Super Star Rajesh Khanna

Super Star Rajesh Khanna

Friday, February 5, 2016

Kis Kaam Ke Yeh Rishte - 1995

Birodh - 1994

Police Ke Peechhe Police - 1989

Raj Kapoor - 1987

Mohabbat Ki Kasam - 1986

Introduction :

Mohabbat Ki Kasam (Hindi: मोहब्बत की कसम) is a 1986 hindi movie action melodrama film directed by K. Pappu. It stars Amjad Khan, Kulbhushan Kharbanda and Tanuja, with special appearances from two of Bollywood's biggest stars, Dharmendra and Rajesh Khanna. Produced by P. B. Pictures, it features music by Kamalkant. The lyricist was Kulwant Jani. The director of photography was Sushil Chopra, with Vinod Mehra and Moon Moon Sen in lead roles, with Anita Raj, Shoma Anand, Paintal and Imtiaz Khan forming an ensemble cast.

Summary :

Two brothers, Thakur Vikram Singh (Kulbhushan Kharbanda), and Baseera Singh (Amjad Khan) live in the same village. Baseera is resentful that Vikram has got all he ever wanted, the estate, the wealth, the title, and lovely wife (Kaushalya Tanuja). Baseera, unable to control his anger, kills one of Vikram's men, and is sentenced to be hanged until death. Baseera leaves the legacy of revenge and hatred with his son, Jageera. Vikram undertakes to look after his nephew as his own, and he already has a son. Additionally, Vikram also adopts a boy as his son.

Jageera, now grown up, backlashes against the family; Vikram's son is killed, and the adopted son is accused of having sexual relationship with Vikram's daughter-in-law. And the person to pronounce the sentence is non other than fair-minded and generous Thakur Vikram Singh.

Star Cast :

Super Star Rajesh Khanna as Krishna
Amjad Khan as Baseera Singh
Kulbhushan Kharbanda as Thakur Vikram Singh
Tanuja as Kaushalya Singh
Moon Moon Sen as Radha
Dharmendra as a shop-owner
Anita Raaj as the shop-owner's wife
Vinod Mehra as a Dancer/Singer
Shoma Anand as a Dancer/Singer
Master Bhagwan as a Dancer
Guddi Maruti as a Student
Paintal as Professor Lallu
Rajesh Puri as a Dancer

Other Film Crew's :

Directed by K. Pappu
Produced by Sohan Singh Billa
Story by Mohan Singh Baggad 
Dialogue by Madan Joshi
Screenplay by K. Pappu
Music by Kamalkant
Cinematography Sushil Chopra
Edited by Deepak Pal
Production Company : P. B. Pictures
Release year :1986
Language : Hindi
Country :  India

Music Sound Track :

The lyrics were written by Kulwant Jani
Music director was Kamalkant, 
Playback  Singers : Mahendra Kapoor, Shabbir Kumar, Alka Yagnik and Shailendra Singh.

Songs :

S.No.    Title of the Song   Playback Singer

1 "Rabba Rabba Dil Gaya" - by  Shabbir Kumar and Alka Yagnik
2 "Tere Mere Pyar Ka Dushman Zamana Ho Gaya" - by Shabbir Kumar
3 "Jahan Pasina Gire Yaar Ka" - by Shailendra Singh and  Shabbir Kumar
4 "Dil Ka Tarana Tarana Gayenge Hum Tum" - Shabbir Kumar and Alka Yagnik
5 "Nazar Se Pilane Ka Wada" - by Mahendra Kapoor and  Alka Yagnik

Waapsi - 1986

Om - 1986

Bayen Haath Ka Khel - 1985

Aar Paar - 1985

Film Hi Film - 1983

Khoon Aur Paani - 1981

Bharosa - 1981

Star Cast :

  • Rajesh Khanna,
  • Zaheera, 
  • Sujit Kumar, 
  • Pradeep Kumar,
  • Om Prakash,
  • Madan Puri,
  • Mumtaz Begum

Other Film Crew's :

  • Director: Meraj
  • Music Director(s): Rahul Dev Burman
  • Lyricist(s): Gulzar (Sampooran Singh Kalra)
  • Release on: 1st January, 1981

Dushman Dost - 1981

Sundara Satarkar - 1981 (Marathi Movie)

Sundara Satarkar (Marathi Movie)

Marathi Name: सुंदर सातारकर

Release Dates: 01 May 1981 (India)

Ashok Saraf,
Usha Naik,
Ramesh Bhatkar,
Nilu Phule,
Madhu Kambikar
Rajesh Khanna (Special Appearance).


Director : P. D. Nikalankar
Music Director : Vishwanath More
Screenplay Writer : Vidyadhar Gokhale
Editor : Prabhakar Nikalankar
Genres : Comedy

Bebus - 1979

Majnoon - 1979

Cinema Cinema - 1979

Tinku - 1977

  • Super Star Rajesh Khanna,
  • Dharmendra,
  • Hema Malini,
  • Vinod Mehra,
  • Om Shivpuri,
  • Murad,
  • Raza Murad,
  • Rishikesh

Director : Kalpataru
Music Director  : Laxmikant Pyarelal
Lyricis : Anand Bakshi

Baithiye Meri Mehfil Me by Lata MangeshkarDownload5:18
Koche Kurban Wai by Kishore Kumar

Hatyara - 1977

Ginny Aur Johnny - 1976


Star Cast :
  • Mehmood as Johnny
  • Baby Ginni as Ginni
  • Amjad Khan as Gabbar Singh
  • Helen as Johnny's Girl-Friend
  • Super Star Rajesh Khanna as Inspector in Special Appearance
  • Bhushan Tiwari
  • Nutan as Rosie's sister
  • Randhir Kapoor as Dabbu
  • Vinod Mehra
  • Rishi Kapoor as Guest Role
  • Hema Malini as Rosie (Ginny's Mother)
  • Rakesh Roshan
  • Preeti Ganguly as Sweety
  • Imtiaz Khan as Inspector (Brother of Gabbar Singh)
  • Sunder
  • Asit Sen as Hawaldaar
  • Dev Kumar as Police Commissioner

Summary :

   Ginny Aur Johnny is a 1976 Hindi movie. Produced by Amarlal Chabria and directed by Mehmood the film stars Mehmood, Amjad Khan, Helen, Hema Malini, Rishi Kapoor, Randhir Kapoor, Vinod Mehra, Rakesh Roshan and Baby Ginny, who is Mehmood's own daughter. Ginny Aur Johnny is a dramedy (Comedy-Drama) movie. The film is based on Hollywood movie Paper Moon.

     The story is of a man named Johnny (Mehmood) and a nine years old girl Ginny who is Mehmood’s daughter. Ginny’s mother Rosie (Hema Malini) dies in an accident and Ginny is left alone. Johnny comes to visit Rosie and during this time he comes to know about her death. Thus, her villagers request’s Johnny to take Ginny in an orphanage at Ooty.

   On the other hand, Johnny who is a con man, visits those places where somebody had died and by taking their names he sells holy books to the families. While travelling to Ooty he continues his work. The journey consists beautiful slapstick events and how they banter with each other.

Music Sound Track :
  1. Music by Rajesh Roshan.
  2. Lyrics by 
S.No. Song Title Playback  Singer(s)
  1.   "Kahoon Kya Tumse Apni Dastan" - by  Mohd Rafi and Lata Mangeshkar
  2.   "Jab Tu Badi Ho Jayegi" - by Kishore Kumar and Vijayata Pandit
  3.   "Johnny Ko Maine To Jaana Hai - 1" - by Kishore Kumar and Vijayata Pandit
  4.   "Sun Ginnya" - by Kishore Kumar and Vijayata Pandit
  5.   "Johnny Mera Naam Hai - 1" - by  Kishore Kumar
  6.   "Johnny Mera Naam Hai - 2" - by Kishore Kumar
  7.   "Johnny Ko Maine To Jaana Hai - 2" - by  Kishore Kumar and Vijayata Pandit

Sawa Lakh Se Ek Ladaun - 1976

Badhti Ka Naam Dadhi - 1974

Bombay Super Star - 1973

Bangaru Babu - 1973

Shrimanji - 1968