Cast: Sharat Saxena, Sharman Joshi, Sohail Khan, Amrita Arora, Gul Panag, Dilip Tahil, Isha Kopikar and Suresh Menon
Director: Atul Agnihotri
Life of some of the workers at a call centre during one particular night is depicted through the eyes of Shyam (Sharman Joshi) who also works there.
Shyam is about to loose his girl friend, Priyanka, to a high flying computer guy in the office.
He feels this is happening because there is no career progression in his job and so Priyanka is going for a high achiever.
Meanwhile, his colleague Esha Singh (Isha Koppikar) is an aspiring model waiting for that elusive break but Varun Malhotra (Sohail Khan) who is obsessed with sleep, fast life and girls is awe of Esha.
There is also Radhika Jha (Amrita Arora) a sweet little housewife, who is constantly looking for ways to manage home life with her bossy mother in law and a beleaguered grandfather.
Lastly, there is Military Uncle (Sharat Saxena) who is not allowed to speak to his grandchild making life unbearable for this man.
What's more, these call centre workers find their world crumbling around them as decisions on achieving high targets are conveyed by their boss, Subhash Bakshi (Dilip Tahil).
He continually takes away the credit for projects done by his co-workers and this does not help moral around the office.
It is a night when dreams finally crumble. For, there is that one call from God to save these people from their mundane lives...
Adapted from Chetan Bhagat's bestseller 'One Night at the Call Centre', Salman Khan is the writer, Chetan Bhagat and Katrina Kaif plays a goddess in the film.
Katrina promises Salman a narrative on one condition that he writes the story in the form of a book.
The story is narrated through the lines of thoughts of Shyam (Sharman Joshi) who is lost amidst the darkness of a lost love, lost ambitions, and work pressure.
The climax shows how each of these characters overcome their personal fears.
Directed by Atul Agnihotri, the film has been shot in Mumbai, America and Mauritius.