Agreed, everything digital looks classy. And graphics have changed our lives for the better. Nevertheless, there is something special about old school art, especially if they are film posters. These 5 posters of Bollywood’s classic films are seriously worth your time. Take a look.
One of Hrishikesh Mukherjee’s best films. In fact, this film is considered Rajesh Khanna’s best work as well. An extremely emotional film about a man who is aware of the fact that he’s going to die and still manages to light other people’s lives. This film will force you to cry, so keep tissue papers handy. Definitely a must watch.
Sharmila Tagore and Rajesh Khanna became the most talked about lead pair in B-town after the release of this film, another moving story about a woman who loses her husband and is separated from her child because of various circumstances. It was certainly a script ahead of its time, and got a lot of attention because of the song ‘Roop Tera Mastana’ which was quite sexy for the 60s.
Bazaar was a socially impactful film that highlighted the concept of buying brides in India. It managed to question the absurd notions that prevail in our society. The best thing about the film was its cast. Smita Patil, Farooq Shaikh, Naseerudin Shah and Surpriya Pathak all gave flawless performances.
Rishi Kapoor and Dimple Kapadia’s nailed their debut film. It was the first Bollywood film that concentrated on a teenage romance with a rich vs. poor clash. Kapadia wore a swimming costume in this film which created much hype. Additionally, the song ‘Hum Tum Ek Kamre Mein Bandh Ho’ became a rage for obvious reasons!
Probably a done-to-death story line about two twins who are separated at birth and are brought up in very different set-ups. Eventually, they swap places. Hema Malini, who played the lead role in this film, received a lot of critical acclaim for her performance.
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