A typical Hindi family drama. Paresh Rawal plays a crooked police officer who is the main cause of separation of the family of an honest police officer played by Navin nischol.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Vijay Kumar
Vikram / CBI Officer Ashwini Kumar
Usha Rani
Ravi / Joginder
Poonam Dhillon ...
Advocate Shraddha (Prem's bride)
Nirupa Roy ...
Mrs. Kashinath
Kimi Katkar ...
Shakti Kapoor ...
Asrani ...
Man on the street
Kader Khan ...
Bashir Ahmed
Navin Nischol ...
Hawaldar Vishwanath
Justice Nyaychand Rastogi (N.C.R.)
Paresh Rawal ...
Sub-Inspector Tejaa
Bharat Kapoor ...


Vijay Kumar is a well-off business industrialist who lives in Bombay in a palatial house. One day he returns home and finds out that his wallet has been stolen. Unknown to him, his wallet has ended up with a petty thief and pick-pocket named Vikram, who, in a drunken state, gives the wallet along with the money in it to a beggar woman named Usha Rani. Vijay does not know that this theft will turn his life upside down; re-unite him with his long-lost mother & brother; as well as put the lives of everyone he knows at risk at the hands of powerful gangster, Tejaa, who will leave no stone unturned to destroy Vijay and whoever comes in his way. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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What a film !
12 March 1999 | by (Blackburn, England) – See all my reviews

Brace yourself: This film is virtually a who's who of the Indian Cinema of the late 1980's. The all-star cast featured includes: Dharmendra, Jeetendra, Anil Kapoor, Sridevi, Poonam Dhillon, Kimi Katkar, Nutan, Nirupa Roy, Kader Khan, Anupam Kher, Shakti Kapoor & Paresh Rawal. Written by all-time legend Kader Khan, this film is a mixture of powerful emotions. There are some genuinely funny moments in this film, but there are also some really powerful emotional scenes as well. I have to admit that there are times when the film gets a bit confusing, but on the whole, a very good family film. If you haven't seen this one, then watch it, it's excellent !

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