Vintage Indian mythology poster for sale of the old Bollywood movie, Hanuman Vijay Yane Jai Shri Ram (1974).
This is an actual surviving old Bollywood poster for sale of the 1974 Indian mythology film that was produced by Homi Wadia and directed by the pioneer of special effects in Indian cinema, Babubhai Mistry.
This Indian mythology poster was originally designed and printed for publicity of the first release of the film (somewhere in the early 1970s) but never ended up being used.
Hanuman Vijay was an Indian mythology film that chronicled the story of Lord Hanuman.
This Indian mythology poster was originally hand painted on canvas by a leading art studio in Bombay. Lord Hanuman is seen prominently in the center carrying a tree in his hands. Beautiful hand painted portraits of Lord Ram and Sita are seen at the bottom of this Indian mythology poster.
Old hand painted Bollywood movie poster of the Fearless Nadia Hindi film, Khiladi (1968) for sale.
Featured here for sale is an original vintage hand painted Bollywood movie poster of the 1968 Indian film that starred Mary Evans, better known as “Fearless Nadia” or “Nadia Hunterwali” in the lead role.
Born in Australia, Fearless Nadia was one of the earliest actresses in Indian cinema to star in lead (primarily women-oriented action-packed) roles. In her illustrious career, Fearless Nadia starred in dozens of films produced and directed by Homi Wadia, starting from her debut in the film Hunterwali (1935).
Khiladi was Fearless Nadia’s last role in films, making this poster, highly collectible!
After a gap of nearly a decade, Fearless Nadia returned to the big screen in her late fifties in the film Khiladi. Her flamboyant James Bond styled character code-named “Living Fireball” was the highlight of the film.
Printed and circulated during the original release of the film (late 1960s), this hand painted Bollywood movie poster was originally designed for publicity of the Fearless Nadia film but never ended up being used.
This old Bollywood poster features quirky hand painted artwork and was designed originally on canvas. Fearless Nadia is seen in her stuntwoman element, wielding machine guns in this very vintage hand painted Bollywood movie poster. A flying helicopter is seen with explosions in the background, suggesting the action packed theme of the film.