Rustom Pavri (Akshay Kumar), a fair officer of the Indian Navy shoots his companion Vikram (Arjan Bajwa) to death subsequent to finding that his better half Cynthia (Ileana D’Cruz) took part in an extramarital entanglements with the rich agent. The Commander surrenders himself to the Police quickly and confesses to have murdered Vikram yet argues ‘not blameworthy’ in court. Is it true that he is indicted or absolved? In spite of the fact that the peak has been astutely fictionalized, this court dramatization is basically in light of the genuine of Naval officer K M Nanavati, who in 1959, shot and murdered his better half’s beau.
The ensuing trial was one of India’s most shocking court cases. Going to the film, Rustom has a saltine of a start. Without squandering at whatever time, the executive comes straight to the point. He takes us rapidly through the conditions in which Rustom shoots Vikram and the trial starts.