Hum Se Badkar Kaun (1981)
(Released: Jul 3, 1981)
Radha lives a poor lifestyle with her husband, Mohan, and four sons, Chandan, Raju, Bablu, and Pappu. Although Mohan comes from a rich family, his dad had disapproved of his marriage, and since that day he has not met with him. Now his dad is very ill and the entire family go to visit him, and are welcomed with open arms. Before he passes away, he shows Mohan the family's treasure, which consists of gold and jewelery, hidden under a temple, which can only be opened by four different keys. Mohan asks his children to keep one key each. Then his dad passes away, and Lalchand (Ranjeet), an employee, who has overheard the conversation between father and son decides to keep the treasure to himself. He ends up killing Mohan, getting arrested and sentenced to a long prison term. Alone and widowed, Radha, gets separated from her sons and loses her mind. Years later the sons have grown up. Chandan calls himself Bholaram (Amjad Khan) and runs a milk dairy farm; Raju is a career thief and burglar and goes by the name of Johny (Danny Denzongpa); Bablu is the DSP of Police, Vijay (Vijayendra); while the youngest, Pappu, also has taken to a life of crime and calls himself Tony (Mithun Chakravarty). The lives of these four young men are all set to collide with each other with Bholaram and Vijay on the side of the law, and Johny and Tony on the run from them. The question that comes to mind is will the four brothers ever get to meet their mom in this lifetime, and what of the treasure that is still buried beneath the temple?