(Certified: Oct 9, 1990)
Navbharat, the tallest and the most beautiful building in the country is being built in Bombay. The successful completion of this skyscaper will be the ultimate personal fulfilment for its builder Ram (Jairaj). However, there is dirty work at the crossroads in the form of Dinanath (Amrish Puri) and his associates for whom the very idea of Rams prospective triumph is an impossible bitter pill. . Into this scenario enters Ashok (Shatrughan Sinha) who, as Chief Engineer is energitacally working to translate Rams dream into reality. Naths villanios plots are aided and abetted by Tako (Ranjit) a labour supervisor on the site. Tako attempts at minor sabotage of the project meet with initial success when he engineers the murders of some key personnel at the site. While Nath skillfully manipulates the police and the press and plays on the fears of people working in Navbharat. . Geeta (Moon Moon Sen) is an investigative press reporter who intially plays into the hands of her editor who, in turn, is a puppet of Nath. But Navbharat continues to grow brick by every determined brick amid these crises with the able support of Labour leader Shankers (Om Puri workers. . At this crucial turn, Vinod (Suresh Oberoi) joins hands his with his old friend Ashok to heop him complete the project in time. Nath, having exhausted his armoury of dirty tricks suddenly has a change of heart and changes sides wich makes Tako very very angry. He swears of vengeance on the rest, particularly Nath. Tako conspires to have Ashok arrested for a crime he did not commit. On the eve of its inaguration Navbharat faces the real danger of destruction. A finaly fiery confrontation ensues in the basement of the building.