For Your Eyes Only (1981) is Available in Hindi Dubbed

 "For Your Eyes Only" is the twelfth spy film in the James Bond series, produced by Eon Productions, and the fifth to star Roger Moore as James Bond. It was released in 1981 and directed by John Glen.

In "For Your Eyes Only," James Bond is tasked with recovering a British encryption device, the Automatic Targeting Attack Communicator (ATAC), before it falls into the wrong hands. The device is lost when a British spy ship is sunk off the coast of Albania. Bond's mission leads him to cross paths with a Greek businessman and smuggler named Aristotle Kristatos and a vengeful former KGB agent named Melina Havelock, whose parents were murdered by Kristatos.

Bond travels to various locations, including Greece and Italy, as he follows leads to recover the ATAC. Along the way, he encounters danger and betrayal, including encounters with Kristatos' henchmen and a female assassin named Irma Bunt.

"For Your Eyes Only" is notable for its return to a more grounded and realistic tone compared to the previous film, "Moonraker." The action sequences are more restrained, with a focus on espionage and traditional spy craft. The film also features a memorable opening sequence involving Bond visiting the grave of his deceased wife, Tracy Bond.

Critically acclaimed upon its release, "For Your Eyes Only" was praised for its return to the roots of the James Bond series and Roger Moore's portrayal of a more serious and mature Bond. It was also a commercial success, solidifying Moore's status as one of the most beloved actors to portray the iconic spy.