A Gang of Smugglers and the enemies of Society were flying in a plane with smuggled gold, but they could not avoid the vigilant eyes of the Police. The Police fired at the fleeing plan which went ablaze, wrecked and fell in the Gnjan Valley. Sensing the Police’s bid to trap him, Gandotra, the Gang Leader and owner of the goods made a deal with one Varma, another crook, to find out the lost goods and sent his daughter Rama with him so that he does not make any mischied. Varma wanted to get rid of Rama as she was a big hurdle in the path of Varma because he himself intended to swallow away the goods under deal. Suddenly TARZAN 303 appeared on the scene who not only saved Rama but gave her shelter. Rama, who had seen the bravery of Tarzan, fell for him and felt quite safe and secured in the strong arms of Tarzan.
Believing that Rama is no more in the world now, Varma went on deceiving Gandotra through some other girl in the name of Rama. He purchased the land from Rana Bhuminder Singh and no sooner had he started the digging work with the help of labourers than the elephants attacked the labourers. The elephants belonged to the elephant-trainer Hingora, who knew way that digging was being done.
Hingora was also a hurdle in Varma’s path.
How Hingora was killed?
What treatment did Gandotra give to Varma?
How Tarzan and the Elephants succeeded in corenering Gandotra and handed him over to the Police?
Was Rama a Police Detective?
Who was, then, Tarzan?
These all and many other things you can know only when you see TARZAN 303.
(From the official press booklet)