Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is widely used in clinical applications due to its ability to acquire a wide variety of soft tissues using multiple pulse sequences. Each sequence provides information that generally complements the other. However, factors like an increase in scan time or contrast allergies impede imaging with numerous sequences. Synthesizing images of such non acquired sequences is a challenging proposition that can suffice for corrupted acquisition, fast reconstruction prior, super-resolution, etc. This manuscript employed a deep convolution neural network (CNN) to synthesize multiple missing pulse sequences of brain MRI with tumors. The CNN is an encoder-decoder-like network trained to minimize reconstruction mean square error (MSE) loss while maximizing the adversarial attack. It inflicts on a relativistic Visual Turing Test discriminator (rVTT). The approach is evaluated through experiments performed with the Brats2018 dataset, quantitative metrics viz. MSE, Structural Similarity Measure (SSIM), and Peak Signal to Noise Ratio (PSNR). The Radiologist and MR physicist performed the Turing test with 76% accuracy, demonstrating our approach's performance superiority over the prior art. We can synthesize MR images of missing pulse sequences at an inference cost of 350.71 GFlops/voxel through this approach.