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  • A patriotic young man turns into a terrorist to avenge his father's humiliation.

  • Captain Ranvir is assigned the task of apprehending two terrorists named Shaka and Dara. Upon arrival in the region, he meets with and falls in love with Radhika, the daughter of Rajasaheb, who also is a Mantri. The latter approves of him, and arranges his wedding with his daughter. Before the engagement could take place, Ranvir finds out that he has a rival in Shaka, who was in love with Radhika before, and is all set to prevent this marriage at any and costs. Ranvir decides to postpone his wedding until such time he arrests Shaka and his associates - a decision that will not only pit him against well-armed terrorists, but also result in the abduction of a bus-load of Vaishnodevi devotees - which include Radhika and her Bua.

  • Shyam lives with his mother and a patriotic father. His father teaches him all possible norms that are to be upheld in paying due respect to the Indian constituency. Shyam meets and fall in love with Radhika, the only daughter of Rajasaheb, the Mantri of that region. When Rajasaheb learn of this he is enraged and conspire with corrupt inspector Yajwendra to target Shyam by murdering his father and framing him of harboring terrorists due to which he is arrested and imprison. Shyam then makes a drastic escape and with the police hot on his trail he is rescued by establish terrorist, Dara and his gang who then change his name to Shaka and is then added to the gang with a motive of settling all differences with his enemies. Standing in his path way is Captain Ranvir from the Indian army who is bent upon bringing him to justice giving rise to a cat and mouse game between Shaka and Ranvir himself.


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