Sanjeev Kumar Best Movies
Sanjeev Kumar Best Movies is the collection of top bollywood movies of Sanjeev Kumar. Sanjeev Kumar was one of the most prominent Indian actors in Bollywood. He made his debut in the film Hum Hindustani in 1960. Sanjeev’s first film as a hero was the 1965 Nishan. He played opposite the famous actor Dilip Kumar in Sangharsh (1967). In 1970, Khilona made him a star. He did nine films with Gulzar, including Aandhi (1975), Mausam (1975), Angoor (1981) and Namkeen (1982). His best-remembered roles were in the blockbuster films Sholay (1975) and Trishul (1978).
Sanjeev Kumar Best Movie – Arjun Pandit (1976)
Arjun Pandit is a 1976 best drama movie directed by Hrishikesh Mukherjee. It is one of Hrishikesh Mukherjee’s memorable creations. Ashok Kumar played the role of a village doctor, assisted by Sanjeev Kumar whom he converted from an illiterate villager to a compounder.
Actors – Sanjeev Kumar, Srividya and Ashok Kumar
Director – Hrishikesh Mukherjee
Sanjeev Kumar Best Movie – Zindagi (1976)
Zindagi is a 1976 Hindi drama movie produced by Romu Sippy and directed by Ravi Tandon. Raghu Shukla (Sanjeev Kumar) lives in a small town in India with his wife, Sarojini; two sons – Naresh and Ramesh, who are married to Sudha and Shobha respectively, and altogether have three children, an unmarried daughter, Seema, who is away studying in a hostel, and a nephew named Prabhu.
Actors – Mala Sinha, Sanjeev Kumar and Vinod Mehra
Director – Ravi Tandon
Sanjeev Kumar Best Movie – Angoor (1982)
Angoor is a 1982 best Hindi comedy movie. It is based on Shakespeare’s play The Comedy of Errors. The film is about two pairs of identical twins separated at birth and how the circumstances go haywire when they meet in adulthood. R. Tilak lives in Dinkapur with his widowed mother, and a servant named Bahadur. He travels to another town on a business trip to buy several acres of grape-bearing trees, with Bahadur accompanying him.
Actors – Sanjeev Kumar, Moushumi Chatterjee and Deven Verma
Director – Gulzar
Sanjeev Kumar Best Movie – Yaadgaar (1984)
Yaadgaar is a 1984 best action and comedy film directed by Narayana Rao Dasari. After the passing of his father, an unemployed slacker-trouble-maker faces many challenges and humiliation when he goes to live with his married sister and her family.
Director – Narayana Rao Dasari
Sanjeev Kumar Best Movie – Sholay (1975)
Sholay is a 1975 best action-adventure movie produced by G.P. Sippy and directed by his son Ramesh Sippy. It ran for 286 weeks straight (more than five years) in one Mumbai theatre. Sholay achieved a still-standing record of 60 golden jubilees (50 consecutive weeks) across India. Sholay is one of the best ever made in Hindi movies. After his family is murdered by a notorious and ruthless bandit, a former police officer enlists the services of two outlaws to capture him.
Director – Ramesh Sippy
Sanjeev Kumar Best Movie – Itni Si Baat (1981)
Itni Si Baat is a 1981 best comedy movie directed by Madhu M.One day while travelling on the BEST bus in Bombay, Raja produces a 100 rupee note to buy a 50 paisa bus ticket, and is made fun of by the bus conductor, and asked to leave the bus. Asha, who is travelling on the same bus, pays for his fare, and he tells her that he will re-pay this loan after he gets some change.
Actors – Sanjeev Kumar, Moushumi Chatterjee and Arun Govil
Director – Madhu M.
Sanjeev Kumar Best Movie – Manchali (1973)
Manchali is a 1973 best comedy and romantic movie, directed by Rajendra Bhatia. Manchali is that story you never actually read but know by heart. A rogue and spoilt girl from a rich family hires a husband who apparently is from a poor family for reason as obscure as ‘her chacha is not exactly keeping well and she must get married’. Then she sleeps on the King sized bed with almost as much pillow material as needed to cover her flesh and makes the poor-guy-on-hire sleep on balcony.
Actors – Sanjeev Kumar, Leena Chandavarkar and Nazima
Director – Rajendra Bhatia
Sanjeev Kumar Best Movie – Griha Pravesh (1979)
Griha Pravesh is a 1979 best drama film directed by Basu Bhattacharya. Amar and Mansi meet through their respective families and have an arranged marriage. Amar, a book-keeper, is very thrifty, intends to save money so that they can buy their very own flat, and both to live as frugally as possible. Mansi soon gives birth to a baby boy, Bablu.
Actors – Sanjeev Kumar, Sharmila Tagore and Sarika
Director – Basu Bhattacharya
Sanjeev Kumar Best Movie – Yehi Hai Zindagi (1977)
Yehi Hai Zindagi is a 1977 best Hindi comedy and drama film. Produced by B.Nagi Reddy the film is directed by K. S. Sethumadhavan. Anand Narayan comes from a poor family, which consists of his wife, Gayetri, daughter, Kamla, and two sons Madhu and Govind. Through hard work, Anand starts on his way to success. He meets with Nekiram, who becomes his business partner, and also his samdhi (in-law) as his daughter is in love with Madhu. Both get married in a simple ceremony.
Actors – Sanjeev Kumar, Utpal Dutt and David Abraham
Director – K.S. Sethumadhavan
Sanjeev Kumar Best Movie – Trishna (1978)
Trishna is a 1978 best Hindi drama movie, directed by Anil Ganguly. Dr. Sunil Gupta lives a wealthy lifestyle with his wife, Aarti. Although they have been married for several years, they do not have any children. Aarti did get pregnant once, but failed to conceive. Aarti decides to travel to take a break in their Khandala bungalow, which is also in the neighborhood of Aarti’s sister Vidya, her son, Raju and her husband’s house.
Director – Anil Ganguly
Sanjeev Kumar Best Movie – Andhi (1975)
Aandhi is a 1975 best romantic and drama movie supposedly based on then-prime minister Indira Gandhi’s life, but in reality, it was inspired by Tarkeshwari Sinha, apart from Indira Gandhi. It was directed by Gulzar. J.K. is a hotel Manager in a scenic location in India. One day he gallantly comes to the rescue of a drunk daughter, Aarti, of a politician, and chooses to be discrete about it. When she recovers, she and he fall in love; get married in a small marriage ceremony, have a daughter, and thereafter differences arise to such an extent that they decide to separate.
Actors – Suchitra Sen, Sanjeev Kumar and Om Shivpuri
Director – Gulzar