Shankar and Chanchal earn their living by doing road shows. Once, Shankar sees Natasha on a circus poster and dreams of working with her. He gets an offer to work in the circus in Russia
|米特胡恩·查克拉博蒂 (Mithun Chakraborty)||饰||Shankar|
|纳萨鲁丁·沙 (Naseeruddin Shah)||饰||Adarsh Kumar Shrivastav|
|Irina Kushnareva||饰||Natasha (as Natasha)|
|古山·格罗维 (Gulshan Grover)||饰||Bob 'odzhora'|
|其他||Jumbo Circus special thanks|
|The Gemini Circus special thanks (as Gemini Circus)|
|D.N. Singh & Co. junior artists supplier|
|Delhi Zoo grateful acknowledgement|
|Holiday Inn Hotel, Delhi grateful acknowledgment|
|Indian Railways, Nizamuddin Station grateful acknowledgement|
|Aeroflot Russian Airlines grateful acknowledgement (as Aeroflot)|
|Eagle Cine Service outdoor equipment|
- The producers wanted to sign either Amjad Khan or Shammi Kapoor for the film. It was Gulshan Grover who convinced them he would wear a fat man's get up and give them the same results. That was how he was signed.
- After Alibaba Aur 40 Chor (198)) Sohni Mahiwal (1984) and Shikari (1991) fhis was the third and last Indian-Soviet co-production.
- While Mithun was a certified rage in Russia this film would flop and any future of Russian association with Hindi cinema ended. While Hindi films were huge within Russia in the 1980s by the late 80s Russian mobs flooded their streets with the latest vhs copies of Hollywood films. By the early 90s there was limited interest in Hindi cinema in Russia due to this.