Raju (Govinda) is a coolie at a bus stand. Kader Khan is the father of two daughters, the elder one being Karisma Kapur. He embarrases the pandit (Sadashiv Amrapurkar) when he brings a groom-match for his daughter, saying that his daughter will mary a richest of rich person. Planning to seek revenge, he entices Raju to join his plot. Raju who has felled for Karishma's beauty agrees to abet. He enacts a rich man, managing rented bungalow, suits and cars. What follows is the comedy and a laughter riot. Love too has its moments, but its all in tapori style.
The movie is full drama film, for the masses with no details to technicality or logic, as expected from David. Govinda, again plays the comic act with ease and thats' why he is aptly called king of comedy.
Kader plays a good part from a greedy ambitious father to a helpless man been cheated for his dreams and expectations. Karishma does a decent job.
The music is fun, the song 'main to raste se jaa rahaa tha' is a street chartbuster, on every gali ka tapori's lips.
Its a fun ride with Govinda, playing a coolie.