After almost a gap of five years, the Big B is here again to entertain his fans. This movie is Amitabh's come back vehicle. There are some of his die-hard fans who would definitely watch this movie and there are those who believe that he owes it to them to revive that old magic. Perhaps, someone else could create the magic - Karishma Kapoor, the reigning queen of Bollywood or the ageing yet gorgeous Dimple Kapadia. It is not too good a film. Again he is going back to the Dewaar days.
Dr Ram Prasad Ghayal (Amitabh) is a surgeon whose scalpel proves to be a magic wand. He has a wife called Janaki (Dimple) and a brother called Bharat. Bharat is in love with a dancing doll Renu (Karishma) whom the baddie's brother (Deepak Tijouri) also loves. Bharat, an architect refuses to sign a power project involving heavy kickbacks and heavier displacement (with so many scams in the air, what can one expect the plot to be). He is implicated in a plot and sent to jail. Unable to bear this humiliation, he commits suicide and Renu marries Deepak instead of repenting her beloved's loss. Now is the time for our `Mrityudaata' to avenge the loss of his wife and his brother. He trades his scalpel for a machine gun and apron for a commando coat and cap.
The songs are not all that inspiring except for `Na na na na naare...' which is picturised on Amitabh and the desi pop star Daler Mehndi.