Inspector Ranjit Singh lives a middle-classed lifestyle along with his wife, Laxmi, a son, Pappu, and daughter, Pinky. When the National Bank is broken into one night, he gives chase to the... See full summary »

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Feroz Khan ...
Shankar / Badey Thakur (as Firoz Khan)
Vinod Khanna ...
Shambhu / Chhotey Thakur / Pappu R.Singh
Sulakshana Pandit ...
Pinky R. Singh / Sulakshana 'Sulu' (as Sulakshana)
Bindu ...
Munnibai
Ajit ...
Inspector / I.G.P. Ranjit Singh
Sulochana Latkar ...
Laxmi R. Singh (as Sulochna)
Anwar Hussain ...
Kundan
Sudhir ...
Chaman
Pradeep Kumar ...
Lakhan Singh
Lalita Pawar ...
Sulakshana's foster mom
Kundan ...
Inspector
Master Bhagwan ...
Havaldar Dhondu
Jagdeep ...
Havaldar Naik
Keshav Rana ...
Kundan's Brother
Viju Khote ...
Kundan's goon
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Inspector Ranjit Singh lives a middle-classed lifestyle along with his wife, Laxmi, a son, Pappu, and daughter, Pinky. When the National Bank is broken into one night, he gives chase to the robbers, and shoots one of them dead. The dead robber's brother, Kundan, manages to get away with the loot, then tracks down Ranjit and his family, shoots at them, forcing their jeep to fall into the Narbada river, separating the entire family. Ranjit manages to rescue Laxmi, and then apprehends Kundan, has him tried in Court, and sentenced to jail for several years, but is unable to recover the stolen loot. Years later, Kundan gets discharged and is received by his nephew, Chaman. Ranjit is now the Inspector General of Police, and Laxmi still hopes to be reunited with her children. Pappu has been adopted by a bandit named Lakhan Singh, who re-names him Shambhu, and brings him up with his other son, Shankar. Pinky has been adopted by a widow, who has re-named her Sulakshana, who makes a living as a... Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Oh Aa Pahunchi Hai Is Meley Me Sadhi Aaj Sawari, Sach Kahene Aur Sach Sunneki Humko Hai Bimari
Performed by Mohammad Rafi, Mahendra Kapoor
Lyrics by Sahir
Composed by Kalyanji Veerji Shah Anandji Veerji Shah
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Nice buddy action movie!
6 October 2011 | by (canada) – See all my reviews

Mr. Khan n Mr. Khanna star as a couple of dacoit brothers from the village who after their whole gang is slaughtered by the police thanks to Anwar Hussain Saab move to "Bambai" to get revenge against him and help out the poor as well.It's funny n fast-paced with a slow climax but a nice supporting cast including Ajit,Sudhir,Sulakshana Pandit and Bindu who carry it off well enough.This is one of those films where you can see the main characters had a lot of fun while making it and it helps that Mr. Khan and Mr. Khanna were real life buddies.Working together again in Qurbaani'80 and Dayavan'88(both directed by Mr. Khan).Specially loved the two songs that they perform together in this movie.


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