Two unemployed slackers, Bhola and Ajay come across a newspaper advertisement about a missing elderly gentleman, whose estate is worth millions. They come across this male in the Hanging Garden Park in Bombay, and decide to make him their paternal uncle and take him to live with them in a rented apartment, which they cannot afford. This elderly man, Girdharilal takes an unusual interest in Ajay's girlfriend, Deepa. While Bhola and Ajay try to find ways and means of getting rich by turning Girdharilal in, a number of horrific homicides are committed, all against former business associates of Girdharilal, and the clues all point toward the hapless duo.
Did You Know?
In Guddi (1971), the title character played by Jaya Bhaduri is shown with the Song booklet/film booklet of the film "Anupama". On the rear cover of the booklet (visible to the audience briefly) one can see the advertisement for Buddha Mail Gaya as "N.C.Sippy's Next Buddha Mail Gaya". Interestingly the advertisement reads "Starring: Dharmendra". It is not clear if it was intentional (as Dharmendra appears as Dharmendra in Guddi) or if the film was intended to be made with Dharmendra in the lead role See more
Referenced in The Vault of Horror
Raat Kali Ek Khwab Mein Aayee
Sung by Kishore Kumar
Music composed by Rahul Dev Burman
Lyrics by Majrooh Sultanpuri See more