Synopsis: A poor but ambitious young man Ajay Sharma is a devoted son to his widowed, traumatized, amnesiac mother. He leaves home for Bombay to fulfill the mysterious promise he made to himself and his mother. On the way he gets a lift from his childhood friend Vicky Malhotra. Ajay has secretly seduced Seema, the elder daughter of business tycoon Madan Chopra and on the side, he also makes acquaintance of Chopra and his younger daughter Priya at a car race in Madras. Ajay promises to marry Seema but betrays and murders her by throwing her off the roof of a building, making it look like a suicide with the help of a faked suicide note which he obtained from Seema under false pretext. He then adopts the identity of Vicky Malhotra, makes the vulnerable Priya fall in love with him and also wins Chopra's trust. However, Priya refuses to believe that her sister committed suicide and keeps investigating, which forces Ajay/Vicky to murder anyone who could possibly help her discover the truth.
Genre: Crime, Drama, Musical
Production: United Seven Creations
  4 wins & 6 nominations.
175 min

Just a minute.

Fatso, who's Mr. Chopra here?

Mr. Chopra is our employer.

Just hold on. I will

go and find him.

If daddy telephones,

tell him that...

...I will go straight to the

health club from the college.

All right?


There's nobody around, and the phone

has been kept off the instrument.

If I am not around for a day,

what would happen of this house?

How are you, Sir?

I am fine.

I telephoned to ask you when I should

come to see the girl.

You may come whenever you like.

Tell me, how's your business doing?

Potatoes and onions have

become just too expensive.

Even the tomatoes, chillies

and ginger too!

Who's this speaking?

I am Babulal, the headservant.

What's wrong with you?

You should've told me so.

You're giving me a hard time.

I want to speak to Mr. Chopra.

Give me the telephone.

Mr. Chopra has left

for the college.

Mr. Chopra still studies

in the college?

She's arrived! Here I go.

O Lord Hanuman! If she looks in

my direction lovingly...

...I would make an offering of half

a coconut at your temple.

Move away.

Have you brought my history notes?


And I have brought your love story

which was kept inside it.

Love story?

Come over here.

What's going on?

I don't understand.

I'll show you. Look!

I can understand that it's your heart

that has been targetted.

But whose arrow is it which

has wounded your heart?

Not now. I will tell

you at the right time.

All right.

Let's go to the canteen.

You'll miss the pyscho lectures?

I won't attend any class today.

I will tell Ravi when he comes.

He will take down the notes.

Did you see? You remembered him

and he came over to you.

Is that all? I will copy

all the notes of psychology...

...and hand it over to you.

You need not attend the lecture.

I knew that you are the only one in

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Robin Bhatt

Robin Bhatt (Hindi: रोबिन भट्ट) is known as one of the most successful writers in Bollywood. He is well known for his skills in penning screenplay. He is a half-brother of Mahesh Bhatt. He has written many films and was nominated thrice and won an award for Baazigar. His debut film as writer was Aashiqui, which proved to be a hit film. He has written many films for Bhatt Productions.Besides writing, he has also worked as an actor and an assistant. In his 20-year-long career he has written about 66 films and also acted in more than 10 Hindi Films such as Chalte Chalte, Golmaal Returns, U Me Aur Hum etc. He has worked with some of the greatest filmmakers in his career. Many of his films have gone on to become high grossers at the box office, such as Aatish, Sadak, Aashiqui and many more. He was nominated for Omkara, Koi Mil Gaya and Krrish and won an award for Baazigar for best screenplay. more…

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