Azad Rathore is the jailer of a woman's prison in Mumbai, who along with his gang of women/inmates consisting of Lakshmi, Eeram, Ishkra, Kalki, Helena and Janhvi; hijack a Mumbai Metro and negotiates with NSG officer Narmada Rai, to ask the Agriculture Minister to send Rupees 40,000 crores in exchange for the passengers' lives. Kaliee Gaikwad, who is the fourth largest global arms dealer, learns that his daughter Alia is also one of the captives on the train and agrees to give the money. When Alia questions their motive, Azad reveals his plan of donating the money towards the loan waiver of 7 lakh farmers in the country. Azad and his gang directly transfer the funds into the farmer's bank accounts and escape from the Metro successfully. Azad reveals his true name as Vikram Rathore to the Arms dealer through Alia.Meanwhile, Azad meets Narmada and her daughter Suchi, with love slowly brewing between the two of them and they eventually get married. Azad and his gang put into play another plan to kidnap the Health Minister and demand to initiate world-class infrastructure to every government hospital, in exchange for the Health Minister's life. The infrastructure is immediately initiated in the hospitals, allowing Azad and his gang to escape again after a shootout between Narmada and her team. One night, Narmada finds out about Azad's true identity and confronts him, but Kaliee's brother Manish Gaikwad and his henchmen capture and torture them. However, Azad is saved by his doppelgänger named Vikram, where he is taken to a safe house. Narmada finds out the identities of Azad's accomplices and confronts them, where she learns about Azad and Vikram's connection.Past: Vikram was a commando in the Indian Army, who set out on a operation to hunt down the terrorist group responsible for attacking and killing 40 Indian soldiers, along with holding civilians captive. Vikram and his team took down the terrorists, but not without heavy casualities. Vikram noticed that their weapons were faulty and filed a complaint against Kaalie, who was the supplier of the weapons, but Kaalie tried to unsuccessfully cut a deal with Vikram. That same night, Vikram and his wife, Aishwarya, were attacked at home by Kaalie and his henchmen. Kaalie took Vikram onboard a plane and shot him to death, while Aishwarya was sentenced to prison for killing three cops who were on Kaalie's payroll. Afterwards, Vikram was declared a national traitor. Aishwarya later gave birth to their child Azad in the prison. Many years later, Aishwarya revealed her past to Azad and asked him to prove Vikram's innocence and provide justice to the oppressed, before she was later sentenced to death. Unbeknownst to the world, Vikram survived the attack and lost his memory, where he was rescued by a North East Indian tribe and rehabilitated at their village. 30 years later, Vikram partially recovered his memory, soon learning that Azad was alive and set out to find him.Present: Learning this, Narmada decides to help Azad and his team in their mission. However, Narmada's teammate Irani, who is revealed to be on Kaalie's payroll, tries to kill them; Lakshmi is killed in the resulting crossfire. Azad arrives at the prison and kills Irani in a stampede. Vikram, Azad and his team attack Kaalie's containers, which contain money for the upcoming elections and also for boosting Kaalie's political ambitions. Azad manages to steal Kaalie's containers, while Vikram gets captured by Kaalie's henchmen. Azad releases another video and states that he has stolen voting machines and demands to seal 253 factories in the country, responsible for air and water pollution. The factories are later sealed by the government. Kaalie learns about Azad's location in the woman's prison and a fight ensues, where Vikram finally recovers his memory and helps Azad by hanging Kaalie to death. Few months later, it is revealed that STF officer Madhavan Nayak was the one who helped Azad in completion of his missions, where he assigns Azad and his team to Switzerland and target Swiss Banks for another operation.
Sumit Arora, Atlee, Ramanagirivasan