The story begins with a series of seemingly unconnected events, all over the globe. In Uzbekistan, an ex KGB Officer is tortured and murdered. In Cape Town, a group of International business tycoons discuss a rumor that the dead KGB officer had a nuclear suitcase bomb hidden away. In Moscow, An Indian Secret Agent is exposed. The Agent is shot dead while trying to send a Code Red message to India. In India, the head of RAW sees the incomplete message. All it contains is a number. 242. Enter Agent Vinod. Vinod (Saif Ali Khan) is the kind of Agent who first kicks the door open and then finds out what's behind it. His unconventional approach puts him in dangerous situations, but he manages to get the crucial leads. Vinod is sent to Moscow to investigate why his colleague was killed. Vinod finds out that a Russian Money Launderer Abu Nazar has sent 50 million dollars to a contact in Morocco, for an operation against India. Vinod leaves for Morocco, where he meets an elderly Mafiosi Kazan and the beautiful but mysterious Dr. Ruby. A series of twists and turns take Vinod across the globe...from Marakkesh to Riga, Karachi to Delhi and finally London...where he discovers the ultimate conspiracy...
Ordinary movie with catchy songs
- Agent Vinod review by RL
It's not in the same league as Hollywood's Bourne movies, but is watchable if you like espionage. Saif Ali Khan plays the tough, ruthless agent well considering he normally plays spineless comic romeos. Some great international scenes. The catchy songs alone make it worth a watch.