(Certified: Dec 31, 1985)
Ravi (Nana Patekar) and three of his buddies are unemployed slackers who live in a slum in Bombay. They like to hang around an abandoned house, and get into fights with rival gang and gangsters. Then one day an elderly woman (Ashalata) and her daughter, Anita (Nisha Palsikar), move into the empty house, and ask them to leave. When they refuse to leave, Anita calls the police, and has them spoken to. She does not press charges, but instead motivates them to do some work, assists them in opening a printing press, and ensuring that they get enough work to keep them out of trouble. But Anita has her very own troubles, she is abused at work by her boss, Saxena (Raja Bundela), and when she tries to do something about it she gets fired on frivolous and false charges. When she goes to confront Saxena about these, she is gang-raped, and beaten by Saxena, Gupta (Mahavir Shah), and two others. She arrives in a disheveled state, prompting Ravi and his friends to seek vengeance. But she prefers to go through the law, makes a police complaint, and gets the foursome arrested and tried in Court. Unfortunately, the prosecution is unable to prove their guilt and they are set free. Watch what Anita on one hand, and Ravi and his friends, on the other, do after the Court hands it's verdict.