After the death of their parents; Ravi Anand the eldest of seven brothers becomes the guardian to his other six siblings. His dictatorship and measures to get things done are frustrated by his brothers and thus they grow up like animals and this becomes their life-style. Ravi meets with a nurse, Indu and both fall in love and get marry. After marriage Indu moves in with the Anands and disapprove of their living and to their shock attempt to change this albeit with considerable results. The six brothers meet their life-partners and bring them to live at their home. Unfortunately one of the girls, Seema Singh who happens to be wealthy invites the wrath of her paternal uncle, Ranjit Singh who abducts Ravi and keep him as hostage on an isolated island while at the same time send his look-alike the notorious Babu to take his place so that he can kill Seema in order for Ranjit to be the sole beneficiary of her inheritance; killing anyone who dears to stand in his way.
Did You Know?
The Bungalow used in the film Chupke Chupke ( 1975) belonged to the Producer NC Sippy . He sold the bunglow after the release of his film Inkaar ( 1977) which dealt with kidnapping of a child. The reason was that there was an attempted kidnapping on his son Romu Sippy ! The place where his bunglow existed is a popular landmark in Mumbai today ( Amitabh's bunglow Jalsa) A cult comic scene from a popular movie was shot here too . It was the scene where a drunk Amitabh told Amjad "Daru peene se liver kharab hota hain" in Satte Pe Satta. See more
Chain khuli ki main khuli ki chain...
[Used throughout the movie to gear up before undertaking a fight
Version of Ikke Pe Ikka
Music by Rahul Dev Burman
Lyrics by Gulshan Bawra
Performed by Asha Bhosle
, Dilraj Kaur
, Annette Pinto
and Chorus See more