An uncomplicated man Shiva finds himself in a vortex of desperate and miserable life after an act of mindless violence by the demonic village Thakur. Shiva avenges his father and sister’s murder by killing Thakur and his men and soon after, prodded by his saviour and partner-in-crime Sukhlaal, joins the gang of a deranged dacoit Raja Rangoli. Since Shiva and Sukhlaal had also killed cops while escaping, the local police led by SP Suraj Pratap and Inspector Jamaal, initiate an investigation on Shiva…
There Shiva is not happy joining Raja for his whimsical and absurd ways. Fortunately he meets Daya Baba, a wise man of the gang who becomes his advisor and guru. Shiva turns out to be a quick learner and proves his worth to the gang. Yet despite his contribution, Raja continues to insult and abuse Shiva. Eventually, during a raid at a rich trader’s house, when Raja attempts to rape the trader's daughter, Shiva revolts and leaves with Sukhlaal and Ganga to form his own gang. This is the turning point in Shiva’s life and the beginning of a journey of his becoming the most feared outlaw of Bundelkhand. As Shiva’s might and reputation grows, many powerful people reach out to him seeking his favour. And amongst them is a wily politician Jagat Prabhu.
Shiva’s story finally turns out to be a clash of aspirations. It is a tale signifying the futility of violence as a means of dominance and power. Almost as quickly the newly appointed SP Ajay Sinha takes the charge, he ruthlessly moves against Shiva and his men. The irony of Shiva’s story is, even the mighty SP would have failed to get him and dismantle his empire, had he not been betrayed by a man he so deeply trusted.
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