This is a badly made movie - too much overacting by one & all. It is the director's faulty vision which killed a rather good story, despite having such cinematic greats as Mithun and Dimple at his disposal. It wouldn't have lasted 3 shows at the box office anywhere in the world, no wonder it has been released direct to dvd. This overtly sentimental and hamming style of movie-making has long gone out, and it is quite incomprehensible why on earth this movie was allowed to be made!
In brief flashes, though, it comes through as what it could have been in the hands of a deft director, where the brilliance of Mithun in solo scenes shines through. Dimple has been woefully wasted; even her bright yellow sari looks out of sync with the character and the situation she plays (Simple Kapadia styled her, as he credits say).
Don't waste your time on this; however, you may gift it to your parents who are used to such style of movies from their heydays, and let them drown in their bit of nostalgia!