1900 AD. Paramashiva Gowda, the head of Suraveerapura, a village under the Rulers of Mysore Kingdom. He used to haunt young maidens of the village and ruin their chastity. Many of the victims commit suicide. Several quit the village. Many of them cried helplessly. He was not only a brave man, handsome and courageous enough to fight alone against twenty persons at a time but also a human of noble qualities. Besides had beautiful wife & cute children. The Ruler of Mysore Kingdom had bequeathed him a horse, who turns out to be his best servant and a pistol in appreciation of his kindness towards animals and helping nature. What made such a noble man to become a lecher and victimise several innocent families of the village? Who instigate him to become so cruel and licentious? Whether his cruelty comes to an end? Whether the villagers come out of the trouble? Kama Dahana answers these.