Man Alive (1965–1982)
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Bombay Superstar 

This is a BBC documentary made on Rajesh Khanna, who had become a phenomenon of Indian cinema and his immense popularity had earned him the title of Superstar.
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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Rajesh Khanna
Mumtaz
Shashi Kapoor ... Himself
Hrishikesh Mukherjee ... Himself
J. Om Prakash J. Om Prakash ... Himself
Dina Pathak
Dilip Kumar ... Himself (archive footage)
Rakhee Gulzar ... Herself (archive footage)
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Jack Pizzey ... Himself - Reporter interviewing Rajesh Khanna
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Storyline

Nothing succeeds like excess in the Indian film industry. In Bombay, Hollywood of the East, a new, noisy, colourful feature film is churned out every three days. Heroic heroes battle furiously with villainous villains - everything is larger than life, including Rajesh Khanna , Bombay's superstar. Jack Pizzey and a Man Alive film team watched Rajesh dancing through love scenes beneath the Himalayan snows, plotting his way through the intrigues of the Bombay film world, and at home with his 15-year-old wife: when he married in March millions of Indian girls were heart-broken.

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Country:

India | UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

1 August 1973 (UK) See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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The Golden Era
19 July 2012 | by mayurrock2099See all my reviews

i was unborn on that era and its amazing to watch those superstar working and shooting on their young age ... it looks awesome .... today the grt Super star '' Rajesh Khanna '' is moved from the earth and he is Rest In Peace.... so i search abt him and i seen this documentary ... thanks to the director to make such a lovely documentary and we are enjoying it now salute to the all team to capture the immortal moments...... bz of this documentary we can enjoy the time of late 1960 or 70 or 80 and we can see how they work and how their personalty and fame are they are seems totally their speeches are totally different and cool then now they are brave and awesome


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