In the first half, he’s shown helping a disabled student (Genelia D’Souza) write her exams and reunites a kidnapped toddler with his distraught mother. It’s all in a day’s work for Jai. But he doesn’t want to hear ‘thank yous’ and asks them to help three people around them instead (he says it’s a way of forming a human ‘goodness’ chain.). From there on how he challenges evil politician played by Danny and the whole system forms the rest of the story.