Old Bollywood movie poster of the Hindi film, Dhool Ka Phool (1959) for sale.
This is an actual surviving original vintage Bollywood movie poster of the 1959 Hindi film that was produced by B. R. Chopra and directed by the “King of Bollywood Romance,” Yash Chopra.
Dhool Ka Phool marked the debut of Yash Chopra as director, making this poster highly collectible!
After working as an assistant director for several B. R. Chopra films like Naya Daur, Yash Chopra went on to begin his directorial career with Dhool Ka Phool. The film was based on a national integration theme and featured the classic song, “Tu Hindu banega na Musalman banega, Insaan ki aulaad hai Insaan banega.”
Printed and circulated during the first release run of the film (late 1950s), this old hand painted Bollywood movie poster was originally designed for publicity of the film but never ended up being used.
This vintage Bollywood movie poster features stunning hand painted artwork created by one of the greatest Bollywood poster designers of his time, V.G. Parchure of Pamart Studio. A stunning hand painted portrait of the lead couple Rajendra Kumar and Mala Sinha in a romantic pose is seen prominently on the poster. The poster is set against a red background.
Originally hand painted on canvas by master Bollywood poster painter V.G. Parchure, this vintage Bollywood poster bears his printed signature in the name of his art studio on the bottom right.
Hand painted vintage Bollywood poster of the Hindi film Chhoti Bahen (1959) for sale.
This is an actual surviving old poster of the 1959 Bollywood movie that was made in black and white. Starring actress Nanda, this poster was printed and circulated several years after the first release of the film (1970s). This hand painted old Bollywood movie poster was originally designed for publicity of the film but never ended up being used.
The poster was originally designed on a hand painted canvas and also features a black and white still photograph pasted on the bottom corner, making it a hybrid of sorts in terms of design techniques used. Large and realistic hand painted portraits of the lead actors are seen at the top. The poster features a distinctly feminine hand (seen wearing bangles) tying the bond of protection called “rakhi” on a male hand. This is symbolic to the Raksha Bandhan festival celebrated in India wherein a sister ties a bond of protection or a “rakhi” on her brother’s wrist. The typography used in this poster is entirely in Devanagari Hindi except for a translated English title on the bottom left.
Chhoti Bahen (Younger Sister) is a 1959 Hindi film that stars Nanda in the title role, and Balraj Sahni, Shyama and Rehman. The film is about two brothers doting over their younger sister. The music of the film is composed by the highly successful composer duo in Bollywood, Shankar-Jaikishan.