Vinod Khanna was an Indian actor, film producer, director, and politician. In 1982, at the peak of his film career, Khanna temporarily quit the film industry to follow his spiritual guru Osho Rajneesh. After a 5-year hiatus, he returned to the Hindi film industry with three hit films; Insaaf and Satyamev Jayate, and Dayavan.
- Qurbani (1980)
Two friends live happily until misunderstandings arise between them.
- Mere Apne (1971)
Anandi Devi is an old widow living in her village she is bought to the city by her distant relative Arun. Anandi Devi realizes that Arun and his wife wanted to keep her as a maid following which she leaves the house and befriends a child beggar and starts living in a dilapidated house.
- Amar Akbar Anthony (1977)
Three brothers are separated and united after many years – one is brought up a Hindu, another a Muslim, and the last (and most memorable) a Christian. Hilarity and adventure ensue.
- Haath Ki Safai (1974)
After the tragic passing of his parents, Raj Kumar is also separated from his elder brother. He ends up hungry and penniless in Bombay and is taken in by a pickpocket thief, Usmanbhai, who trains Raj to be a master at picking pockets and stealing. It is in this atmosphere that Raj grows up and calls himself Raju Tardeo, for this is the area allocated to him to carry on stealing.
- Inkaar (1977)
A police detective helps a wealthy shoe company owner search for the young son of the owner’s chauffeur who was kidnapped by a disgruntled ex-employee and his gang for a large ransom.
- Muqaddar Ka Sikandar (1978)
When a homeless and orphaned young man finds work in the house of a wealthy man, he falls in love with the daughter of that wealthy man. But things start to change a lot thereafter.
- Achanak (1973)
A doctor must operate on a convicted murderer who is destined for the gallows. Running parallel to the medical drama are flashbacks to the events that led the highly-respected army officer to commit murder.
- Dayavan (1988)
The story of Dayavan, a benevolent gangster who dedicates his life to helping those less fortunate than himself.
- Chandni (1989)
Fate leaves Chandni shattered as her love Rohit disappears from her life. She meets Lalit and they befriend each other until Rohit knocks on her door.
- Parvarish (1977)
A policeman adopts the son of a bandit. A misunderstanding leads the officer’s biological son to believe he is the bandit’s son and he takes up a secret life of crime; meanwhile, the adopted son becomes an officer of the law.