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Thief Of Baghdad  (1968 - Hindi)

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    Deepak Garg

    By Deepak Garg (03 Aug 2012)

    It is a story of conflict between the forces of good and powers of light and powers of Darkness. The chief of army of Baghdad, Jabir was a cruel and trocious ruler. Mahmood, a commoner, revolted agaianst the ruling poeres. A personal fued developed between Mahmood and Jabir. . And it becomes more complicated because of the fact that both loved the same girl, the princess Rukhsana of Baghdad. Jabir, a believer in black magic was very ambitions. With the help of a witch he became a wizard. He used his powers for his personal benefits. He threw the king and crown prince of Baghdad into jail and after arresting Mahmood sentanced him to be hanged. . Somehow Mahmood escaped the death but now he knew that Jabir would not die at his hands and for that matter at nobodies hands. He went to kohe-kaff and with the help of "Rani", succeeded in getting "Powers" to kill Jabir. . He had promised Rani that after killing Jabir he would marry her but he forgot his promise as soon as he set his eyes again on Rukhsana. Rani was furious. Jabir threw oil on fire. Rani helped Jabir, and Mahmood and his associates once again found themselves as prisioners of Jabir. Mahmood was also deprived of his powrs. Jabir ordered that Mahmood and his asscoates should be killed. A day is set for killing.

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    Deepak Garg

    By Deepak Garg (03 Aug 2012)

    It is a story of conflict between the forces of good and powers of light and powers of Darkness. The chief of army of Baghdad, Jabir was a cruel and trocious ruler. Mahmood, a commoner,» read more