Thakur Gajendra Singh runs a criminal empire from a small town. The Thakur rules this town, including the police, who only cater to his interests. His town has been known to be the grave-yard of police officers who have dared to oppose him. Inspector Amar Varma accepts the assignment to serve in this town, not knowing that he is not only putting his own life, but the lives of his loved ones also, in the hands of the merciless Thakur.
A pilot is forced to illegally transport drugs, arms and ammunition by terrorists, who have held his daughter hostage. However, they do not release her even after he complies with their demands.
Siphai Maqbool Hussain co-produced by ISPR and Interflow Communications Limited is a Pakistani miniseries, aired during the month of April 2008, simultaneously on TV One and PTV, that narrates the true story of a Pakistani soldier, Maqbool Hussain, who was injured and taken prisoner by the Indian Army in the 1965 war and spent 40 years in Indian jails. He was released as a civilian prisoner in 2005. During his imprisonment, Hussain was subjected to terrible human rights abuses. The drama pays tribute to Sepoy Maqbool Hussain as an icon of resilience and steadfastness.