After this escape, Omar tries to rob the Kohinoor diamond but by the time his gang gets the information, Rajveer (Hrithik Roshan) has done the robbery and escaped to India. So Omar's men make a dealing with him and decide to buy the diamond for $5 million but after the amount is credited into Rajveer's account, he demands more and so both the parties end up in a clash.
While escaping from the clash, he meets Harleen Sahani (Katrina Kaif) in a hotel on the way and he falls for her. They start talking to each other in their first meeting itself. On seeing this, the police force mistakes her to be an accomplice in the robbery and starts chasing her. To save her from the police Rajveer takes her along with him and what happens to them is the rest of the story.
Hrithik Roshan has proved his talent. He seems to have developed his image in this character more than the previous movie. Katrina's innocent looks and act attracts the viewers. The movie is packed with attractive items as fighting, chasing, actions and romance sequences. The chasing scenes are pictured in an awesome manner. A special appreciation can be given to the cameraman Vikas Sivaraman and the director Sidharth Anandh. Songs are good and Vishal Shekar scores in his music.