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Khosrow Kiani, the major serving the Imperial State of Iran, has divorced his wife, Ghodsi, for a while. He unexpectedly encounters the suicide of his twenty-two year old son. While looking for the reasons behind his son’s addiction and suicide, he finds a clue, which leads him to a member of a drug dealing organization, named Yasaie. Yasaie tells Khosrow that he had not been aware of giving permission for drug trafficking instead of importing medicine to the country. As Yasaie seeks to provide evidence for his claim, some armed men attack and shoot him. Following that raid, Yasaie and all the members of his family, except for his little son, Farzan, are dead. Farzan survives and Khosrow inevitably takes him with himself, then he goes to his ex-wife and entrusts her with the boy. Pursuing the recent clues he has found, Khosrow is linked to his old collogue, Farhad. Several years ago, after finding out about how the drugs are imported to the country and due to some irrational excuses, Farhad was dismissed from his position. Currently, he is an addict, and he recommends Khosrow to stop pursuing this issue. Meanwhile, Khosrow is informed that Ghodsi and Farzan are taken as hostages. After exploring their location, Khosrow rescues Ghodsi and Farzan on time. As he is looking for a secure place to hide, Khosrow goes to Farhad; however, the police surround them. Khosrow and Farhad enter into a fight with the police. Meanwhile, the drug dealers are looking for an appropriate time to kill them in some way. Farhad, not pleased with his life condition at all, helps Ghodsi and Farzan to get away from there, then, he throws a grenade among the invaders to set the grounds for Khosrow to escape and to get himself to Ghodsi and Farzan as well. As a result of sacrificing his life, Farhad manages to get the invaders killed.