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Kishore Kumar proves that acting is not just for actors and singers for singing...but with dedication you can create a masterpiece...
Kishore Kumar proves that acting is not just for actors and singers for singing...but with dedication you can create a masterpiece... that no one knows of and no one cares of.
Watching Apna Haath Jagannath (1960), was a long waited destination for me because since last year, i was vying for this film and each time is was a missed opportunity. But i think, it was all worth it, because best and the great films are best and great whenever you watch them. So, is this film.
This film is about how Madan (Kishore Kumar) struggles to get a decent and upper class job after completing his college studies of B.A. and how he is inspired by one of the dhobi ghat person and the story of what and how is Lord Jagannath is when he sees his idol hand-less and how he gets the vibe and vista to move on to as the worker in a lower class work like cleaning clothes. Also, how his family and girl's and her family realizes about the truth he has seen.
I would like to say nothing about the film since i believe that you have to watch this film to know what i am failing to summarize at.
At last, not only the performances of various actors will make you laugh but also of Kishore Da who happens to be the star of this distant lighted star film. The lessons and memories you'll take will this film by the end, will make you feel that current standards of business, employments and the way people see you first through he job you do and then what you are, haven't changed anywhere yet.
Only if the makers and actors decided to pursue the real and pure ending, it would have a underrated gem in The Criterion Collection.
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