Synopsis: Disowned by his parents at a young age Pratap Narayan Tilak ended up in a small time village controlled by underworld dons and some very powerful and influential politicians. Lazy, alcoholic and unemployed Pratap being influence by a journalist called Mega Dixit attempts to make people of that community independent and beneficiary. Because of state owned members and some members from within the police force, Pratab is forced to take the law into his own hands creating more chaos in his society.
Genre: Action, Drama, Romance
159 min

Salutations, Mr. Bheeshm Narain.

- Salutations, brother!

ls everything fine at home?

- Yes, thanks to God.

All right.

What happened to the

case about your land?

What has to happen,

Mr. Bheeshm Narain?

They are giving me date after date.

And l am tired going to

the court every now and then.

Can l tell you something?

- Yes, yes.

You along with Mr. Gandhi,

fought with bullets and sticks..

..and achieved freedom

for us from the British.

But the British rule

was better any day.

Work was done immediately.

Nowadays, you have to

bribe to get your work done.

God knows what will

happen of this country.

l touch your feet, mother.

- Live long! Come, sit here

Just like your grandfather, you..

..should also make

the family proud.

Here, take these offerings.

Very good!

Did you take your father's

blessings? - l will, mother.

First mother's blessings,

then father's blessings.

Son. - You know l don't like milk.

You will have to drink the milk.

lf you don't drink milk,

how will you grow strong?

Come on drink. Very good.

- Daughter-in-law.

Listen, is Pratap ready?

- l am ready, grandpa.

Regards grandpa.

- Live long.

But you will not drop me

off to school today.

l'll go to school myself.

You rest here.

He is exactly like his father,

the same habits.

Grandpa, don't you know

that you should never hit here.

You know the small brain lies here

lf you hit there, a person dies.

Okay, l made a mistake.

Go, go to school. You are late.

Okay, grandpa.

Mother, l am going. - Okay, son.

My young son died

serving the country.

Now l have only one dream.

That this freedom

fighter Bheeshm Narain..

..Tilak's grandson,

makes the family proud worldwide.

Wealthy one,

looks like today your luck is good.

You are getting all the money.

What has happened in your eyes?

What will happen in my eyes?

There is something wrong.

Look at me.

Now look into my eyes.

You will now do as l say

Throw No.3. Hey, we won!

ldiot, gambles!

So you are the one who

has taught my son to gamble!

No, aunty, no. - l am not

going to listen to you today.

l went to the school

and l came to know..

..that my son has not gone

to school since twenty days!

Today l have come to know that.. your school this

is what is being taught.

What is the matter, father?

You look very upset.


it has become evening.

Pratap has not come home yet.

He'll come, father.

After school Pratap..

..goes for tuitions

to the master's house.

He was saying exams are nearing.

This time he will score

the highest marks in school.

He will. He will surely do that.


his eyes shine with confidence.

l tell you he will

one day become famous.

People far and wide

will be talking about him.

Yes, people will talk about him.

But not because of his good deeds.

But because of his bad deeds.

Master, please say good things.

What are you saying, master?

l am telling you the truth,

Mr. Bheeshm Narain.

l am trying to open your eyes.

You are talking about tuitions.

l have come to tell

you that for the..

..last twenty days,

he has not stepped in the school.

Sister Durga, Pratap met

me outside the village yesterday.

l asked him why he

was not coming to school.

So he told me grandpa

is very serious.

l am looking after

my grandpa day and night.

Hearing this, l came to enquire

after Mr. Bheeshm's health.

After coming here l find

the story is something else.


what rubbish are you talking?

Master is not talking rubbish,

sister Durga.

He is telling the truth.

Your son Pratap has taught

all the children to gamble.

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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