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Couple Sushant and Aparna Dubey check in to a beach resort in Mauritius with their daughter Titli, to spend holidays. One night, while they are busy making love in the other room, their daughter gets kidnapped. The Mauritius Police Official investigates this case of abduction. The cop is convinced enough that there’s something fishy about how Mr. Dubey reacts, as reaction of the mother was obvious, but there is something suspicious about the father’s behaviour. Nothing is what it seems, there may be a third brain involved. Moreover, Mr. Dubey is having some kind of a fling with another young woman who is present at the resort. He leaves his hotel room during the wee hours of the night to meet his lover. Police suspect that Mr. & Mrs. Dubey's bad marriage is probably the cause why one of them might have abducted or killed their daughter.

Directed by

Mukul Abhyankar

Written by

Mukul Abhyankar


  • Tabu [ Aparna Dubey a.k.a. Mrs. Dubey ]

    Tabassum Fatima Hashmi known mononymously as Tabu, is an Indian film actress. She has primarily acted in Telugu and Hindi films, she has also appeared in English, Tamil, Malayalam, Marathi and Bengali language films. Tabu was born on November 4, 1971 to Jamal Hashmi and Rizwana to a Muslim family. She went to St. Anns High school in Hyderabad. Tabu moved to Mumbai in 1983 and studied at St. Xavier's College for two years. She is the niece of Shabana Azmi and Baba Azmi and the younger sister of actress Farah Naaz. She speaks Telugu, Urdu, Hindi and English. Tabu did a small appearance in the film Bazaar in 1980. Her appearances in commercially successful films were few, and her parts in these films were small, such as Border (1997), Saajan Chale Sasural (1996), Biwi No. 1 (1999) and Hum Saath-Saath Hain: We Stand United (1999). Her most notable performances include Maachis (1996), Virasat (1997), Hu Tu Tu (1999), Astitva (2000), Chandni Bar (2001), Maqbool (2003) and Cheeni Kum (2007). Her leading role in Mira Nair's American film The Namesake (2006) also drew major praise.

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  • Manoj Bajpayee [ Sushant Dubey a.k.a. Mr. Dubey ]

    Manoj Bajpayee also credited as Manoj Bajpai, is an Indian film actor who predominantly works in Hindi cinema and has also done Telugu and Tamil language films. Bajpayee was born on April 23, 1969 in a small village called Belwa in Bihar, India. He is the second child among his five other siblings, and was named after actor Manoj Kumar. His father was a farmer and his mother was a housewife. He studied in a "hut school" till fourth standard, and later did his basic schooling in Bettiah. He completed his 12th class from Maharani Janaki College in Bettiah and and went to Satyawati, then to Ramjas College, Delhi University. Bajpayee did director and acting coach for Barry John's workshop and got a teaching position at the school. He is known for his work on Gangs of Wasseypur (2012), Satya (1998) and Aks (2001). He has been married to Neha since February 23, 2005.

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  • Annu Kapoor [ Ramkhilawan Buddhu ]

    Annu Kapoor is an Indian film actor and television presenter best remembered for hosting the vocal reality show Antakshari from 1993 to 2006 and his roles in Mr. India (1987 film), Vicky Donor (2012) and Jolly LLB 2 (2017). Kapoor was born on February 20, 1956 in Itwara, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, to Madanlal, a Punjabi father and Kamal, a Bengali mother. His father owned a travelling Parsi theatre company which performed in cities and towns, and his mother was a poet and a trained classical singer. Due to poor financial circumstances, he had to quit school following secondary education and joined his theatre company. Following a stint there, he joined National School of Drama in 1976. Kapoor began his career as a stage actor in 1979 and was noticed in 1984's Ek Ruka Hua Faisla, directed by Basu Chatterjee and written by elder brother Ranjeet.

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