Chashme Buddoor (1981 film)

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Chashm-e-Buddoor
Chashme Buddoor.jpg
DVD Cover for Chashm-e-Buddoor.
Directed by Sai Paranjpye
Produced by Gul Anand and Jayshree Anand-Makhija
Written by Sai Paranjpye
Starring Farooq Shaikh
Deepti Naval
Saeed Jaffrey
Rakesh Bedi
Ravi Baswani
Music by Raj Kamal
Cinematography Virendra Sahni
Distributed by PLA Entertainment
Release dates 1981
Running time 145 minutes
Country India
Language Hindi

Chashme Buddoor is a 1981 romantic comedy-buddy film starring Farooq Shaikh, Deepti Naval, Rakesh Bedi, Ravi Baswani and Saeed Jaffrey. The film is directed by Sai Paranjpye and produced by Gul Anand and his sister Jayshree Anand - Makhija. The film is about three students; Siddharth (Farooq Shaikh), Omi (Rakesh Bedi) and Jai (Ravi Baswani) at Delhi University, who don't go home during summer vacation and how a girl Neha (Deepti Naval) comes in their life. The film was a silver jubilee hit. The remake version directed by David Dhawan and the original digitally restored film were both released on 5 April 2013.[1] The lyrics written by Indu Jain were composed by Raj Kamal and sung by Yesudas, Hemanti Shukla (picturised on Deepti Naval and Vinod Nagpal).

Plot[edit]

Siddharth (Farooq Shaikh), Omi (Rakesh Bedi) and Jai (Ravi Baswani) are close friends and room mates who are studying at Delhi University. Siddharth has completed M.A in Economics and is preparing for PhD. While Siddharth is a studious boy who loves to spend most of his time with books, his other two friends- Omi and Jai are mostly busy chasing girls, watching movies or dramas. The only thing common among three of them is smoking. One day, Omi and Jai see a girl (Neha) who is new to their neighborhood and try to impress her by their tricks. However, both of them give up after experiencing shameful events. After some days, Neha (Deepti Naval) visits their flat as the salesgirl of Chamko washing powder. As soon as Jai and Omi see her, they hide quickly. Siddharth meets Neha for the first time and soon a love story begins. But when his other two friends find out, they decide to plot something to end their relationship and also to seek revenge to the embarrassment inflicted upon them by the girl. Initially, they succeed in separating Siddharth and Neha but later on repent when they realise that Siddharth has started losing his interest in work and study and is most likely to end his life as well. Finally, they decide to reunite both the lovers.

The parallel plot runs between Omi, Jai, Siddharth and Lallan Miyan (Saeed Jaffrey). Lallan Miyan is the local shopkeeper who sells Cigarettes to Omi and Jai on credit. But as students, they don't clear his debts, Lallan Miyan tries to follow up with them to get their dues.

A spate of kidnapping (especially of young girls) has started in Delhi. One fine day, Omi and his friends along with Neha's grandmother plan to stage a fake kidnapping and get married. But unfortunately, she is kidnapped by the real gang and the duo is left in a lurch. The later part of the story revolves on how they clear the confusion that she has been going through and how she was kidnapped by real thugs and finally rescued.

Production[edit]

Chashm-e-Buddoor is produced by Gul Anand and Jayshree Anand- Makhija.

Cast[edit]

Music[edit]

The music is by Raj Kamal and lyrics by Indu Jain. Singers are K. J. Yesudas and Haimanti Sukla. The film has a popular song "Kahan Se Aaye Badra" sung by Yesudas and Hemanti Shukla.

All lyrics written by Indu Jain, all music composed by Raj Kamal.

Songs
No. Title Playback Length
1. "Kahan Se Aaye Badra"   Yesudas, Hemanti Shukla  
2. "Is Nadi Ko Mera"      
3. "Kali Ghori Dwar Khari"      
4. "Aansoon Ki Aarti"      
5. "Pyaar Lagawat Pranay Mohabbat"      

Remakes[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Sholay to 3 Idiots: Films on male bonding work well in Bollywood". India Today. February 21, 2013. Retrieved March 2, 2013. 

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