Movie: Ankhiyon Ke Jharokon Se
Producer: Tarachand Barjatya
Director: Hiren Nag
Starring: Ranjeeta, Sachin
Music: Ravindra Jain
Lyrics: Ravindra Jain
Singers: Hemlata, Shailendra Singh, Ravindra Jain, Jaspal Singh.
The title song of "Ankhiyon Ke Jharokon Se" is her masterpiece. While Ravindra Jain and Hemlata have worked on many other exceptional songs, this is easily their best one together. This was hailed as the most popular song of 1978 by 'Binaca Geetmala' (a radio show that used to compile records of album sales). The number is a beautiful concoction of melody and soulful lyrics. The words strike a chord because they are about fear of being separated from your beloved one. And yet she realises that she has nothing to fear because her beloved will always be there with her in her thoughts and her heart. "Tum door nazar aaye, Badi door nazar aaye, Band karke jharokhon ko, Zara baithi jo sochne, Mann main tumhi muskaaye". But fear never really disappears. With a lot of hope and praying comes the fear that one day there might not actually be anything left to hope for. "Din raat dua maange, Mera mann tere vaaste, Kabhi apni umeedon ka, Koi phool na murjaaye."
SONG:KHILONA JAAN KAR TUM TU
FILM:KHILONA - 1970
Khilona (English: Toy) is a 1970 Indian film directed by Chander Vohra and recipient of the Film fare Best Movie Award. Mumtaz won the Film fare Best Actress Award.The film became a box office hit.The film stars Sanjeev Kumar,Mumtaz and Jeetendra.The music is by Laxmikant Pyarelal and lyrics is by Anand Bakshi.
The film earned Film fare Award nominations for Best Actor (Sanjeev Kumar), Best Story (Gulshan Nanda), and Best Male Playback Singer (Mohd. Rafi for the title song "Khilona Jankar").
Sanjeev Kumar (9 July 1938 - 6 November 1985) was one of the most prominent Indian actors in Bollywood.Sanjeev Kumar was born as Harihar Jariwala in Bihar, Gujarat to a Gujarati family based in Mumbai. A stint in the film school took him to Bollywood, where he eventually became a famous movie star. He remained a bachelor all his life and died in 1985.
Sanjeev Kumar made his debut in the film Hum Hindustani in 1960. Sanjeev's first film as a hero was the 1965 Nishan. In 1968, he played opposite the famous actor Dilip Kumar in Sangharsh. In 1970, Khilona made him a star. He went on to star in the hits Seeta Aur Geeta (1972) and Manchali (1973).
He started working with the well-known director Gulzar in the early 1970s. He did nine films with Gulzar, including Aandhi (1975), Mausam (1975), Angoor (1981) and Namkeen (1982). Many of his fans believe that these are some of the best films that he did. He was always ready to take unconventional roles that challenged him as an actor. He played Mirza, a chess-obsessed Lucknow (citizen of Lucknow), in Satyajit Ray's classic Shatranj Ke Khiladi (1977). Perhaps his best-remembered roles were in the blockbuster films
Sholay (1975) and Trishul (1978).
During the early 1980s Sanjeev Kumar did more supporting roles than playing the lead. In 1980 he starred in a Punjabi movie Fauji Chacha. In 1985, when he was 47 years old, he died of a heart ailment. He never married. He was however involved with actress Sulakshana Pandit, whom he did not marry, having been turned down by actress Hema Malini whom he was in love with at the time. Hema Malini went on to marry her frequent co-star Dharmendra. Ironically for an actor who played many elderly roles, he did not live to the age of 50. Ten of his already completed films were released after his death, with his final film Professor Ki Padosan being released in 1993. At the time of his death only three-fourths of this film was complete, and it was decided to alter the story in the second half of the film to explain the absence of Sanjeev Kumar's character.
One of his other notable releases after his death was K. Asif's much-delayed Love and God, which was over 20 years in the making.
After director K. Asif died in 1971, production came to a halt and the film was finally released in incomplete form in 1986, one year after its actor Sanjeev Kumar had also died.