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                           ARABIAN NIGHTS


Brothers Qasim and Alibaba live side by side in the city of Baghdad

but Qasim does not keep contact with Alibaba, who is poor and he

feels that there cannot be any relationship between the rich and the

poor. One morning when there is not a grain of rice in Alibaba’s

house, he goes to Qasim but is turned out. Alibaba’s son Mansoor

(Robin Majumdar) is seen that night at Qasim’s palace, dagger in

hand  ready to kill his uncle and end his tyranny. Qasim’s slave

girl Salma (KANAN) stops him from committing the crime and tells

him that individual killings would not remove the disparity between

the rich and poor. Mansoor is moved by her words and goes back

but he cannot forget the exquisite beauty that Salma is…………

Fortune plays a curious trick on the fate of the brothers and Alibaba

comes to occupy Qasim’s palace and live happily with family. His

son Mansoor is not happy and dreams of a society free from want

and hunger. He believes in equality and wants to release the slaves

of his father. A dispute crops up and Mansoor leaves the luxuries

and comforts of the house to lead an unknown life. Only Salma

knows his whereabouts and the two meet secretly in the dead

of night. Suddenly Alibaba faces with danger with bandits in his

house and Salma comes running to Mansoor for help. He

accompanies her to his own house and the bandits are killed by

Salma with Mansoor’s assistance. Happy Alibaba frees Salma

from slavery but she is not happy, she has no place to go to. A

re union between father and son has taken place and Alibaba

fixes up his son’s marriage with the daughter of an Ujeer……

Salma leaves, her dream of a home with Mansoor is shattered

and she begins an apparently never ending journey across the

arid lands. Will Mansoor come to take her back  ???





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