Rajkumari Ophelia wants Devi Maa's statuette, which is located in Pratapgarh, recruits Sher Singh to carry out this task, and will marry him if he brings it to her. He sets out to do so, but before that could happen, Thakur takes it's possession, incurring Devi Maa's wrath, and he ends up losing his son. Fearing that the rest of the family will also perish on the day of the Khumbh Mela, he instructs his brother, Ranjeet, to ensure that the statuette is replaced in the Mandir, but Ranjeet is unable to do so, gets separated from his daughter, Meena, and becomes insane. Ramlal, who has the statuette, disappears; his wife gets separated from their son, Birju, while her brother-in-law, Mangal, is arrested and jailed for killing Rana, and she re-locates to live in Bombay with Mangal's son, Shekhar. Years later, Birju has grown up and makes small statues for a living; Meena uses a cow and dances on the streets; Mangal is a gangster; Sher Singh is still looking for the statuette; and Ranjeet ...
The film marks Vijay Sadanah's directorial debut. It was unofficially directed by his older brother Brij Sadanah.
Chor Ke Ghar Chor 1978
24 Nov 1978 ● Hindi ● Running Time: TBA
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