Wednesday, 18 March 2020

Must See Movies - 2 || Bawarchi || Hindi || 1972 ||



Bawarchi (Devnagari: बावर्ची, translationThe Chef) is a 1972 Indian film directed by Hrishikesh Mukherjee starring Rajesh Khanna and Jaya Badhuri with AsraniA.K. HangalUsha Kiran and Durga Khote in supporting roles. The film was ranked the eight highest-grossing film of the year 1972. In an interview, Khanna quoted "In 'Bawarchi' I did exactly the opposite of what Hrishida had made me do in 'Anand'. He allowed me to interpret the role and perform my way. I had done enough intense roles, and 'Bawarchi' gave me the opportunity to interpret and perform the role the way I wanted. So I let myself go."[1]
Mukherjee's style here is typical, in that the film contains no violence, and focuses rather on "the milieu of the Indian middle-class who have larger-than-life foibles and whose major concern is to survive the day [...:] which bahu will cook, which brother will use the bathroom first, who will get up first to make the morning tea, [etc.]"[2] Khanna won his second BFJA Awards for Best Actor (Hindi) for his performance in this film.
The movie is a remake of the Bengali film Galpo Holeo Satti (1966) by Tapan Sinha.[3] The film was remade in Tamil as Samayalkaaran with M. K. Muthu. It was remade twice in Kannada - first as Sakala Kala Vallabha, starring Shashikumar and second as No 73, Shanthi Nivasa, with Sudeep. It served as a great inspiration for the 1997 Hindi film Hero No. 1.


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bawarchi

Tuesday, 17 March 2020

Bhagya Rekha || 1957 || Review || Telugu ||






Bhagya Rekha (EnglishFortunesTelugu: భాగ్యరేఖ) is a 1957 Telugu drama film, produced by Ponnaluri Brothers under the Ponnaluri Brothers Pvt. Ltd. banner and directed by B. N. Reddy. It stars N. T. Rama RaoJamuna in the lead roles and music composed by Pendyala Nageswara Rao.[1] The film was dubbed as the Tamil movie Veettukku Vandha Varalakshmi (1958)



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Parde Ke Peechey || 1971 || परदे के पीछे || Song Lyrics Book ||










Ezhayin Aasthi || ஏழையின் ஆஸ்தி || 1955



Directed byD. L. Ramachandar
Produced byH. M. Reddy
Screenplay by(Dialogues) Udhayakumar, Guhan & V. N. Sambandham
Story byD. L. Ramachandar
StarringSowcar Janaki
Gummadi Venkateswara Rao
Rajnala
Jaggayya
Music byT. A. Kalyanam
G. Natarajan
CinematographyAnnayya
Edited byS. B. N. Krishna
Production
company
Rohini Pictures
Release date
  • 28 March 1955 (India)






Kalidas Tamil Movie Paper Advertisement || 1931 || The Swadesamithran ||


Kalyani || கல்யாணி || 1952 || Songs Lyrics Book Let || பாடல் புத்தகம் || Tamil Movie






















Monday, 16 March 2020

Must See Movies -1 || Anbe Vaa || Tamil || 1966 ||



" Anbe Vaa" movie  produced by the AVM Productions starring MGR,Saroja Devi,Ashokan,Nagesh,Manorama,T.R.Ramachandran,T.P.Muthulakshmi and Madhavi and others was romantic comedy block buster in 1966.

Based on the movie Come September,apart from renting the house ,two movies are different. A fresh role seen in MGR  less of punch dialogues,less of fights and less of Mass elements, pure drama,romantic ,comedy with refreshing songs,fantastic dialogues by Aroor Das, scenes between MGR and Nagesh is hilarious.

Pure Entertaining movie  and Must See