The movie starts with a Thakur being warned by his assistant that he’s about to be murdered, the Thakur on his bid to save his life, escapes with his son, leaving his heavily pregnant wife behind.On his journey the Thakur is killed and his son is thrown out of the train. Luckily a passerby sees the boy and takes him home.After a short while the boy starts getting mistreated and is sent out of the house, incidentally an orphaned boy next door gets thrown out as well. The two boys meet and strike a friendship.
Cast: Dharmendra, Jeetendra, Parveen Babi, Sridevi
Due to lack of money, the boys decide one of them would go to school while the other will work.The two boys grow up, and one of them (the uneducated friend) grows up to be Dharmendra, who dries a truck called Sholay (the movie made lots of references to movies and popular actors at the time, some of which were funny and others were dry).The other brother Jeetendra is introduced as a shady Character working for the villains, to conceal his identity to his illiterate friend (Dharmendra) he tells him he is an Inspector and his post is an ABCD (I lie not, such was the ridiculousness of this movie).
As the movie goes on, Jeetendra is revealed as a real cop who had joined the villains with the intention of exposing them. And i shall stop writing about this crazy movie right now, the rest of the movie is taken over by monkey’s kissing, a kung fu fighting Sridevi and bad costumes.
The music of the movie was average and i am going to refer to the music as ‘bubblegum filmi’ music (silly catchy songs), one includes a Japanese/Chinese sounding pop music with Dhamendra hollering beauty queen at Parveen Babi , another one features a drunk Sridevi & Jeetendra referencing popular movie stars of the time and a catchy disco number by Asha Bhosle & Kishore Kumar . Overall this movie is on the bland, annoying side which should be avoided, unless and i repeat UNLESS you are a die hard fan of any of the actors.
Video Source: DVD