Yaar Mera (1972)
(Certified: Jan 11, 1971)
Shyam called him "Yaar Mera" his greatest friend. Shyam had implicit faith in Him. Call of the city beckoned him. Leaving behind his poor mother and younger sister in the village, Shaym had virtually descended on the big city in search of an honest job but having failed to procure one he adopted a most devil-may-care attitude. he could not be careless about the clutches of the law. He broke the law, grabbed, robbed and plundered with impunity, because he was so sure his Supreme Frined was always there to save him from any calamity. And Shaym did get away with all his escapades. Swiftly he rose from rags to riches and on his way managed to get a very pretty girl also. The girl, Sarla, knew Shyam as Kishan. After all, one has to have aliases when on is playing with the law. So, in the city, Shaym had turned Kishan. Of course, Sarla knew nothing about his turn-coat ways. She genuinely believed that her Kishan was a perfect gentleman. And Shaym remained confident that she would never be able to learn the truth about him. That Supreme Friend also enjoyed total devotion from Shyam's near and dear ones but with a difference. For instance, Shyam's mother and Sarla, both believed that the Supreme Frineds powers were unquestionable, but they also thought that he could never countenance anything evil. Shaym had different ideas. His many hair breadth escapes after doing evil had convinced him that his `Yaar would countenance anything which he did.