Conflict in Tasooki 1986
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Ali, as he has promised to his father, sets off to somewhere off-the-beaten-track to teach and educate impoverished and underdeveloped people in small villages. The villagers are at first unwilling to accept Ali's teachings. In fact, they fear that Babrak Khan might prove a danger to them all. Babrak Khan is a smuggler who has done many evils and is always trying to entice people to wrongdoings. The coffee man of the village, a lifelong ally and supporter of Babrak Khan, is completely transformed by Ali's teachings and disavows any relations with Babrak Khan. The coffee man is so moved by Ali's good treatment of the villagers that he starts encouraging Ali to build a school. So, Ali, the villagers, the coffee man and his apprentice start building the school. The coffee man's apprentice seems to be deaf but in fact he is an undercover police officer dealing with illegal drugs. Babrak Khan not only starts meddling in the construction of the school, he also does not allow his son to get nowhere near Ali. In the end, Babrak Khan is arrested with the aid of the villagers and the police. Babrak Khan, remorseful and contrite, is sorry of his misdeeds. He, before going to jail, asks Ali to take care of his son, Aziz, and make the best of him by educating him good deeds.