When a couple from a big city arrive in an Indian jungle to sort out a troubled marriage, they run into the wife's ex-lover. As husband and lover lock horns for the woman, they become blind to signs of a lurking presence. A starving leopard has been shot by poachers and can't hunt his normal prey. This perfect killer has become so accustomed to hunting man that he's begun to think like us. As darkness falls, a night of terror begins. More than a 150 people are killed by leopard or tiger attacks in India every year due to mounting poaching and encroachment on the wilderness. Some such animals become man-eaters. This story is about one of them.
|Domestic Gross (India) (% Share)||Rs. 2.1 Lakhs (100%)|
|+||Overseas Gross (Foreign) (% Share)||Rs. 0 (0%)|
|=||Total Worldwide Gross||Rs. 2.1 Lakhs (100%)|
Data as of 05/17/12 1:00 PM GMT
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