Kenneth Elton Kesey was an American novelist and countercultural figure. He considered himself a link between the hippies of the 1960s. Kesey was born in La Junta and grew up in Springfield, graduating from the University of Oregon in 1957, he began writing One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest in 1960 following the completion of a graduate fellowship in creative writing at Stanford University. During this period, Kesey participated in government studies involving hallucinogenic drugs to supplement his income. Following the publication of One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, he moved to nearby La Honda and began hosting happenings with former colleagues from Stanford, miscellaneous bohemian and literary figures, other friends collectively known as the Merry Pranksters, he mentored the Grateful Dead throughout their incipience and continued to exert a profound influence upon the group throughout their long career. Sometimes a Great Notion—an epic account of the vicissitudes of an Oregon logging family that aspired to the modernist grandeur of William Faulkner's Yoknapatawpha saga—was a commercial success that polarized critics and readers upon its release in 1964, although Kesey regarded the novel as his magnum opus.
In 1965, following an arrest for marijuana possession and subsequent faked suicide, Kesey was imprisoned for five months. Shortly thereafter, he returned home to the Willamette Valley and settled in Pleasant Hill, where he maintained a secluded, family-oriented lifestyle for the rest of his life. In addition to teaching at the University of Oregon—an experience that culminated in Caverns, a collaborative novel written by Kesey and his graduate workshop students under the pseudonym of "O. U. Levon"—he continued to contribute fiction and reportage to such publications as Esquire, Rolling Stone, Oui and The Whole Earth Catalog. Between 1974 and 1980, Kesey published six issues of Spit in the Ocean, a literary magazine that featured excerpts from an unfinished novel and contributions from such luminaries as Margo St. James, Kate Millett, Stewart Brand, Saul-Paul Sirag, Jack Sarfatti, Paul Krassner, William S. Burroughs. After a third novel was released to lukewarm reviews in 1992, he reunited with the Merry Pranksters and began publishing works on the Internet until ill health curtailed his activities.
Kesey was born in Colorado, to dairy farmers Geneva and Frederick A. Kesey. In 1946, the family moved to Oregon. Kesey was a champion wrestler in high college in the 174-pound weight division, he qualified to be on the Olympic team, but a serious shoulder injury stopped his wrestling career. He graduated from Springfield High School in 1953. An avid reader and filmgoer, the young Kesey took John Wayne, Edgar Rice Burroughs, Zane Grey as his role models and toyed with magic and hypnotism. In 1956, while attending the University of Oregon School of Journalism and Communication in neighboring Eugene, Kesey eloped with his high-school sweetheart, Oregon State College student Norma "Faye" Haxby, whom he had met in seventh grade. According to Kesey, "Without Faye, I would have been swept overboard by notoriety and weird, dope-fueled ideas and flower-child girls with beamy eyes and bulbous breasts." Married until his death at the age of 66, they had three children: Jed and Shannon. Additionally, with the approval of Faye Kesey, Ken fathered a daughter, Sunshine Kesey, with fellow Merry Prankster Carolyn "Mountain Girl" Adams.
Born in 1966, Sunshine was raised by her stepfather, Jerry Garcia. Kesey had a football scholarship for his freshman year, but switched to the University of Oregon wrestling team as a better fit for his build. After posting a.885 winning percentage in the 1956–57 season, he received the Fred Low Scholarship for outstanding Northwest wrestler. In 1957, Kesey was second in his weight class at the Pacific Coast intercollegiate competition, he remains "ranked in the top 10 of Oregon Wrestling's all time winning percentage."A member of Beta Theta Pi throughout his studies, Kesey graduated from the University of Oregon with a B. A. in speech and communication in 1957. Disengaged by the playwriting and screenwriting courses that comprised much of his major, he began to take literature classes in the second half of his collegiate career with James B. Hall, a cosmopolitan alumnus of the Iowa Writers' Workshop who had taught at Cornell University and served as provost of College V at the University of California, Santa Cruz.
Hall took on Kesey as his protege and cultivated his interest in literary fiction, introducing Kesey to the works of Ernest Hemingway and other paragons of literary modernism. After the last of several brief summer sojourns as a struggling actor in Los Angeles, he published his first short story in the Northwest Review and applied to the selective Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship for the 1958–59 academic year. Unbeknownst to Kesey, who applied at Hall's request, the maverick literary critic Leslie Fiedler (then
Muskurahat (1992 film)
Muskurahat is a 1992 Hindi-language Indian feature film directed by Priyadarshan, starring Jay Mehta, Amrish Puri, Anil Dhawan, Sharat Saxena, Annu Kapoor and Jagdeep. The film is the remake of Priyadarshan's own Malayalam blockbuster Kilukkam starring Mohanlal and Revathi, was supposed to have Aamir Khan and Pooja Bhatt in the lead. Gopichand Verma is a retired Judge of the Supreme Court of India settled in Ooty, he is estranged from his family from a long time & lives separately. He is in touch with his son & son-in-law KC, who are assigned to maintain the vast estate of Gopichand. Both of them are good for nothing & depend on the earnings of Gopichand. Once in a while he meets Gopal Shrivastava, his son of Justice Shrivastava, who mentored Gopichand from a simple canteen boy to position of Supreme Court Justice. Gopichand has high respect Justice considers Gopal as his younger brother. Pritam a young lad, is close to him as he is the son of his late friend. Pritam works as a lives with his friend is Jagan.
One day Nandini lands in Ooty and Pritam befriends her and becomes her guide, but he finds out that Nandini is mad. He is forced to take care of her. First Jagan is angry with her antics, but reconciles as soon as he discovers that there is a cash prize declared for anyone who notifies whereabouts to the mental asylum from where she has ran away. What Jagan discovers is that the prize money is increased with every passing week, he plans to hide her for couple of weeks. Pritam is assigned to take care of Nandini & they take her to an isolated & abandoned bunglow. One fine day few goons get land up at the bungalow. Pritam rescues her in nick of time; this incidents shakes her badly & she tells Pritam. She narrates her ordeal as an orphan child spending most of her life in boarding school. Gopichand use to secretly visit her school & leave her a box of chocolates & a letter, he stopped coming, but diligently use to send her a box of chocolates & a letter every month. After she crosses her teen age, he deposits a large sum for her in a bank & from that point there are no more letters.
Nadini is curious to meet Gopichand. She somehow lands up at home of family, his family is cordial & treats her well. In the day she is given drug laced tea & she falls unconscious & next thing she remembers is that she is in the mental asylum. Gopichand's son & son-in-law believe that Nadini's return into their life would make Gopichand hand over his wealth to her & there is a general disregard for her in the family because she is illegitimate child of his. After this Pritam decides to help Nandini & takes her to Gopichand's home as he is the only person where no goons or any of his family members would dare to step into; as Gopichand had not seen her for a long time he is not able to recognize her. Pritam narrates that she has just lost her family, so he brought her here for maid's job. Nandini finds hard to get along with Gopichand as he is a hard taskmaster, she tries a lot of things to everything in vain. Meanwhile his family members are worried that Nandini has reached his home & make schemes to get rid of her from his life.
One fine day Gopichand injures himself & is bedridden. At this point daughter-father love kindles & Nandini takes good care of him; this changes Gopichand's heart & he transforms into a jovial person. A few days entire family barges into his home & there is a showdown amongst them. Nandini decides to leave the place because she is sad to see the family members fighting amongst themselves because of her. Once out of safe haven of Gopichand, she is again attacked by goons sent by KC. Pritam is able to rescue her again. In the night he goes in a drunken state to Gopichand's home & throws abuses at everyone for trying to kill Nandini. Next day Gopichand invites everyone to his home, he narrates that it is time to take to trail the case, weighing down on his conscious for a long time. Long time back, Maya narrates to Gopichand that Gopal has cheated on her by hiding the fact that he is married & now she is pregnant with his child. Gopichand has a word with Gopal, but Gopal is unapologetic about the affair as he thinks that in the consensual relationship there is nothing unethical.
Gopichand although angry with Gopal, leaves him alone because he is under the burden of his father's legacy. He takes Maya to a hill station & there Nandini is born, he keeps this takes responsibility of Nandini. His family thinks that she is there is a tiff amongst them. Gopichand does not compromise with his responsibility. Both Maya & Gopal reconcile & accept Nandini as their daughter. Nandini however is distraught, she considers Gopichand as her father. Gopichand accepts her as her daughter & everyone reconciles. Gopichand decides that he will now stay with his family & surprises Pritam by offering Nandini's hand to him. Jay Mehta... Pritam Revathi... Nandini Amrish Puri... Former Justice Gopichand Verma Anil Dhawan... Gopal Srivastava Jagdeep... Badriprasad Chaurasia Mahesh Anand... K. C. Arif Khan... Verma's son Uma Riyaz Khan... Verma's Daughter Asha Sharma... Mrs. Gopichand Verma Sabah Annu Kapoor... Jagan Lalita Pawar... Laundry lady Sharat Saxena... Samar Khan Anju Mahendru... Mayadevi This is the first Hindi film of Priyadarshan.
He chose Kilukka
Lissy Lakshmi is a former Indian actress, who appeared predominantly in Malayalam films. She has acted in some Tamil and Telugu films, she quit acting after her marriage with film director Priyadarshan in 1990. Lissy was born as the only child to Nellikaattil Pappachan and Ealiyamma at Pazhanganad, Pukkattupadi Kochi in Kerala, her parents got divorced when she was young and she was brought up by her mother Ealiyamma. Lissy did her studies at St. Teresa's School and College, she was good at studies and scored high marks in S. S. L. C, she started her career at the age of 16. She had to discontinue her studies to concentrate on her career, she was not interested to quit studies and acting in films initially. It was her mother, her debut into films happened in the early eighties and in a short period of time, she became one of the top heroines of the time. She was a common face in the eighties. Though Lissy had paired with all the top heroes of the eighties, it was along with Mohanlal and Mukesh, that she was able to create magic on screen.
At the peak of her career, she acted as sister roles, the girl next door, as the heroine's friend. Known for her stunning and mesmerizing looks, she was able to grab the hearts of viewers. Along with Malayalam films, Lissy had appeared in several Tamil, Telugu films. Lissy is most remembered for her roles in Chithram, Odaruthammava Alariyam, Muthaaramkunnu P. O and Boeing Boeing; as she stated in an interview with manam magazine she was introduced to Tamil films by Ulaganayagan Kamal Hassan as his heroine in his home production, Vikram. She was ready to act in the sideline roles though she had been acting as a heroine, she fell in love with the noted film director Priyadarshan, got married to him on 13 December 1990. After marriage, she adopted the name Lakshmi for religious reasons, their daughter Kalyani is an son Siddharth studied in San Francisco. Lissy has filed for divorce on 1 December 2014 at Chennai family court and got divorce on 1 September 2016 after a 24 years long marriage, she now resides in India ChennaiTamil Nadu.
Lissy was awarded the Shree Ratna Award by Kerala Kalakendram in the year 2013. She was chosen as the Woman Achiever of the Year 2013 in Chennai by Jaguar. Lizy on IMDb Lizzy at MSI
Gardish is a 1993 Indian Hindi film written and directed by Priyadarshan, starring Jackie Shroff and Dimple Kapadia. It is a remake of the 1989 Malayalam film Kireedam; the film won two Filmfare Awards—Best Art Direction and Best Action, was nominated for Best Actor, Best Supporting Actor, Best Supporting Actress. It marks the debut of Actor as an antagonist of Mukesh Rishi; the film was a commercial success. Naive and impressionable Vidya Bhalla would like her husband to be a dashing hero, one, not afraid of anybody, one who can jump into a fire to rescue someone, one, strong and romantic, she sees all of these qualities in Shiva Sathe, the son of Havaldar Purshotam Sathe, whose only dream is to see Shiva become a Police Inspector. Vidya informs her dad, that she has found her dream man. Purshotam arrests the son of a M. L. A. and as a result. Upon arrival, he finds out that the Inspector in charge of the Police Station, has been beaten-up by Billa Jilani and is hospitalized. Purshotam arranges for his entire family to relocate.
Shortly thereafter, Shiva's brother-in-law approached Prithviraj Bhalla and informs him that Shiva has become an underworld don, he has beaten-up the existing don, Billa Jilani, is busy taking haftas and bribes from everyone. Prithviraj decides to investigate, he does find that Shiva has become a ruffian, known to the police, arrested a number of times, much to the chagrin of his dad. Prithviraj accordingly informs Purshotam. Shortly thereafter, another fight breaks out, this time Shiva is arrested, held in a cell for several days beaten up by his father and subsequently bailed out by a woman named Shanti, a prostitute. Shiva kills Billa; the film ends with Purshotam declaring to Inspector Saini, that Shiva is not recommended to be an inspector, since in the eyes of the law he is a criminal. Shiva's photo is shown to be put up on the criminal's display board, credits roll. Jackie Shroff as Shiva Sathe Aishwarya as Vidya P. Bhalla Amrish Puri as Havaldar Purushottam Sathe Farida Jalal as Lakshmi Sathe Shammi Kapoor as Prithviraj Bhalla Kunika as Shiva's married sister Asrani as Shiva's brother-in-Law Dimple Kapadia as Shanti Raj Babbar as Pratap Rakesh Bedi as Shiva's friend Tej Sapru as Billa's henchman Anant Mahadevan as Havaldar Sawant Suresh Oberoi as Inspector Saini Annu Kapoor as Manishbhai Harishbhai soda water bottle opener Wala Mukesh Rishi as Billa Jilani Shagufta Ali as an item number "Rang Rangeli" Music was composed by R.
D. Burman along with renowned lyricist, Javed Akhtar. 1. "Baadal Jo Barse To" - Asha Bhosle 2. "Ae Mere Deewano" - Asha Bhosle, S. P. Balasubramaniam 3. "Yeh Mera Dil Paagal Hai" - Asha Bhosle, S. P. Balasubramaniam 4. "Tum Jo Mile Humko" - M. G. Sreekumar, Asha Bhosle 5. "Rang Rangeeli Raat Gaye" - Asha Bhosle, SPB 6. "Hum Na Samjhe The" - SPB Gardish on IMDb
Mohanlal Viswanathan, known mononymously as Mohanlal, is an Indian actor and playback singer who predominantly works in Malayalam cinema. He has had a prolific career spanning four decades, during which he has acted in more than 300 films. In addition to Malayalam, he has appeared in other regional Indian films. Mohanlal made his acting debut as a teenager in the Malayalam film Thiranottam in 1978, but the film was delayed in its release for 25 years due to censorship issues, his screen debut was in the 1980 romance film Manjil Virinja Pookkal, in which he played the villain. In the following years, he played antagonistic characters in several films and rose to supporting roles. Towards the mid-1980s, he established himself as a leading actor and gained stardom after starring in a series of commercially successful films in 1986. Mohanlal prefers to work in Malayalam films, but he has appeared in some Hindi, Tamil and Kannada films; some of his best known non-Malayalam films include the Tamil political drama Iruvar, the Hindi crime drama Company and the Telugu action film Janatha Garage.
Mohanlal has received five National Film Awards—two Best Actor, a Special Jury Mention and a Special Jury Award for acting, an award for Best Feature Film nine Kerala State Film Awards, Filmfare Awards South and numerous other accolades. The Government of India honoured him with Padma Shri, India's fourth highest civilian honour in 2001 and Padma Bhushan, the third highest civilian honour in 2019, for his contributions to Indian cinema. In 2009, he became the first and only actor to be awarded the honorary rank of Lieutenant colonel in the Territorial Army of India, he received honorary doctorate from Sree Sankaracharya University of Sanskrit in 2010 and from the University of Calicut in 2018. Mohanlal Viswanathan was born in the village of Elanthoor in the Pathanamthitta district, Kerala on 21 May 1960, he is the youngest child of Viswanathan Nair, a former bureaucrat and law secretary with the Kerala Government, Santhakumari. He had an elder brother named Pyarelal. Mohanlal grew up in Mudavanmugal at his paternal home in Thiruvananthapuram.
He studied at Government Model Boys Higher Secondary School, Thiruvananthapuram and graduated with a Bachelor of Commerce degree from Mahatma Gandhi College, Thiruvananthapuram. Mohanlal's first role was as a sixth grader for a stage play called Computer Boy, in which he played a ninety-year-old man. During 1977 and 1978 he was the Kerala state wrestling champion. Mohanlal made his acting debut in 1978 with the film Thiranottam, produced and made by Mohanlal and his friends—Maniyan Pilla Raju, Suresh Kumar, Priyadarshan, Ravi Kumar and a few others. Mohanlal played a mentally disabled servant. Due to some issues with censorship, the film was not released on time, it took 25 years to release the film. In 1980, Mohanlal was cast in the lead antagonist role in Manjil Virinja Pookkal – the directorial debut of Fazil; the film became a major success. Mohanlal's friends had sent his application in response to an advertisement released by Navodaya Studio, he auditioned for the role in front of a panel.
Displeased with his appearance, two of them gave him poor marks, but Fazil and Jijo Appachan gave him 90 and 95 marks out of 100. In an interview with Reader's Digest in 2004, Mohanlal said that his looks as a young man might have fit the villain's image. By 1983, Mohanlal was credited in more than 25 feature films, most of them had him playing negative roles. Films such as Ente Mohangal Poovaninju, Visa, Kaliyil Alpam Karyam, Ente Mamattukkuttiyammakku, Engane Nee Marakkum and Sreekrishna Parunthu changed his image. Through Sasikumar's Ivide Thudangunnu, he became a successful hero with a "good heart". Mohanlal played his first comic lead role in an ensemble cast in the 1984 comedy Poochakkoru Mookkuthi, directed by Priyadarshan, as a young man in love with a girl whom he mistakenly believes to be rich, it marked the beginning of the Mohanlal-Priyadarshan duo, who as of 2016, have worked together in 44 films. In 1985, he recorded a song for the film Onnanam Kunnil Oradi Kunnil. Uyarangalil, Nokketha Doorathu Kannum Nattu, Boeing Boeing and Aram + Aram = Kinnaram were some of his films in this period.
During this period, Mohanlal played different roles in films "made by the great masters", such as G. Aravindan, Hariharan, M. T. Vasudevan Nair, Padmarajan and Lohithadas. Mohanlal, along with actor and scriptwriter Sreenivasan, who played his sidekick in several films, showcased the angst of unemployed, educated Malayali youth forced to adapt to hostile environments in many realistic social satires, some of which were written by Sreenivasan himself. In 1986, he starred in T. P. Balagopalan M. A. directed by Sathyan Anthikad, for which he received his first Kerala State Film Award for Best Actor. He portrayed an unemployed young man, his performance in Sanmanassullavarkku Samadhanam as a harassed house-owner won him the Filmfare Award for Best Actor in the same year. Mohanlal was given the status of a new Malayalam superstar by the public after the box office success of Rajavinte Makan, in which he played an underworld don, Vincent Gomez, he starred in the tragedy Thalavattom, playing Vinod, a young man who becomes mentally ill upon witnessing his girlfriend's death.
He played the role of Solomon in Padmarajan's Namukku Parkkan Munthirithoppukal. Mohanlal's association with Padmarajan was well noted, because their films told stories which were well and truly
Chandrasekhara Menon, better known by his stage name Sankaradi, was an Indian actor. He was a veteran Malayalam comedian and character artiste, who had over 700 Malayalam films to his credit, he was one of the first realistic actors in South Indian cinema. He dominated the Malayalam film scene in the 1960s, 1970s, 1980s as comedian along with Adoor Bhasi and Bahadur, he switched to character roles. Sankaradi passed intermediate from Ernakulam. Before entering films, Sankaradi dabbled in politics and theatre, he had earlier joined the Indian National Congress, but became a cardholder of the undivided Communist Party of India. However, he turned to theatre. Sankaradi joined the trade union movement at Baroda Railways while he was studying Marine engineering at Baroda, he abandoned his studies to pursue a job as a journalist in The Literary Review a newspaper from Mumbai. A stint in theatre in the mid-1960s in Kerala prepared Sankaradi for his foray into films. Since his debut in Kunchacko's Kadalamma, he remained an integral part of Malayalam cinema till his death.
In 1968, he acted in Viruthan Shanku, the first full-length comedy in Malayalam cinema directed by P. Venu. Sankaradi won the state's best character artiste award in 1969-71, he holds the record for featuring in over 300 films with evergreen hero Prem Nazir. Kerala State Film Awards: Second Best Actor - 1970 - Vazhve mayam, Ezhuthatha Kadha Second Best Actor - 1971 - Various Films He was born to Memana Parameswara Pillai and Chankaradiyil Thoppil Parambil Janaki Amma on 1924 at Cherai, India, he had four siblings, Balan Menon, Sarojini and Indira. On, he adopted the screen name'Sankaradi' from the name of his Matrilineal family name "Chakaradiyil" by discarding the "-yil" and changing "Chankaradi" to "Sankaradi" Sankaradi remained bachelor for a long time till he married Sharada in the late 1980s, he was known throughout his film career by his house name "Sankaradi". He died at his home in Cherai at 10 PM on 8 October 2001, aged 77, he was ailing for a while until his death. He was cremated with full state honours at the premises of his home the next day.'Harikrishnans', directed by Fazil, was his last film.
Http://en.msidb.org/displayProfile.php?category=actors&artist=Sankaradi&limit=450 Sankaradi on IMDb Sankaradi at MSI
Virasat (1997 film)
Virasat is a 1997 Indian Hindi film, directed by Priyadarshan. The story was adapted from the Tamil film Thevar Magan. Mushir-Riaz duo produced the film, it starred Anil Kapoor, Amrish Puri, Pooja Batra, Milind Gunaji and Govind Namdeo. The music was composed by Anu Malik and S. P. Venkatesh, with the former composing the songs and the latter composing the score; the film marked the comeback for Priyadarshan in Hindi cinema. Music director Annu Malik reused some of the original tunes of Ilaiyaraaja from Thevar Magan. After completing his studies in London, Shakti Thakur returns to his ancestral village in India. Accompanying him is his girlfriend, whom he is in love with and wants to marry, much to the disapproval of his family. After a few days, Shakti starts to feel that nothing much has changed in his hometown and longs to leave, he tells his father that he wants to sell his share of the family's property and open a chain of restaurants. His father, the zamindar Raja Thakur, urges Shakti to stay in the village and help it progress by virtue of the latter's education, saying "A man gets an education not to become a selfish being but to uplift his uneducated brothers and society".
Shakti decides to leave. He is unable to bear the animosity amongst the townspeople between his dad, Raja Thakur, rival Zamindar Birju and his son Bali Thakur; the entire village suffers from this longstanding family feud as most of the village and its surrounding areas is divided between the brothers. Since Bali Thakur holds a grudge and always tries to one-up Raja Thakur, it puts them at loggerheads with each other. Shakti spends time in the village with his girlfriend by re-visiting his childhood memories including a game of sticks with Bali Thakur men, which he wins, they come across an old temple, closed off on Bali Thakur's instructions. He insists on entering and his friend and servant Sukhiya breaks open the lock for them to look around. Bali Thakur hears of this and a brutal riot is started among the two village factions. Raja Thakur, in order to quell the situation, contemplates apologising to his opponents. Shakti feels it should be Sukhiya who should apologise; when Shakti asks for Sukhiya, he learns that Bali Thakur's men have cut off Sukhiya's hand as punishment for opening the temple and Raja Thakur's men burn down the homes of Bali Thakur villagers in retaliation.
To prevent a further escalation of the situation Shakti, with permission from his father, enlists the help of his friend in the government and opens the temple for all legally. Slighted by this, Bali Thakur hires goons to break a dam protecting a part of the village faction that supports Raja Thakur. Although a female villager spots one of the goons near the dam, she does not think much of it; the dam is damaged by explosives used by the goons. This results in numerous deaths including infants which saddens Shakti, he spots the goon who gives chase. After capturing, he hands the goon over to the police but the goon does not speak of Bali Thakur's involvement due to fear for his own family's safety. Bali Thakur intimidates a villager living in Raja Thakur's area to close a portion of his land, preventing the public from reaching the main road easily. Shakti and his father invite them for talks at village Panchayat to resolve the standoff due the riots and flooding. In the village panchayat, accusations fly from both sides.
With no evidence backing up the truth, Bali Thakur accuses Raja Thakur for orchestrating various attacks on his brother's family and insults him relentlessly. Disrespected and heartbroken, Raja Thakur returns to his home and passes away due to a heart attack that night. Shakti takes over his father's duties as the head of the village; as time passes, this incident dies down. The villagers express concern to Shakti about going around the piece of land, closed off and causes a much longer travelling time. Shakti reasons with the owner of the land to open it up for all villagers to pass so that their long commute is shortened. Although understanding and willing, the land owner, is afraid of Bali Thakur's backlash since he has a young daughter Gehna. Shakti assuages his fear by arranging marriage between a well-to-do person from his village to the land owner's daughter. Everybody involved agrees and the land owner opens up the land for everyone. On the day of the wedding, the groom runs away; the landowner and his daughter are distraught over this claiming that it is a huge disrespect to his family.
He opines that if someone marries his daughter, they have to live in constant fear. Shakti gets permission from the landowner and weds his daughter. Although Shakti still has feelings for his girlfriend and his new bride is shy, they overcome their awkwardness and move on. Soon, his girlfriend learns the truth. Although saddened by the turn of events, she leaves. Shakti, closes the chapter about his girlfriend and starts his new life with his wife. Bali Thakur, enraged by the opening of the land, plants a bomb during the village festival despite the pleas of his mother and own father to stop the violence; this results in deaths on both sides of the village. Both factions of the village, wanting revenge, go after his family. Shakti helps them get away from the villagers. Appreciative of Shakti's efforts to protect them Birju Thakur ends his enmity towards him. Shakti finds Bali Thakur and asks him to surrender to the police b