Captain Vijay Pal Singh is branded a coward, disgraced, humiliated by society and disowned by his parents for abandoning his ship risking the lives of over 300 passengers. With guilt on his mind and low self-esteem Vijay takes up work as a miner in a coal mine owned by Dhanraj Puri. Puri is a self-senile man who thinks about himself, by endangering the lives of his workers to profit himself and with no benefits or medical facilities for them. Vijay attempts to get rid of his cowardice by saving the lives of his co-workers by the contended wrath of Puri. The same happens when water forces its way into one of the mining tunnel endangering the lives of hundreds of workers; this time Vijay hopes to make it big so that he can be able to put together his life again.
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A very good mohd rafi and usha mangeshkar song, mujhe pyar ka tofa dekar, was missing in the film. This was the last film poet sahir ludhianvi wrote songs for yash chopra film. See more
Ravi Malhotra, Engineer
All right. I' ll answer your questions, one at a time. Coal is mostly used in ovens. There are two types of coal. The first is black in color and the other is black, too. So they' re both alike. As for how it is made, you must have heard the saying, "Wood burns to coal; and coal to ashes...". Old people use it as a tooth-powder while teenagers write interesting graffiti on the walls and children use it to draw whiskers.
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