Divya Solgamawrote on Apr 18 2008 7:45PM
Ajay is an extremely naughty boy who has troubled his entire village. His fathers elder brother and guardian Ramapati (Bipin Gupta) is extremely annoyed and saddened by Ajays defiance of his orders and disciplinary measures . Ajay mother(Mumtaz Begum) too suffers silently due to the everyday tussle between her son and his uncle. To make Ajay grow up to be a better person, Ramapati decides to send him to a hostel in the city. Ajay initially throws a major tantrum about this, but is forced to relent. Ramapati drops a sullen and angry Ajay off at the hostel. After some intial trouble and disputes with the fellow students, Ajay soon settles down in the hostel. Shakti, a physically-challenged student (walks on crutches), becomes his best friend. Shakti's mother (Pronoti Ghose) is a poor woman who supports her son by working as a maid for rich households. All the students in the hostel are tired of their superintendents tyranny and bad behavior. The students eventually manage to scare the superintendent out of the hostel. Shekhar Babu (Abhi Bhattacharya) comes to the hostel as the new superintendent. He not only wins over the students with his friendly ways, but manages to win over the education department due to his innovative ways of teaching that make students learn more effectively. However, Ajay remains a problem case for Shekhar Babu. Ajay not only refuses to study well, he even continues disrupting the discipline of the school in one way or the other. After one such episode where Ajay creates a major problem, Shekar Babu loses his cool and asks the students to boycott Ajay Unable to bear this humiliation, Ajay decides to leave the hostel. Shakti follows him on the road asking him to return, however, Shakti meets with an accident and dies. Finally, Ajay realizes the gravity of his mistakes and is extremely repentant, he decides to mend his ways and be a better human being as well. Shekhar Babu is also appreciated for his efforts and is promoted to a higher position in a different place. He leaves the heartbroken students with a message to continue to strive for better achievements in life and to make the country proud of them.