Diljale is as guaranteed a film “dependent on the life of a psychological oppressor”. Essentially, the film indicates how individuals engage with fear based oppression and one, Shyam, does to escape the black market.
Fundamentally, this film keeps running on the magnificent heading of Harry Baweja (who coordinated another superb motion picture of Ajay Devgan, Dilwale) and the phenomenal acting by Ajay Devgan.
There is not a lot to the story. The music is bolstered pleasantly by the heading.Shyam (Ajay Devgan) is the child of a patriot, Kesri. Radhika (Sonali Bendre), a young lady going to a similar school as Shyam is awed with Shyam’s patriotism and begins to pursue his trails.
After a couple of senseless experiences and two melodies, they proclaim their affection for one another. At the point when Radhika’s dad (Shakti Kapoor) gets some answers concerning this relationship, Shyam and his dad are captured and taken to imprison through the hands of a degenerate cop (Gulshan Grover).
Shyam and his dad are blamed as being fear mongers and are tormented. His dad is murdered after a serious torment and Shyam escapes and joins a fear monger gathering.