On 25th December director Shankar Roy gives us a scope to discover a new Jisshu through his latest film “Krodh” here Jisshu is a violent one who is capable of “dhishum-dhishum” and bang-bang whenever requires, because at times he is a very angry one.
Binayak (Rajatabha Dutta) and Abinash (Biswajit Chakraborty) are two friends and they both agree to make their friendship more closer by marrying Binayak’s daughter Priya with Abinash’s son Rakesh. Binayak is a bog businessman. He lives in a palace. What is his business? He is not only a big hoarder but a big thief of Sandal wood from the nearby jungle. The ranger of the jungle is Mahalingam (Mrinal Mukherjee). Both Binayak and Mahalingam are trying to come to negotiation about the share of the sandal wood business, but nothing is happening as both of them want a major share.
Binayak’s son Subham not only runs a home but also keeps himself busy romancing with Diya, the sister of local cop (Indrajit).
Suddenly Pappu (Jisshu Sengupta) comes there with a lost memory and starts living in that home, run by Subham and Diya. Pappu was coming there to meet his father Binayak and take revenge for his mother’s death with a gun in his suitcase. But on his way he was hit by a truck and lost not only his memory but his suitcase and gun also.
Kajal (Swarnakamal) and others start trying to make Pappu well as Pappu one day became very angry seeing Abinash, though no clue was there for anybody. Nobody knew that Abinash had a past life and a past marriage and a past child. So as they had no clue, they called a doctor who gave electric shock in Pappu’s brain and he recollected his memory and strangely his suitcase and gun. And as he found his gun, he had to meet Binayak and Mahalingam with a gun is a superb triangular gun fight in the reel of the film. And as usual police came after everything happened. So nobody knew except the audience that actually Binayak was not shot by Pappu, but by Subham (but even audience could not know from where Subham got his gun?)
Anyway Pappu took the blame of killing his father Binayak. He was sentenced to jail for three years. And after three years all the living characters of the film were there to receive him outside the jail gate.