In a too abrupt start, we see a certain village getting attacked by a group of people. Cut to Ishwar Prasad (Arshad Warsi), Minister of Water Resources, is seen addressing the media over the issue of stolen antiques from the ancient temples. He promises to quit politics if the government fails to track down the people behind this.
CBI Joint Director Satakshi Ganguly (Mahie Gill) is called in from the ruling part’s side to find some dirt on Ishwar. Enters Ishwar’s former personal secretary IAS Chanchal Chauhan (Bhumi Pednekar), who’s spending her time in prison for shooting her husband dead. Satakshi takes her to an abandoned ‘haveli’ to question her.
Enters Durgamati (Also Bhumi Pednekar but way too melodramatic). Durgamati is the spirit of the dead queen of that ‘haveli’ & like every other horror flick, the spirit is here for some kind of revenge. What revenge? That’s the final 30 minutes and are indeed the only bearable ones.