Professor Vijay Tripathi and Bhujbal Choudhury have a small land dispute between themselves forcing Bhujbal and his men to mercilessly kill Vijay making his death look as though lightning struck him. In the process Vijay's pregnant wife, Anju runs for safety only to take aid in a temple belonging to Bhagwan Bajrangbali where-by she gives birth to a baby boy who is blessed with magical powers belonging to Bhagwan Bajrangbali. She then hand over this baby to the temple Poojary, instructs him to take the baby to Thakur Raghuveer Singh and passes away. A childless Thakur wholeheartedly agrees to adopt this child naming him Mahavir alias Pawan meanwhile the Thakur's accountant Balakram has plans for him to adopt his new born baby boy and is angered at the arrival of Mahavir to the extent of attempting to kill him albeit in vain. Never the less Thakur agrees to adopt the child of Balakram naming him Balbir. Years passed by with both Balbir and Mahair growing up and started to attend the ... Written by
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Prakash Mehra had the script with him for many years. He started the film in the 1980' s as the much hyped " Kaayar" with Amitabh Bachchan, Anita Raaj and Raj Babbar. The film was shelved because it was too similar to Manoj Kumar's Sanyasi. Prakash Mehra restarted the film with Jeetendra and Puru Rajkumar. Jeetendra later dropped out from the film and was replaced by Mukesh Khanna. Prakash Mehra renamed the film " Bal Brahmchari". See more