(Released: Aug 27, 2004)
Mumbai is plagued by a gang of bikers, who rob establishments at will and escape on their souped-up motorcycles. The local police assigns this case to the Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP), Jai Dixit (Abhishek Bachchan), but he is unable to apprehend the culprits because he is not a mechanic and is not aware of what is involved with customized motorcycles. The only who can assist Jai is a jailbird, Ali Akbar Fateh Khan (Uday Chopra), who agrees to do so conditionally. Both team up to try to stop this crime spree. They kill one of the bikers, leaving the others to escape. This creates a considerable rift between Jai and Ali and, finally, they fight and decide to go their separate ways. Jai's superiors are not impressed with him, and he decides to resign from his job. Ali, meanwhile, is approached by the leader of the bikers' gang, Kabir (John Abraham), and is asked to join his team, which now has a vacancy due to the death of one of their comrades, Ali agrees to do so. Ali meets the rest of the gang members, including the only woman, the cold-hearted and business-like Sheena (Esha Deol), to whom he loses his heart. Meanwhile, Jai has started drinking in a big way, and the police are nowhere close to nabbing the bikers, who now seem unstoppable.