Ram is one among the five orphaned boys in Visakhapatnam, adopted by a doctor who ensures them a roof to live under, with dignity. Ram goes to any extent to protect his family and he’s a handful for the baddie to handle in a time of crisis. How does Ram protect his family when they need him the most?
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