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Chided by his family for being the absolute miser, wealthy industrialist Dhaniram (Kader Khan) loves his money as a mother loves a child. This does not auger well with his two sons, Ajay ... See full summary »

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Roshni ...
Dolly Gogi
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Vijay
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Sapna
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Suleiman
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Gulu Gogi
Seema Deo ...
Laxmi
Shashi Puri ...
Ajay
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D.O. Gogi
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Dhaniram (as Kadar Khan)
Renu Joshi
Ashok Saxena
Farita Boyce ...
(as Fritta Boyce)
Jugnu ...
(as Jugune)
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Chided by his family for being the absolute miser, wealthy industrialist Dhaniram (Kader Khan) loves his money as a mother loves a child. This does not auger well with his two sons, Ajay and Vijay (Shashi Kiran and Raj Kiran respectively). The two sons despise their father and find various ways to entrap him, but in vain. Dhaniram gets in the bad books of Income Tax Officer, D.O. Gogi (Shakti Kapoor), and as a result Gogi is arrested and imprisoned. His sister, Dolly (Roshini) and brother, Gulu (Gulshan Grover) both scheme a devious plot that will ensure the death of Dhaniram, and the control of his wealth will rest with them and Gogi. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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8 January 1988 (India)  »

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The song woh jo kehte hai humse yeh umar nahin hai pyar ki.....the song writer of this song, Vidhalbhai Patel had originaly written this song for RK Film's Bobby, but at that time Raj Kapoor dint record this song nor use it, this song was to be sung by Mukesh and the song was to come in the film in the backgroun, but then Raj Kapoor dint use the song, later after about 15 years this song was used in Dariya Dil and was sung by Mukesh's son Nitin Mukesh. See more »

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One of the Best movie of my favorite actor
7 April 2016 | by See all my reviews

excellent movie and enjoyed a lot the song superman & spider man. Govinda is the only actor whose movies can be seen with whole family. Funny, action, drama, emotions everything can be found in his movies.the film is well handled and keeps you involved throughout with good jokes and less loud scenes The film does have some slapstick scenes which are too much but yet they make you laugh mostly Govinda gives his last best work, His handling of comedy is tremendous here Music is good. I give this movie a straight ten on ten because it makes you laugh non stop.Good movie, hit music, and laughable gags. As usual, not for the highbrow, but for someone who simply wants laughs. Govinda is good Kader Khan does well too


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