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(1969)

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In the song sequence 'Mere Sapon ki Rani', Sharmila Tagore is seen reading a book while seated in the train. The book's name is When Eight Bells toll, a thriller novel written by Alistair Maclean published in the year 1966.
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When Shakti Samanta was shooting the song Mere Sapno Ki Rani, he couldn't get combined dates from Rajesh Khanna and Sharmila Tagore. Sharmila Tagore couldn't make it to Darjeeling and so only Rajesh Khanna's portions were shot, showing him driving the jeep across the hills. Sharmila Tagore's footage was separately shot in Mumbai where a train set was erected in a studio. The two footages were later edited together to appear as if in the same frame.
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First film of hit pair Rajesh Khanna and Sharmila Tagore.
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Aradhana is first Hindi Film to run successfully more than 100 days , with four shows a day, in non-Hindi speaking areas of northeastern states of India and 4 southern Indian states.Aradhana ran for 3 years in theaters across southern India as well and was a platinum jubilee hit across India.
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During the scene of Sharmila Tagore's son Suraj's entry, (played again by Rajesh Khanna,) the person who plays Prakash, (Suraj's friend,) is actually the famous Bollywood director Subhash Ghai.
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Sharmila Tagore....is one Indian film actress who was very successful in mainstream commercial cinema after having kids. Se was pregnant with Saif Ali Khan when she went on the stage to get her best actress award for Aradhana.
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Aparna Sen was offered the role as Rajesh Khanna's mother, but refused.
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The rapper The Game sampled " Baaghon Mein Bahar Hain" for his song " Put Your Game On".
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Iwamura Manabu sampled the song "Mere Sapno Ki rani" for his song "Cafe Sciantung".
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Ravi N. a.k.a Mr R2 song "Rani Vex" was cover version of "Mere Sapno Ki Rani".
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Rick J song "When We Drinking" was a cover version of "Mere Sapno Ki Rani".
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"The song "Mere Sapno Ki Rani" was sampled by Bombay Vikings for the song "Give Your Heart To Me" from the album Kya Soorat Hain.
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The song "Roop Tera Nastana" was sampled by Bombay Vikings for the song "One Minute You Smile At Me" from the album Kya Soorat Hain.
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Shakti Samanta was shooting a scene on Subhash Ghai ( an struggling actor in those days) he played Rajesh Khanna's friend, he was told to drive a car and he did, Subhash Ghai dint know to drive the car but he kept quite also shakti samanta dint ask him, so Subhash Ghai banged the car,later the truth was known. Years later when Subhash Ghai was shooting for. Hero, there was a scene Jackie Shroff was to drive a car, suddenly Subhash Ghai remembered that inicident and he asked Jackie if he knows driving, Jackie said he knows to drive.
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Awaaz Do did a cover version of "Roop Tera Mastana". It was a heavy rock version.
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