Reissue Bollywood poster of the Raj Kapoor cult classic, Sangam (1964) for sale.
Featured here for sale is a recent reissue Bollywood poster of the super hit Hindi film Sangam, directed and produced by the Showman of Indian cinema Raj Kapoor, featuring him in a leading role opposite Vyjayanthimala. The love triangle also starred Rajendra Kumar.
Released in Technicolor, Sangam was Raj Kapoor’s first color film, and is considered one of his finest.
Printed and circulated somewhere in the early 2000s, this reissue Bollywood movie poster was originally designed for publicity of the recent re-release of the film but never ended up being used.
Raj Kapoor is seen prominently playing the accordion on the left. A beautiful still photo of actress Vyjayanthimala appears alongside. Rajendra Kumar is seen in a smaller still on the top.
The poster capitalizes on the two Filmfare awards (Best Director & Best Actress) bagged by the film with an announcement on the top.
The magnum opus spared no expense in its shoot, with many scenes shot in exotic foreign locations such as Venice, Paris, and Switzerland. Sangam is credited with starting the trend of shooting expensive song sequences in foreign locations outside India.
The music album of the film was a blockbuster. Songs like “Bol Radha Bol,” “Dost Dost Na Raha,” “Har Dil Jo Pyaar Karega,” “Yeh Mera Prem Patra,” “Main Kya Karoon Ram” are fondly remembered and played till date.
Reissue Bollywood poster of the Raj Kapoor cult classic, Shree 420 (1955) for sale.
Featured here for sale is a recent reissue Bollywood poster of the cult Hindi film Shree 420 (translated as Mr. 420 and sometimes also spelled as Shri 420).
Shree 420 is a 1955 Bollywood classic directed and produced by the Showman of Indian cinema Raj Kapoor, featuring him in a leading role opposite Nargis. Printed and circulated somewhere in the early 2000s, this reissue Bollywood movie poster was originally designed for publicity of the recent re-release of the film but never ended up being used.
Raj Kapoor is seen prominently in his classic Tramp avatar in this Shree 420 poster. Nargis is seen resplendent in white in the background.
An iconic scene from the film depicting Raj Kapoor and Nargis holding an umbrella on a rainy night, singing the blockbuster hit song, “Pyar hua ikrar hua” is seen on the top right of this Shree 420 poster.
The “Pyar hua ikrar hua” image depicting Raj Kapoor and Nargis singing and dancing under a shared umbrella in pouring rain is regarded as one of the most iconic images in Bollywood.
Shree 420 is widely regarded as a classic in Indian cinema. Raj Kapoor is remembered as the greatest showman in Indian cinema – an all rounder who produced, directed as well as starred in some of the leading films of his time.
In Shree 420, Raj Kapoor’s character is heavily influenced by Charlie Chaplin’s “little tramp”, similar to his character in a film that released four years prior in 1951 called Awaara. The film has to its credit some of the greatest songs ever made in Bollywood such as “Mera Joota Hai Japani” (My shoes are Japanese), which went on to become a patriotic symbol of the newly independent India. In India, Shree 420 became the highest grossing film of the year (1955). In Russia, Shree 420 received mass appeal and made Raj Kapoor a household name.
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.