snob. Banerjee's a fence sitter, who would not stick his neck out for others but does not shy from defending what is right. Living with compromises. A survivor with presence of mind emerges from compromise and grows out of the stigma of being a plagiarist by becoming an original writer.
Munish: Sudhanshu Pandey
Beautiful, boyish, forever complaining celebrity, snob, sees the have not's as slur on shining India. Someone who sees others as nuisance. Lives in an Ivory Tower. He is indifferent, insulting and insensitive. Vain ambitious but covers against slightest resistance.
Sunita: Puja Bose
Consumerist, bereft of inhibitions, playful, a rebel of sorts and untraditional. Sunita sees life as a game and denigrates herself hoping to expose the hypocrisy all around, gentle at heart but pragmatic at times and mostly stupid, enjoys publicity. Always looking for opportunity. Disgusted as being exploited sees life as a game.
Reena: Sayali Bhagat
Mischievous, beautiful, bitch exploiter, she uses Keshav's to shield her activities but wants revenge, in mindful of the consequence!
T.T.E: Gulshan Grover
To hold on to status-quo in order to save one's worth. Displeased with others lifestyles. Sees others as alienated from Indian culture. Middle aged morals, traditionalist. Always takes a moral high ground, believes that Indian were better of under the British. Cities scriptures, talkative opinionated always ready to preach but never to practice. However, is willing to help as long as he is not involved adversely.
S.I: Mukesh Rishi
Someone who holds himself to find one's worth. Interested in pleasing his superior. Wanting to serve, loyal, hardworking and the Man Friday of DY Commissioner.
Minister Indrale: Ishrat Ali
To save one's worth to overcome insecurity. Worried about the money in bank accounts of his parents. Paranoid... Gulligle, miser, racist, selfish but will not go beyond a point, however is a victim to the game of DY Commissioner Yadav.
Bhaijee: Kiran Kumar
To destroy others in order to survive. Wanting to teach Keshav a lesson. Sees betrayal. Picks up children from orphanage to do illegal errands on his behalf.
Pearl: Achint Kaur
To expose others in order to prove oneself. Happy with opportunity. Sees value in exposing others. Tall, beautiful jean clad, authoritative loves her cousin Munish, exploitative and a sting operator, single and adamant to expose DY Commissioner Yadav.
Lady S.I: Shilpa Shukla
Believes loyalty is for dogs and not for human beings.
Rajdhani Express is the story of Keshav as errand boy for a gun runner. On one errand Keshav steals the weapons and books a ticket on the Rajdhani Express from Delhi to Mumbai to escape. However his fate follows him through his escape onto the train in the form of Yadav, the DY Commissioner of ATS.
While trying to apprehend Keshav, Yadav manages to extracts political mileage from the situation weaving a web, endangering not only Keshav, but also his co-passengers. However The Commissioners has his ulterior motive to get even with his boss, the Minister Of Home, whose parents also happens to be on the train.
Distanced, ridiculed and humiliated, he reacts by pointing his gun at them. All hell brakes loose. Can Keshav escape the trap? If so, how?