Overview
a small, mischievous boy named Arjun. He stays with his widowed mother. He is extremely bold and daring and is loved by all. He stays at his uncle's house but he has royal blood as his father was the local Zamindar's son who was disowned by his father when he married Arjun's mother without informing the family. Everybody calls upon him in times of need for help and he does that without any complain. The local party is headed by miser, Holodhor whose daughter Rani and Arjun are lovers much to her father's dismay. He sends out men to find a perfect suitor for his only daughter. Meanwhile the oppression of the opposition party leader, Naren Pal and his son Vikram, started getting out of hand and as the representative of the villagers, Arjun takes up the duty of teaching Vikram a rightful lesson for his misdeed and does that. Meanwhile, mischievous Arjun devises a plan and declares the villagers that the Zamindar had announced prize money of 50 lakhs rupees to the best person who works for village's welfare. This fuels Heliodor's enthusiasm in taking care of the village and serving the villagers.Meanwhile Naren Pal also in order to win the prize money starts working for the welfare of the village.Electricity is brought by one side while the other side brings tube wells at every road. Slowly the village sees a never seen before improvement. But then the truth comes out driving both the parties against Arjun. They send out people to beat up Arjun. The news reaches to the Zamindar who realises Arjun is his own grandson. The game ends, when neither of the parties but as per Arjun's wish ,the money is given to the village school master. The Zamindar embraces Arjun and his mother with open arms. Rani and Arjun get married.