Bhagat Singh (Aditya Pancholi), a middle-class respectable police inspector, is assigned to investigate the death of a gangster named Moosa (Ishrat Ali). He has to come to terms with the murder of his daughter and soon finds the culprit of both is a notorious gangster named Gawda (Charan Raj). Inspector Singh arrests Gawda and his son only to find they have soon been released by court order. Gawda plots to kill Singh and has him killed. The brothers Ajit Singh known as "Fauji" (Dharmendra), and Jai Singh (Jay Mehta) investigate, to find that the corrupt police are responsible themselves and are involved in running a mafia that has grown more powerful than the government itself.
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It is set in the fictional village of Bilaspur, Bihar in 1996. The movie starts with the grisly portrayal of a mob killing of two defenceless women, orchestrated by vested interests, and how village power players later evade administrative inquiries into this atrocity. This incident sets the tone for much of the rest of the movie. The central characters are a young couple, Vinay (Ayub Khan) and Ketki (Madhuri Dixit). They are quickly plunged into the midst of machinations by several powerful and unscrupulous villagers. Foremost among them is contractor Tirpat Singh (Mohan Joshi), a powerful, corrupt and ruthless man who oppresses poor people and especially women with impunity. Vinay too becomes influenced by Tirpat, and under this influence spirals down a dark road of domestic abuse, alcoholism, and selfishness that alienates his loving wife and tears apart the whole family, despite her best efforts to fight this. The rest of the movie deals with their efforts to break out of this morass, both within their relationship as well as outside of it, and Vinay's and especially Ketki's long, hard, and bloody struggle to confront and defeat the forces of oppression and male domination in the village. more»