Qurbani is a 1980 Indian Hindi movie. Produced and directed by Feroz Khan. The film’s direction, urban setting, music and foreign locales, as well as upmarket images, made it stand out when it was released.
Cast: Vinod Khanna, Zeenat Aman, Amjad Khan, Shakti Kapoor, Aruna Irani, and Amrish Puri.
Feroz Khan plays a thief named Rajesh who is blackmailed by villain Vikram (Shakti Kapoor) and his evil sister Jwala (Aruna Irani) into staking from crime boss Rakka (Amrish Puri). Jwala is Rakka’s ex wife and has been cheated by Rakka, who has stolen her fortune and divorced her. Jwala wants revenge and will stop at nothing to get it. If Rajesh does not do the job, Vikram will kill Rajesh’s lover, Sheela (Zeenat Aman), who is a disco club singer and dancer, and Rajesh’s best friend Amar’s (Vinod Khanna) daughter Tina (Natasha Chopra). The thief is continuously being stalled by Inspector Amjad Khan. Written by Ali Halai.
Amar is an eligible young widower, who meets with beautiful Sheela, and falls in love with her. But Sheela, while taking a maternal affinity to little Tina, does not reciprocate his advances, as she loves Rajesh. Unknown to Sheela, Amar and Rajesh meet each other, and a strong friendship bond is formed. Rajesh would like Amar to settle in the U.K. and so they concoct a scheme whereby Amar would steal gold bars and jewellery from a safe, then phone the police, and then let Rajesh take over, get arrested, get a prison term for about 12 to 18 months, and after his release, he will join Amar abroad in U.K. Things don’t go according to plan as Amar gets accused for killing Rakka, and the police construe that Rajesh has been framed by Amar, so that Amar can get Rajesh out of the way, keep all the money, as well as Sheela, all for himself.
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