A serious accident took place in Bombay, India, which involves Abbas Khan parents, as a result of which they passed away, leaving all the properties and estate for Abbas Khan to inherit. The police feel that his situation is vulnerable, as they suspect his parents' death was not accidental. They however, arrange for a full-time personal bodyguard in the shape and form of Inspector Rajveer Singh. And Inspector Rajveer agrees to do so. After a series of misadventures, the child takes a liking to Rajveer, and so does the childs' parents secretary, Sapna Khanna. Rajveer comes to know that the assailant behind the killings of Abbas's parents is one Muslim man named Naseer Ahmed, and traces him to a mental hospital where he is an inmate. Naseer has sworn to avenge the humiliation and death of his father and family, at the hands of Abbas's father, by killing each and everyone in the family. Rajveer's brutal efforts to seek information from Naseer gets him behind bars, as the police refuse to...
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The film was launched in 1987 with Sunny Deol and Tabu. This was to be Tabu's first film as a heroine before Prem. Shekhar Kapur was signed as the director. The film's story line was based on a champion track and field runner. Shekhar decided to use the script for Bobby Deol's debut film Badal. Later, Shekhar Kapur decided he did not want to direct the film and left the project. In those days Anil Kapoor kept asking Shekhar why he did not sign him for the film. But Shekhar told Anil he did not suit the role of a track and feild runner. Sunny Deol was the better choice. The film was restarted with a new subject with Raveena Tandon as the heroine in 1999. Raveena eventually left the film due to problems and Manisha Koirala replaced her. Incidently Shekhar Kapur wanted Manisha Koirala for the film back in 1989. But Manisha refused to pose in a bikini for a photo shoot and lost the film. See more