Shyam and Sita belong to a song and dance troupe and live a poor lifestyle in Panjim with two small children, Radha and Ramu. They go to Jalpaiguri to perform to get some money, however, Sita's beauty catches the eye of trumpet-playing A.M. Singh, who decides to keep her, and kills the rest of the troupe members in an arranged bus accident. Radha and Ramu become homeless and destitute, they sing and dance on the roadside to make some money. Years later they have grown up and are quite popular. Radha gets married to one of the troupe members, Resham, while Ramu, who is now known as Romeo falls in love with Janita and inducts her in their group. With Radha pregnant, Ramu and Janita decide to perform in Jalpaiguri. A.M. Singh, who is still alive, and has forced Sita to live in the dense forests, now feasts his eye on Janita and plans deviously to to ensnare her all for himself. Then Radha suddenly passes away, and a distraught Ramu, suspecting Resham of killing her, takes to alcohol in a... Written by
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Dil Mera Todo Na
Music by Bappi Lahiri
Lyrics by Anjaan
Performed by 'Alisha Chinai' & Chorus See more