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|Produced by||Ravindra Dhanoa, Bhargav Bhatt|
|Music by||Anu Malik|
|13 March 1987|
Elder brother Dharam and younger brother Govinda are living happily in a village. Dharam marries Pavitra and Govinda falls in love with Gita. Soon after marriage, due to evil thoughts and tactics, the two brothers are separated. Dharam's mind has been poisoned by Dhaneshwar, and he alleged Govinda as having had physical relations with his Bhabhi Pavita, and therefore Govinda leaves the house. In the absence of Govinda, Dharam has been murdered and Bhabhi Pavitra becomes the victim of Dhaneshwar's lust for sex. Govinda returns to avenge his brother's death and Bhabi's rape. How and where Govinda avenges form the climax.
- Govinda - Govinda Singh
- Kimi Katkar - Pavitra D. Singh / Geeta
- Gulshan Grover - Dhaneshwar "Dhanu"
- Utpal Dutt - Pratap Singh
- Raj Kiran - Dharam Singh
- Birbal - Raunaki
- Kirti Kumar - Rahim
- Sunil Dhawan - Senior Police Inspector
|Film score by Anu Malik|
|Genre||Feature film soundtrack|
The music composed by Anu Malik.
|1||"O Janeman"||Shailender Singh|
|2||"Main Hoon Ek Bansuri"||Alka Yagnik|
|3||"Govinda Tere Krishan Kanhaiya"||Mohammed Aziz|
|4||"Ye Lo Kagaz Ye Lo Kalam"||Shabbir Kumar|
|5||"Lahoo Ka Rang Ek Hai"||Shabbir Kumar|
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