Tag Archives: Raj Khosla

An emotion-soaked saga covering two generations

Women have several virtues which men can only envy for. However jealousy and hatred towards a woman who is supposed to be own rival for a man’s love is a vice whose dominance is found more in womenfolk only. When … Continue reading

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Jab Chali Thandi Hawa . . . .

First of all, I sincerely thank my friend and elder Mr. Thomas Dhavala for inspiring me to write a review of this emotional love story of the sixties which is still remembered for its great songs. Do Badan (1966) was … Continue reading

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The lamp of a husband’s love

Chirag (1969) is a family drama directed by Raj Khosla starring Sunil Dutt and Asha Parekh which is remembered more for the immortal song of Mohammed Rafi – Teri Aankhon Ke Siva Duniya Mein Rakkha Kya Hai. It is feelgood … Continue reading

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Nainon Waali Ne Haay Mera Dil Loota

If anybody asks me the name of my most favourite Bollywood actress of the bygone era, I will not take a fraction of a moment in replying – Saadhana. Today (2nd September) is her birthday. This gorgeous lady ruled Bollywood … Continue reading

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Who was she ?

It’s the time of wee hours in India and it’s raining outside in Hyderabad. What can be a better situation to write a review of this movie which begins with the scene of heavy rainfall and that scene itself lends … Continue reading

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A traveller and a belle

Guru Dutt’s assistant and pupil, Raj Khosla seems to have learnt a lot from his senior (who was indeed a Guru). He was given the first opportunity to direct a movie independently by Guru Dutt only in the movie – … Continue reading

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