Abruptly Bollywood appears to have been cleared by a wave of stories about infidelity and indiscrimination. Anurag Basu's "Murder" is very little not the same as what might be normal from such a story. A wife looks for sexual fulfillment outside her marriage when her existence with her spouse starts to become scarce.
The film starts with a picture idealize picture off a little group of Sudhir [ashmit Patel], his wife Simran [mallika Sherawat] and their child Kabir. They are settled in Bangkok where Sudhir is totally charmed in his business.
As Sudhir goes about pursuing his long for becoming showbiz royalty in the corporate planet, his wife Simran starts to feel disregarded. Her existence is turning dreary and passing every day is turning into a matter of killing time. One day Simran chances upon her ex Sunny [emraan Hashmi]. A stormy experience with a lover from yesteryears just carries remembrances of the past when Simran and Sunny were enamored however couldn't get hitched. At that point, they had one another. Right away, they both are forlorn. Together alone, Sunny and Simran are inescapably drawn towards one another. The fire of ardor that had been splashed quite a while back abruptly lights again and the two can't control intersection as far as possible. With their infidelity consummated, a wedge shows up in Simran's affections for her spouse.
In the mean time, Sudhir is not a dolt to not see the change in his wife's conduct. He starts to sense that she is conceal something from him. So he procures a criminologist to spy on Simran. Also the disclosures of the analyst just deliver the monstrous truth about Simran's disloyalty. Sudhir is basically broken. He had been striving to give an improved life to his wife and child, yet what utilization of such income when wife feels dismissed and runs about dozing with another person. At last, Sudhir chooses to go up against Sunny. Be that as it may this gathering will change the course of whole story...