Balraj Sahni Best Movies
Balraj Sahni Best Movies is the collection of top bollywood movies of Balraj Sahni. Balraj Sahni was a famous Hindi film actor. He started his film career in Mumbai with the film Insaaf (1946). It was in 1953, with Bimal Roy’s classic Do Bigha Zameen, that his true forte as an actor was first recognised. He followed it up with an encore in the 1961 classic Kabuliwala penned by Tagore.
Balraj Sahni Best Movie – Satta Bazaar (1959)
Satta Bazaar is a Hindi drama film, directed by Ravindra Dave in 1959. Widower Ramesh lives a comfortable lifestyle with his daughter, Kala, but is advised to re-marry so that Kala can get the love and caring of a mother, so he re-marries Jamuna. But Kala hates Jamuna and will not even call her “Maa”, but Jamuna continues to strive to care and love her as her own…
Director – Ravindra Dave
Balraj Sahni Best Movie – Bhabhi Ki Chudiyan (1961)
Bhabhi Ki Chudiyan is a family and drama film. Geetais married to Shyam but is unable to bear children. She also looks after her younger brother-in-law, Mohan. Their happy family gets an addition in the form of Prabha who gets married to Mohan. Prabha is from a wealthy family and her life is ruled over by her dominating mom
Actors – Master Aziz, Seema Deo, Balraj Sahni and Durga Khote
Director – Sadashiv J. Row Kavi
Balraj Sahni Best Movie – Naukari (1954)
Comic, tragic, and heartrending saga of Ratan Kumar Chaudhary, who leaves his village, aging mom, and seriously ill sister, to obtain employment in Calcutta, only to end up in a tiny tenement apartment full of other unemployed youths. He falls in love with Seema who lives in the building opposite his, and she too falls in love with him.
Director – Bimal Roy
Balraj Sahni Best Movie – Do Bigha Zamin (1953)
Do Bigha Zamin is 1953 Hindi film, directed by Bengali film director Bimal Roy.The story revolves around a farmer Shambu Mahato, who lives with his wife Parvati `Paro’ and son Kanhaiya (Rattan Kumar) in a small village that has been hit badly by a famine. After years of drought, the region finally gets rain, leading to the farmers to rejoice. Shambu owns two bighas of land, which in the only means of live hood for the whole family.
Actors – Balraj Sahni, Nirupa Roy and Rattan Kumar
Director – Bimal Roy
Balraj Sahni Best Movie – Chhoti Bahen (1959)
Chhoti Bahen is the story about the delicate but powerful bond of love. Rajendra and Shekhar lose their parents, and the all they have is each other, and their younger sister Meena. Though in love, Rajendra swears that he will not marry till his younger brother and sister are settled. Shekhar falls in love with a rich girl Shobha. Meanwhile, Meena’s marriage is fixed.
Actors – Balraj Sahni, Shyama and Rehman
Director – L.V. Prasad
Balraj Sahni Best Movie – Aaye Din Bahar Ke (1966)
Aaye Din Bahar Ke is a 1966 Hindi film produced by J. Om Prakash. Ravi is an eligible bachelor, who lives with his mother. The whereabouts of his dad are unknown. He meets with beautiful Kanchan and both fall in love. But fate has other plans for them, as Ravi soon finds out that Kanchan is already married and has a child.
Director – Raghunath Jhalani
Balraj Sahni Best Movie – Kabuliwala (1961)
Kabuliwala is a 1961 Hindi film based on a story, Kabuliwala, written by the Bengali writer Rabindranath Tagore. Widowed Abdul Rehman Khan is an Afghani Pathan who lives a simple and poor lifestyle with his widowed mom, and daughter, Amina, in Kabul. He owes money to a money-lender that he had borrowed for Amina’s medical treatment, and is unable to re-pay it. He decides to secretly re-locate to Hindustan…
Actors – Balraj Sahni, Sonu and Usha Kiran
Director – Hemen Gupta