Thakral, a top-level but cruel lawyer who proves the innocent Deepak Verma guilty. As Thakral wished, Deepak Verma is sentenced to death on a false charge of murder. The repercussions are disastrous. Deepak's wife Aarti goes into a trauma and is consigned to a mental asylum. But to avenge the injustice done to his parents, Arun works hard to become an advocate. Thakral's son, Vicky , is no less as he deliberately traps Arun's sister Komal by making her fall in love with him. He is a murderer who kills his former girlfriend in order to elope with Komal. But the alert Arun has him sentenced to death for the murder he committed. Towards the end, Aarti gets back to normalcy and the family that had been scattered, reunites. But, Thakral become a mental wreck and spends the rest of his life in an asylum.
Honest and diligent Deepak Varma is framed for murder, he claims he did not commit. The Public Prosecutor, G.D. Thakral, while aware of his innocence, does nothing, and Deepak is hanged. His widowed wife goes to G.D. Thakral for assistance, but is instead humiliated, in the presence of her child, Arun. She runs away, and subsequently loses her mind, and no one knows about her whereabouts. Years later, Arun has grown up, studied law, and is now practicing law, and assisting people who cannot afford a lawyer. When he is approached by Geeta Mathur, to represent her brother, Dinesh Mathur, he initially refuses, but then reconsiders and is successful in this case. He then meets with G.D. Thakral, and memories which have haunted him for years, return, and Arun decides to wage war against Thakral, not knowing that in so doing, he may himself be entrapped as his father was.