Beqabu is a 1996 Indian Hindi romantic film produced and directed by N. Chandra, starring Sanjay Kapoor and Mamta Kulkarni.
A terrorist gang is being trained in the forest area outside India, where a deal is being fixed with Zanjhar Singh to create chaos in India so that they succeed in refraining overseas investors from starting business ventures in India. Raja who is imprisoned is being taken to the court in a police jeep. On the way, he is shot by ACP Amritlal Bakshi and certain terrorists. Struck by a few bullets in the encounter, Raja dies. Reshmi’s father plans to get her married. However, she prefers to stay home as the widow of Raja. In order to overcome the loneliness, Reshmi’s father sends her to Nepal for a trip along with her friends. On reaching Kathmandu, she finds a lookalike of Raja there. Though he tells that he is Ronnie, employed as a hotel singer over there, Reshmi has doubts and she almost confirmed that it is Raja. After a music play in the hotel, she asks him in front of the audience to display his left chest where Raja was hit by the bullet during the encounter in which he was killed. Ronnie displays his left chest and Reshmi feels embarrassed when she sees that there is no mark of any injury on his left chest. Unable to bear the humiliation in front of the crowd, she jumps from the top of the building and gets seriously injured.
Ashok Kumar as Daadu Raja’s ustaad
Sanjay Kapoor as Raja alias Ronnie Verma
Mamta Kulkarni as Reshmi Kapoor
Amrish Puri as ACP Amritlal Bakshi
Himani Shivpuri as Aarti Kapoor
Mohan Kapoor as Zanjhar Singh
Anjan Srivastav as Dayal Verma
Dilip Prabhavalkar as Behrupiya Raja’s Friend
John Gabriel as Gadhulla Pathan Terrorist
Brownie as Head Terrorist
Rana Jung Bahadur as Hotel Owner
Guddi Maruti as Rashmi’s Friend