Khudgarz

Khudgarz

Album Category: Hindi, Film
Year: 1987
Music Director: Rajesh Roshan
Lyricist: Indeevar, Farooq Qaiser
Label: Venus
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Album Credits: MUSIC ASSISTANTS: Nirmal, Ira Nagrath. SONGS RECORDED BY: A.N. Tagore.
 
Film Credits: DIRECTOR: Raakesh Roshan. PRODUCER: Raakesh Roshan. STORY: Raakesh Roshan. SCREENPLAY: Mohan Kaul, More...
 



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Zindagi Ka Naam Dosti - Male
Singer: Nitin Mukesh
Music Director: Rajesh Roshan
Lyricist: Indeevar
Genre: Filmi
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Aap Ke Aa Jane Se
Singer: Mohammed Aziz, Sadhna Sargam
Music Director: Rajesh Roshan
Lyricist: Indeevar
Genre: Filmi, Pop
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Yahin Kahin Jiyara Hamaar
Singer: Nitin Mukesh, Sadhna Sargam
Music Director: Rajesh Roshan
Lyricist: Indeevar
Genre: Filmi, Gujarati Folk
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Zindagi Ka Naam Dosti
Singer: Nitin Mukesh, Mohammed Aziz
Music Director: Rajesh Roshan
Lyricist: Indeevar
Genre: Filmi
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Log Kahte Hain Ke Peela Chand Hai Sabse Hasin
Singer: Mohammed Aziz, Sadhna Sargam
Music Director: Rajesh Roshan
Lyricist: Farooq Qaiser
Genre: Filmi
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Zindagi Ka Naam Dosti (Sad)
Singer: Nitin Mukesh
Music Director: Rajesh Roshan
Lyricist: Indeevar
Genre: Filmi
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Trivia


 

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  • This was actor Rakesh Roshan's directorial debut. He had taken to film direction when his career as an actor and later, as a producer, had not taken off. He had been particularly disillusioned by the failure of "Bhagwaan Dada" (1985) and had come close to quitting films. The success of this film had changed all that and established him as one of Bollywood's premier directors.[1][2]
  • This film was based on Jeffrey Archer's bestselling novel "Kane and Abel". Its commercial success spawned a number of other films based on it or the novel. These included the Telugu films "Prana Snehithulu" (1987) and "Kondapalli Raja" (1993), the Tamil film "Annaamalai" (1992), and the Kannada film "Gokarna" (2003).[3]
  • Hrithik Roshan began his Bollywood journey as an assistant director in his father's films. This was one of the four films he assisted Rakesh Roshan with. The other films were "King Uncle" (1993), "Karan Arjun" (1995) and "Koyla" (1997).[4][5][6]
  • Rakesh Roshan had visited the Tirupati temple before this film and prayed for its success. He had promised to shave his head if the film succeeded. When the film became a big git, his wife Pinky reminded him of his promise. Rakesh Roshan has shaved his head bald since then.[7]
  • Rakesh Roshan had chosen the title of this film based on the suggestion of a fan who had told him that all his films that had titles starting with the letter 'K' had been successful. The success of this film resulted in Rakesh Roshan naming every future film of his with titles starting with the letter 'K'.
  • The career of actor Kiran Kumar, who had been working in very few Hindi films at the time, got a new lease of life as a villain with the success of this film.
  • This Bihari character played by Shatrughan Sinha in this film was initially supposed to be a South Indian character. Rakesh Roshan had originally offered the role to Kamal Haasan and Rajinikanth. However, when they turned down the offer, Roshan decided to get Sinha on board and changed the character to a Bihari.



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