Brutally raped by a collaborator who killed her father for information on a guerrilla freedom fighter of her love, later Shila get married to her rapist to end the war she wanted. The film's music is …
This FAQ is empty. Soon, they get married and leave for their honeymoon. All occupants are killed. Music: Laxmikant Pyarelal It was the only way I could show that sometimes, a man cannot do anything; destiny is not in his hands toh usse zindagi se samjhauta karna hi padta hai,” Chopra told me during the course of an old interview. But Sunil arrives in time, and a fight ensues, resulting in the death of Dheeraj. For many women like Shila, Bangladesh's war of liberation in 1971 left not only scars but burning desire for a vengeance.
Partly inspired by Thomas Hardy’s novel, The Mayor of Casterbridge and Gulshan Nanda’s novel Maili Chandni, Daag was Chopra’s first film as an independent producer. But, on the way to prison, the police van carrying him meets with an accident. The reaction of the press and distributors was subdued. Film: Daag: A Poem of Love Year: 1973 Director: Yash Chopra Cast: Rajesh Khanna, Sharmila Tagore, Rakhee Music: Laxmikant Pyarelal DVD: YRF Movies The film was later remade into the Telugu film Vichitra Jeevitham (1978). Festival de Cannes. Sonia’s love is eternal as she believes, “aurat sirf ek baar pyaar karti hai… baar baar nahin.” Chandni (Rakhee in a dynamic role, the “twist” in this triangle) shares an unconventional “dard ka rishta” with Sunil. Daag: A Poem of Love (transl. Sunil married her to provide legitimacy to her child, in return for her help in establishing his new identity. It is an adaptation of the 1886 Thomas Hardy novel The Mayor of Casterbridge. The film is about two women who love a man in their own way. Nobody could act out a love song better than Khanna.
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