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Rajesh Khanna movie poster for sale: Hum Dono old film

Hum Dono

Rajesh Khanna movie poster for sale: Hum Dono (1985).

Featured here is an actual surviving original vintage Bollywood poster of the 1985 comedy action drama directed and edited by B.S. Glaad that starred the first superstar of India cinema, Rajesh Khanna in a double role opposite Hema Malini and Reena Roy.

Produced by Tony Glaad and released under the Happy Films (India) banner, Hum Dono (1985) also starred Johnny Walker, Jagdeep, Mukri, Mohan Choti, Roopesh Kumar, Keshto Mukherjee, Asit Sen, Shubha Khote, Om Shivpuri, Piloo Wadia, Dinesh Hingoo, Viju Khote, Madhu Malini and Iftekhar in supporting roles. Shammi, Sudhir and Premnath made special appearances in the film.

Printed and circulated during the film’s first release in theaters (somewhere in 1985), this Rajesh Khanna movie poster was originally designed for publicity of the film but never ended up being used.

Originally designed in hand painted oil on canvas format by a Bollywood poster designer from Bombay, this Indian comedy movies poster features a striking design.

Superstar Rajesh Khanna is seen illustrated in large close up portraits arranged in symmetry on the top against a minimal white background. He appears laughing on the left and smoking on the right. The artwork captures the two identical twins in their character – one a happy go lucky simpleton and the other an honest doctor.

Two full figure hand painted portraits at the bottom of this Rajesh Khanna movie poster feature the star dancing with his two leading ladies, i.e. with Hema Malini on the left and with Reena Roy on the right. The dual portraits give away the double role plot of the film.

The background features an interesting mix of hues of pink, yellow and green that start below the close up portraits. Vintage hand drawn stars and motifs are seen dotting this vintage Bollywood poster.

Typography used in this vintage Hum Dono poster is entirely in English, with the title standing out in red accentuated with a black border giving it a 3D appearance.

The soundtrack album of Hum Dono (1985) was composed by one of the greatest composers of Indian cinema, R.D. Burman. while lyrics were written by Anand Bakshi. It featured the catchy track, “Sunle Zameen Aasman, Sunle Yeh Sara Jahan” sung by Kishore Kumar and Asha Bhosle.

Hum Dono (1985) was a remake of the old Telugu film Sommokadidhi Sokokadidhi (1979) (dubbed and released in Tamil as Iru Nilavugal and in Malayalam as Jeevikkaan Padikkanam) that featured Kamal Haasan in a double role.

Ginny Aur Johnny

Indian comedy movies poster for sale: Ginny Aur Johnny (1976).

Featured here is an actual surviving original vintage Bollywood poster of the 1976 comedy drama directed by Bollywood’s legendary comedian Mehmood that starred him in the lead role as “Johnny” along with his real life daughter Ginny.

Mehmood fondly introduced his daughter Ginny in the opening credits of the film as, “The most lovable, adorable, sensational discovery of the decade.”

Produced by Amarlal P. Chhabria and released under the Balaji Arts banner, Ginny Aur Johnny (1976) also starred Helen and Bhushan Tiwari in supporting roles. Several well wishers of Mehmood, including Hema Malini, Nutan, Amjad Khan, Rajesh Khanna, Rishi Kapoor, Randhir Kapoor, Vinod Mehra, Keshto Mukherjee, Asit Sen, Piloo Wadia, Anwar Hussain, Nazir Hussain, Mukri, Leela Mishra, Mohan Choti, Polson and Ruby Myers (Sulochana) made special appearances in the film.

Written by Abrar Alvi, Ginny Aur Johnny (1976) was an unofficial adaptation of the Academy Award winning Hollywood film, Paper Moon (1973). Just like its American counterpart, the film starred real life father and daughter playing con artists in an on the road comedy drama. To localize the story to an Indian setting, the two are depicted selling expensive Holy books of all three dominant religions in the country, i.e. The Bible, The Bhagwad Gita and The Quran.

Printed and circulated during the film’s first release in theaters (somewhere in 1976), this Ginny Aur Johnny poster was originally designed for publicity of the film but never ended up being used.

Originally designed in hand painted oil on canvas format by legendary Bollywood poster designer D.R. Bhosle, this Indian comedy movies poster features a striking design.

Known for his restrained approach and minimal backgrounds, master Bollywood poster painter D.R. Bhosle depicts comedian Mehmood sitting on the hood of his red vintage convertible at the center. He is seen wearing vintage sunglasses and holding on to a Holy book and a newspaper in his hand.

Baby Ginny is illustrated below in her mischievous and bratty element. She is seen making a face and hiding hundred rupee bills in her doll. The background, as is with a wide majority of Bollywood posters hand painted by D.R. Bhosle, is kept a minimal white. Only the three Holy books, i.e. The Bible, The Bhagwad Gita and The Quran are seen illustrated all around the poster on the top. The red convertible that the two lead actors are shown driving in their road trip is also seen on the top right of this Indian comedy movies poster.

Typography used in this vintage Ginny Aur Johnny movie poster is entirely in Devanagari Hindi, with the title translated in English as well. The main Devanagari Hindi title stands out in blue accentuated with a yellow border.

The soundtrack album of Ginny Aur Johnny (1976) was composed by Rajesh Roshan, while lyrics were written by Majrooh Sultanpuri. It featured the catchy track, “Johnny Mera Naam Hai” sung by Kishore Kumar.

Pratiggya poster for sale: Old Bollywood Dharmendra movie

Pratiggya

Pratiggya poster for sale.

Featured here is an actual surviving original vintage Bollywood poster of the 1975 action comedy directed by Dulal Guha that starred real life couple, Dharmendra and Hema Malini in lead roles.

Produced by Bikram Singh and Ajit Singh and released under the Bikramjeet Films banner, Pratiggya (1975) also starred Ajit, Keshto Mukherjee, Abhi Bhattacharya, Jagdeep, Satyen Kappu, Sapru, Leela Mishra, Nazir Hussain, Johnny Walker & Madhu Malini in supporting roles. Pradeep Kumar and Urmila Bhatt made special appearances in the film.

Edited by Bimal Roy, Pratiggya (1975) was a unique story that combined revenge with slapstick comedy. A major commercial success, the film featured superstar Dharmendra in a double role.

Printed and circulated during the film’s first release in theaters (somewhere in 1975), this Pratiggya poster was originally designed for publicity of the film but never ended up being used.

Originally designed in hand painted oil on canvas format by Indian cinema’s most sought after and highest paid movie poster designer, Diwakar Karkare of Studio Diwakar fame, this Dharmendra poster features a striking design.

Actress Hema Malini is seen in a large close up portrait in her character of a young free spirited village girl in this Pratiggya poster. Her hair covered with a dupatta, she is illustrated wearing rustic village jewelry. Master Bollywood poster painter Diwakar captures her smile and boundless energy perfectly in this striking illustration, focusing largely on the depth of her eyes.

A smaller over painted photographic still of the lead couple, Dharmendra and Hema Malini, taken from the song “Uth Neend Se Mirzia Jaag Jaa” sung by Lata Mangeshkar and Mohammed Rafi is seen on the bottom left of this old Bollywood poster. The two appear dressed in qawwali outfits, dancing together, with Dharmendra seen on his knees as if proposing to Hema Malini holding her hand.

The background comprises a minimal soothing pastel shade, with small hand drawn retro flowers breaking up the monotony and giving it a romantic feel. Typography used in this vintage Pratiggya poster is entirely in Devanagari Hindi, with the title standing our in blue accentuated with a yellow border.

The soundtrack album of Pratiggya (1975) was composed by hit duo Laxmikant-Pyarelal, while lyrics were written by Anand Bakshi. The album is fondly remembered for the unforgettable classic, “Main Jat Yamla Pagla Deewana” sung by Mohammed Rafi. Over the years, the song has become the defining track of superstar Dharmendra and was even used as the title of a trilogy featuring him along with his sons – Yamla Pagla Deewana (2011), Yamla Pagla Deewana 2 (2013) & Yamla Pagla Deewana 3 (2018).

Chinatown movie poster for sale: Old vintage Bollywood film

China Town

China Town movie poster for sale.

Featured here is an original vintage Bollywood poster of the 1962 black and white Hindi romantic comedy produced and directed by Shakti Samanta that starred the Elvis Presley of India, Shammi Kapoor in a double role opposite actress Shakila.

China Town (1962) also starred Helen, Madan Puri, S.N. Banerjee, Kanu Roy, Mridula Rani, Rashid Khan, Jeevan Kala, M.B. Shetty, Keshav Rana, Tun Tun, Gautam Mukherjee, Samson, Keshto Mukherjee and Polson in supporting roles.

Printed and circulated during a subsequent release run of the film in north Indian theaters (somewhere in the 1960s), this vintage Chinatown movie poster was made for publicity of the film but never ended up being used.

This old Bollywood poster was originally designed in hand painted oil on canvas format by an art studio in Delhi. A quirky side profile of actor Shammi Kapoor is seen on the top, while a large illustrated close up of actress Shakila is seen below. The actor’s hand is seen holding her face, which looks disproportionate given the scale and size of the two individually drawn portraits.

Supporting actress Helen wearing a Chinese collared dress appears hand painted at the bottom of this illustrated China Town movie poster. She is depicted seated at a table with a flower vase in front of her. The background behind her is bright yellow, which cuts across the blue on the top diagonally.

Typography used in this original Bollywood poster is primarily in English, with a translation of the title appearing in Devanagari Hindi as well as Urdu.

The soundtrack album of China Town (1962) was composed by Ravi, while lyrics were written by Majrooh Sultanpuri. One of the songs from the film, “Baar Baar Dekho” sung by Mohammed Rafi became a blockbuster upon it’s release and is regarded as a timeless classic that is fondly played till today.

Bikini movie posters for sale: Ahsaas old 1979 Bollywood film

Ahsaas

Bikini movie posters for sale: Ahsaas (1979).

This is an actual surviving old Bollywood poster of the 1979 Hindi film Ahsaas which starred newcomers Parvez and Dina in lead roles.

Produced by G. P. Sippy and directed by Surinder Suri, Ahsaas also starred Shammi Kapoor, Shashi Kapoor, Simi Garewal, Simple Kapadia, Bindu, Amjad Khan and Rakesh Bedi in supporting roles. Amitabh Bachchan and Bindiya Goswami made a special appearance in the film in the Lata Mangeshkar song, “Rootho Na, Rootho Na.”

The film marked the debut of actor Rakesh Bedi, who went on to carve a niche for himself in the world of comedy in both films as well as television.

Printed and circulated a few years after the debut release of the film (somewhere in the 1980s), this vintage Ahsaas movie poster was designed and printed for publicity of the film in northern India but never ended up being used.

This vintage bikini movie poster was originally designed in hand painted oil on canvas format by a poster art studio in Delhi.

A full length portrait of the lead couple Parvez and Dina is seen on the left. The actress has been illustrated wearing a two piece bikini suit – very risque for it’s time. This is one of the rare few Bollywood bikini movie posters ever made, making it highly collectible!

Large close ups of supporting actors Amjad Khan and Shammi Kapoor are seen hand drawn on the right of this old Bollywood poster. A quirky illustration featuring a fight scene is seen on the left. The background is a minimal light shade of lime except a few pastel shades used to depict the wall and the cityscape of the fight scene.

Typography used in this Ahsaas movie poster is a combination of both Devanagari Hindi as well as English. The Devanagari Hindi title appears in an interesting slanted diminishing font in light blue with a yellow border.

The soundtrack album of Ahsaas was composed by Bappi Lahiri. It featured memorable songs such as, “Kuch Khone Ko Dil Karta Hai” sung by Asha Bhosle and “Jo Na Chhote Hai Na Bade, Badi Mushkil Mein Woh Pade” sung by Kishore Kumar and Shailendra Singh.

Ab Ayega Mazaa poster for sale: Old Farooq Sheikh movie

Ab Ayega Mazaa

Ab Ayega Mazaa poster for sale.

Featured here is an actual surviving original vintage Bollywood poster of the 1984 Hindi romantic comedy co-written and directed by Pankaj Parashar that starred Farooq Sheikh and Anita Raj in key roles.

Produced by actors Alok Nath and Girija Shankar under the Madhur Pictures’ banner, Ab Ayega Mazaa (1984) also starred Ravi Baswani, Raja Bundela, Satish Kaushik, Rajesh Puri and S.M. Zaheer in supporting roles. Besides starring in the film as a supporting actor, Satish Kaushik also co-wrote the script of the film along with director Pankaj Parashar.

Printed and circulated during the first release of the film in theaters (somewhere in 1984), this Ab Ayega Mazaa poster was designed and printed for publicity of the film but never ended up being used.

This vintage Bollywood poster was originally designed in hand painted oil on canvas format by a leading art studio in Bombay. The printed signature of the Bollywood poster painter is seen on the bottom left of this old hand painted movie poster.

A striking portrait of lead actor Farooq Sheikh wearing his trademark jacket and holding a dry red rose in his hands is seen prominently in this Bollywood poster. The artwork is set against a minimal hand painted palette background which features soothing shades of green and lime.

Typography used in this Ab Ayega Mazaa movie poster is primarily in English, with only a translation of the title seen in Devanagari Hindi on the top right. The English title of the poster is seen in a heavily stylized calligraphy font forming the shape of an inverted heart. Rainbow colored striations are seen inside the title artwork, capturing the myriad of complex emotions associated with love.

The soundtrack album of Ab Ayega Mazaa (1984) was composed by debutant duo Anand-Milind, while lyrics were written by Sameer Anjaan. Besides memorable songs sung by both father and son Kishore Kumar and Amit Kumar, the album also featured the catchy number, “440 Volt Ki Ladki” sung by Pankaj Mitra and Udit Narayan.

Chori Chori posters for sale: Old Nargis Raj Kapoor movie poster

Chori Chori

Chori Chori poster for sale.

Featured here is a rare surviving original vintage Bollywood poster of the old 1956 hit romantic comedy directed by Anant Thakur that featured the Showman of Indian cinema, Raj Kapoor in the lead role opposite Nargis.

Chori Chori (1956) was inspired from the Hollywood cult classic starring Clark Gable, It Happened One Night (1934), which was the first film to win all five major Academy Awards.

Produced by Madras-based AVM Productions, Chori Chori (1956) was the production house’s first attempt at color, with a few of its iconic songs shot and released in Technicolor. It also featured Pran, Gope, David, Mukri and Bhagwan Dada in supporting roles, while Johnny Walker, Neelam and Maruti made a guest appearance.

Chori Chori (1956) was the last film that featured the hit pair of Nargis and Raj Kapoor together in lead roles, making this vintage Bollywood poster, highly collectible.

After Chori Chori (1956), Nargis would go on to appear in one final Raj Kapoor film, i.e. Jagte Raho (1956), albeit in a cameo role.

Printed and circulated during the film’s release run in theaters (somewhere in the late 1950s), this Raj Kapoor movie poster was designed and printed for publicity of the film but never ended up being used.

This Chori Chori poster was originally designed in hand painted oil on canvas format by a poster design studio in Madras. The printed signature of the artist in the name of his art studio is seen on the center right.

A stunning hand drawn portrait of Nargis leaning on Raj Kapoor’s shoulder is seen on the top. A photographic still of actor Pran tinted in green to reflect his negative character is seen below.

The portraits of the lead couple appear in deep contrasting colors. A yellow border accentuates the illustration, making the artwork stand out against the minimal white background. A sky blue border encases the artwork like a photo frame.

Typography used in this Chori Chori poster is entirely Devanagari Hindi, with a translation of the title seen in English as well as in Tamil. The main Hindi title is seen illustrated in red, sharply contrasting against a black strip in the background.

The soundtrack album of Chori Chori (1956) was composed by the leading composer duo of their time, Shankar Jaikishan. It was a blockbuster hit upon it’s release and is credited with giving Indian cinema unforgettable tracks such as: “Yeh Raat Bheegi Bheegi, Yeh Mast Fizayen,” “Aaja Sanam Madhur Chandni Mein Hum” and “Jahan Main Jaati Hoon, Wahi Chale Aate Ho” all sung by Lata Mangeshkar & Manna Dey and “Panchhi Banoon, Udti Phiroon” sung by Lata Mangeshkar.

For their stellar music arrangement in Chori Chori (1956), Shankar Jaikishan won the Filmfare Award for Best Music Director. It is believed that the duo adapted the tune of the traditional Italian folk song, “Tarantella Napoletana” for “Aaja Sanam Madhur Chandni Mein.”

The film was originally released only partly in color and the remaining in black and white. In 2013, it was remastered entirely and colourised.

Chori Chori (1956) inspired an unofficial remake in 1991 called “Dil Hai Ke Manta Nahin” directed by Mahesh Bhatt, starring Aamir Khan and Pooja Bhatt.

Old Kannada movie posters for sale: Miss Chalbaaz 1972

Miss Chalbaaz (Tingoo Agent 000)

Old Kannada movie posters for sale: Miss Chalbaaz (1972).

Featured here is an actual surviving original cinema poster of the old black and white Kannada comedy drama, Kulla Agent 000 (1972) that was dubbed and released in Hindi as Miss Chalbaaz (Tingoo Agent 000).

Directed by K.S.L. Swamy (Ravi) and written by Raj Joshi, Miss Chalbaaz (Tingoo Agent 000) starred Jyothi Lakshmi and Dwarakish in lead roles. Released under the Cinera banner, the film also starred Udayakumar, R. Sampath, Vajramuni, Shakthi Prasad, Suryakumar, Ranganath, Siddaramaiah, Srikanth, Justin, Jaya and Vijayabhanu in supporting roles.

Printed and circulated during the debut release of the film in theaters (somewhere in 1972), this old Kannada movie poster was originally designed for publicity of the film but never ended up being used.

This vintage Miss Chalbaaz poster was originally designed in hand painted oil on canvas format by a poster design studio in Bombay. The printed signature of Bollywood poster painter Manohar Sudam is seen on the bottom left.

A striking hand drawn portrait of actress Jyothi Lakshmi is seen dominating this old Kannada movie poster. She is seen wearing a tight green sleeveless top, with both her fists tightly clenched. Jyothi Lakshmi is depicted in a glamorous look, wearing green eye shadow matching her top and red lipstick. Bollywood poster artist Manohar Sudam takes the liberty to depict the actress with an accentuated perky chest.

Fiery red and orange hues have been used to illustrate the background, which stands out in stark contrast to the actress’ green top. A smaller black and white still photograph of a native tribal charging with a machete is seen at the center. The actress is seen in another black and white photographic still at the bottom delivering a kick to the neck.

The fiery shades and contrast in this vintage Miss Chalbaaz poster give it an eye catchy appearance. Typography used in this old Kannada movie poster is primarily in English, with only the title translated in Devanagari Hindi on the top left. The text uses yellow, black and white shades which stand out against the red background.

The soundtrack album of Miss Chalbaaz (1972) was composed by Rajan Nagendra. It featured the hit song “Aadu Aata Aadu” in the original Kannada version, i.e. Kulla Agent 000 (1972). The same was sung in Hindi by legendary singer Mahendra Kapoor as “Aao Raja Rani.”

Garam Masala poster: Aruna Irani Mehmood old movie

Garam Masala

Garam Masala poster for sale.

Featured here is an actual surviving original vintage Bollywood poster of the 1973 Hindi comedy directed by Aspi Irani that starred Aruna Irani in the titular role as “Garam Masala” along with comedian Mehmood.

Produced by noted Bollywood poster designer C. Mohan (Chandramohan Gupta) and released under the Balaji Kala Mandir banner, Garam Masala (1973) also starred Jeevan, Bindu, Tun Tun, Anwar Hussain, Mini Mahmood and Polson in supporting roles. Superstar Amitabh Bachchan made a special appearance in the film along with Ashok Kumar, Jeetendra and Hema Malini.

Printed and circulated during the initial release run of the film in theaters (somewhere in the early 1970s), this vintage Bollywood poster was originally designed for publicity of the film but never ended up being used.

This Garam Masala poster was originally designed in hand painted oil on canvas format by a Bollywood poster design studio in Bombay.

Actress Aruna Irani is seen in a striking hand drawn portrait undoing the strings of her blouse, giving this old Bollywood poster a highly suggestive look. Comedian Mehmood is seen in a smaller illustration alongside dressed in a fencing cape outfit, wearing an eye mask.

The two portraits are seen encased inside a palace, illustrated using hand painted motif style. The background is a minimal white, which makes the artwork stand out.

Typography used in this original Garam Masala poster is entirely in Devanagari Hindi, with the title seen in blue matching the shade used in the palace motif above.

The soundtrack album of Garam Masala (1973) was composed by one of the greatest composers in Bollywood, R.D. Burman. It featured the notable song “Tum Jaise Ko Payal Mein Bandh Loon” sung by Asha Bhosle.

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