London Express (1968)
A mythical state becomes a hot bed of intrique, rivalry, and villainy, somewhere in the country. Prime Minister Vikral craftily assisted by his assistant Durjan is out to crush all just oppostition to his design of becoming the ruler. To make his villainy more complete the minister decides to marry the princess also. The biggest thorn in the side of the Prime Minister and Durjan is Maqbool, the most faithful ADC of the king who defies Vikral's henchman giving ample proof of his valour and loyalty. His adopted son Ranjit now takes upon himself the task of wreaking vengeance for Maqbool's assumed death and also of saving both the king and the princess Chandravati from the vile designs of Vikral and Durjan. London Express is the brain behind a network of spies who to further their own end join forces with Vikral and Durjan. This makes Ranjit's task of saving the king and the princess even more difficult. The princess and her retinue leave for a trip to London and the European Continent. Vikral and Durjan along with the help of London Express spread their tentacles to crush the princess but she proves more than a match. How she and Ranjit outwit the combined forces of evil?