'TOOFAN' is a story that is narrated in every age. But it never becomes stale or old. It is a story of a king and his chief minister. The king does not take interest in the administration as a ruler. The power is wielded by the chief minister who tyrannizes and oppresses the people in the name of the king. Balbir Singh, an indignant knight raises the voice of revolt. It is silenced with the death of his infant son Badal under the hooves of horses. Kidnapping the king's son Suraj, Balbir Singh goes away to a distant village with his wife and lives under a different name. Brought up by Balbir and his wife with love and affection Suraj is known as Badal, a simple rustic youth who loves to sing and dance. His other name is 'Toofan' who is out to take revenge on the oppressor and tyrants. Badal becomes aware of his true identity, and so does the chief minister. He plans his last master move. He summons the strongest man in the state, asks him to put on the disguise of 'Toofan' and kill Badal, hoping that he would get rid of both the Prince and 'Toofan'. His plan succeeds. Badal is killed. 'Toofan' is arrested and sentenced to death for killing Badal alias Suraj, the Prince. But since Suraj, Badal and 'Toofan' are three names of the same man, who is the person who was murdered? Who is the killer? And who is waiting for his death sentence as 'Toofan'?