Ten people are chosen to participate in a contest and assembled in a bungalow in a picturesque island. When the contestants begin to die painful deaths one by one, can the last five left standing find way to escape the house of terror?
Suspenseful and scintillating, this tale of terror is set against the backdrop of a picturesque island, where 10 members of a contest show are being made to stay.
Jai, a drug peddler is offered money to be a contestant. Amongst the 9 other participants, Jai meets Sakshi whose photo he has in his purse and both soon fall in love. However, terrifying events begin to happen and one by one, the contestants are all murdered in cold blood.
When just five participants remain alive, they learn from a judge (Anant Nag) that they were all guilty of heinous crimes in the past. Malika was guilty of causing the death of an elderly couple, when she ran over them in a state of alcohol intoxication. Despite having committed the crime, she showed no remorse and claimed to have been innocent, while blaming her innocent driver for the crime.
When the headmaster of the school had raped a little girl, Sandhya and her father had fought to have him punished. However, in order to save the school's reputation, the tables were turned on them and Sandhya's father was framed for the crime, forcing him to commit suicide.
KP had abandoned his pregnant girlfriend, causing her to lose her mental balance. Intoxicated by greed, Sakshi had watched a wealthy young man as he drowned in the swimming pool and left him to die. Malika, Sandhya and KP are brutally murdered at the house, while Sakshi and Jai manage to escape, but Jai too gets critically wounded by a gunshot.
Sakshi hallucinates that the youngster she had left to die is begging for her to save him and ends up falling into the ocean to her death. However, finally the police arrive and are able to save Jai's life and he makes a fresh start in his life, as a cotton candy salesman.
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