Inderjit Bansal comes from a wealthy family. His father and mother, Chandrika, would like him to get married and settle down. But Inderjit wants to continue post-graduation studies and become an MBA. His parents permit him to and he gets admitted in college. There he meets with an attractive young student named Pallavi Sinh and falls head over heels in love with her. He confides about this matter with friends and together they assist him to woo her further. This leads to chaos and confrontation with Pallavi's brother, Inspector Prithvi, who arrests them, holds them in a lock-up, and beats them; then her second brother, Vikram, a tough hockey player, who also roughs them up; and when they go to get their wounds treated they meet Pallavi's third brother, Dr. Suraj, who surgically injures them even more. They plan to avenge this humiliation, and do succeed, but Pallavi asks them to stop. The Sinh's are horrified to learn that Pallavi actually loves the ruffian Inderjit and forbid her to ...
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Salilda is supposed to have composed a song in the movie Maya inspired by the song 'Too much tequila. Which song is it? Too much tequila also shows up a bit in A R Rahman's Doli sajake rakhna number 'tara rum pum' in the second paras! Also, the latest Bharat Bhagya Vidata number 'nigahon mein ho tum' sounds a bit like it too. See more
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