Shankar (Dharmendra), Vijay (Vijay Arora), and Ratan (Tariq) are three brothers. On their father's birthday, their mother taught them a song titled "Yaadon Ki Baaraat" which they held dearly to their hearts. As fate may have it, one day, the boys' father witnessed a robbery by Shakaal (Ajit), and his henchmen. To protect their identity, Shakal decided to kill the boys' father before he could go to the police. So one night, Shakaal and his men storm into the boys' father's room and kill both their mother and father. Shankar and Vijay witness the act and flee. They make their way to a passing train, where Shankar is separated from Vijay. Several years pass by and the boys have grown up. Shankar is haunted by the memory of his parent's murder and is now joined by his friend Usman on a crime spree around the city. Vijay was adopted by a fairly wealthy man who is the grounds keeper to the love of his life, Sonita (Zeenat Aman) And Ratan, was raised by the boys' maid, and changed his name ...
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Sutrasonic song "Sutra's B-Boy Experiment (Original Mix)" sampled the song " Aap Ke Kamre Mein Koi". The song was included the International dance album Sutra's B-Boy Experiment. See more
In one of the scenes prior to the song "Chura liya hai tumne", when Sunita (Zeenat Aman) describes about Vijay's (Vijay Arora) personality, she misspells the word "lamba" as "laamba". See more
Referenced in Dil Vil Pyar Vyar
meri soni meri tamanna jhooth nahin hai mera pyaar
Sung by Asha Bhosle
and Kishore Kumar
Music by Rahul Dev Burman
Lyrics by Majrooh Sultanpuri See more