This is a story of Ajooba, the masked legend, who was treated as the only protector of the people of Baharistan. Ajooba is none other than Ali, the real heir to the kingdom of Baharistan. Unfortunately for Ali, when he was just born, his father and mother were overthrown by the evil designs of the Vazir. Ali survived as destined and was brought up by a blacksmith who was unaware of Ali's real identity. In the guise of Ajooba, Ali takes up the very difficult task of finding his lost parents and then to re-instate them to the throne with great honour.
Bollywood version of The Champ. Dara Singh stars as a washed up wrestling champ with a drinking and gambling problem trying to raise his son Sunny. Complications arise when Sunny discovers that his mother is still alive, after having been led to believe that she had died many years ago.
As underworld godfather Baba is dying, he makes a last request to his head bodyguard Balraj to protect Nihal, the godfather's son. Years later, Balraj sees a young man named Raj successfully fight off a gang of thugs who are trying to rob a helpless woman. Impressed by Raj's skill, Balraj hires him to watch over his daughter, Komal. Komal is initially repulsed by the commoner, and tries repeatedly to have him fired or push him into quitting, but to no avail. Gradually, she comes to admire him, and even begins to fall in love with him. Raj, unfortunately, has sworn revenge against an unknown thug who attacked his sister. Who will Raj's object of hatred turn out to be?