‘Good Samaritans’ Abhay[Hooda], Maya[Kangana], Goti[Neil Bhoopalam] and Kalim[Angad Bedi] are out to clean the system with ‘Ungli’ menacing with the culprits so that the departments and officials get to learn a lesson, a corruption free system that’s their motto.
Nikhil [Emraan Hashmi] is a cop in distress with aimless life; ACP Kale [Sanjay Dutt] gives him a task to unearth the Ungli Gang accordingly to achieve his lost credit in the Police force. As to locate the whereabouts of the Ungli Gang Nikhil himself stakes the claim of being a gang member and starts a fight against the dishonest bureaucrats and even a local Rikhshawala’s who repudiate a ride to Nikhil’s mother for a minimum distance as usual insist on a long journey, infuriated about the incident he forcibly dumps a auto driver in a train luggage compartment to Delhi.
As this turn into a volatile clash between the Ungli Gang and Nikhil they ultimately settle for an add-on and take the mêlée further.
Karan Johar production is on an experimental spree, with no novel treatment or a strong inspirational message also the film lacks a power house performance from an ensemble cast.
Emraan Hashmi as Nikhil
Sanjay Dutt as ACP Kale
Kangana Ranaut as Maya
Randeep Hooda as Abhay
Neha Dhupia as Teestha
Angad Bedi as Kalim
Neil Bhoopalam as Goti
Arunoday Singh as Ricky