Jurm is a Bollywood psychological thriller movie released in 2005, directed by Vikram Bhatt, featuring a cast of Kamal Adib, Bobby Deol, and Lara Dutta in lead roles. The plot revolves around a woman who is being stalked by an unknown person who has a grudge against her. The movie begins with Anushka (Lara Dutta) being stalked by someone who sends her photographs of herself, and she is terrified by the whole situation. She immediately seeks help from the police, but they are unable to give her any protection because the photographs are not taken by the stalker himself. At this juncture, Anushka meets a private detective named Rohit (Bobby Deol), and he agrees to help her find the stalker. At first, it appears that Rohit is the stalker himself, but he is only doing his job, and Anushka does not suspect him anymore. As the story progresses, Rohit and Anushka come across several clues, and finally, they discover the identity of the stalker. They find out that the stalker is none other than a man named Karan (Kamal Adib), who was once a close friend of Anushka. As the truth is revealed, the movie takes an intense and dark turn, and we see Karan's obsession for Anushka. The story enters a new phase as Karan kidnaps Anushka, and the police try to rescue her. The movie has a nail-biting climax where we see Rohit putting his life at risk to save Anushka from the clutches of Karan. The thrill and suspense throughout the movie keep the audience engaged until the end. The performances in the movie are noteworthy, with Lara Dutta delivering a commendable performance as a terrified woman dealing with her stalker. Bobby Deol's portrayal of a private detective is also steady and convincing. Kamal Adib, who plays the antagonist, delivers a chilling performance as the obsessive stalker. The music in the movie is decent, with the songs "Dekha Tujhe Toh" and "Mujhko Neend Aa Rahi" gaining popularity at the time of the movie's release. The cinematography of the movie is excellent, and the locations chosen for filming give the movie a somber and eerie tone. In conclusion, Jurm is a well-crafted psychological thriller that keeps the audience engaged throughout. The movie is a must-watch for those who enjoy edge-of-the-seat thrillers.