A young monk, Ming, is sent to India by the head monk of Shaolin, to
fetch the person that would bring about the salvation of Shaolin temple.
He is given a pendant that would shine on coming in contact with the savior-to-be.
Bheem and his friends from Dholakpur are in a tussle with Kichak and
his friends from Pehelwanpur, over who is the better team, when they
hear noises. On investigating, they find that a young monk is attacked
by robbers who try to rob the monk, of the pendant. Bheem springs into
action and fights off the robbers. When he takes hold of the pendant to
return it to its owner, it starts glowing, thus giving the indication
that he is the savior. The monk introduces himself as Ming, and explains
the purpose of his visit.
For centuries, Shaolin temple has been living undisturbed in peace,
until it was attacked and defeated by Kaifu and his army. Kaifu laid out
the condition that each year, for the next ten years, he would face a
member represented by Shaolin, and they would fight till one man is left
standing. If Kaifu wins on all ten occasions, he would take control
over Shaolin temple. For the last nine years, the representatives of
Shaolin have been defeated by Kaifu without dropping a sweat. The
representative of Shaolin temple the previous year was Chang, who had
mastered all the five techniques of Shaolin, but was defeated by Kaifu
within 3 minutes. With king Induverma's permission, Bheem, Raju, Chutki,
Jaggu and Indumati set off for Shaolin, and they are joined by Kalia,
Dholu, Bholu, Kichak and Mannu.
They start their training immediately, under the guidance of Ming. On
reaching Shaolin temple, each of them is given a signature technique.
Bheem and Kalia learn Lion's technique, Chutki is taught Snake
technique, Raju learns Monkey technique, Kichak learns a technique
concentrated on Balance, and Mannu learns Mentis technique. Within a few
days they show great progress. However, Bheem feels that is not enough
to defeat Kaifu, so his friends teach him their signature techniques.
Shortly thereafter, he is even able to overpower Chang, someone who has
been practicing for years. The head monk announces the squad that would face Kaifu's team, but leaves Bheem out as he broke a shaolin rule. He and his friends are taken to a river by Ming, where
they end up confronting the soldiers of Kaifu, but they are vastly
outnumbered. A mysterious figure arrives on the scene and drops a smoke
bomb to help Bheem and his friends escape. At his place, Ming introduces
him as Laoshi, formerly the best Shaolin student, but was also banished
from the temple because of his lack of faith in Shaolin techniques.
With Laoshi, they begin strategising on how to defeat Kaifu. Bheem spies
on Kaifu's soldiers while they are practicing, and learns Kaifu's
signature technique- the Eagle's fist. He is told by Laoshi not to use
the technique in Shaolin temple or on his friends as it is very lethal.
Bheem continues practicing and soon reaches the peak of his training.
Tragedy strikes the day before the tournament, as Kalia is caught while
trying to spy on Kaifu. He is about to be imprisoned, when Ming arrives
just in time to convince the guards into arresting him instead. Kalia
narrates the whole incident to Bheem and his friends who are shocked on
hearing about it.
Its the day of the battle; Raju, Kalia, Chutki, Kichak, Mannu and Chang
arrive to square off against Kaifu and his team. Bheem and Laoshi invade
Kaifu's camp and rescue Ming. Laoshi continues to fight while Bheem is
sent back to save Shaolin temple. By the time Kaifu's turn arrives,
three members of Shaolin team are already defeated, and Chang is
injured. However, since Chang is evidently the strongest member among
the present team, the head monk instructs him to go ahead and face
Kaifu. But Bheem arrives just in time and challenges Kaifu to fight. Bheem challenges Kaifu to accept his condition that if he wins, Kaifu
will have to leave Shaolin temple alone forever. Kaifu in turn places forth
his own condition that if Kaifu wins, Bheem will have to become his
slave for life. Bheem agrees, and the battle commences. Its
the clash of the titans, and both of them push each other to the limit.
Bheem remembers Laoshi's advice that he needs a special technique to beat Kaifu, and
that ''Nature is the best teacher.'' He is able to develop a very
powerful signature attack and uses it to defeat Kaifu once and for all.
Kaifu begs forgiveness to the head monk. The head monk congratulates
Bheem on saving Shaolin temple. Bheem in return requests the head monk
to reinstate Laoshi into the Shaolin temple, to which the head monk
replies that there is no barrier on Laoshi and he can return whenever he wants. There is celebration
all around on Shaolin's victory, and Chutki asks Bheem how was he able
to form a signature attack in the middle of a fight. Bheem jokingly
replies that first they will have to eat a lot of ladoos, and everyone
breaks into laughter. The film ends with a 'Happy New Year' greeting on
*Bheem: A brave 9-year old boy, Bheem is the main
protagonist of the movie. He is known to always help people in need, in the
town of Dholakpur. He goes to China in order
to save Shaolin temple by defeating Kaifu.
*Kaifu: A ruthless fighter that attacks Shaolin temple with
his army and defeats them. He aims not only to gain control over Shaolin
temple, but over the entire China.
*Ming: A young shaolin monk who is sent to India to fetch
the savior of shaolin. He is trained in basic skills of Kung fu, and is a heir
of the head monk.
*Laoshi: Formerly a student of shaolin, he teaches Bheem
important tactics for his fight against
*Chang: He was the best fighter from Shaolin temple until
Bheem arrived on the scene. Although a great fighter, his skills were no match
to that of Kaifu’s.
*Raju: A 7-year old boy, and Bheem’s best friend. He stays
by Bheem’s side in all of his endeavors.
*Chutki: Another friend of Bheem’s, she is the only female
in the circle.
*Jaggu: A talking monkey, also from Bheem’s friend circle.
He helps Raju learn the Monkey’s technique.
*Kalia Pehelwan: An 11-year old obese bully, Kalia gets into
all sorts of trouble along with his sidekicks Dholu and Bholu. He joins Bheem
in his quest.
*Kichak: An athlete from Pehelwanpur, Kichak is an
arch-rival of Bheem and his friends. He represents Shaolin team in its final
battle with Kaifu’s team.
*Mannu: Also from Pehelwanpur, Mannu is a 7-year old boy who
is known to be a very good boxer for his age. He learns the Mentis technique.
The movie was released right after New years eve on 2012, and was a huge hit. It was the most well-received movie of the Chhota Bheem series, second only to Chhota Bheem aur Krishna, the first movie of the series.