‘However, I say that murder is a mind puzzle. The pieces of the puzzle are in your head, but they are all black and blank. Only when you start finding clues, do they get activated or perceptible. And once you have found them all, you can put the puzzle together and when you do so, the picture of the murderer will be shown on the amassed puzzle and the case is solved.’ said Raj thoughtfully.
Raj, an orphaned Indian, vested in Chicago is called upon by his dearest friend, Ron, for attending his birthday party. Being an amateur sleuth, he is posed with his first ever murder case as Ron’s father is found poisoned to death early in the day after the celebration. As he finds himself unravelling the mystery, joining hands with the inspector, who is officially in charge, he is posed with two more crimes in the following couple of days.
Raj and the inspector, then start their campaign to bring out the truth behind the recent scandals. With all proof pointing at the few residents of the house, they comprehend that there is a robber and a murderer or two at Ron’s house.