The story is about two warring royal Kshatriya Rajput families in Rajasthan, India, based in Mirtagarh and Surjangarh. The Mirtagarh family head Bhavani Singh (Sunil Dutt) is killed by the Surjangarh family head Prithvi Singh (Dharmendra), which causes a bloody feud between the families, spreading over two generations.
Prithvi is sent to prison for Bhavani's murder. Bhavani's brother Jaswant Singh (Vinod Khanna) returns from England vowing to kill Prithvi when the latter is released. Prithvi's son Vinay (Sunny Deol) and Bhavani's son Vikram (Sanjay Dutt) are sent to England as children to get away from the bloody feud between their families.
Twenty years later, Vinay and Vikram are the best of friends living in England. Vikram's cousin and Jaswant's daughter Neelima (Raveena Tandon) also lives in London. Vinay and Neelima fall in love and want to marry. This could signal the end of the Mirtagarh and Surjangarh feud.
Will the younger generation succeed in finally ending this feud between their respective families? Or will they, too, be fated to continue this bloody tradition by being forced to fight each other where only one will be left standing?
- Genre: Action
- Runtime: 180 minutes
Kshatriya (Warriors) is a 1993 Bollywood film directed by J.P. Dutta. It features an ensemble star cast including Sunil Dutt, Dharmendra, Meenakshi Seshadri, Vinod Khanna, Sanjay Dutt, Sunny Deol, Raveena Tandon and Divya Bharti. Sunil Dutt and Dharmendra play fathers to their real-life sons: Sanjay Dutt and Sunny Deol, respectively (Even though Sunil and Sanjay did not actually share screen space). This was Divya Bharti's last film to be released while she was alive; she died 10 days after its release. The story of movie was similar to Parampara (1993 film) released after this movie. Both the movies were multistarrer films and failed to create good business at the box office. Sunil Dutt, Vinod Khanna and Raveena Tandon were common actors in both the movies.