Relive the Rajesh Khanna screen magic with his celebrated movies on Tata Play all day long

Relive the Rajesh Khanna screen magic with his celebrated movies on Tata Play all day long

Khamoshi is a 1969 black and white drama film directed by Asit Sen based on the Bengali short story Nurse Mitra. Khamoshi’s plot revolves around Radha, played by Waheeda Rehman, who works in a hospital and has her heart broken by a patient. Rajesh Khanna’s character, Arun Choudhary, is admitted to this hospital and Radha is assigned to him. The two heartbroken souls bond over their shared past. Khamoshi is also well-known for its excellent black-and-white cinematography.
Amar Prem is a remake of Arabinda Mukherjee’s 1970 Bengali film Nishi Padma.The film is about a schoolboy who is abused by his stepmother and befriends a prostitute next door. Sharmila Tagore plays a prostitute with a golden heart, Rajesh Khanna plays a lonely businessman, and Vinod Mehra plays adult Nandu, the young child for whom they both care.
The film is also noted for its music that is bound to touch your soul.
Aradhana is an award-winning romantic drama film starring Sharmila Tagore as Vandana and Rajesh Khanna as Arun. Aradhana’s story is set in Darjeeling, where Arun and Vandana fall in love and have a shotgun wedding in the hills. When Arun is killed in an air crash, Vandana’s world comes crashing down around her. Aradhana creates an incredibly durable magic on screen through its characters, story line, lyrics, and music.

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