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Old Bollywood Movies Handmade Posters

A film poster became the mark of creativity for publicity on which they paint the selected characters of movie to attract audience inside the dark theatres for more than two hours. With the time and technology advancement the handmade posters was replaced by photographs. It is very hard to pick some famous hand painted posters that Bollywood had produced but although we have selected 10 old Bollywood movies hand painted posters from 60’s 70’s and 80’s movies:

  • Mughal-E-Azam
Mughal-E-Azam
(Pic Source : Pinterest)

Release date: 5 August 1960

Director: K. Asif

Cast: Madhubala (Anarkali), Dilip Kumar (Prince Saleem), Prithviraj Kapoor (Emperor Akbar), Durga Khote (Maharani Jodha Bai), Nigar Sultana (Bahar)

Story: This movie is about Prince Saleem falls in love with a court dancer Anarkali and battles with his emperor father Akbar.

Famous Dialogues: “Mera dil aapka hindustan nahi jis par aap hukumat kare

“Salim tujhe marne nahi dega, aur hum tujhe jeene nahi denge”

  • Kati Patang
Kati Patang
(Pic Source: Ravepad)

Release date: December 01, 1970

Director: Shakti Samanta

Cast: Rajesh Khanna (Kamal Sinha), Asha Parekh (Madhavi “Madhu”), Prem Chopra (Kailash), Bindu (Shabnam ‘Shaboo’), Daisy Irani (Ramaiya)

Story: Kati Patang is about a young girl who while trying to run away from her past meets her widowed friend. The friend dies in an accident, leaving her behind with her child.

Famous Dialogues: “Na koi tarang hai, na koi umang hai … meri zindagi bhi kya ek kati patang hai”

Agar sharaab dukhon ko mitta sakti … toh har aadmi sharaabi ban jata”

  • Sholay
Sholay
(Pic Source: Pinterest)

Release date: 15 August 1975

Director: Ramesh Sippy

Cast: Amitabh Bachchan (Jai), Dharmendra (Veeru), Hema Malini(Basanti), Amjad Khan (Gabbar Singh), Jaya Bhaduri Bachchan (Radha), Sanjeev Kumar (Thakur Baldev Singh)

Story: Jai and Veeru, two small-time crooks, are hired by Thakur Baldev Singh, a retired policeman, to help him to kill Gabbar Singh, a bandit, who has spread havoc in the village of Ramgarh.

Famous Dialogues: “Basanti In Kutton Ke Samne Mat Nachna”

“Holi Kab Hai, Kab Hai Holi”

“Ye Haath Humko De De Thakur”

“Jo Darr Gaya, Samjho Marr Gaya”

“Tera Kya Hoga Kaaliya”

  • Amar Akbar Anthony
Amar Akbar Anthony
(Pic Source: eBay)

Release date: 7 January 1977

Director: Manmohan Desai

Cast: Amitabh Bachchan (Anthony Gonzalves), Rishi Kapoor

(Akbar Ilhabadi), Vinod Khanna (Inspector Amar Khanna), Neetu Singh (Dr. Salma Ali), Parveen Babi (Jenny), Pran (Kishanlal), Shabana Azmi (Laxmi), Nirupa Roy (Bharati), Jeevan (Robert)

Story: The movie is about three brothers, who separated and meet after many years  one is brought up as a Hindu, another as a Muslim and the last as a Christian.

Famous Dialogues: “Hindu Muslim Sikh Isai… sabhi toh hai bhai bhai”

“Aaisa toh aadmi life mein do-heech time bhaagta hai… Olympic ka race ho yah police ka case ho… tum kahe mein bhaagta hai bhai?”

 

  • Devdas
Devdas
(Pic Source : thirdculturegirl)

Release date: 12 July 2002

Director: Sanjay Leela Bhansali

Cast: Shah Rukh Khan (Devdas), Aishwarya Rai (Parvati Chakraborty), Madhuri Dixit(Chandramukhi), Jackie Shroff (Chunnilal), Kirron Kher (Sumitra), Milind Gunaji (Kalibabu)

Story: After his wealthy family prohibits him from marrying the woman he is in love with, Devdas Mukherjee’s life spirals further and destroyed as he takes up alcohol and a life of vice to numb the pain.

Famous Dialogues: “Kaun kambakht bardaasht karne ko peeta hai … hum toh peete hai ki yahan par baith sake, tumhe dekh sake, tumhe bardaasht kar sake”

“babuji ne kahaa gaon chhod do, sabne kahaa paro ko chhod do, paro ne kahaa sharaab chhod do, aaj tumne kah dia, haweli chhod do, ek din aayega jab wo kahenge, duniya hi chhod do”

  • Satyam Shivam Sundaram
Satyam Shivam Sundaram
(Pic Source : Pinterest)

Release date:  22 March 1978

Director:  Raj Kapoor

Cast: Zeenat Aman(Rupa), Shashi Kapoor(Ranjeev), Padmini Kolhapure (Young Rupa), Kanhaiyalal, A.K. Hangal (Bansi, Rupa’s uncle)

Story: It is a social drama about the differences between physical and spiritual love.

Famous Dialogues: “Dil ke tootne ki awaaz nahi hoti … magar usse zalzale aa jaate hai, aasman phat jaate hai, duniya tabaah ho jati hai”

“Pyar, khansi aur khushi … chupaye se chupte hai kya”

 

  • Muqaddar Ka Sikandar
Muqaddar Ka Sikandar
(Pic Source: V&A)

Release date: 27 October 1978

Director: Prakash Mehra

Cast: Amitabh Bachchan (Sikandar), Rekha (Zohrabai), Vinod Khanna (Vishal Anand), Rakhee Gulzar (Kaamna), Amjad Khan (Dilawar)

Story: An orphan boy works his way up to become a rich man. He proposes to the girl he loves from his childhood, but she rejects him. Depressed, he often visits a hooker and she falls in love with him.

Famous Dialogues: “Izzat woh daulat hai … joh ek baar chali gayi toh phir kabhi haasil nahi ki ja sakti”

“Zindagi mein log mohabbat ke sahare jeete hai … main aapki nafrat ke sahare jeeonga”

“Agar nazarein khoobsurat ho … toh har cheez khoobsurat lagti hai”

  • Mother India
Mother India
(Pic Source: Infoindiadirect)

Release date: 25 October 1957

Director: Mehboob Khan

Cast: Nargis (Radha), Sunil Dutt (Birju), Rajendra Kumar (Ramu), Raaj Kumar (Shamu), Kanhaiyalal (Sukhilala)

Story: This story is about a poverty-stricken woman raises her sons through many trials and tribulations. But no matter the struggles, always sticks to her own integrity.

Famous Dialogues: “Bina murga bane vidhya nahi aati”

“Lala meri Maa ke Kangan lauta de”

“Raasta dikhana sehel hai, par raaste par chalna bahut kathin”

  • Ram Teri Ganga Maili
Ram Teri Ganga Maili
(Pic Source: CineMateria)

Release date: 25 July 1985

Director: Raj Kapoor

Cast: Mandakini (Ganga Singh), Rajiv Kapoor (Narendra “Naren” Sahay), Divya Rana (Radha B. Choudhary), Saeed Jaffrey (Kunj Bihari), Kulbhushan Kharbanda

(Jeeva Sahay)

Story: This movie is about a helpless Ganga and her baby journey to the city in search of her lover.

Famous Dialogues: “Kutta bhi lakh bura ho … wafaadari nahi chodta”

“Juda hone se rishtey nahi tootte”

“Nikal ja nahi toh tukdon mein bhijwa doonga tujhe”

 

  • Seeta Aur Geeta
Seeta Aur Geeta
(Pic Source : Koimoi)

Release date: 1972

Director: Ramesh Sippy

Cast: Hema Malini (Seeta, Geeta), Dharmendra (Raka), Sanjeev Kumar (Ravi), Manorama (Kaushalya), Roopesh Kumar (Ranjeet)

Story: Identical twins Seeta and Geeta are separated at birth. One is tortured by her abusive aunt while the other grows up as a street performer. However, their lives change forever when they swap places.

Famous Dialogues: “Agar kisi nek kaam ke liye jhoot bolna padhe … toh woh jhoot sau sach ke barabar hai”

“Bhagwan jab apni mutthi mein chand ko chupata hai … toh suraj nikalta hai”

 

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