(Certified: Jul 18, 1990)
Knowing him to be simpleton, Bhola's father, at his death bed, entrust Bhola to the care of his married daughter Champa. The sister brings him to her house. Bansi, Champa's husband ill treats and insults him. To save him from further disgrace and torture, Champa puts him incharge of a herd cattle. And sends him to jungle to graze there. Bhola is happy and is content to look after the cattle and play his flute. But his happiness is short lived. Fate takes tragic turn. Bansi, while gambling in a drunken spell, losses all his wealth. As a desparate act, he wagers his wife Champa at stake and losses her. Champa's new owners become her tormenters she suffers, and when they try to rape her, she escapes and plunges herself into raging waters. Bhola is homeless, nothing is left but to end his life. At this an event from his past comes to his help but end his life. At the risk of his life he had rescued a number of snakes from the deadly clutches of a Aghori. Among them were a pair of Ichadhari snakes. This pair a boon form lord Sheshnaag (The king of all snakes) they could change into any from when and were they wish. So to help their life saver the female snake takes the form of Champa the lost sister of Bhola she comes to him and tells him God has saved her and she is alive, Bhola is again happy. She is actually being a snake, knows of treasures buried in earth. She brings these to Bhola and they start living rich and happy life. from here story takes a strange turns and twists.