|Film||Geeta Mera Naam (Sometimes also spelled as “Geetaa Mera Naam.” English translation: My Name is Geeta)|
|Cast||Sunil Dutt, Feroz Khan, Sadhana, Helen, Rajendra Nath, Ramesh Deo, Achala Sachdev, Agha, Keshto Mukerjee & Junior Mehmood|
|Size||40.25″ x 30.25″ inches (Standard movie poster size or single sheet)|
|Condition||★★★★ Near Mint|
|Artwork||Hand painted / Hand drawn|
|Printer||Jayshree Printers Calcutta|
|Packing||Rolled into unbreakable tube|
Geeta Mera Naam
Indian film poster for sale: Geetaa Mera Naam (1974).
This is an actual surviving original Bollywood poster of the old 1974 Hindi film that featured actress Sadhana Shivdasani in a double role opposite Feroz Khan and Sunil Dutt.
Produced by R. K. Nayyar, Geeta Mera Naam was directed by his wife, Sadhana Shivdasani. The film also starred Helen, Rajendra Nath, Ramesh Deo, Achala Sachdev, Agha, Keshto Mukerjee and Junior Mehmood in supporting roles.
Printed and circulated during a subsequent release run of the film in Kolkata (somewhere in the 1970s), this old Indian film poster was originally designed for publicity of the film but never ended up being used.
Geeta Mera Naam is responsible for reviving the career of Sunil Dutt, whose acting career was at a standstill before this film was released. His role as a villain in the film won him mass appeal, making this Geeta Mera Naam poster, highly collectible!
This old Indian film poster was originally designed in hand drawn format on canvas by a Bollywood poster art studio in Kolkata. A stunning illustrated portrait of anti-hero Sunil Dutt and lead protagonist Feroz Khan locked in a sword fight is seen in this hand drawn Bollywood poster.
A large side profile of actress Sadhana is seen painted on the left side of the poster. Typography used in the poster is primarily in English, with the film’s title translated in Devanagari Hindi as well at the bottom. A stunning shade of blue is used in the background of this two color hand drawn Bollywood poster.
Geetaa Mera Naam (1974) tells the story of four children who are separated at a fair and unknowingly reunite years later – a popular theme that was explored in several other films in Indian cinema. The soundtrack album of the film was composed by hit duo Laxmikant-Pyarelal while songs were sung by Lata Mangeshkar, Mohammed Rafi and Asha Bhosle.