SHOR is a fast-paced, edgy take on the grey area between right and wrong in the overcrowded Indian city. Set in Mumbai, three stories unravel at breakneck speed, much like the pace of the city and the narration is contrasted with a unique style of wry humor. Abhay is the 'outsider' new to the city, who is sometimes amused and sometimes assaulted by the sights and sounds of the city. He comes face-to-face with a stark truth: he is completely alone in a city full of people who are driven to anything to survive or succeed. Tilak, a bootlegger and his pals, Ramesh and Mandook represent the youth today who seem blatantly apathetic. They routinely pull scams for party money. When they find a stash of weapons on a train, they take their game to a new level.
Sawan has one thing on his mind: securing a place in the Mumbai Cricket Team. By hook or by crook! Armed with two rock solid supporters - spritely girlfriend, Sejal and out-of-shape buddy, Robin - he is willing to do whatever it takes to succeed.
SHOR is about the race for survival; the race to achieve something. Right or wrong is immaterial: and the film does not judge. The narrative style is conversational, and the movie moves at a live-wire pace that forces you right in the middle of the action, forcing you to take a decision along with the characters.