Raju (Anil Kapoor) longs for mother's love. His rich father can give him antyhing, but not the mother's love. He marries a woman Aruna irani, thinking that she will provide her with the same. But she is there with other motives, ofcourse money. Raju turns too fond of his mother, and becomes complete obedient son.
For him, the mother is god. While mother takes her only as a step for the desirable wealth. Raju meets Saraswati (Madhuri Dixit), fells for her, some romance, seductive scenes and get married to her.
Now good things come to an end and a fight ensues. Saraswati realises the actual motive of Raju's mother and decides to teach her a lesoon. And act as a torch-bearer in opening Raju's eyes. While there are some interesting, entertaiing fights, plots played by both the sides, nothing is enough to convince Raju about his mother's ill motive or to budge him for respecting her any less. And melodrama
The performances are fine. Anil kapoor is very controlled and sheds his tapori look/style for playing an obedient son. His reactions are good. Madhuri brings out her effervescene and spontaneity for
another striking performance. She looks sexy even in suit-salwar. Aruna as a wicked mother does a very decent job and an award winning performance (negative role).
The story development is good, and this is an era when no 100 crore's budget movie are made and Khans are no prominent. So Anil kapoor is a superstar and he does a decent job in this movie to
Although doesn't offer anything new, the movie is entertaining in parts.
Raja beta aayega, mummy jo bolengi khaaegaa. Sabka khayal rakhegaaaview less