|Khoon Ka Rishta|
|Directed by||Samir Ganguly|
|Written by||Aziz Qaisi (dialogues)|
Majrooh Sultanpuri (lyrics)
|Screenplay by||Tarun Ghosh |
|Story by||Sharad Pilgaonkar|
|Produced by||Siraj Darpan |
Harilal J Thakker
Kusumlata J Thakker
|Edited by||V.K. Naik|
|Music by||Kalyanji Anandji|
Khoon Ka Rishta (transl. Blood Relation) is a 1981 Hindi-language action film, produced by Siraj Darpan, Amar Roy, Harilal J. Thakker and Kusumlata J. Thakker under the Sangtarash Internanationals banner and directed by Samir Ganguly. It stars Jeetendra, Neetu Singh, Amjad Khan, Pran and music composed by Kalyanji Anandji.
Justice Surendra Sinha (Pran) is an honest man who is a disciple of justice, he dishonestly gives judgment against his step-brother Kailash (Amjad Khan) for his crimes, a sentence of 14 years imprisonment. Faced with a moral dilemma, he resigns and migrates to his native village where his primary mission becomes to open a girls' college on his land, with donations from the villagers. Meanwhile, his son Ravi (Jeetendra) grows up to qualify as a civil engineer, who although disillusioned by the free work of his father, agrees to help him in building the girl's college. Things take a bad turn with the release of Kailash from jail, who puts his dirty money in a construction company and in a bid to seek revenge, gets the college donation money stolen from Surendra Sinha's house and the parents wrongly accuse their son Ravi of the theft. Ravi leaves the village and with the help of his lover, Sonia (Neetu Singh) erroneously gets employed in the construction company of Kailash Nath, without knowing that the company has defrauded on various sites leading to deaths, and he gets accused. Meanwhile, the target date of Holi for constructing the girl's college approaches and Surendra Sinha is kidnapped by Kailash Nath, who is also party to the murder of Vijay who is the brother to Sonia. An exact duplicate of Justice Surendra Sinha is procured by Kailash Nath.
All songs are written by Majrooh Sultanpuri.
|1||"Ae Kagaz Ko Phenko"||Lata Mangeshkar|
|2||"Are Pyar Bhi Nahi"||Kishore Kumar|
|3||"Chahe Pyar Ka Khiladi"||Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhosle|
|4||"Are Chamki Zara"||Mohammed Rafi, Usha Mangeshkar|
|5||"Ek Cheez Hai Tumhare"||Usha Mangeshkar|
|6||"Tere Rang Mein"||Usha Mangeshkar|