A beautiful young woman lives with her father, who expresses the desire for her to marry his employer's naive son. Her dramatic refusal on the day of the engagement will set forth a complex sequence of events that will completely alter her life. What will the future hold in store for her?
Mamta lives a middle-class lifestyle in Bombay along with her father, Ratanmuni Gupta, a widower who works as a manager with Sharda Chemicals, while she studies in Lovedale College in Manori.
Her father wants her to marry Munna, the only son of widowed, Sharda, his employer. On the day of the engagement she humiliates her dad, Munna and Sharda and refuses to marry Munna.
Shortly thereafter a number of young children die after being injected with medication from Sharda Chemicals, the Police investigate, arrest Sharda, while Munna kills himself. Ratanmuni and his partners, D.S. Mittal, Mehra, Radhey and Shyam, take over Sharda Chemicals and re-name it Friend's Chemicals.
Sometime later when Mamta returns from Manori, her dad introduces her to wealthy Mrs. Modi, who wants her to wed her only son, Azad. Both Azad and Mamta approve of each other, meet with each other and get intimate.
On the day of their engagement, many surprises await Mamta as she finds out that the man she got intimate with is not the real Azad, while the real Azad and his mother will have nothing to do with a now characterless Mamta. What is the true identity of the man she fell in love with? What will the future hold in store for Mamta?
Jackie Shroff shaved off his mustache for his role in the film.
Jackie Shroff tried to woo Farah throughout the making of the film, but she was already engaged to director Rajesh Sethi.
There was a panic caused when Sarita Sethi left the film at the last minute. Tabu stepped in and got her mother Rezvanah (Rukhsana) Naaz to play the role. She played Jackie's mom.
07 Aug 1987 ● Hindi ● 2 hrs 21 mins
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