Qurbani Trailer

Qurbani Trailer (1980)

19 June 1980 157 mins

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.

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India 19 June 1980

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Brubaker Trailer (1980)

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The Fog Trailer (1980)

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Ordinary People Trailer (1980)

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