Naseeb, a story of destiny and fate, begins with a lottery ticket. A drunk who cannot pay his tab trades his 'winning' ticket to the waiter, Namdev (Pran), instead. Namdev decides to share this ticket with his three friends Damu (Amjad Khan), Raghu (Kader Khan) and Jaggi (Jagdish Raj). But when it turns out to actually be a winner, Damu and Ragu turn on the other two, murdering Jaggi and framing Namdev. Namdev goes on the run but Raghu and Damu intervene and throw him over a bridge into a river and Namdev is presumed dead. However he is rescued by a don (Amrish Puri) but no one is aware he is alive. Fast forward to ten years later - Damu and Raghu have used their stolen lottery money to build a fabulous hotel and make millions becoming very successful businessmen. Damu has used a share of his money to send his only son, Vicky (Shatrughan Sinha) to school in England. They have even employed Namdev's oldest son Johnny (Amitabh Bachchan), Vicky's best friend, as a waiter in the hotel. By coincidence (or by fate!) Johnny and Vicky who are the best of friends fall in love with the same beautiful singer, Miss Asha (Hema Malini). Julie (Reena Roy) is a childhood friend of Vicky's who is in love with Vicky, but he only sees her as a friend. When Johnny discovers this, he and Julie sacrifice their own love to ensure that Vicky and Asha get together. At the same time, John's younger brother Sunny (Rishi Kapoor) has fallen for Asha's younger sister, Kim (Kim). Kim and Asha also happen to be the daughters of Jaggi, the man Namdev supposedly murdered. Namdev returns soon after and plans to take revenge against Damu and Raghu for separating him from his two sons Johnny and Sunny. The lives of all these characters become inter wined and Naseeb becomes a poignant story about love, friendship, sacrifice, deceit, revenge and above all, destiny.- Written by gavin@firstname.lastname@example.org
Four friends Namdev, Ravhuvir, Damodar and Jaggi spend most of their time in each other company. Namdev is employed as a waiter at a local liquor joint; one day one of the customer is unable to pay his bill and all he have in his possession is a lottery ticket. He offers Namdev this ticket to which Namdev accept; Namdev then pass this ticket on to Jaggi and to his luck he manages to win. Greed then overcomes Damodar and Ravhuvir forcing them to kill Jaggi and frame Namdev for this killing. When they find Namdev attempt to rebel over the situation they throws him overboard thus he is believed to be dead. Years passed by with Ravhuvir and Damodar now managing a hotel where-by Namdev eldest son, John is employed as a waiter while he partakes as a part-time boxer to educate his younger brother, Sunny abroad. Ravhuvir's sons Ashok and Raghu manage their father's illegal businesses while Damodar's son, Vicky stays abroad. Unknown to the duo that Namdev is still alive and is all set to take revenge on them as well as re-unite with his sons, John and Sunny.- Written by gavin (email@example.com)
Appropriately enough, Naseeb, a story of destiny and fate, begins with a lottery ticket. A drunk who cannot pay his tab trades his 'winning' ticket to the waiter, Namdev, instead. Namdev, Damu, Ragu and one other friend decide to go in on the ticket together, but when it turns out to actually be a winner, Damu and Ragu turn on the other two, murdering the one and framing Namdev. Cut to ten years later - Damu and Ragu have used their stolen lottery money to build a fabulous hotel and make millions. Damu has used a share of his money to send his only son, Vicky to school in England. They have even employed Namdev's oldest son Johnny, Vicky's best friend, as a waiter in the hotel. By coincidence (or by fate!) John and Vicky fall in love with the same beautiful singer, Miss Asha. At the same time, John's younger brother Sunny has fallen for Asha's younger sister, Kim. Kim and Asha also happen to be the daughters of the man Namdev supposedly murdered. The lives of all these characters become intertwined and Naseeb becomes a poignant story about love, friendship, sacrifice and above all, destiny.- Written by anuja
Namdev works in a restaurant as a waiter. One day a customer is unable to pay, as all he has is a lottery ticket. Namdev accepts it, and to his delight he wins. He decides to share this windfall with three of his friends namely Ravhuvir, Damodar, and Jaggi. Greed for their newfound wealth embitters them against each other, and Jaggi gets killed - and Namdev gets arrested and charged for killing him, and is subsequently sentenced to a long jail term. Damodar and Raghuvir invest the money and become millionaires. Years later Namdev is released from prison, and finds out while his two friends and their respective sons have been living a wealthy lifestyle, his very family is poor, and a son of his, Ravi, is employed as a waiter in a hotel. Enraged he goes to confront them, they pacify him and offer some money so that they live comfortably. It is then that Namdev comes across evidence that it was not he who killed Jaggi - but one of two of his friends. Now with the help of his son he intends to find out who killed Jaggi and avenge himself. Will Namdev and Ravi succeed in unmasking the real killer?- Written by rAjOo (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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