NO, unless the company you are working for in India is willing to "relocate" you to a branch that they have in the UK. If not, the UK home office will issue you a temporary work visa IF you can prove to them you have a bonifide job offer (thus you would need a letter or contract). They would have to first apply for a sponsor's license which is a thousand pounds. Then, YOU would have to complete a points test to prove that you are needed in the UK and if the home office should grant you a work visa. You will be given points for the necessary salary, job offer, whether or not a local citizen or resident could the work you are applying to do ( and if there is, points test failed...end of test).
And, keep in mind that a work permit does NOT guarantee you the right to live here permanately. You have to make a certain amount in order to this this. Too many Indians and Pakistanis were abusing the system which is why there is a big backlash againt foreign workers, especially from Asia. Can't say that I blame them.
So no without proper papers, you wouldn't have a prayer.