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The Best of Kishore Kumar

Movies | Shubha Shetty Saha | February 26, 2015, 9:07 pm
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 Just the right kind of comedy for someone like Kishor Kumar. He plays a half witted man and was just being himself for most part of the film!
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Just the right kind of comedy for someone like Kishor Kumar. He plays a half witted man and was just being himself for most part of the film!

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2/ 9
 A hilarious comedy that starred all the three Ganguly brothers, Ashok, Kishor and Anup. The movie is also well remembered for songs like 'Ek Ladki Bheegi Bhagi si' (picturised on sensuous Madhubala) and 'Mannu Tera Hua Ab Mera Kya Hoga'.
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A hilarious comedy that starred all the three Ganguly brothers, Ashok, Kishor and Anup. The movie is also well remembered for songs like 'Ek Ladki Bheegi Bhagi si' (picturised on sensuous Madhubala) and 'Mannu Tera Hua Ab Mera Kya Hoga'.

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3/ 9
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[caption id="attachment_772590"] Kishor Kumar plays a trickster who turns a new leaf and helps nab a murderer. Has sung some gems like 'Yeh Raate Yeh Mausam'. [/caption]

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[caption id="attachment_772591"] Produced by him, this had Kishoreda paired with the love of his life, Madhubala. A fun riot. The song, 'Main hoon jhum jhum jhumroo' shows the mood of the entire film. [/caption]

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5/ 9
 This 1962 release had Kishore Kumar in his inimitable avatar, of someone with zany sense of humour.
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This 1962 release had Kishore Kumar in his inimitable avatar, of someone with zany sense of humour.

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6/ 9
 A thriller that involved blackmailing and murder, with KumKum playing the lead.
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A thriller that involved blackmailing and murder, with KumKum playing the lead.

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7/ 9
 An experimental movie with a unique storyline. Multiple stories of various tenants living in one particular house.
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An experimental movie with a unique storyline. Multiple stories of various tenants living in one particular house.

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8/ 9
 'Ek chatur naar karke singaar' who can forget this classical scene from the film 'Padosan'? Mehmood and Kishor Kumar clashed wit by wit, expression by expression making it one of the funniest scenes that Bollywood has seen.
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'Ek chatur naar karke singaar' who can forget this classical scene from the film 'Padosan'? Mehmood and Kishor Kumar clashed wit by wit, expression by expression making it one of the funniest scenes that Bollywood has seen.

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9/ 9
 A film produced and directed by Kishore Kumar in 1964, 'Door Gagan Ki Chhaon Mein' also had him writing the script and composing the music. The film was a sensitive portrayal of a man's relationship with his deaf and mute son (played by his real life son Amit Kumar)
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A film produced and directed by Kishore Kumar in 1964, 'Door Gagan Ki Chhaon Mein' also had him writing the script and composing the music. The film was a sensitive portrayal of a man's relationship with his deaf and mute son (played by his real life son Amit Kumar)

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