General Management

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This written script is purely a work of fiction and it has no resemblance with any person, living or dead. If any such resemblance is found, it would only be co-incidence and nothing else.

The Undercover
Characters:
Denny : an undercover agent from America. He will do anything it takes to save his country.
Sunny : Denny’s assistant. A man who can get away with his tounge from every situation.
Vin : A loyal cop from Iraq. High on morals and powerful with his fists.
Dwyane : Denny’s friend from America. A short tempered samoan killing machine.
General Mushtaq : Head of arab military. He controls all the power of Arab countries.
Nexus 5 : A group of 5 mindless geniuses who just like to blow everything off.

Scene 1:
Istanbul , Turkey.
In a abandoned old building of Istanbul. Drug mafia of turkey were all set to have a meeting. They were gonna exchange their communication codes in a magnetic chip through which they export drugs to America, Canada and some parts of Asia. 2 groups arrive, the old head of mafia was to pass the chip to the new manager, a suited booted person with a business degree to take the trades to a whole new level.
Somehow this news got leaked to the Intelligence agency of USA, so they sent the best man, Denny Cruise to eliminate the whole setup of mafia all at one place in one go.
Denny got there with his partner, Sunny, well not quite charming as Denny but a man who could get away with anything at anytime with anyone just by his talking.
Always ahead of time, Denny got there as he mixed up in the crowd as one of the gang members. He had a fake magnetic chip with him to decive the mafia. With just 15 minutes to go for the meeting, They both

Undercover Intelligence Agency , USA.
A call shaked the headquarters of UIA to the core. The words out of the reciver were as follows:
“Karma is a Bitch. And its time to give you…...

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