A guitar-carrying musician and a rebellious runaway wealthy woman go on the run from organized gangsters.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Biswajeet ...
Vicky
Babita Kapoor ...
Roma (as Babita)
Helen ...
Nancy
Hari Shivdasani ...
Roma's Dad
Hiralal ...
Lopez
Ulhas ...
Police Inspector
Tun Tun ...
Vicky's Landlady
Murad ...
Commissioner
Indra Kumar
Jagdish Raj ...
Drunk in Bar (as Jagdishraj)
Thelma ...
Julie
M.B. Shetty ...
Jai (as Shetty)
Indar Raj
Sadat Khan
Polson ...
Stage Perfomer at Miniland
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After a train meets with an accident, the Commissioner is convinced that this is one of many acts of sabotage. He instructs his men to be on the look-out for a gang led by Scorpion. Shortly thereafter he gets a phone call from Gomes, the owner of Twist Music & Photo, who claims to have evidence against Scorpion but wants Rs.1 Lakh. The cash is arranged to be delivered to him, but before that could happen, gangsters locate Gomes, and he hides the evidence in a guitar owned by a musician, Vicky, who collects it and departs. The gangsters gravely injure Gomes and decide to go after Vicky. After a performance, they approach him and offer to buy the guitar, but he refuses to part with it, and goes to spend the night with his girlfriend, Nancy. This is where the duo will be interrupted by the arrival of Gomes, followed closely by the gangsters, who shoot Gomes dead. Vicky manages to escape with the guitar, goes to the Police Station to notify them. The Police arrive but are unable to locate... Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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1969 (India)  »

Also Known As:

Qismat  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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Karunesh did a cover version of the song "Aao Huzoor Tumko" for his International album "Global Spirit" that released in 2000. The cover version's name was titled "Punjab" in the album. See more »

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Referenced in Tanu Weds Manu (2011) See more »

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