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  • Parabrahma Sastry’s (Tanikella Bharani) wife delivers a still-born child for the third time and her mother-in-law is worried over the issue. However, with the advice of a nurse, she separates a baby boy delivered by an unidentified lady, as she delivered twins.

    Parabrahma Sastry brings up the boy with the name Narasimha Chari (NT Rama Rao). The other boy also named by his mother as Narasimha (NT Rama Rao) and he grows up as a mass hero.

    Narasimha wants to become a police officer and a DSP (Sayaji Shinde) uses him as an undercover cop unofficially. He taps the phones of mafia dons and used to benefit by robbing the money during the operation with the help of Narasimha and used to share the booty. The DSP’s daughter and Narasimha are in love with each other.

    On the other hand, Chari’s guru Bhattu (Brahmanandam) seeks Chari’s help for his marriage with Chandrakala (Nayantara). However, Chandrakala loves Chari and expresses her wish to marry him.

    At this juncture, Baba (Mahesh Manjrekar) sends his right hand (Ashish Vidyarthi) in search of the family of a Major (Nazar), who invented a great weapon which could be fired from anywhere in the world with the help of internet.

    Everyone believes that the Major died in a road accident, but he was in the custody of Baba. Now, the Major wants to prepare the weapon only after meeting his family members. So, Baba sends his people and finds that Narasimha was the Major’s son and kidnaps him.
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