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Heer Ranjha

(Movie, VCD)
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Heer Ranjha (Movie, VCD) Price: Rs. 38

Ranjha (Raaj Kumar) and Heer (Priya Rajvansh fall in love with each other, but fate has something else in store for them. All the songs are memorable, especially Milo na tum to, hum gabraye, milo to ankh churaye, humhe kya ho gaya... ; Meri...Duniya... mein tum aaye, kya kya apne saath liye, tan ki chandi, manh ka sona, sapnon wali raat liye... ; Do dil toote, do dil harhey, duniya walhon sadhke tumhare... ; Yeh duniya, yeh mehfil, mere kaam ki nahin... . And to top this all the dialogues rhyme too!

Specifications of Heer Ranjha (Movie, VCD)

General
Video Encoding All Regions
Format VCD
Music Director
  • Madan Mohan
Title Heer Ranjha
Year 1970
Manufacturer Eagle Distributors
Category Movies
Rating U
Actor Ajit, Pran, Pran, Priya Rajwansh, Jeevan, Priya Rajvansh, Raj Kumar, Raaj Kumar, Jayant
Genre Musical
Number Of Discs 2
Language Hindi
Director
  • Chetan Anand
  • Chetan Anand

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romiyoooo

Mar 18, 2012

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The film is based on the legend of Heer Ranjha, the epic poem or Heer by Punjabi poet, Waris Shah, written in 1766. The film is unique in the fact that the entire film and its dialogue is in verse, Kaifi Azmi writing the verse dialogue.[1]

The film's songs a…
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romiyoooo

Mar 18, 2012

First to review

Most popular tragic romances

just awesome....
.
.
The film is based on the legend of Heer Ranjha, the epic poem or Heer by Punjabi poet, Waris Shah, written in 1766. The film is unique in the fact that the entire film and its dialogue is in verse, Kaifi Azmi writing the verse dialogue.[1]

The film's songs and music are notable as is the photography by Jal Mistry who shot most of Chetan Anand's film and won the Filmfare Award for the film. The film also showcases some of the best dialogues from the legendary actor Raaj Kumar.
 

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