Sartaj Singh, a Mumbai police officer, receives an anonymous phone call from a gangster who threatens to blow up the entire city. Amid the corrupt standards of Indian law enforcement begins a battle between a 'nobody' cop and ruthless gangster who perceives (sometimes) himself to be a God.
The righteous. The ruthless. Everyone wants to play.
Did You Know?
Nearly every episode has a direct reference to the Hindu epic Ramayana, either in the form of the popular 1980s comic adaptation (episode one) poster of Hanuman and Rama and Sita (episode 2 and 3) the 1988 tv series Ramyan (episodes 4) performances (episode 6) or in the series dialogue, for example as Ganesh Gaitonde (Nawazuddin sSddiqui) in episode 7 threatens the Muslim population of Mumbai with the fires of retribution, he refers to Hanuman's revenge at the hands of King Ravana In then Ramayana on the City of Lanka. See more
The medals keep changing positions on the Police Officers uniforms and do not seem to be worn in the correct order of precedence. Also in flashback scenes they are wearing the Indian 50th Independence Anniversary Medal, which would not have been awarded before 1997. See more