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1 In the late seventeenth century, Guru Gobind Singh Ji (the tenth guru in Sikhism), was in war with the Mughal rulers to protect the people of different faiths when a fellow Sikh, Bhai Kanhaiya, attended the troops of the enemy.
2 Some of the enemy began to fight again and some Sikh warriors were annoyed by Bhai Kanhaiya as he was helping their enemy.
3 Sikh soldiers brought Bhai Kanhaiya before Guru Gobind Singh Ji, and complained of his action that they considered counter-productive to their struggle on the battlefield.
4 "I was giving water to the wounded because I saw your face in all of them", replied Bhai Kanhaiya.
5 It was under the tutelage of the Guru that Bhai Kanhaiya subsequently founded a volunteer corps for altruism.
6 Her other commercially successful films during this period include Ram Lakhan (1989), Tridev (1989), Thanedaar (1990), Kishen Kanhaiya (1990), Saajan (1991), Khalnayak (1993), and Raja (1995).
7 Her next release that year was Rakesh Roshan's action comedy Kishen Kanhaiya (alongside Anil Kapoor and Shilpa Shirodkar).
8 The story revolves around a farmer, Shambu Mahato (Balraj Sahni), who lives with his wife Parvati "Paro" (Nirupa Roy) and son Kanhaiya (Rattan Kumar) in a small village that has been hit badly by a famine.
9 Kanhaiya wants to join his father too, but Shambu refuses and scolds him.
10 On the train to Calcutta, Shambu finds Kanhaiya hiding and hitchhiking with him and after a brief confrontation agrees to take Kanhaiya with him.
11 In Calcutta, Shambu and Kanhaiya face a harsh welcome.
12 Kanhaiya befriends a street-side shoe-shiner named Lalu "Ustad" (Jagdeep).
13 Kanhaiya falls ill, and Shambu ends up renting a small room in the slums with the help of a tea vendor and the landlady's adopted grandchild, Rani.
14 Kanhaiya tries to help his family by taking up shoe-shining with the help of the old rickshaw-puller and Lalu.
15 Looking at the condition of his father, Kanhaiya joins a pickpocket to earn quick money.
16 Shambu gets angry on learning this and beats Kanhaiya.
17 Meanwhile, Kanhaiya, unable to withstand his father's condition, steals money from a lady and runs back to the slum.
18 In 1799, Raja Ranjit Singh's army of 25,000 Khalsa, supported by another 25,000 Khalsa led by his mother-in-law Rani Sada Kaur of Kanhaiya misl, in a joint operation attacked the region controlled by Bhangi Sikhs centered around Lahore.