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This was the screen debut of Anupam Kher. The film had music by Ajit Verman and lyrics by Vasant Dev. It was distributed by Rajshri Productions. The name of this movie is only due to numerology effect.
Otherwise the name planned was Saransh. The movie begins with B. Pradhan Anupam Kher waking up early in the morning to write a letter to his son, Ajay, who lives in New York. Midway through the letter, Pradhan remembers the tragic reality: Pradhan received a call from a friend of his son, Ajay, that Ajay has been killed in a mugging in New York. Pradhan's best friend, Vishwanath, and Pradhan's wife, Parvati Rohini Hattangadi are both worried that even though it's been 3 months, Pradhan has yet to fully come to terms with the loss of his only son.
Pradhan confesses to Vishwanath that after the loss of his son, he no longer has any will left to live. Due to the death of their son, Pradhan has no source of income, so they rent out a room of their Shivaji Park Mumbai apartment to a budding Bollywood actress, Sujata Suman Soni Razdan.
Vilas wishes to marry Sujata, but he does not tell his father about Sujata out of cowardice and keeps on postponing their marriage plans. Meanwhile, Pradhan receives a registered letter that his son's ashes and a few other belongings a TV, VCR, a refrigerator etc. When Pradhan goes to the customs office to collect them, he is disrespected and gets no help from the Public Relations Officer. An emotionally disturbed and enraged Pradhan forcibly enters the office of the main head of the customs department and explains that he has come only to pick up his son's ashes and not any other material possessions.
Pradhan demands that his son's ashes be handed to him immediately and breaks down to tears, upon which the officer consoles Pradhan and relents to his request. The officer apologises for the inconvenience and assures Pradhan that the remaining items will be transferred to Pradhan as soon as possible. Pradhan, an atheist, gives his son's ashes to Parvati, who takes his ashes to a Pandit Alok Nath. The Pandit tells Pradhan and Parvati that Ajay will soon be reincarnated, in the form of a baby, near them.