When a jailer hears that his sister is in love with a guy he is quite delighted to meet this guy only to find out that this guy is none other than a criminal called Pasha. Worst off the girl is married to Pasha and is pregnant with his child. The jailer is death-set against this and orders his sister to leave his house at once which she does; a few days later she returns with a new born baby boy which she hands over to jailer after passing away and then Pasha abducts the jailer son Ashok and brings him up in a crime world teaching him each and every trick of there universe. Years later Ashok is now known as Suraj a professional thief while Pasha's son grows up with the jailer to be police inspector Vijay. When the law nabs Suraj he is imprisoned and shortly after he is released he continue his trade mark with Pasha; Suraj meets and fall in love with Aarti who convinces him to give up crime which he does. When Suraj begins to earn money by the most honest means he finds himself ... Written by
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Near the end of the movie, Pasha (Danny Denzongpa) has tied up Sunny Deol's hands to two adjacent pillars. In the 1975 movie "Sholay" Gabbar Singh (Amjad Khan) had tied up Sunny's father Dharmendra in a similar fashion. Also the role of Gabbar Singh was originally offered to Danny Denzongpa, the villain of this movie. See more