(Released: Aug 5, 1994)
The Saxena family consists of Judge Saxena (Vikas Anand), his wife (Reema Lagoo), and their school-going son, Babloo, their chauffeur, Shankar, and his son, Karan, as well the Judge's Police Inspector brother, Rajesh (Suresh Oberoi). The region is being terrorized by a local goon by the name of Bhavani Singh, Rajesh tracks him down, arrests him, and in the process becomes crippled. Bhavani is tried in Saxena's Court, is found guilty, sentenced to be hanged, and the sentence is carried out. Bhavani's brother, Dilawar (Danny Denzongpa), swears to look after his son, Shakti (Gulshan Grover), as well as avenge his death. He sets upon this task almost immediately, killing Judge Saxena, then Shankar, Karan gets injured and loses his vision. The rest of the Saxena family flee by train, but Dilawar catches up, kills Mrs. Saxena, and critically injures Babloo. Babloo passes away and his eyes are used to restore Karan's vision. The two re-locate to try and re-build their lives, Rajesh is no longer with the Police, and Karan (Ajay Devgan) swears to wear dark glasses even at night until he finally kills Dilawar. Years later Karan has grown up, is in love with Mohini (Tabu), still wears dark glasses, and is on the lookout for Dilawar. In the meantime, Dilawar, now an established and influential citizen-cum-gangster and his nephew, Shakti, are also on the active lookout for Rajesh and Karan - and this time they will ensure the end of the last of the Saxenas as well as Karan.