Rajesh Mehra lives a wealthy lifestyle with his mom, Sarita, and dad. His dad finalizes his marriage with Malti, who is the daughter of equally wealthy, Jagdish Kapoor. When Rajesh is told,... See full summary »

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T.T. Murari Srivastav / Jailor
Master Bhagwan ...
Bhang drinker (as Bhagwan Dada)
C.S. Dubey ...
Chaubey
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Shankar Singh
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Ramarao Raghvendrarao Basu Chatterjee 'Vasu' Gundappa
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Leela 'Laila' Srivastav
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Dudhwala
Arvind Joshi ...
Jagdish Kapoor
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Rajesh Mehra / Kaushal Tiwari
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'Monty' Mafatlal
Kanan Kaushal ...
Sarita Mehra
Raj Kishore ...
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Shehnaz Kudia ...
Shabnam 'Shabu' M. Kaliya
Anoop Kumar ...
Chaurangi
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Rajesh Mehra lives a wealthy lifestyle with his mom, Sarita, and dad. His dad finalizes his marriage with Malti, who is the daughter of equally wealthy, Jagdish Kapoor. When Rajesh is told, he refuses to marry Malti as she is mentally unstable, an argument ensues, and Rajesh angrily leaves. He befriends a poultry farmer, Majid Kaliya, and lives rent-free in a room in his house. Rajesh takes to singing in a nightclub, meets with wealthy Ritu Mafatlal and both fall in love with each other. Mafatlal wants a rich groom for Ritu, and refuses to permit them to marry, so both elope, get married, and Malti moves in with Rajesh in Majid's room. This does not auger well with Majid's wife, Shabnam, who refuses to permit both to sleep together. Understanding their frustration, Majid gives them two passes to Mysore where they can spend time with each other - the only problem is that the passes are in the names of Kaushal and his sister Kamini Tiwari. Watch what happens when the duo end up at the ... Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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14 December 1984 (India)  »

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A disco version of the song "Also Sprach Zarathustra " is used in the title music. The song was more popularly known as the "2001: A Space Odyssey Theme" and the theme music for "Nature Boy" Ric Flair. See more »

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