Jai (Amitabh Bachchan) is an expert gambler, and has been so as long as he can remember, and has never lost a game. These skills bring him to the attention of the underworld don Saxena (Utpal Dutt), who is interested in hiring him for winning large amounts of money from rich people and then influencing them into doing whatever he wants. Jai agrees to do so, and plays successfully, though unknowingly to entrap a patriotic Indian named Nath (Jagdish Raj) who works for the government. After losing large amounts of money, he is blackmailed into revealing the blueprints of a top-secret military laser weapon that hit any target within 50 miles. When the Indian police come to know of this, they assign the case to Inspector Vijay, who is asked to apprehend Jai at any cost. The only problem is that Inspector Vijay is Jai's look-alike, and is not at all a good gambler. After this Jai and Vijay's professional and personal lives get confusingly mixed up as Jai and Vijay both coincidentally are ...
Did You Know?
Taz of Stereo Nation did a cover version of Do Lafzon Ki with his song "Dil Ki Kahani" in the album Come Be My Lover in 1996. See more
The car that Jai and Mala use has a registration based in the Netherlands (with the short-hand NL) although they are based in Venice/Italy. Although cars can be imported from other countries, the primary country of car registration should be Italy. See more
In order to make someone your own, you don't need time.
Referenced in Chashme Baddoor
do lafzon ki hai dil ki kahaani
Sung by Asha Bhosle
, Amitabh Bachchan
, Sharad Kumar See more