But Why? Bollywood films that never saw a release

But Why? Bollywood films that never saw a release


But Why? Bollywood films that never saw a release

Here’s holding a demeanour during films that showed guarantee though never had a melodramatic release

Not all films that are done get a melodramatic release. Some are not screened during all while others are limited to film festivals. Take for instance, Kamal Swaroop’s Om-Dar-Ba-Dar. Twenty-six years after a completion, a film is finally removing a due as it releases on Jan 17. However, not all cinematic attempts have been equally lucky. HitList brings we a lineup of few such films that done a lot of sound though somehow couldn’t make it to a cinema halls.

‘Zamaanat’ (1998)

Director: S Ramanathan
Lowdown: Starring Amitabh Bachchan along with Karisma Kapoor and Arshad Warsi, this film’s executive upheld divided after a film’s completion. The latest growth is that his son, Subish, is penetrating on releasing a film as shortly as possible.

‘Rang Rasiya’ (2008)

Director: Ketan Mehta
After a not-so-successful biopic on Mangal Pandey, a executive incited his courtesy to distinguished painter Raja Ravi Varma. Randeep Hooda played a protagonist while Nandana Sen essayed his muse. It’s been 6 years given a project’s completion, though there’s no word nonetheless on a recover date.

‘Chor Mandali’ (1984)

Director: Sanjay Khanna
Lowdown: It was ostensible to be Raj Kapoor’s final film though it didn’t adult being so. Starring Kapoor alongside associate maestro Ashok Kumar, a tract revolved around a heist. But a film never got expelled as it got mired in financial tangles.

‘Chemistry’ (2011)

Director: Sai Kabir
Lowdown: Kabir claims that arriving film Revolver Rani is his directorial entrance though a fact is that he had initial started work on a film Chemistry. But this film never done it to a theatres due to several obstacles. It was constructed by Shreyas Talpade and also starred him conflicting Soha Ali Khan.

‘Kissa Kursi Ka’ (1977)

Director: Amrit Nahata
Lowdown: If there was a film that came tighten to depicting a oppressive realities of a Emergency, afterwards this was it. But a film paid a cost for being excessively satirical. Though praised for a dauntless imagery, it was criminialized in a country.

‘Ladies Only’ (1997)

Director: Dinesh Shailendra
Lowdown: Kamal Haasan done a guest coming in a film — interestingly, he played a passed physique – while Randhir Kapoor, Seema Biswas and Shilpa Shirodkar summed adult a lead cast. An central reconstitute of Magalir Mattum, a film never had a melodramatic recover for reasons still unknown. The film was also in news since as Randhir Kapoor was creation a quip to Bollywood with this film.

‘Percy’ (1989)

Director: Pervez Mehrwanji
Lowdown: Offering a smashing look into a universe of middle-class Parsis by a impression named Percy (played by Kurush Deboo), a film did a rounds of a festival circuit and was widely appreciated. But a film didn’t see a melodramatic release.

‘Khabardar’ (1984)

Director: T Rama Rao
Lowdown: This underline film formed on euthanasia was ostensible to underline Amitabh Bachchan and Kamal Haasan together for a initial time. Touted as an desirous project, a film never saw a light of day.

‘Paanch’ (2001)

Director: Anurag Kashyap
Lowdown: It’s formidable to skip a irony in a fact that a filmmaker, whose entrance try never got expelled is currently rising younger filmmakers. Paanch faced several problems due to a heady depiction of violence, drug abuse and pithy language. Despite cuts, it never managed to strike a large screen.

Films that expelled after a enlarged delay:

‘Yaar Meri Zindagi’ (1971)

Director: Mukul Dutt
Lowdown: Thirty-seven years after a completion, this film — starring Amitabh Bachchan and Shatrughan Sinha in lead roles — expelled in a year 2008.

‘Love in Bombay’ (1975)

Director: Joy Mukherjee
Lowdown: Completed in 1975, this Joy Mukherjee and Waheeda Rahman starrer faced several problems that came in a approach of a release. It was finally expelled final year.

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