Synopsis: Tanhaji Malusare was an unsung warrior from the 17th century. His acts of valour and bravery continue to inspire soldiers long after he lost his life in battle. Endowed with a body of steel, the courage of a lion and an agile mind, Tanhaji was also one of Chattrapati Shivaji Maharaj's trusted lieutenants. Ready to lay down his life for his King and country, he launched one of the earliest surgical strikes on the Mughal Empire led by Emperor Aurangzeb. When the fort of Kondhana, that was the pride of the Marathas was under seige of Udaybhan and a Mughal army, Tanhaji went to war armed only with a handful of Marathas. If the Mughals had muscle power, Tanhaji had acumen. The only unfortunate thing is--the Marathas won Kondhana but they lost their Lion (Tanhaji).