After learning a few magical tricks from his fellow inmate former businessman and ex-jail convict assume the identity of an ascetic named Mahaprabhu Jagatsagar Chintamani so that he can easily use these tricks to con the villagers of Dharampur with a motive of acquiring their wealth for himself. His U.S. returned son, Shankar Narayan refuses to accept this way of living only to consult an expert magician named Goga to put an end to his father's misdeeds. Goga who later changes his name to Gogeshwar manages to outwit Mahaprabhu and take control of his ashram. Feeling satisfy after his deeds has been reached; Shankar then asks Goga to leave but a stubborn will-power Goga refuses to do so as he plans to explain his stubbornness to Shankar at a later date.
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Raj Babbar wanted to do the second role very badly. He told Prakash he would be willing to step into the role if Vinod Khanna were to decline the film.Raj Babbar loved the sacrifcing character and thought the film could change his career for the better. Vinod Khanna did eventually leave the film but Prakash Mehra went directly to Mithun Chakraborthy. Prakash Mehra was hesitant to cast Raj Babbar for a few reasons. The first was Bachchan and Babbar's on going feud/rivalry over Rekha . Plus Babbar's comments over the Namak Halaal episode. Then Ran Babbar's declining star power at the box office. Raj Babbar was no longer the hot selling star he was after Insaaf Ka Tarazu. See more