David D'Mello lives a middle-classed lifestyle in Bangalore along with his wife, Mary, and a son, Bunty, and is a jockey in the Bangalore Turf Club. He has a run-in with a wealthy stud farm... See full summary »

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Jenny
Balwant Dullat
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Bunty D'Mello
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William
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Balram / Bhima
Monty Nath
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Gomango
Master Ravi ...
Young Bunty D'Mello
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David D'Mello
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Gurbachchan Singh ...
Bob
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Mary D'Mello
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David D'Mello lives a middle-classed lifestyle in Bangalore along with his wife, Mary, and a son, Bunty, and is a jockey in the Bangalore Turf Club. He has a run-in with a wealthy stud farm owner, Gomango, who kills him. David's death also kills his widower friend, Balram, compelling his son, Bhima, to move in with Mary. She gives birth to a daughter, and makes a living sewing and stitching clothes, while Bunty and Bhima wash cars and do small chores. Years later both Bhima and Bunty have grown up, work on a stud farm, and look after a pony, Sikander. Bunty is in love with Jenny and wants to marry her, but her dad, William, will only give his blessings after Bunty accumulates some wealth. In order to get wealthy quickly both Bhima and Bunty decide to rob Gomango - and set off a chain of events that will endanger and change their lives forever. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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17 May 1985 (India)  »

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The song "Aaja Re Mere Zamborin" was sampled and remixed for the song "Indian Beam" for the international album UFOs in Bollywood by Ratbath. See more »

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Hey, don't miss this movie
29 October 2005 | by See all my reviews

Rati looks great in this movie; her perfect figure attracted me the most, I fell in love with Rati once again !!. The movie is about two brothers who would go through hardship in early days. Rati is a cute darling of the younger brother (wish I should have been the lucky one !). It is a typical Hindi masala movie; but every shot where Rati is there it was amazing !! Rati must have been at the peak of career while she acted in this movie, she looked bubbly and was at ease. I saw this movie several times, Just for the sake of Rati. I need help in buying this movie. Can someone help me? I would be grateful for any guidelines. Amjad khan's acting is great as well.


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