By Nilesh P. Khandare(11 Jun 2009)
Vikram, esranged and separated from his father, Ranvir, for the past thirty years, visits him in Ooty with his bride Anna from New York at her insistence, But only for a day or two. The moment Anna alights from the train that brings them to the small town, she unwittingly beomes the medium of events including vision of a murder that took place in the woods surrounding Vikram's father's home thirty years ago. With little love by Vikram for his father. It is Anna, an orphan, who conspires with her father-in-law to change Vikram's mind about staying longer and taking over his father's business.
The hauntings now become more frequent and intense, making Anna sick to the point that her mental health is being questioned. Even though Anna had never set foot in Ooty, leave alone India before, she seems very familiar with the surroundings and even some people. Anna begins to question some people who then see her as a threat.
The nightmares occur more frequently and with more specificity. At first Vikram accuses Anna of having some ingrained psychological problems, which hurt Anna deeply - but when strange inexplicable event happen to Vikram himself he apologizes to Anna. Vikram resolves to place thirty years ago, together they try to solve the mystery. The spirit of Linda, raped and murdered thirty years ago. Reincarnated as Anna, leads Anna and Vikram to the discovery of the identity of the murderer.