Rishta To Ho Aisa
Rajesh (Jeetendra) is a well-respected person in a village, who has a happy family his wife Sharda (Sujata Mehta) and lovely daughter Pinky. He used to have a younger brother Vijay (Rishi Kapoor) who has left the house in very young age due to the thrashing from his father and becomes a pick-pocketer. Rajesh also comes to Bombay on some work and meets with an accident which was pre-arranged by his business rival Kalicharan (Paresh Rawal). Rajesh loses his memory, and his Manager Giridhari Lal (Kader Khan) takes advantage of the situation and plants a beautiful girl Man Mohini (Swapna) in his house and Rajesh starts loving her. Meanwhile, Sharda and Pinky comes to Bombay and circumstances prevail them to work as a servant in Rajesh’s house only.
Simultaneously Vijay falls in love with Seema (Juhi Chawla) a stage dancer. Once Rajesh brings a costly necklace to Man Mohini. Vijay robs the necklace, gifts it to Seema and the blame goes on Sharda and she has been put behind the bars. When Rajesh and Man Mohini finds Seema dancing with the same necklace and when Seema has been arrested Vijay comes and confesses the guilty. At the same time, Sharda is found Pregnant and the question arises who’s child is it?. So Sharda tries to commit suicide along with Pinky, Vijay protects them and takes them back to their village where he releases that it is own[clarification needed] house by seeing the portrait of his father and understands that Rajesh is his elder brother. At the same time Rajesh, Man Mohini and Seema Kidnapped by Kalicharan, Vijay comes to their protection and in the quarrel Kalicharan hits on Rajesh's forehead and he regains his memory. Finally, everyone is reunited and the movie ends with the marriage of Vijay & Seema.
- Genre: Action
- Runtime: 133 minutes
Rishta To Ho Aisa (English: Relation Means This) is a 1992 Bollywood, drama film produced by M.M.C.Cooper on Marco Enterprises banner and directed by Kalptaru. Starring Jeetendra, Rishi Kapoor, Juhi Chawla, Sujata Mehta in lead roles and music composed by Laxmikant–Pyarelal.