Set against the backdrop of India in the early 20th century, while the country was still under the tyranny of British rule, this daring drama revolves around the fluctuating fortunes of the King and his family.
The immensely valiant and strong the King stands up defiantly against British soldiers. When his wife gives birth to a baby boy, he carves a word on his chest, to convey strength and fearlessness.
However, the British along with a greedy Indian doctor, conspire against the King; they imprison him and have him thrown in the dungeon. The Queen escapes with the Prince, but fate separates them. The Prince ends up in an orphanage, from where he is adopted by a blacksmith and his wife. The couple bring him up with great love, and he grows up into a strong and confident young man.
The deceitful doctor has been richly rewarded for his betrayal, and is now the Mayor of the King's kingdom. The twist in the tale occurs when his vivacious daughter falls in love with the daring Prince, sparking a complex sequence of events that will bring him face to face with his past and on collision course with the doctor and the British rulers. Will the Prince succeed in uniting his scattered family?
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It was a remake of the superhit Hindi film Mard (1985). Read More