Ram and Balram are 2 young boys who live with their loving parents. Their scheming uncle, Jagatpal, however kills the boy's father and mother. Jagatpal lies to the boys that their parents have been killed in an accident and promises to raise them himself. He enrolls the younger brother Balram, in school and eventually sends him off to join the police force. The older becomes a mechanic. Jagatpal has a tight hold on the boys, even when Ram is an adult, he still gives all his wages to his uncle and is only allowed to keep a few rupees for pocket money. When Balram returns as a fully fledged police officer, Jagatpal finally reveals his plan. He is going to use Ram to target the biggest smugglers in India. Now that Balram is a police officer, he will protect his brother from getting arrested. Balram has reservations, but Jagatpal threatens to beat him just as he did when he was a boy. Balram is still unhappy with Jagatpal's plan so tells his superiors in the police force that his brother ...
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The movie had very good and tight screenplay by Vijay Anand (who also did the slick editing of the movie) and Kamleshwar, who had also written dramatic dialogues. See more
The crime on which my name will be written, your name will be written on it before mine. And the lane in which I'll die a dog's death, in that same lane a big dog will be lying dead before me.
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Achcha kaho chaahe bura kaho
Sung by Asha Bhosle
and Kishore Kumar See more