Old Bollywood still photo set of the hit Hindi film, Johny Mera Naam (1970) for sale.
This is an actual surviving set of old Bollywood lobby cards of the 1970 hit Hindi film that starred the evergreen star of Bollywood, Dev Anand in the lead role opposite dream girl Hema Malini.
Printed and circulated during the original first release of the film (late 1960s / early 1970s), this set of three Dev Anand old photo stills was printed for publicity of the film inside a cinema hall.
These old Dev Anand photo stills were printed and issued to a cinema hall that actually screened the film but never ended up being used.
Johny Mera Naam (My Name is Johny) is a 1970 Hindi film starring Dev Anand and Pran in the lead roles as brothers separated during childhood. The film is considered a Dev Anand classic and was the highest grossing Bollywood film of 1970s.
The film is remembered till date for its blockbuster song, “Pal Bhar Ke Liye” sung by Kishore Kumar and picturized on Dev Anand and Hema Malini. The song is believed to be used at the end of The Simpsons episode Kiss Kiss, Bang Bangalore in 2006.
Dev Anand is considered one of the greatest actors in Indian cinema, with a career spanning over 65 years during which he appeared in over 100 films as lead actor.
Black and white old Bollywood movie stills of the Hindi film, Char Dil Char Rahen (1959) for sale.
This is an actual surviving set of old Bollywood lobby cards of the 1959 Hindi film that starred the two most successful actors in Indian cinema, Raj Kapoor and Shammi Kapoor in lead roles.
Featured here for sale is a rare surviving set of Bollywood movie lobby cards of the film Char Dil Char Rahen (1959) comprising a total of 20 old Bollywood movie stills!
Printed and circulated during the original first release of the film (late 1950s), these old Bollywood black and white pictures were printed for publicity of the film inside a cinema hall.
This beautiful vintage set comprising 20 old Bollywood movie stills was designed and printed for publicity of the film inside a cinema hall. The corners of each lobby card display visible pin hole markings – tell tale signs of being pinned on the notice board of a movie theater.