Feroz Khan in his trademark cowboy swagger. His style and persona earned him the title of 'Clint Eastwood of the East'
With wife Sundari and children Fardeen and Laila
Feroz with his kids Fardeen and Laila
Feroz Khan, with Shammi Kapoor (in the background)
Feroz had a lavish lifestyle. He was said to be a heavy smoker
Feroz with his younger brother Sanjay Khan
Feroz with Rekha and his daughter Laila
A poster of 'Yalgaar' produced and directed by Feroz Khan, which starred Sanjay Dutt and Manisha Koirala
Feroz weilding the directorial baton for 'Yalgaar'
Feroz loved horses, and had a few at his farmhouse in Bangalore where he died
Feroz with son Fardeen during the latter's early days in the industry
Feroz with his family members
Feroz during his later days in the industry
The filmmaker with Sohail Khan and Aditya Pancholi
Feroz Khan in a still from 'Safar'
Feroz Khan tasted success with the very first film he produced and directed. 'Apradh' (1972), co-starring Mumtaz, was the first Indian movie to showcase auto racing in Germany
Feroz Khan, it was, who presented Hema Malini in a glamorous avatar in 'Dharmatma', his grand remake of 'The Godfather'. The 1975 movie was the first Indian film to be shot in Afghanistan
Apart from his stylised looks, memorable dialogues were also key to Khan's popularity. Nothing beats this gem from 'Qurbani' (1980) "Bhagwaan to ho nahi sakte, Insaan to lagte nahi, aur shaitaan se mein nahi darta." 'Qurbani' also introduced Nazia Hassan to the Indian audiences. Her 'Aap Jaisa Koi' track remains a cult hit
A still from 'Dayavan' (1988), which is most remembered for the kissing scene between Madhuri Dixit and Vinod Khanna
Even in his last film 'Welcome' in 2007, Khan maintained his style icon status, playing an over the top character of RDX, a dreaded underworld don