Multi-millionaire businessman, Rakesh gets word from his servant, Ramdas that his father has been killed several years ago by a bandit named Poppy Singh and that Poppy Singh is still alive but is declared dead by the local police. Rakesh then swears to avenge his dad's death and this become the motive of his life; in order to locate Poppy's hide-out Rakesh travels to a mountainous region. He takes lodging in a house belonging to Thakur Ranjit Singh only to fall in love with his daughter, Durga; meanwhile Rakesh befriend an enemy of Poppy whose name is Shera. Through Shera Rakesh is able to locate Poppy's hide-out which is in an old mountain cave. Unfortunately before he could take action on Poppy Singh Shera is abducted by Poppy's men. Ironically Poppy's business has developed into cocaine over the years whereby Shera and all Poppy's hostages are forced to work as slaves. In order to rescue Shera and to avenge the death of his dad at an appropriate time Rakesh is forced to work for ...
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After Kala Sona, Harish Shah and Vinod Shah started a untitled film in 1976. Starring Feroz Khan,Reena Roy,Danny Denzongpa,Asrani. Music by Rahul Dev Burman, Directed by Ravikant Nagaich. The film was a remake of the Hollywood movie Taras Bulba. After shooting for a month, a major mishap happened. Many songs and scenes were shot and the negatives were sent to Bombay. The lab reported many shots were out of focus. When Ravikant came to Bombay to saw the print. The entire shooting was out of focus. They lost 8 lakh rupees. Ravikant had incorporated a Russian camera for the film. It was also his ide to shoot the film in cinemascope. Producer Vinod Shah and Ravikant had a very bad falling out with each putting the blame on each other. Ravikant never had faith in the script. It was Feroz,the producers and R.D.Burman who believed in the film. Ravikant left the film and Narender Bedi was signed as his replacement. But then they soon realized another producer named Tariq Hussain remade Taras Bulba and had already released it. All plans to make the film now were dropped. See more
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Sun Sun Kasam Se
Music by Rahul Dev Burman
Lyrics by Majrooh Sultanpuri
Performed by Asha Bhosle
& Danny Denzongpa See more