Anonymous wrote on Oct 19 2010 3:22PM
Roopa lives in a small town called Belapur with her two brothers, Gopal and Ram an officer in the Indian army, and her widowed mom. A Minister from the ruling party comes to visit their town, and the Sarpanch, Mukhiya Murari, decides to organize a mela (fair) in his honor. The Minister arrives to the sound of dancers, trumpets and music, which does not last long as terrorists attack the town, killing and injuring many. The terrorist are headed by notorious bandit, Gujjar Singh, who has taken a fancy to Roopa, and would like her to be his woman. Soon Gujjar and his men take over the town, and he openly declares his affections for Roopa, who refuses him and calls upon Ram, to save her. Ram does come to her rescue, but is killed by Gujjar, and Roopa is abducted and hauled away. Roopa is told that she will never have a brother again nor will anyone dare to marry her, and that she will spend the rest of her life as Gujjar's mistress. In response Roopa throws herself down a cliff into a waterfall. She survives, meets with Kishan and Shankar, but tells them a different background story, and that her name Radha. Kishan is attracted to Roopa and both fall in love. When Kishan finds out that Radha is really Roopa, he gets upset with her. She runs away from him, back to her town, where she finds out that her mother is distraught, and her younger brother, Gopal, too has been killed by Gujjar. It is then Kishan and Shankar also enter this town, and after many discussions decide to set up a trap for Gujjar by organizing another mela. When Gujjar finds out that Roopa is back, he gathers together his men and they storm the town, and encounter some resistance - which they soon overcome. Soon Shankar and Kishan are at Gujjar's mercy, and it looks like history is going to repeat itself all over again - and this time Gujjar will make sure that nothing goes wrong.