Prem Nagar (1974)

Starring :

Rajesh Khanna … Chhotey Kunver Karan U. Singh
Hema Malini … Lata (as Hemamalini)
Prem Chopra … Badey Kunver Shamsher U. Singh
Asrani … Takatram
Nana Palsikar … Puran
Ramesh Deo … Lata’s Brother
Agha … Singh’s Butler
David Abraham … Singh’s Diwanji (as David)
Nasir Hussain … Lata’s Father (as Nazir Hussain)
Manmohan … Lata’s boss
Kamini Kaushal … Rani Maa
Bindu … Shamsher’s wife
Kumud Chuggani … Basanti (as Kumud Chugani)
Sulochana Latkar … Lata’s Mother (as Sulochana)
Meena T. … Bijli

Director:

K.S. Prakash Rao

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Drama, Hindi Movies, Musical, Romance

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  • manoharv2001 4 years ago

    Super Star Rajesh Khanna – The Cary Grant of India.

    Rajesh Khanna irrevocably impacted Indian cinema and culture like no actor before him. His acting perfection and application of talent were drawn solely from his inward vision. Khanna did not cultivate the phenomenal attributes that created his “superstardom” by reason or will, but through the connectedness to his own persona that the masses then idealized. For he is one who is impervious as to who is ahead and who is behind. Khanna’s inward vision, a special gift from the divine leads him always. Today he is the indomitable and highly respected veteran of one hindred and fifty films. For me, he is like the Cary Grant of India. Both actors are Capricorns that have played the widest variety of roles without ever bankrupting the fascination of the audience. Khanna is the platinum standard for landmark performances and sheer screen presence. Ever since the camera discovered his photogenia it has been having a love affair with it. His Byronic inspirations of romance as autographed elegantly on screen endure. Rajesh Khanna is a lovemark because he kindles our affections at the highest denominators and that is a life nobly lived means.