Veeru Singh and Rajeshwar Singh are sworn enemies, their clans and villagers have taken sides in a blood feud. Guns, and goons galore in both their fiefdoms. Military grade training for their cadres. How did all this come to pass when they were inseparable as friends while they were children. Their blood feud extends to their children. When one of their sons, Kunal gets a girl from the opposite camp pregnant, and she is raped and killed by someone from the other side, tensions escalate. Will the grandchildren carry the torch of hatred. Vasu and Radha are the grandchildren, whose association kindles another fire from yesteryear. Who manipulated the estrangement of dear friends and why? Is there a possibility of reconciliation between Veeru and Rajeshwar? Who wins, who loses is the theme of the film. Glueing the plot together is a childhood song that the duo would sing, and now the grandchildren have learned to sing. Written by
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Referenced in Bombay Talkies