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|Produced by||Mohan Kumar|
|28 April 1995|
It is Rohit Kumar's first film, who plays the role of Dharmendra's son. Anjali Jathar belongs to a rich family and Prem Chopra plays the role of her father.
Prem Chopra, in a negative role, has his own construction company. Dharmendra is a worker in Prem Chopra's company. Dharmendra and all the laborers working with the company stay in slums. Prem Chopra's father had promised to build cement houses for all the workers, but his life ended before he could fulfill his promise. When Prem Chopra takes over the control of the company after his father, Dharmendra advocates the demand to get cement houses for all the workers on behalf of the entire labor community. Prem Chopra, a very business-minded person and Dharmendra's demanding nature create an enmity between Dharmendra and Prem Chopra. The story takes a twist when Rohit Kumar and Anjali Jathar fall in love and their relationship is opposed by Prem Chopra, while it is supported by Dharmendra.
Mohan Kumar opted for Anand-Milind over regulars Laxmikant-Pyarelal to compose the music of the film. He, however, retained lyricist Anand Bakshi. Although the film failed at the box office, one song "Choodiyaan Banti Hain", rendered by the then-struggling singer Sonu Nigam and Bela Sulakhe, was popular. Sonu Nigam sang all but one song in this film, his first major break. Director Sachin is said to have recommended Sonu Nigam to Anand-Milind.
|1||"O My Daddy"||Kumar Sanu, Sonu Nigam|
|2||"Choodiyaan Banti Hain"||Sonu Nigam, Bela Sulakhe|
|3||"Mera Dil Kho Gaya"||Sonu Nigam, Alka Yagnik|
|4||"Yaar Mat Ja"||Sonu Nigam, Alka Yagnik|
|5||"Dhoond Rahe Hai Mere"||Alka Yagnik|
|6||"Yeh Roti Yeh Dal"||Abhijeet|