The film is set in the pre-independence era and revolves around a warrior tribe, Pindharis. Jackie Shroff is the villain, playing the king of Madhavgarh, who cheats the Pindhari tribe to earn favour with the British. Head of the tribe Prithvi Singh, is played by Mithun Chakraborty. He grooms his two sons – Veer and Punya (Sohail Khan
) to take revenge.
makes her debut as the princess of Madhavgarh. She carries the look fabulously and falls in love with Veer. The heavy jewellery used to mark the wealth of the Rajwada is beautiful. Her resemblance to Katrina has been talked about by cine magazines.
There does not seem to be any logic in various patches which are not well integrated but are put just to bring out the heroic qualities of the central character. Be that the strange swayamvar scene, the killing of the wicked wrestler or just the unnecessary flaring of nostrils. Director Anil Sharma has done this before in Gaddar.
Jackie Shroff’s villainous performance leaves a lot to be desired. Mithun has brought the hurt and pain of betrayal alive in his character.
The film can take you to the theaters only if you are hard core Salman fan else it is best avoided.