M S Dhoni, a boy from Ranchi, aspires to play cricket for India. Though he initially tries to please his father by working for the Indian Railways, he ultimately decides to chase his dreams.
Kabir, a young man who runs a pawn shop in Goa, befriends his little neighbor Naomi, a bright eight-year-old girl. After she gets abducted, he goes on a vengeful spree to get her back.
When his daughter is killed by the terrorist he is chasing, Daanish, a cop, swears to seek revenge. He finds a confidante in Pandit, an unassuming grand master, also mourning the loss of his daughter.
GANGAAJAL told the story of how a society gets the police it deserves. Thirteen years later, JAI GANGAAJAL revisits the dusty heartland of Central India and again examines the society– police relationship to tell us a new story.
Veerappan, a teenager, trains under his smuggler uncle, Sevi Gounder, and becomes a notorious dacoit. When he learns about a covert operation to arrest him, he does his best to emerge victorious.