It took me a while to get into 'Qurbani', it's just sooo cheesy. But in a good way I finally decided. Its claim to fame is usually the infuriatingly infectious dancefloor number 'Aap Jaisa Koi', written by Biddu. If you find it reminiscent of the old Tina Charles nugget 'Dance Little Lady', it's because he was the guy behind it. (He also made 'Kung Fu Fighting'.) There's more though: 'Laila O Laila' is Hindi disco, traditional at root but driven by bass, electronic drums and tablas. And 'Hum Tuhme Chahte Hain', which I find rather charming with the tinny synth bits here and there.
Do have a peek at the YouTube videos btw, all featuring the lovely Zeenat Aman.
A couple of things I need to add about this one: Firstly, the 'Bollywood Funk' compilation from some years back has a great instrumental on it entitled 'Qurbani'; while it is from the film, it's not included on the LP (though possibly on some super rare triple-album version that I've heard rumours about but never seen). Secondly, there was also an English version, called 'Qurbani In English' (what else?). Some say it's better than the Indian; I wouldn't know as I've never heard it (but would obviously love to, should any of you happen to have it lying around).
[Update: 'Qurbani In English' now available here]
1. Kishore Kumar, Anwar & Aziz Naza: Qurbani Qurbani
2. Nazia Hassan: Aap Jaisa Koi
3. Manhar & Anand: Hum Tuhme Chahte Hain
4. Amit Kumar, Kanchan & chorus: Laila O Laila
5. Asha Bhosle & Mohd. Rafi: Kya Dekthe Ho
6. Baat Ban Jaye