Arundhati (Anushka) is the great grand daughter of the Raja of Gadwal Mahasamsthan. Arrangements are being made for her marriage. Arundhati visits her native place before marriage. Her beau (Deepak) asks her to come to the fort of Gadwal, where she faces a horrible experience. Learning the history from an aged servant maid Chandramma (Manorama), Arundhati comes to know that she is a look alike of her great grandmother Jejamma (Anushka). Jejamma was an expert in painting, dancing and fighting. She had an elder sister who was married off to her father's nephew Pasupati (Sonu Sood). Pasupati a womaniser used to rape the women he liked and kill those who objected. Jejamma's sister committed suicide and the people of Gadwal thrashed Pasupati severely and tied him to his horse when they got the approval from Jejamma and her father. Though Gadwal celebrated his death, he was actually saved by Aghoras, who served the devils. Pasupati mastered the tantrik arts and entered Gadwal fort to take revenge. Jejamma who had learnt a special dance, cut off his tongue and pinned his hands at one go through her dance. She spared him to prevent him from becoming a 'pretatma'. Pasupati was buried alive in a tomb and powerful 'yantras' with inscriptions from Vedas and holy scriptures were put on it to prevent the 'pretatma' from coming out. After this revelation through flashback, a worker in a trance, unknowingly breaks the tomb and releases the 'pretatma'. The revenge drama ensues again. Anwar (Sayaji Shinde) who treats patients through sorcery tells her that she is none other than Jejamma and asks her to fight Pasupati. From the portrait of Jejamma, Arundhati comes to know that her great grandmother had prepared a 'weapon' with her own bones and had kept it with some tribals. Anwar and Arundhati proceed to pursue the weapon and in this process Anwar meets with an accident. Arundhati left with no option returns to the fort to get herself raped to prevent the death of her family members. Anwar collects the weapon and gives it to Arundhati and in the climax Pasupati dies in the hands of Arundhati.