Three prisoners Rahman, Jaggu and Birju escape from the jail. Chased by police, they take shelter in a palace and go into hinding. Soon they discover the palace is a very mysterious place. There is a blind princess Radha, a hysterical old man locked in the cellar and two scheming villians. Both Rana and Vikram have their eye at the beautiful blind princess. Both want to marry her and acquire the riches of the palace. In the process of this rivalry Rana and Vikram become arch enemies-and separate.
The police raids the palace to arrest the dangerous prisoners, but Vikram saves them. He plans to use the prisoners to destroy Rana. Rahman, the elderly prisoner discovers the old father of the princess has been held a prisoner to blackmail the princess. The young convict Birju falls in love with Radha, the blind princess, and soon discovers she is in love with Bansi, the palace gardener. Rahman comes to know that both the villians want to marry Radha. To.avert this calamity he decides to marry Radha with Bansi, when Vikram and Rana want to force Radha, Rahman provokes—young and powerful prisoner Birju to smash them. Birju dies—saving Radha. And Rahman does the "Kanya-Daan"— this fullfilling a long cherished desire of marrying his daughter Razia.
(From the official press booklet)