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zamaane ko dikhana hai: a breezy entertainer replete with interesting trivia

by:Marslite     2019-10-06
In a comic series early in the film, a character named Subodh Mukerji appeared.
He is the role of Rishi Kapoor and Padmini Kolhapure as the first hotel manager to seek asylum on his way to the Great Ridge.
The character is based on Husain\'s friends in real life and director Subodh Mukerji. . . Director-writer-
Producer Nasir Hussain was in contact with Medas in the 1970 s.
Although he has become one of the leading filmmakers of 1950 and 1960, movies like Tumsa Nahin Dekha (1957)
, Phir Wohi Dil Laya Hoon (1963)
And Teesri manzler (1966)
To his credit, Hussein spent his best time in his 70 s.
Director of a blockbuster like Caravan (1971)
, Yatton kibalat (1973)
And buzz Kisise Qin Nahin (1977)
During that decade, he ranked first in the great Hindi film auteurs of the time.
With the success of Hum Kisise Kum Nahin, Husain announced the final multiple
Starrer, a movie called Zabardast.
The main characters of the film should be Dilip Kumar, dammendra, Rishi Kapoor, Raj kailan, Asha Parrick, zenante Omani,
The minimum guarantee for the film is Rs 70.
5 lakhs and 1 in each territory of India.
25 rupees overseas.
However, Husain had to give up the film after filming several volumes with Dilip Kumar, as the two clashed on how to make the film.
As Husain has a lot of respect for Dilip Kumar, he has put the film on hold completely instead of replacing Kumar with someone else.
This is a decent thing.
Only after experiencing this \"zabardasts\" setback did Hussain produce by Rishi Kapoor, padimi korhapre, Shriram Lagoo
The film has a typical nasil Hussain plot point-lost-and-
Discover the elements, Young Romance, mountain station settings and great songs.
Still, there are some interesting aspects to Zamaane Ko Dikhana Hai.
In a comic series early in the film, a character named Subodh Mukerji appeared.
He is the role of Rishi Kapoor and Padmini Kolhapure as the first hotel manager to seek asylum on his way to the Great Ridge.
The character is based on Husain\'s friends in real life, director Subodh Mukerji, who has made many successful films such as Munimji (1955)Paid guests (1957)and Junglee (1961).
Husain has worked as a writer and paying guest in Munimji and has developed a friendship with Mukerji since then.
Hussein will add a comedy character named Subodh Mukerji to many of his films to honor his friendship with Mukerji.
Mansoor Khan, Husain\'s son, and helmed Husain\'s later works, Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak, and Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikander, were also involved.
In the long medley sequence that appears in the film, including the song-\"Main hoon woh albela\", \"bolo\", bolo, actually, you can see kuchh toh bolo and \"poochho na yaar kya hua\"-Mansoor is working on the back of Rishi kapor and Padmini Kolhapure
He is credited with the film\'s \"electronic and lighting effects.
Hussain\'s inspiration for disco lights on stage is clearly the 1977 classic Saturday Night Heat starring John Travolta.
Husain invited son Mansoor, an engineer of descent, to help him imitate the lighting effect in the film for Zamaane Ko Dikhana Hai.
Moving from Hussain\'s son to his nephew, Tariq Khan plays the role of Robin, who appears at the end of the Sea of zamain Ko dikahana.
Tariq had earlier starred in Hussein\'s Yaden Ki Bharat and kikisise Kum Nahin and became popular with the songs in these films
Since then, however, he has been working on any significant impact on the industry.
His uncle, Nasir Hussain, included him in the Zamane Ke dikahanahai in order to save his failed career.
But the appearance of the character Robin, right at the end of Zamaane Ko Dikhana Hai, only weakens the premise of the film, not increases its overall appeal.
The moment that really stood out from the sea of Samain Ko dikahanah was rihi Kapoor sitting on the train singing \"Hoga Tumse Piara
Known for his ingenuity in the song sequence, Husain puts Dev Anand on the top of the Jeep, which moves in parallel with the train of Jab Pyaar Kisise Hota Hai (1961)
The title track and putting Kaajal Kiran on the crane made her look like she was flying in the sky, and the hot air balloon pulled her up from \"Ye Rada Hai ala\" at Hum Kisise Kum Nahin.
Although Rishi Kapoor\'s action in Hoga Tums Piara Cowen was filmed and choreographed in the studio, the back projection was used to create a real life
Like the effect, the song has a novel element because it lets the actors dance on the moving train.
You can watch Zamaane Ko Dikhana Hai at 12 noon on Sunday, January 28 as part of the Nasir Hussain Film Festival.
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