Vidhaata is a 1982 Indian Bollywood film directed by Subhash Ghai and stars Dilip Kumar, Sanjay Dutt, Shammi Kapoor, Sanjeev Kumar, Amrish Puri, Sarika, Padmini Kolhapure, Madan Puri, Suresh Oberoi, and Tom Alter. Vidhaata is regarded as one of the best films that Ghai has ever made and is considered a Bollywood classic. The film revolves around Shamsher Singh (Dilip Kumar), a wealthy and powerful man who is highly respected in his community. Shamsher has two sons, Kunal (Sanjay Dutt) and Ravi (Sanjeev Kumar). Although both sons are highly successful and have made their father proud, Shamsher has always favoured Ravi over Kunal. This creates a rift between the brothers, which only deepens as time goes on. Shamsher's favourite godfather, Kedar Nath (Shammi Kapoor), is a kind-hearted man who has helped Shamsher rise to power. Kedar Nath's son, Banke (Amrish Puri), is a corrupt politician who is always scheming to get ahead. Banke's activities soon come to the attention of Kunal, who decides to take action against his cousin. In the meantime, Ravi has fallen in love with a dancer named Sheetal (Sarika). Sheetal's father, Dayal (Madan Puri), is a criminal who has fled from the law. Ravi is torn between his love for Sheetal and his duty to his family. Matters soon come to a head when Kunal and Ravi's differences lead to a violent confrontation. The film is known for its powerful performances, especially by Dilip Kumar and Sanjeev Kumar. The two actors play their roles with great conviction, creating a palpable sense of tension and drama. Sanjay Dutt, who was making his debut in the film, also delivers a memorable performance, showcasing his talent as an actor. The film's music, composed by Kalyanji-Anandji, is also a standout feature. The songs, especially "Saat Saheliyan" and "Tere Liye Saari Umar Jaagu", are still popular today and are considered classics in the Indian film industry. Overall, Vidhaata is a classic Bollywood film that has stood the test of time. Its themes of family, duty, tradition, and love continue to resonate with audiences today. The film is a must-watch for anyone who is a fan of Indian cinema or is interested in exploring its rich history.