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The BSO is a British oriented group who wants to take control of India. When senior police inspector Vishwa Pratap Singh arrests there leader Dr. Michael Dang the authorities blast the jail Dang is logged in killing huge numbers of inmates including two of Vishwa's sons and his daughter-in-law; with Dang escaping in the process. Vishwa who now calls himself Dada Thakur is determine to put an end to Dang and his PSO gang which prompts him to recruit three prisoners who are soon to be hang namely Baiju Thakur, Johnny and former terrorist Khairuddin Kisti. Soon Dada Thakur will come to realize that these prisoners are least interested in his mission as they planned their own agenda.
Rana Vishwa Pratap Singh is high rank officer and in charge of a jail known to transform lives of criminals where he considers prisoners as well as the staff as his family.Rana lives with his wife Rukmini and his family adjacent to the jail he finds that Dr Dang an international terrorists who wants to rule India has been captured and bought to his jail.During a commotion Rana slaps Dr Dang for assaulting his officer and Dr Dang swears for revenge.Dr Dang's army is on hunt to free him from the jail in absence of Rana his army attacks the jail and manages to free him causing serve damage and killing innocent lives including Rana's family.Rana is distressed and resigns from his post but manages to seek permission from Indian Government to free three prisoners for his mission to capture Dr Dang.Rana chooses three prisoners Khairuddin Chisht,Baiju Thakur and Jhonny who have all received death penalty he trains them to fight against Dr Dang's army and also transforms their lives.
When Jailer Vishwanath Pratap Singh slaps arch-criminal Dr. Michael Deng, he does not realize he has re-shaped his own future, as soon after his two sons, and daughter-in-law are mercilessly gunned down by Deng's men; his youngest son is crippled; and his wife, Rukmani loses her vocal chords. Now calling himself Dada Thakur, Singh is determined to bring an end to Deng, and recruits three prisoners on death-row, namely Baiju Thakur, Johny/Gyneshwar, and a former terrorist Khairuddin Kisti to assist him in his private war against Deng. Dada Thakur does not realize that his army of three have only agreed to join him so that they could enjoy freedom, away from the prison, and from certain death awaiting them.
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