Subhash Nagre (Amitabh Bachchan), fondly called Sarkar, is an influential political supremo who runs a parallel government in the city of Mumbai. He is supported by his idealists who follow his rules and have forced them upon the hapless citizens. Although he is a power-abuser, people adore him as he supports them in their times of distress. Dubai based don Rasheed (Zakir Hussain), unable to smoothly carry out his operations in Mumbai, plans to cap off Sarkar with the help of his henchmen. He assigns Selvar Mani (Kota Srinivasa Rao) to kill Motilal Khurana (Anupam Kher), a political leader and an outspoken critic of Sarkar. The murder of Khurana sees Sarkar being arrested on grounds of suspicion. Hearing this course of action, Sarkar’s son Shankar (Abhishek Bachchan) arrives in Mumbai and quickly studies the case. Neglecting his brother Vishnu (Kay Kay Menon), who is least interested in power business, Shankar sits on his father’s throne and investigates Sarkar’s incarceration. When his henchmen inform him about a political foil-up to assassinate Sarkar inside lock-up, he uses his father’s influence and his own tactics to stage a rebellion against the perpetrators.
K Sera Sera, RGV Film Company