BBC Documentary Bombay Superstar – Rajesh Khanna

Check out this rare BBC documentary Bombay Superstar on Rajesh Khanna. It features interviews from Rajesh Khanna, Dimple Kapadia, Mumtaz, Hrishikesh Mukherjee, scenes from the sets of Namak Haraam and Aap Ki Kasam and the premiere of Daag.

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    sputnik 7 years ago

    Rajesh Khanna could never remember his song’s lines: Waheeda Rehman

    • mahendra lakhani 7 years ago

      rajesh khanna was my favorite actor. i am now 70 .when t got married in 1963 his flim were very populer. we all wiil miss him.
      mahendra

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        sputnik 7 years ago

        Did any of his movies release in 1963? I thought he made his debut in 1966 with Aakhri Khat.

  2. aryan 7 years ago

    Fantastic Documentary on Rajesh Khanna one of the best documentaries I’ve ever seen.

  3. Baba Ji 7 years ago

    It looked made up , something done to make the docu look interesting,Hrishikesh and RK kissing and making up in public.Why is mukherjee discussing internal matters of the film on camera?It is never allowed.

    The western media continues to make generic statements on Indians. whats with “India is a movie crazy nation”.Whole of India doesnt watch films itself.

    • jamoon 7 years ago

      In those times movies used to be our only source of maza-maza apart from sex.

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    sputnik 7 years ago

    You are welcome Dr. Anjan.

  5. Varun Khanna 7 years ago

    The documentary is typically British, aiming to run down all things Indian. And I am glad that Rajesh khanna was so aloof and bordering on rude to the BBC team….apart from that, nice to see those old times, especially the song sequence of aap ki kasam…..kaka and mumu looked awesome…..

  6. Suleman Khan 7 years ago

    He (Rajesh Khanna) and Amitabh Bachchan are everyone’s favourites. Dalip Kumar was great as well. No other actor can take their place. All the 3 will remain legends and unbeatable

    • Raja 7 years ago

      Don’t forget another actor – Sanjeev Kumar – another who has no parallel.

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