Qurbani (1980)

 ●  Hindi ● 2 hrs 36 mins

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A cabaret dancer and singer, Sheela (Zeenat Aman) has two admirers: a small-time thief Rajesh (Feroz Khan), and a young, eligible widower, Amar (Vinod Khanna). Both are best friends and does not know that they love the same woman. Then an enemy in the gust of Vikram Singh (Shakti Kapoor) appears and make both men life miserable by exposing each others reality to one another, hereafter Rajesh and Amar's friendship turn upside down. Rajesh is blamed for Rakka's (Amrish Puri) death and is schedule to be jailed for a lifetime. While Amar along with Sheela and his small daughter escapes to the U.K. with a lot of diamonds and money stolen by Rajesh. Will Rajesh allow Amar to betray him or will he jumped to conclusion and escapes from the police to take revenge from his perpetrators?
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Cast: Feroz Khan, Vinod Khanna, Zeenat Aman

Crew: Feroz Khan (Director), Anandji Virji Shah (Music Director), Biddu Appaiah (Music Director), Kalyanji Virji Shah (Music Director)

Rating: U (India)

Genres: Action, Drama, Thriller

Release Dates: 20 Jun 1980 (India)

Hindi Name: क़ुरबानी

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Did you know? The song "Aap Jaisa Koi" features Feroz Khan's wife Sundari playing a guitar on stage. Read More
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as Rajesh Kumar / Kailash Nath
as Amar
as Sheela
as Inspector Amjad Khan
as Rakka
as Jwala Singh
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as Mac
as Traffic Cop
as Tina
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as Vikram Singh
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Reference: 99 (Hindi)
Reference: Dhoom:2 (Hindi)
Reference: Hum Dono (Hindi)
Remade as: Viduthalai (Tamil)
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The film is an adaptation of the Italian film The Master Touch (1972).

The song "Aap Jaisa Koi" features Feroz Khan's wife Sundari playing a guitar on stage.

The role of Amar was initially offered to Amitabh Bachchan who turned it down. The role then went to Vinod Khanna.