The open rivalry turns sour between two groups of a girl's college. Jaslene has exemplary popularity in her group and has unshattered support from her group girls. Pammi, who is from the rival group, is from America. She is very ambitious, commanding and adamant. There is nothing which can harmonize the two camps. Rupinder Sandhu, the sole guardian of Jaslene is determined to marry her at any cost. She sounds suspicious while talking to some unknown person about Jaslene's marriage on the phone. She is the custodian of Jaslene's wealth and entire estate. The agony aunt has great dislike for Rinky, who is the heart and soul of Jaslene. Rinky comes from a middle class background. She weaves a plan to get rid of Aunt's frequent proposals for Jaslene's marriage. Rinky bluffs her Aunt and tells her about Jaslene's involvement with a boy from abroad. The aunt seems enthralled over this. Both the friends are taken aback when they receive a letter from the fictitious boy they had mentioned to the aunt. The boy comes to India and invites Jaslene in the hotel. They are amazed and disorientated. They decide to meet the boy. The boy gets murdered in the girl's hostel. All the evidences prove their involvement in the murder. Eventually they are arrested but they manage to escape from the police station. The police start their hunt. Pammi too, is missing from the very day of the murder. Aunt is seen moving around suspiciously. A mysterious lady is also seen, sometimes as the boy's mother, sometimes as a nurse and sometimes as a laborer. The mysterious murder and the unwinding sequences keep the viewers glued to the edge of their seats. In the end, the story throws the viewers into utter bewilderment as the killer happens to be a person beyond the viewer's imagination.