|Produced by||V. D. Kalra|
|Music by||R. D. Burman|
Radha (Zarina Wahab) and Sunder (Asrani) and a child (Master Jeetu), are street singers, who earn their living singing and dancing on streets, especially in the posh area near the Taj Mahal Intercontinental Hotel opposite Gateway of India in Bombay, India. Radha is pretty much down to earth and is content with living this life, working hard. But Sunder has big dreams of becoming rich, wealthy, and famous - quickly. Sunder's dreams do come true, albeit temporarily, when he wins an all-paid week's stay at a five star hotel, and comes in contact with the rich, the wealthy, and the famous. Lyrics penned by Majrooh Sultanpuri. Two songs stand out even now "Hum Bhi Raahon Mein Khade Hai Yaar Idhar Dekh Lo"; and "Na Sharab Se Kabhi Vaasta, Na Hai Silsila Koi Jaam Se".
|"Jaanewale Sunta Ja"||Kishore Kumar|
|"Hum Bhi Raahon Mein Khade Hain Yaar, Idhar Dekh Lo"||Kishore Kumar, Lata Mangeshkar|
|"Na Sharab Se Kabhi Vaasta, Na Tha Silsila Koi Jaam Se"||Bhupinder Singh, Mohammed Rafi|
|"Tera Kaha Maine Kiya"||Asha Bhosle|
|"Tum Bhi Meri Jaan"||Asha Bhosle|
Controversy and Delayed releaseEdit
Three months before the releasing of the film in 1978, an author filed a case in Bombay Session Court against the producer of the film, Mr. V.D. Kalra, for copying his story in his film. The case took 6 months to complete and was ruled in favour of the producers, the film released then in 1979 in Bombay and in a few other Mass circuits; the film was a houseful in places like Gujarat and Uttar Pradesh. Still, after such response, the film failed to pick up in Bihar and also got a limited release in other parts of India. On this note, the film performed below average. Also, this was the last film by the banner Roshan Films Pvt. Ltd. and Producer V.D. Kalra.