Hari R. Srivastav lives a middle-class life in rural India with two step-brothers, Govind and Rajesh. Circumstances compel him to get married to Seema, who dislikes Govind and Rajesh. When Hari goes to Bombay to study law to become a lawyer, she manages to get rid of the two children, who find their way to Bombay, become beggars, then are rescued by a devout Muslim, Rahim, who looks after them like his own children, Farida and Anwar. 20 years later, Hari, Govind and Rajesh are re-united in a Courtroom - where Hari is the Judge; Rajesh is accused of embezzling money from his father-in-law, Verma, and of drug-dealing and smuggling; while Govind, a taxi-driver, prone to physical violence - is accused of killing Verma!!!
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Producer, actor Anwar Ali had married a Japanese lady named Esko. She was to come to India permanently.Anwar asked her to bring a imported car with her.The difficulty was , Anwar was to pay the customs's duty of Rs 40,000 before it could be released from the airport.Getting the money was difficult because Mehmood had just thrown out Anwar Ali from the house.Anwar went to brother Usman Ali to complain about Mehmood.At the same time, Usman's friend Kuldeep was sitting with him and offered help.but Kuldeep had a condition. Kuldeep wanted Anwar to get a confirmation letter from Amitabh Bachchan for a film, and in return he would give Anwar the money needed.Amitabh felt sorry for Anwar Ali and agreed and did not take a signing amount. but the only condition he had was that a scriptwriter of his choice be used. salim Javed were approached but they quoted a high price. That is when Kader Khan was brought in. Amitabh Bachchan, charged way less his market price. See more
Referenced in Jambo Cinema