Dreaded bandit Mangal Singh is apprehended by Deputy Superintendent of Police, Shamsher Singh, leaving behind a pregnant wife, who gives birth to a son, and passes away. Shamsher and his wife adopt the child, name him Amit, and treat him the same their own son, Kishan. Years later, Mangal is discharged from prison, joins together with his bandit brother, Dilip, and approaches Shamsher to get his son back, but Shamsher refuses. Kishan thinks that he is Mangal's son and starts helping him incognito. Years later both Kishan and Amit have grown up, while Amit is a Police Inspector, Kishan is a teacher in a school for blind children, and Shamsher is now the Police Commissioner. Kishan secretly helps his dad and uncle without anyone's knowledge. Then one day, Amit finds out about Kishan criminal activity, and tells his father about it, but both are unable to prove anything. Then their lives are turned upside down when Amit loses his vision saving Kishan from a time-bomb. Watch what happens ...
Did You Know?
Manmohan Desai stated the under water climax scene was hurried and lacked the punch. He wanted to shoot the scene abroad but India's Emergency prevented him to do so. In India he could not do a good job. The submarine built looked okay from inside, but outside looked like crap. He compromised and went ahead with the scene. See more
When Amitabh is chasing Vinod Khanna early in the movie, the rear wheel of his police jeep gets stuck in the sand. This is not possible since the jeep is a Four-Wheel Drive vehicle (4WD). See more
You know that I am spending my Iife in the service of bIind peopIe. I teach them during the week, and take them sight-seeing during the weekend.
Referenced in Satyam Shivam