‘The fact is, both sides killed. Both shot and stabbed and speared and clubbed.
Both tortured. Both raped.’
It is the summer of 1947. But Partition does not mean much to the Sikhs and Muslims of Mano Majra, a village on the border
of India and Pakistan. Then, a local moneylender is murdered,
and suspicion falls upon Juggut Singh, the village gangster who is in love with a Muslim girl. When a train arrives, carrying
the bodies of dead Sikhs, the village is transformed into a battlefield, and neither the magistrate nor the police are able to stem the rising tide of violence. Amidst conflicting loyalties, it is left to Juggut Singh to redeem himself and
reclaim peace for his village.