Rana Vikram Singh lives in a spacious farmhouse with his wife, Laxmi, and two sons. His elder son, Rajesh, is a dedicated police inspector; and his second son, Amar, is a slacker, womanizer, and alcoholic. When an orphaned young woman, Reshma, comes to live with them, Amar gets intimate with her. When Rana comes to know of Amar's interest in Reshma, he warns him that Reshma is not suitable for their family. But Amar maintains an interest and is jealous to see Reshma in the company of Vikas, an employee at the farmhouse. A fight ensues between Vikas and Amar, and Vikas is killed. Amar is now on the run, and Inspector Rajesh has been assigned the task of apprehending him. Only the future will tell if Rajesh will actually apprehend his younger brother, or will he be asked to do otherwise by his parents?
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Janbaaz was a title Feroz Khan got from Salim Khan. When the Salim-Javed team broke up, it was Feroz Khan who contacted Salim, took him for a month to London and then to his farm in Bangalore. Salim wrote a script titled Janbaaz for FK which was to be made in English and Hindi. After starting it, Feroz put it on the back burner and made the Anil Kapoor-Dimple starrer Janbaaz instead. The script was different but he retained the title. Salim Khan was uncomfortable with the sexual and bold content of the original script. Both parted ways after several months. Read More