Author lyricist Gulzar uncovered that the late genius Rajesh Khanna did Anand for ostensible expense. Gulzar, 82, said Rajesh Khanna did as such on the grounds that he enjoyed the story.
"He facilitated a major get-together after the accomplishment of Anand," Gulzar was cited as saying in a media discharge.
Anand coordinated by Hrishikesh Mukherjee featured Rajesh Khanna and Amitabh Bachchan in lead parts.
Gulzar had composed the screenplay and exchanges for this 1971 show film.
He additionally uncovered that Hrishikesh Mukherjee had a decent comical inclination and it may be reflected in films like Khoobsurat, Chupke and others.
Gulzar was talking at the expert class session held by Indian Film and Television Directors' Association (IFTDA) and directed by acclaimed producer Sudhir Mishra a week ago.
This was a piece of IFTDA's month to month activity 'IFTDA Meet The Director' session that gives a stage to producers to communicate with set up executives and in procedure, learn and sharpen their specialty of filmmaking and narrating.
The Aandhi helmer talked about his voyage into movies, the advancement of the business, his successive teammates and companions like RD Burman, Sanjeev Kumar, Vishal Bhardwaj, AR Rahman and others, his affection for dialects.
"Hari Bhai (Sanjeev Kumar) and Pancham (Burman) were two grapples throughout my life and I adored them two enormously. We shared a relationship where we could differ with each other without feeling terrible by any stretch of the imagination," Gulzar said.
When he was gotten some information about producers being affected a considerable measure by movies in West, Gulzar said, "We have such unlimited history thus numerous stories from our notable culture that we don't need to search anyplace else for motivation. Yes, the innovation in west is extremely best in class without a doubt."
On-screen character Jeetendra who worked with Gulzar on movies like Parichay, Khushboo and Kinaara, congratulated him for the benefit of IFTDA.