Chori Mera Kaam (1975)
Bhola Nath is a young petty criminal/robber/pickpocket whom works with a female acomplice and his former lover, Sharmii. Bhola unknowlingly is the illigetimate son of a police officer, named Kumar, whom has been tracking a shadowy gangster, named Amanarchard Rathore, whom Kumar imprisoned 20 years before and has now been paroled and resumed his life of crime. Bhola was abducted by Amanarchard's henchmen as a little boy, but escaped and was raised by a veteran thief named 'Mr. John,' while his Lt. Kumar and his wife and other son have long belived that their other son was dead. Bhola and Sharmii stumble upon a manuscript for a book titled 'Chori Mera Kaam' during one of their robbery excursions belonging to Mr. John's former partner in crime which they sell to a shady publisher, named Parvin Bhai, which becomes a nationwide best seller. But it attracts unwanted attention from the police, the local mob, and the original writer himself.- Written by Matt Patay
Honest and diligent Police Inspector Samadh Kumar arrests notorious gangster and smuggler, Amarchand Rathore, and holds him for trial. In retaliation, Amarchand's men abduct Kumar's son and hold him for ransom. Kumar does not give to their demands, and goes ahead and testifies in court against Amarchand, who gets a lengthy prison sentence. Years roll by, Kumar brings up his second son, Shyam, and has him inducted in the police force. Kumar's elder son, Bholanath, has fallen into bad company, and lives with a career thief named John, and partners his ill-gotten loot with a fellow-thief by the name of Sharmili. Then one day, Bhola steals a file from another thief named Shankar, a file "Chori Mera Kaam" (Stealing is my Job) that when published will assist criminals young and old, to live a life of crime, and successfully pull wool over eyes of the authorities.- Written by rAjOo (email@example.com)
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