(Released: Jun 12, 1987)
The head of the family is Birju(Mithun Chakraborty), brought up by an old man when he was left alone an orphan as a child, he has a soft corner for anyone who is homeless and helpless. Into his life enters one small boy Bittu(Master Makarand) and a petite young girl Bobby(Baby Guddu), Bajrangi (The Monkey) and Bahadur(The Dog). The five together perform tamasha on the roads to earn their livelihood. Into his family, very soon one new member enters, Anita(Meenakshi Seshadri), the daughter of a rich industrialist. She is married to Avinash(Shakti Kapoor) but due to the fact that her father loses his wealth, and this news is disclosed to her husband on the wedding day. She is mistreated by her in-laws. Finally, the only course open to her is suicide. But she is saved by Bittu, Bahadur, Bobby, Bajrangi and brought home. The home that was lacking the warmth and touch of a woman's love, is now filled with the presence of Anita. But as fate would have it, Avinash soon release his folly in getting rid of his wife. His search for her leads him to the PARIVAR. But Birju proves to be a stumbling block in every attempt to kidnap Anita. In the series of one such endeavour Birju is seriously injured. He is fighting for his life in a city hospital. A large sum of money is required to perform a delicate operation. Anita who is an accomplished classical dancer decides to hold a dance performance to enable her to earn the required amount. In a poignant scene the dog, the monkey, Bobby, Bittu are seen roaming the streets of the city attempting to sell the tickets. But as luck would have it. The villians trace Anita and shoot her before the dance performance. Inspite of the deep wound on her leg Anita decides to go ahead with the dance performance. On one hand the head of the family Birju is fighting for his life in the hospital. To add to his Avinash and gang manage to rob the money and flee. Its upto the two young children, Bahadur and Bajrangi to get the money back and save their daddy.