Hisss (otherwise called Nagin: The Snake Woman) is a 2010 film,directed by Jennifer Chambers Lynch. Bollywood performing artist Mallika Sherawat assumes the main part.
George States (Jeff Doucette) is experiencing the last phase of cerebrum growth and has just six months to live. To anticipate demise and pick up everlasting life, he chooses to separate the “Nagmani” from a shape-moving snake who can take human structure, Nagin (Mallika Sherawat). He catches the bother (the male snake) so that the nagin (the female) comes after the capturer to free her partner, consequently permitting him to acquire the nagmani by power. He keeps the bother in a glass box where he shocks and torments him. His arrangement works and the nagin begins tailing him.
On her way, she is aided by a police reviewer (Irrfan Khan) and his significant other (Divya Dutta), who is barren, bringing on a strain in their relationship. The nagin helps a couple of ladies who are defenseless: One who is beaten brutally by her significant other; one being assaulted by a man, etc. She fiercely kills those men who were included in the catch of her mate and also men who torment ladies. The police monitor who is attempting to help her discover her mate examines the killings. At long last, she achieves George’s safehouse where she recovers her mate and they have intercourse, prompting Nagin getting to be pregnant. George endeavors to catch the nagin amid intercourse since this is the point at which she will be at her generally defenseless.
Wearing a suit that conceals his warmth signature, he draws her by utilizing her withering mate as snare to a trap. He catches her and tries taking the nagmani however right then and there, the police investigator arrives and helps her. Rankled by the demise of her mate by the hands of George, she tackles a gigantic structure — half snake, half lady — and tosses him in the glass box where her mate was kept and shocks him.