Old Bollywood movie poster of the super hit Hindi film, Trishul (1978) for sale.
This is an actual surviving vintage Bollywood movie poster of the 1978 film that starred the greatest superstar of Indian cinema, Amitabh Bachchan in the lead role.
Printed and circulated during the first release of the film (somewhere in the late 1970s), this Amitabh Bachchan old movie poster was originally designed for publicity of the film but never ended up being used.
This old Amitabh movie poster features stunning hand painted artwork created by one of the highest paid and most sought after Bollywood poster designers of his time, Diwakar Karkare of Studio Diwakar fame. A stunning hand painted portrait of the “Angry Young Man of Bollywood,” Amitabh Bachchan is seen at the bottom. True to his style he uses in most Amitabh Bachchan movie posters, Bollywood poster artist Diwakar Karkare paints Amitabh’s face in a fiery shade of red, signifying anger.
Superbly painted portraits of the other lead actors Shashi Kapoor and Sanjeev Kumar are seen on the top and center respectively of this old Amitabh movie poster.
Originally hand painted on canvas by master Bollywood poster painter Diwakar Karkare, this Amitabh Bachchan old movie poster bears his printed signature on the bottom right.
Trishul (1978) is a super hit Bollywood movie directed by Yash Chopra starring the greatest superstar of Indian cinema, Amitabh Bachchan. The film’s script was written by the hit writer duo Salim-Javed, and music composed by ace music director Khayyam. The film’s success at the box office prompted a subsequent remake in Tamil by Rajnikanth.
Rare surviving set of old Satyajit Ray movie stills of the highly acclaimed Hindi movie Shatranj Ke Khilari (1977) for sale.
This is an actual surviving set of old Satyajit Ray movie stills of the 1977 film Shatranj Ke Khilari that was written and directed by India’s finest filmmaker.
Featured here for sale is a highly collectible set of seven Shatranj Ke Khilari photos in unused condition!
Printed and circulated a few years after the first release of the film (1980s), this set of seven Satyajit Ray movie stills was printed for publicity of the film inside a cinema hall but never ended up being used.