|1||Bulls Eye||, Shaan||4||Lyrics||3 : 10|
|2||Ankh Vich||Shaan, Kunal Ganjawala, Amrita Kak, Himesh Reshammiya||2||Lyrics||4 : 51|
|3||Dekhoon Tujhe||Akriti Kakar, Himesh Reshammiya||4||Lyrics||4 : 14|
|4||Mehfooz Rakhta Hoon||Himesh Reshammiya||3||Lyrics||4 : 9|
|5||Apne To Apne Hote Hain||Jayesh Gandhi, Sonu Nigam, Jaspinder Narula||3||Lyrics||5 : 13|
|6||Tere Sang||Sonu Nigam, Jaspinder Narula||2||Lyrics||2 : 1|
Baldev Chaudhary, played by Dharmendra, is a World heavy weight champion. During one of the matches however, a betting syndicate creates a conspiracy against him, thus falsely accusing him of using illegal drugs. He is disgraced from his position. A devastated Baldev trains his son Angad, played by Sunny Deol and vows to bring him back his honor. Things however don’t go as planned, since the family is in financial turmoil. Baldev’s younger son Karan, played by Bobby Deol, is an aspiring musician. Seeing his father and elder brother struggle and depressed he gives up music and begins training to be a boxer.
At the final match with the current heavy weight champion Karan is severely injured and rushed to the hospital where he is almost paralyzed. Meanwhile Angad decides to fight the match himself and with great conviction wins the match and honor for India as well as his father. Karan who is in hospital needs a liver transplant but doctors reject Baldev’s idea to give his own. Eventually they find a donor and Karan is saved.
The movie is directed by Anil Sharma and produced by Sangeeta Ahir. The music is composed by Himesh Reshammiya.