There are provisions for making a complaint against judges where litigants feel that the judge had not done justice or he considered extraneous elements in deciding the case or decided against the merits submitted before him. Definitely, you can also file RTI as to whether complaints were already filed against such a judge and how many, of what nature, what assets the particular judge had when he joined judiciary, what is the change in his assets at present, any corruption charges stand against him, any kind of enquiry/investigation being faced by him, what was the outcome of that enquiry.
Unfortunately, despite a system of accountability in judiciary most of the times the corrupt judges go scot-free and on the contrary the complainant is victimized more and more and ultimately the complainant when reaches the higher court in appeal the deciding judge takes "revenge" on behalf of his "brother judge".
The process of impeachment of a judge is so complicated that it can be understood by the fact that not a single judge is impeached in the history of independent India despite more and more reports of judicial corruption.
Finally, I advice you, brother, focus on your case and go in appeal. If you have a strong case then definitely, you will win and do not waste your time and energy to rectify others (corrupt). It is not necessary that all the judges are corrupt. There are many judges (outnumber the dishonest) who are dead honest hence, Indian judiciary is truly upholder of the rights of the masses otherwise this country could have become a slave again.Good luck. Rajesh Sharma (Advocate) 09868041944