Shanta and Prakashnath are brutally killed by Jaggan and his men, and the only witness is their child, Bhola. Bhola turns for help to his dad's friend, Ram, who accepts Bhola, and introduces him to two close friends, Rahim, and Robert. Together they bring up Bhola, and teach him all that is to know about fighting, and combat. Years later, Bhola has grown up, and his three mentors have provided him a new name - Shiva, and heavenly weapons to assist him overcome evil in this world, as well as to seek out the killers of his parents, and end their tyrancy.
About the Actor
Jaikishan Kakubhai Shroff is a Gujarati, born to Kakubhai and Rita on the 1st February 1960 in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. He married Ayesha in 1987 and they have two children. His son is Jai and daughter is Krishna. His wife Ayesha is a producer and together they manage their company Jackie Shroff Entertainment Ltd. Tall, dark and handsome, Jackie Shroff after a supporting role or two grew to be a hero with the release of Subhash Ghais Hero. 1973 Jackie Shroff had a small role in Dev Anands Heera Panna (1973). 1982 to 1988 In 1982, he was cast in Dev Anands Swami Dada but it was Subhash Ghai who gave him the big break with Hero (1983) as Jackie Dada who is a bad guy with a good heart. In Subhash Ghais Karma (1986), he played one of the convicts who is hired to take on the villain Dr.Dang. 1989 to 1995 He worked with Ghai again in Ram Lakhan (1989) with Anil Kapoor and Madhuri Dixit. The movie was successful. The same year he played the role of Kishen, a gangster, in Vidhu Vinod Chopras Parinda (1989). The movie also starred Anil Kapoor, Nana Patekar and Madhuri Dixit and went on to win several awards. Shroff won his first Filmfare Best Actor Award. Another Ghai movie that starred him along with Sunny Deol and Naseeruddin Shah was Tridev (1989) which again was his third hit in 1989.