|Directed by||J. P. Dutta|
|Produced by||Bikram Singh Dahal|
|Screenplay by||J.P. Dutta|
|Story by||J.P. Dutta|
|Cinematography||Ishwar R. Bidri|
|December 2, 1988|
The story revolves around an orphan boy whose bandit father was killed a police officer; the same police officer adopts the orphan boy. The boy becomes a police officer and falls in love with the man's daughter, Gauri played by Farha. The step-mother who is the police officer's wife falls for krishna (Sunny). Meanwhile, she is also having an affair with Girivar (Danny). Krishna rejects the step mother. In anger she tells her husband that Krishna raped her. Shiv Kumar (Inspector) has Krishna thrown into jail. The step mother now arranges for Gauri, who is in love with Krishna to marry Girivar. Krishna breaks out from jail to prevent this. He crashes the wedding and runs off with Gauri, hoping to prove his innocence.
- Sunny Deol as Inspector Krishna Kumar Yadav
- Farha Naaz as Gauri S. Yadav
- Kulbhushan Kharbanda as Inspector Shiv Kumar Yadav
- Danny Denzongpa as Girivar Prasad Mathur
- Sujata Mehta as Chanchal S. Yadav
- Dalip Tahil as Ujagar Singh
- Amrish Puri as Daku Purkhiya
- Beena Banerjee as Ujagar Singh's Wife
- Ram Mohan as Ramchander
- Asha Sharma as Parvati
- Vijayendra Ghatge as Senior Police Officer
- Dina Pathak as Shiv Kumar Yadav's Mother
|1||"Teri Nigah Pe Sab Kuch"||Mohammad Aziz, Sukhwinder Singh|
|2||"Dil Ne Chaha Hai Kya"||Kavita Krishnamurthy|
|3||"Rut Piya Milan Ki"||Sukhwinder Singh, Kavita Krishnamurthy|
|4||"Aake Tujh Par"||Shabbir Kumar, Kavita Krishnamurthy|
|5||"Teri Nigah Pe Sab Kuch Lutane Aaye Hai" (duet)||Mohammed Aziz, Sukhwinder Singh|
|6||"Itna Aasan Nahi"||Kavita Krishnamurthy|
- Chintamani, Gautam (24 October 2017). "Why JP Dutta's Yateem (1989) comes closest to a classic Western in the context of popular cinema". Firstpost. Retrieved 10 November 2018.
- The Illustrated Weekly of India. 106. Bennett, Coleman & Company. 1985. p. 63.
- Bombay: The City Magazine. 10. Living Media India. 1989. p. 72.