Dharmendra, Anjali Jathar, as well as producer Mohan Kumar’s son Rohit Kumar, appear in Aazmayish, a 1995 Bollywood movie. The film is directed by actor Sachin that tells the narrative of a father and son.
Prem Chopra, who plays a villain, owns a construction firm. Prem Chopra’s firm employs Dharmendra. Dharmendra as well as the rest of the company’s workers live in slums. Prem Chopra’s father having pledged to construct concrete houses for all of the employees, but he died before he could do so. When Prem Chopra takes over all the firm following his father, Dharmendra campaigns on account of the whole labour union for cement dwellings for any and all workers. So when the former refuses to cooperate with their requests, a feud develops between the company tycoon and one of the workers.
Dharmendra and Prem Chopra are feuding due to Dharmendra’s demanding temperament and Prem Chopra’s financial acumen. The plot twists as Rohit Kumar and Anjali Jathar fall in love, and Prem Chopra opposes their romance whereas Dharmendra supports it.
To create the Aazmayish movie’s soundtrack, Mohan Kumar chose Anand-Milind over regulars Laxmikant–Pyarelal. He did, nevertheless, keep lyricist Anand Bakshi. Despite the movie’s failure there at the box office, a single song, “Choodiyaan Banti Hain,” performed by Sonu Nigam as well as Bela Sulakhe, was indeed a hit. This movie was Sonu Nigam’s first significant break, and he sang all except one of the songs.