Synopsis: Aditya Shrivastav is a deserted army officer. He has a brother, Anuj. Anuj gets angry at Aditya one day and runs away. ACP Yashwant Thakur helps Aditya in finding Anuj, and later tells him ...

Come and match...

Come and match your

steps with mine.


Whatever is your condition,

it's the same with me.

Match your steps with mine.

My heart is a poet. If it wishes,

then it can be done.

I'm a lover, if I get my loved

one, then I'm at peace.

A fun-filled song can

brighten up everything.

Whatever is your path,

it's mine, too.

Match your steps with mine.

I'm intoxicated, my heart

beats with intoxication.

I wander like my piercing gaze.

There's more of anxiety, love

increases my desires.

This year doesn't seem to

end, such is my state.

Move aside, pal! Please move aside.

Aditya, Anuj is in the hospital.

Which hospital?

She screamed so loudly that I...

It's good that he dropped her

home, else she would've...

Anuj's brother.

Hello, brother.


- Aditya Srivastava.

The patient inside is...

- He's my brother.

Since when does he have

this asthma problem?

Since he was 6 years old.

And his addiction to alcohol

and cigarettes? - What?

Look, Mr. Aditya, whether your

brother does it with your knowledge...

...or he does it without your

knowledge, his problem... going to increase

in both the conditions.

He was somehow saved this time.

But considering his condition...

You were with Anuj. You know that

he has asthmatic problem.

Why didn't you stop him from

smoking and drinking?

You brought him till here.

Here onwards, I can take

care of him myself.

Since ACP Thakur has been

posted here, crime has...

...reduced by 25-30% and above that...

This is your college fees

and this is the... that you wanted

for the books.

Call me up if you

need anything else.

I'll get it while returning

in the evening.

Brother, I was thinking that if

you're going to the office then...

Ok. I'll drop you on my

way. Drink the juice.

It would have been better

had you slapped me.

Why are you punishing

me by keeping quiet?

Isn't it that you don't want

me to drink any longer?

Then why don't you tell

it to me, yourself.

I'm afraid that you

would argue with me.

Now that you've grown old.

But remember one thing, Anuj. Your

life isn't yours, but mine.

You've to live, if not for

yourself, then for my sake.

I've brought you up

with my own hands.

Since our parents death.

Do you know, Anuj...

Do you know, Anuj, I've no

one else in this world.

I won't be able to

live without you.

Whether you love me or not,

I love you a lot.

Brother, I'm sorry.

Don't take my words lightly, Anuj.

Stop roaming around with

your spoilt friends.

Else, one day...

- Ok, brother. I'll take care.

C'mon go. You're getting late.

Our brother has come. After

being scolded by his brother.

No, I'm not in the mood.

Bharadwaj's man had come.

He was saying that the...

...question papers would be in

the principal's locker tonight.

If we somehow manage to copy

the question papers and...

...give it to him then he's ready

to pay up to Rs.15000.

No, pal. You manage it yourself.

I won't be with you, this time.

Why are you ruining our

lives with your problem?

Yes, Anuj. They're telling

the right thing.

And they know it very well that

this isn't possible without you.

Moreover, your brother forbids

you from drinking and smoking.

Not from committing scams.

Ok. If we've to earn money,

then we've to do so... nicely as possible. Tell

Bharadwaj that the job will be done.

But not 15, I want Rs.20000.

Your brother hasn't taken the

question papers out of the locker...

...but he has locked

his future, forever.

The boy who can steal things

for a small amount of money...

...what's the guarantee

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Vikram Bhatt

Vikram Bhatt (born 1969 in Mumbai) is an Indian film director, producer and screenwriter. Formerly, he was the creative head of ASA Productions and Enterprises Pvt. Ltd.; however, he has resigned from the company in 2014. more…

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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