Taqdeer Ka Badshah (1982)
(Released: Dec 3, 1982)
One day a simple taxi driver named Bhola helps Shankar out of a tight spot from his enemies but himself falls into trouble as the rivals of Shankar want to know Shankars whereabouts. Bhola is reluctant to reveal. In the fight that ensures, Bhola's son is killed. Bhola rushes to take revenge from Williams brother Rocky but Shankar has already avenged the death of Bhola's son by killing Rocky. They both be come thick friends. Those who lead a life of crime always sitting on a heap of dynamite. For Shankar the dynamite explodes and he is sentenced to a long term in jail while Bhola secretly takes upon himself the burden of bringing up Shankar's son Ratan according to the ambition of Shankar, whose desire was to make Ratan the king of the underworld. Shankar's wife Shanti leaves all the property left by her husband and takes up a servants job in the same jailors house where her husband is imprisoned so that she could be close to her husband. This sacrifice on the part of his wife, radically alters the views of Shankar, and he accepts his fate to be the ultimate master. Bhola, in order to fulfill his promise given to his friend Shankar, becomes Mr. Nath. Ratan under the guidence of his Godfather, Nath becomes the king of the underworld. Comes a crucial point in the working of destiny when all the improtant characters find themselves face to face. William, who has waited for 20 long years to take the revenge on Shankar, his brothers killer; Bhola in 20 years has become Mr. Nath to train up his friend Shankars son Ratan to make him the king of the underworld; Shanti has patiently awaited 20 long years for the reunion with her husband Shankar, who has come out of the prison after 20 year as a pious man. And then begins the most fantastic nerve-shattering drama in which emotions and actions are equally blended with conflict of principles moral values on a scale rarely witnessed on the screen. .