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aya is an orphan who grows up believing a police officer's life to be a happy one with much money coming in the form of bribes, which inspires him to become a police officer. After years, he becomes a corrupt Sub-Inspector and gets transferred to Visakhapatnam, where he forms an immediate friendship with the local don Waltair Vasu by releasing his four brothers Ravi, Mani, Varun and Sundeep from jail, who were all arrested for smuggling. Daya's attitude does not go well with his subordinate Narayana Murthy, a sincere police constable. In vain, he tries to oppose Daya's deeds. Meanwhile, Daya falls in love with Shanvi, a Blue Cross member, who is kidnapped on her birthday by Vasu's men, only to be rescued by Daya. Vasu then scolds his henchmen for kidnapping the wrong woman and apologizes to both of them. As her birthday gift, Shanvi asks Daya to rescue the girl who was the actual target. Obliging the same, Daya fights off Vas u's goons and saves the girl, Lakshmi. Somehow, he later reconciles with Vasu and comes to know that Lakshmi has a piece of evidence against Vasu's brothers' atrocities. Daya meets her and learns that her sister Deepthi was kidnapped, raped, and brutally assaulted to death for 40 days by Vasu's four brothers, who filmed and stored the footage on a CD, which is with Lakshmi now. Taking the CD, Daya calls Vasu to arrange for tickets to send both Lakshmi and her mother to the United States, in exchange for the disc. Before leaving, Lakshmi's conversation with him brings a change in his mindset. Realizing he was indirectly responsible for the rape as he let the brothers escape, Daya has a change of heart when Murthy notifies him of the same, and he fights off Vasu's goons sent to retrieve the CD. Daya credits Shanvi for bringing the change in him and reveals the truth to her, after which she forgives him. After Deepthi's dead body is found and an autopsy is p erformed by a female doctor, Daya produces the CD as the evidence, which turns out to be an empty one. Though no further evidence exists, Daya asks for a gap of one day to provide necessary evidence so that Vasu's brothers do not escape as exonerated. Realizing he was betrayed by his lawyer, he regrets not making multiple copies of the CD in a conversation with Shanvi. Later, a drunk Daya is attacked by Vasu's men, but he manages to defeat all of them in the fight that ensues. The next day, Daya adds that he is also one among the 'five' men who sexually assaulted Deepthi and convinces the judge to put the five of them to death so that the other four do not escape death. This statement shocks the media and everyone, including Shanvi, who questions Daya as to why he did it. Realizing this, Lakshmi reveals to Murthy that she has an extra copy, which is then aired by the media, revealing only the four brothers to be guilty. Daya's death sentence is cancelled, while t he remaining four initiate a brawl with the police, resulting in a fight that leaves three of them dead at the hands of Daya and the remaining one committing suicide in a last-minute attempt to escape him. The film ends with Daya being released from prison, being reinstated into the police service, and reconciling with Shanvi and Murt