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|Directed by||Keshu Ramsay|
|Produced by||B. Lachman|
|Written by||Keshu Ramsay|
|Music by||Bappi Lahiri|
|Edited by||V.N. Mayekar|
Mera Shikar is a 1988 Indian Hindi action film directed by Keshu Ramsay. The film stars Dimple Kapadia, Kabir Bedi and Navin Nischol in lead roles. Dialogues of this movie became a hit and therefore audio cassettes of dialogue were released. It was written by Iqbal Durrani. Subhash K. Jha of The Indian Express called the film "extraordinarily adroit entertainer" "one of the most engaging action films", and wrote, "with daring defiance, the film snowballs ideas that challenge its common objective (elemental entertainment). It would be a pity if the film is lumped with the run-of-the-mill potboiler." He further wrote that "unlike Zakhmi Aurat it does not degenerate into sleazy sensationalism". Referring to the transformation of Bijli, he wrote, "The metamorphosis of the frisky Bijli into the ferocious fighter is achieved in the film with unusual restraint through smooth editing, crisp camerawork cuttingly ironic dialogues, and of course Dimple's trevails both physical as well as cerebral."
|"Nirbal Nahin Yeh Nari" - 1||Mohammed Aziz|
|"Nirbal Nahin Yeh Nari" - 2||Mohammed Aziz|
|"Nirbal Nahin Yeh Nari" - 3||Mohammed Aziz|
|"Pyar Chahiye"||Bappi Lahiri|
|"Thoda Sa Pyar"||Asha Bhosle|
|"Chalo Prem Desh"||Asha Bhosle|
|"Humko Yaad Na Karna"||Aparna Mayekar|
Events in the year 1946 in India.
Dimple Kapadia is an Indian actress who predominantly appears in Hindi films. Born and raised in Bombay by wealthy parents, she aspired to become an actress from a young age and received her first opportunity through her father's efforts to launch her in the film industry. She was discovered at age 14 by the filmmaker Raj Kapoor, who cast her in the title role of his teen romance Bobby (1973), which opened to major commercial success and gained her wide public recognition. Shortly before the film's release in 1973, she married the actor Rajesh Khanna and retired from acting. Kapadia returned to films in 1984, two years after her separation from Khanna. Her comeback film Saagar, which was released a year later, revived her career. Both Bobby and Saagar won her Filmfare Awards for Best Actress. Through her work over the decade, she established herself as one of Hindi cinema's leading female actors.
Anand is a 1971 Indian Hindi-language drama film co-written and directed by Hrishikesh Mukherjee, with dialogues written by Gulzar. It stars Rajesh Khanna in the lead role, with a supporting cast including Amitabh Bachchan, Sumita Sanyal, Ramesh Deo and Seema Deo. The film won several awards, including the Filmfare Award for Best Film in 1972. In 2013, it was listed in Anupama Chopra's book 100 Films To See before You Die.
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Gardish is a 1993 Indian Bollywood action crime film written and directed by Priyadarshan, starring Jackie Shroff, (Aishwarya), and Dimple Kapadia. It is a remake of the 1989 Malayalam film Kireedam. The film won two Filmfare Awards—Best Art Direction and Best Action (Thyagarajan), and was nominated for Best Actor (Shroff), Best Supporting Actor, and Best Supporting Actress (Dimple). It marks the debut of Actor Mukesh Rishi as an antagonist. Notably, this film also marks South Indian actress Aishwarya's Bollywood debut. The film was a critical and commercial success.
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Zakhmi Aurat is a 1988 Indian Hindi movie starring Dimple Kapadia and Raj Babbar and directed by Avtar Bhogal. Kapadia played Kiran Dutt, a police officer who is subject to gang rape and, when the judicial system fails to convict the criminals, unites with other rape victims to castrate the rapists in revenge. A financial success, the film opened to a polarised reaction from critics and further attracted wide coverage for its lengthy and brutal rape scene involving Kapadia. Khalid Mohamed of The Times of India noted Kapadia's "power packed performance" but criticised the rape sequence as "utter lasciviousness" and "vulgarity spattering through the screen". Feminist magazine Manushi panned its low cinematic quality, including the absurdity of the action scenes and the "ugly kind of titillation" in the rape scene, but believed it "stays closer to women's experience" than other films of its sort; the review was particularly approving of Kapadia's work: "What really carries the film through is Dimple Kapadia's performance—low key, moving and charming without being at all clinging or seductive. She brings a conviction to her role that is rare among Bombay heroines." In later years, The Times of India labelled it a "B-grade movie" though it noted Kapadia's convincing portrayal of "anguish and bitterness at being denied justice". M.L. Dhawan from The Tribune, while documenting the famous Hindi films of 1988, praised Kapadia for "proving her mettle as an actress of intensity and passion." Subhash K. Jha, however, wrote in 2002 that its box-office outcome notwithstanding, Zakhmi Aurat "turned into quite an embarrassment for its leading lady".
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Dimple Kapadia is an Indian actress who predominantly appears in Hindi films. She was discovered by Raj Kapoor at age 14, who gave her the title role in his teen romance Bobby (1973), opposite his son Rishi Kapoor. The film became a massive commercial success and made her an overnight star. Her role as a Christian teenager from Goa established her as a youth fashion icon and won her the Filmfare Award for Best Actress. Kapadia retired from acting following her marriage to Indian actor Rajesh Khanna earlier in 1973, and returned to the film industry in 1984, after her separation from Khanna. The release of her comeback film, Saagar, was delayed, with Zakhmi Sher becoming the second film of her career. Released in 1985, Saagar earned her a second Best Actress award at Filmfare, and she went on to establish herself as one of the leading actresses of Hindi cinema in the 1980s and early 1990s. The early roles she played following her return included the Hitchcockian thriller Aitbaar (1985), for which she received positive reviews, and the commercially successful action films Arjun (1985) and Janbaaz (1986). During this period, she acted in several films in South India, which she admitted to having made for financial gain and dismissed their quality.
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