The movie starts with Bijaya Dashami, the last day of Durgapuja. The annual boat race takes place. Protagonist Nakul and his friends win the competition. The villagers cheer with mass jubilation. Manmatha, the villain says that the festival is an ill omen. The villain, Manmatha is jealous of Nakul and doesn’t leave any opportunity to ridicule Nakul to decrease his popularity in the village. Ramen, Manmatha's son who aspires to be a political havyweight, wins confidence of Nakul by raising high hopes in the villages and luring them with false promises. However Ramen’s façade doesn’t last long as he fails to maintain his image. Manmatha finally succeeds in getting Nakul trapped on charge of possessing illegal gold and gets him arrested. Manmatha strikes a fatal deal with Nakul. He promises to get Nakul released by influencing the administration but Nakul has to leave the village within a day’s time. Defeated and devastated Nakul takes a boat to sail away forever. Padma, the wronged vilage girl spots Nakul floating away in tiny boat. She shouts and asks Nakul to come back as the fight against evil is not over yet. Nakul notices his friends arrayed along the bamb ready to join another Dashami boat race. Padma's persuasion and his companions’ expectant faces awaken Nakul out of his stupor. Finally, Nakul, the hero rushes forward to face the challenge along with his comrades.