BISCOPE: This film gave Rajesh Khanna the biggest support to his sinking career, won the Filmfare Award

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Everyone knows that Rajesh Khanna gave 15 solo hits from 1969 to 1971. Now neither a hero has 15 films to be released in just three years, nor is this record going to be broken. Yes, Ayushmann Khurrana had hoped to give half a dozen hit films in the middle continuously, but his salt iodine also came up in the air by coming to 'Gulabo Sitabo'. Now he is among the hundred influential celebrities of the world, but the debate on how many influential heroes of Hindi cinema are left is going to start soon from his next film. Both Rajesh Khanna and Ayushman Khurana are heroes from the same locality. Both learned the lesson of doing plot-based films from their flop films. By the time Rajesh Khanna's car was running a gallop, people like Rupesh Kumar were offering him jokes like 'up aka, down kaka' and were climbing on the gram tree, he was also relaxed. However, Amitabh Bachchan's 1973 hit film 'Zanjeer' added romance to the Hindi cinema. Director Basu Bhattacharya, who came to Rajesh Khanna at the same time, had a wonderful story but had no money. And, Rajesh Khanna had a lot of money, but there was no film to prove himself again. Just from here, the foundation of our present-day Bioscope film 'Aavishkaar'.


Movie explaining life

Released on 26 September 1974, the film 'Avishkar' is a must-watch for all those couples whose life has lost iodine from its salt, meaning there is no juice left in their lives. It is a fashion these days to curse cinema and cinemas. But, it is a cinema that often teaches its audience the philosophy of living. It is a matter of those days when Mithun Chakraborty and Padmini Kolhapure's film Pyar Jhukta Nahi was released. The film made a big impact on married couples. How families are shattered by petty misunderstandings, shown in this film and the effect of this film is that a magistrate of the family court asked the couple to come to see the film before they reached for divorce. And, even after that, if divorce is required, it will be given immediately. Both watched the film 'Pyaar Jhukta Nahin' and both did not return and returned to court. Due to the problems of the couple in the film 'Pyaar Jhukta Nahin', the external and physical were more, the reasons for the film 'Invention', which I am talking about, were mental. On the wedding anniversary, there is a wall of mistrust between the couple. The heat of the two has been replaced by the coolness of the relationship and Rajesh Khanna and Sharmila Tagore have done a wonderful job in this couple's role.


Screening of personal life

If you have not yet seen the film 'Avishkar', then take advantage of Sunday and watch it immediately. Available for free on YouTube. Basu Bhattacharya learned cinema under Bimal Roy's Shagirdi and at the same time was heartbroken by his guru's daughter. Bimal Roy never accepted this relationship, but Basu and Rinke married against his will and shortly after lost the heat of mutual love. They used to fight both days. The whole world knows what happened after taunting each other and their relationship. When Basu Bhattacharya came to Rajesh Khanna, the casting star of that time, by proposing the film 'Avishkar', Rajesh Khanna was not going through the same situation, but, he started to understand the difference between pre-wedding and post-wedding experiences. Was. Basu wrote the story of 'Avishkar', there was a lot that he took away from his own married life. Rinke had also once told that the shooting of this film was done in his own house and his own story often became the scene of the film. At times, it seemed that whatever was happening between Rajesh Khanna and Sharmila Tagore after the camera went on, she herself had lived it. Rinki Bhattacharya later left Basu and wrote a number of popular books on domestic violence.


'Married man is alone'

Those who have seen the film 'Avishkar', will remember how shocked and then immortal they feel when they hear a dialogue of their staff in the office, 'a married man is alone!'. That superstar Rajesh Khanna does not seem so. It seems like someone is one who is shocked, upset, and tired of life. At the beginning of the film, the dilemma of Amar's life comes out from the first scene, and immediately after that, the film's credits play with the film's classic song, 'How much I want to laugh makes me cry ..!' When the camera takes an extreme closeup of Rajesh Khanna's face, the charge on his side and the tears stuck in the eyes of the eyes are visible on the screen, they are enough to crush any person inside.