When Feroz Khan gambled his ‘last shirt’ to make Qurbani

Actor Fardeen Khan celebrates his father, the late actor and director Feroz Khan’s Qurbani. The film has completed 42 years since its release today. Fardeen took to his social media handles to share an anecdote about the making of the 1980 movie.

go to twitter, Fardeen He wrote that Qurbani was made with a lot of love and sweat. His post read: “42 years since the release of #Qurbani. In FK’s own words, ‘Son, I bet my last shirt while making this movie.'” If it didn’t work, we’d be on the streets. People 2day doesn’t realize what it takes to make a movie at the time. Literally blood, sweat and tears (sic).”

Abhishek Bachchan responded to Fardeen Khan’s tweet and wrote, “Pure Passion & Pure Genius!!”

Directed and produced by Feroz Khan, Qurbani starred Feroz, Vinod Khanna, Zeenat Aman, Shakti Kapoor, Kadar Khan and Amjad Khan in pivotal roles. The movie was announced days after its release. The film’s music album, which included the song “Aap Jaisa Koi” by Pakistani pop star Nazia Hassan, also found many viewers.

Qurbani was said to be inspired by the 1972 Italian film The Master Touch. It was later remade in Tamil with Rajinikanth and Sivaji Ganesan in the lead roles.

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Meanwhile, Fardeen Khan is set to make a comeback in acting after a hiatus of more than 12 years. He recently wrapped up shooting for Sanjay Gupta’s Visfot. The actor will also appear in the No Entry sequel.

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