Saathi

Saathi, India, 20 September 1991

As children, Suraj (Aditya Pancholi) and Amar (Mohsin Khan) have watched their father being brutally beaten by a police inspector. Both grow up and become small time criminals. This leads them to the big gangster Pasha (Paresh Rawal). They part ways because Amar hates gangland activities, especially drugs. Suraj, on the other hand, wants wealth and wants to become rich. Suraj kills Pasha and becomes a big time gang leader. Amar is terrified that Suraj is lost in the world of crime and has forgotten humanity. In the climax of the movie, Sultan (Anupam Kher) phones Suraj and asks him to kill Amar to which he refuses. Later that day Suraj is chased by the police (Inspector Kotwal had ordered Inspector Khan to do so) and is injured while his bodyguard is killed. Suraj reaches the place which Amar and Suraj used to visit as children. Amar, who felt the voice of his friend calling him rushes to the place. Inspector Kotwal reaches there and Amar tells him that Suraj wishes to surrender. Inspector Kotwal reveals that he is actually Sultan, the real gang leader and attempts to kill Suraj. Amar saves Suraj and thinking that he had killed Sultan, returns to Suraj. Just then, Sultan, who didn't die, arrives at the scene and attempts to stab Amar from behind. Suraj, seeing him coming towards Amar pushes Amar away to protect him and is stabbed by Sultan, who is finally killed by Amar.

  • Genre: Action
  • Director: Mahesh Bhatt

Story

Saathi is a 1991 Indian Hindi crime drama film directed by Mahesh Bhatt and written by Robin Bhatt starring Aditya Pancholi, Mohsin Khan and Varsha Usgaonkar in the lead roles. Anupam Kher and Paresh Rawal portray the negative roles.[1] This is Aditya Pancholi's biggest hit as a lead actor and established him as an overnight star in Bollywood.