Karamdaata is a 1986 Indian Hindi-language film co-written by Sardar Talukdar and Anwar Khan. The film is directed by Shashilal K. Nair, cinematographed by Ashok Gunjal, co-produced by Jagdish A. Sharma, Kadar Kashmiri, including Ibrahim Surti. The film is about a daughter of an industrialist and a street smart. It stars Shammi Kapoor, Amrita Singh and Mithun Chakraborty in lead roles.


Karamdaata film revolves around a rich girl and a poor man and later suicide. Rai Bahadur (Shammi Kapoor) is a rich industrialist, but his daughter Neeta (Swaroop Sampat) marries to a street smart man Ajit (Shakti Kapoor). Ajit's monetary demands hurt Neeta's wishes, and later she commits suicide leaving her child Pinky (Amrita Singh) behind to her father. One day, Rai Bahadur and Pinky starts arguing over not-known issues, leading Pinky leave her house and starts living with a taxi driver Govinda (Mithun Chakraborty).