Kal Aaj Aur Kal
|Kal Aaj Aur Kal|
|Directed by||Randhir Kapoor|
|Produced by||Raj Kapoor|
|Written by||Virendra Sinha|
|Music by||Shankar Jaikishan|
|Edited by||S.R. Kabre|
|Distributed by||Shemaroo (DVD)|
|Release dates||1971-07-01(Theatre) 2003-01-01(DVD)|
|Running time||156 minutes(Original) 155 Minutes(DVD)|
Kal Aaj Aur Kal (Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow) is a 1971 Hindi film produced by Raj Kapoor and directed by his son Randhir Kapoor. The film's USP is the appearance of three generations of the famous Kapoor family. It stars Prithviraj Kapoor, his son Raj Kapoor, Raj Kapoor's son Randhir Kapoor (in his acting debut) and Randhir's real-life wife-to-be Babita. Among the non Kapoors in the film are Iftekhar.
It was also the last Shankar Jaikishan score in a Raj Kapoor film; it contains superhit songs like "Aap Yahan Aaye Kis Liye" and "Bhanware Ki Gunjan". This film came after the heavy debacle of Mera Naam Joker, which was Raj Kapoor's dream project. It more than made up for his loss.
The title is an allegory to the ideological clash between three generations: Kal (Grandparent), Aaj (Parent) and Kal(Youth). Diwan Bahadur Kapoor (Prithviraj Kapoor) is the father of Ram Bahadur Kapoor (Raj Kapoor). Ram's son Rajesh (Randhir Kapoor), who had been sent to London for higher studies, returns to India. Bahadur has promised his childhood friend that Rajesh's marriage will be done with the latter's granddaughter.
However, Rajesh is in love with his girlfriend Monica (Babita) and objects to the marriage. Both the grandfather and the grandson stick to their guns, little realizing that Ram is the real sufferer in the clash. Ram leaves his home, leaving the grandfather grandson duo blaming each other. Now, it is up to Ram to take the matter into his hands.
|1||"Aap Yahan Aaye Kisliye"||Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhosle|
|2||"Bhanware Ki Gunjan"||Kishore Kumar|
|3||"Hum Jab Honge Saath Saal Ke"||Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhosle|
|4||"Tick Tick Tick Chalti Jaye Ghadi"||Mukesh, Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhosle|
|5||"Ek Paon Chal Raha Alag Alag"||Manna Dey|
|6||"Kisi Ke Dil Ko Sanam"||Sharda|
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