When the deeply driven and newlywed, Naveen Sikhera gets promoted and sent to Muzaffarnagar, the ' crime capital of India' as the Senior Superintendent of Police, his peers and media dub it more as a punishment. Muzaffarnagar is ruled by two gangs, Mohammad Shaukeen Khan and the Dedha brothers who had systematically divided the land into two parts . With no witnesses willing to testify and the police seemingly fearful of wanting to apprehend the known culprits, Naveen charts out his three-pronged strategy. First, the Police force needs to start believing in themselves, second, have the locals rekindle their faith in the Police and third, let it be known to the gangsters that Naveen Sikhera wouldn't bow down till he makes Muzaffarnagar the safest district of the heartland. He includes his Meerut team in his operation, infiltrates his moles into the gangs, begins mobile surveillance, battles the media and politicians, wins the respect of both the locals and his very own Police force with his drive to clean the system. Taking the reins in his hands, Sikhera starts cleansing the city and undertakes numerous encounters leading to the destruction of the Shaukeen gang and making in-roads into the operations of the Dedha gang. This is the story of a man who left a cushy life and soon became one of the most feared and loved officers but with a price to pay, but then again every revolution is built on sacrifices and this one unfortunately had it's unfair share.