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REENA ROY'S GUEST APPEARANCES

Reena Roy must have done guest appearance / guest dance roles in many films.

So far I have identified the followings:

Barood
Taxi Taxie
Gautam Govinda
Bhayaanak
Naya Bakra
Walayati Babu
Deedar-E-Yaar
Faqeer Badshah


Could Reena Roy's fans suggest more titles?

There must be several more... Perhaps Shatrughan Sinha or Sunil Dutt's films... Maybe low budget or B-grade films that needed star appeal ... What about other Punjabi films? Please think and discuss with other people...

If you don't know the name of the film just give other relevant information to help me in identifying the films.

I heard there is a film in which Reena Roy plays herself, ie the character of film celebrity Reena Roy. It is a 1980s guest appearance. Does anyone know the name of the film?

Awaiting for at least two further suggestions, as I would like to take Reena's currently identified/released films from 98 to 100.

The REENA ROY Collection

Reena Roy's website: http://reena-roy.tripod.com
Reena Roy's fans forum: http://reenaroy.forumer.com
Reena Roy's video channel http://youtube.com/armaanUK

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[1993] Aadmi Khilona Hai - SHEMAROO DVD
[1980] Aasha - EROS/SHEMAROO DVD
[1996] Ajay - ASIAN DVD
[1983] Andhaa Kanoon - MDE DVD
[1977] Apnapan - EROS/SHEMAROO DVD
[1983] Arpan - SHEMAROO DVD
[1984] Asha Jyoti - MDE DVD
[1978] Badaltey Rishtey - ULTRA DVD
[1982] Badle Ki Aag - EROS DVD
[1982] Baghavat - ASIAN DVD
[1993] Bedardi - MADHU DVD
[1980] Be-Reham - KMI DVD
[1982] Bezubaan - EROS DVD
[1978] Chor Ho To Aisa - SPARK DVD
[1982] Dard Ka Rishta - T-SERIES DVD
[1982] Deedar-E-Yaar - EROS/SHEMAROO DVD
[1982] Dharam Kanta - SHEMAROO DVD
[1984] Ek Chitthi Pyar Bhari - EAGLE/SHEMAROO DVD
[1999] Gair - ASIAN DVD
[1980] Ganga Aur Suraj - SHEMAROO DVD
[1979] Gautam Govinda - KMI DVD
[1985] Ghulami - BOMBINO DVD
[1984] Hum Dono - UDI DVD
[1982] Insaan - T-SERIES DVD
[1979] Jaani Dushman - MUSIC INDIA DVD
[1977] Jadu Tona - KMI DVD
[1981] Jail Yatra - EROS DVD
[1973] Jaise Ko Taisa - EROS DVD
[1972] Jangle Mein Mangal - EROS DVD
[1977] Jay Vejay - MDE DVD
[1997] Jeeo Shaan Se - EROS DVD
[1980] Jwalamukhi - EROS DVD
[1982] Kachche Heere - SPARK DVD
[1976] Kalicharan - WEG DVD
[1995] Kalyug Ke Avtaar - EROS DVD
[1978] Karmayogi - EROS DVD
[1982] Lakshmi - APOLLO DVD
[1984] Maati Mangey Khoon - SHEMAROO DVD
[1984] Main Intaquam Loonga - EROS DVD
[1972] Milap - MADHU DVD
[1979] Muqabla - APOLLO DVD
[1976] Nagin - EROS DVD
[1980] Naseeb - BABA/TNT DVD
[1983] Naukar Biwi Ka - EROS DVD
[1977] Paapi - SHEMAROO DVD
[1983] Prem Tapasya - SHEMAROO DVD
[1995] Policewala Gunda - T-SERIES DVD
[1981] Pyaasa Sawan - EROS/SHEMAROO DVD
[1984] Raaj Tilak - UDI DVD
[1975] Rani Aur Lalpari - KMI DVD
[1996] Raj Kumar - 21st CENTURY DVD
[2000] Refugee - YRF DVD
[1981] Rocky - EROS DVD
[1982] Sanam Teri Kasam - BABA DVD
[1977] Sat Sri Akal - T-SERIES DVD
[1980] Sau Din Saas Ke - EROS DVD
[1976] Udhar Ka Sindur - YRF DVD
[1978] Vishwanath - SHEMAROO DVD
[1980] Yari Dushmani - EROS DVD
[1975] Zakhmee - EROS DVD


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1972
Zaroorat - Vijay Arora, Danny Denzongpa
Milap - Shatrughan Sinha
Jangle Mein Mangal - Kiran Kumar, Sonia Sahni, Pran

1973
Nai Duniya Naye Log - Satyen, Danny Denzongpa, Nadira
Jaise Ko Taisa - Jeetendra

1974
Goonj - Rakesh Roshan, Mahendra Sandu
Vardaan - Vinod Mehra
Madhosh - Rakesh Roshan, Mahendra Sandhu

1975
Zakhmee - Rakesh Roshan, Sunil Dutt, Asha Parekh
Umar Qaid - Sunil Dutt, Vinod Mehra, Moushumi Chatterjee
Rani Aur Lalpari - Rajendra Kumar, Asha Parekh, Jeetendra, Neetu Singh
Apne Dushman - Dharmendra, Sanjeev Kumar, Rakesh Pandey

1976
Nagin - Jeetendra, Sunil Dutt, Feroz Khan, Sanjay Khan, Mumtaz, Rekha
Kalicharan - Shatrughan Sinha
Barood~ - Rishi Kapoor, Shoma Anand
Udhar Ka Sindur - Jeetendra, Asha Parekh
Gumrah - Subhash Ghai, Danny Denzongpa
Sangram - Shatrughan Sinha

1977
Paapi - Sunil Dutt, Zeenat Aman, Sanjeev Kumar
Taxi Taxie~ - Amol Palekar, Zaheera
Jagriti - Vinod Mehra, Nutan
Zamaanat - Jeetendra
Sat Sri Akal (Gyaani Ji) - Sunil Dutt, Shatrughan Sinha
Jay Vejay - Jeetendra, Prem Kishan, Bindiya Goswami
Jadu Tona - Feroz Khan
Daku Aur Mahatma - Rajendra Kumar, Kabir Bedi, Yogeeta Bali
Apnapan - Jeetendra, Sulakshana Pandit, Sanjeev Kumar

1978
Vishwanath - Shatrughan Sinha
Aakhri Daku - Vinod Khanna, Randhir Kapoor, Rekha
Chor Ho To Aisa - Shatrughan Sinha
Bhookh - Shatrughan Sinha, Asha Sachdev
Badaltey Rishtey - Jeetendra, Rishi Kapoor
Daku Aur Jawan - Sunil Dutt, Vinod Khanna, Leena Chandravakar
Karmayogi - Jeetendra, Rekha, Mala Sinha, Raaj Kumar

1979
Gautam Govinda~ - Shashi Kapoor, Shatrughan Sinha, Moushumi Chatterjee
Jaani Dushman - Sunil Dutt, Shatrughan Sinha, Rekha, Jeetendra, Sanjeev Kumar
Heera Moti - Shatrughan Sinha, Danny Denzongpa
Muqabla - Sunil Dutt, Shatrughan Sinha, Bindiya Goswami
Naya Bakra~ - Rajesh Khanna, Vinod Mehra, Mehmood
Bhayaanak~ - Mithun Chakraborty, Ranjeeta

1980
Khanjar - Navin Nischol
Ganga Aur Suraj - Sunil Dutt, Shashi Kapoor, Sulakshana Pandit
Aasha - Jeetendra, Rameshwari
Sau Din Saas Ke - Raj Babbar, Asha Parekh
Be-Reham - Shatrughan Sinha, Sanjeev Kumar, Mala Sinha
Yari Dushmani - Sunil Dutt, Amjad Khan
Kashish - Navin Nischol, Vinod Mehra
Jwalamukhi - Shatrughan Sinha, Vinod Mehra, Shabana Azmi, Waheeda Rahman

1981
Naseeb - Amitabh Bachchan, Shatrughan Sinha, Rishi Kapoor, Hema Malini
Ladies Tailor - Sanjeev Kumar
Rocky - Sanjay Dutt, Tina Munim, Raakhee
Dhanwan - Rajesh Khanna, Rakesh Roshan
Kachche Heere - Feroz Khan
Pyaasa Sawan - Jeetendra, Moushumi Chatterjee, Vinod Mehra
Jail Yatra - Vinod Khanna
Walayati Babu~ - Amitabh Bachchan, Mehar Mittal
Haathkadi - Shatrughan Sinha, Rakesh Roshan, Ranjeeta, Sanjeev Kumar

1982
Do Ustad - Shatrughan Sinha, Danny Denzongpa
Sanam Teri Kasam - Kamal Hasan
Main Intaquam Loonga - Dharmendra
Insaan - Jeetendra, Vinod Khanna
Badle Ki Aag - Jeetendra, Dharmendra, Sunil Dutt, Smita Patel
Dharam Kanta - Rajesh Khanna, Jeetendra, Sulakshana, Waheeda, Raaj Kumar
Baghavat - Dharmendra, Hema Malini
Lakshmi - Raj Babbar
Deedar-E-Yaar~ - Jeetendra, Rekha, Rishi Kapoor, Tina Munim
Jeeo Aur Jeene Do - Jeetendra, Nutan
Bezubaan - Shashi Kapoor, Naseerudin Shah
Dard Ka Rishta - Sunil Dutt, Smita Patel

1983
Arpan - Jeetendra, Raj Babbar, Parveen Babi
Andhaa Kanoon - Rajnikant, Hema Malini, Amitabh Bachchan
Prem Tapasya - Jeetendra, Rekha
Naukar Biwi Ka - Dharmendra, Raj Babbar, Anita Raj

1984
Maati Maangey Khoon - Shatrughan Sinha, Raj Babbar, Rekha
Asha Jyoti - Rajesh Khanna, Rekha
Inteha - Raj Babbar
Raaj Tilak - Kamal Hasan, Raaj Kumar, Sunil Dutt, Dharmendra, Hema Malini
Ek Chitthi Pyar Bhari - Raj Babbar
Karishmaa - Kamal Hasan, Tina Munim
Hum Dono - Rajesh Khanna, Hema Malini

1985
Kali Basti - Shatrughan Sinha
Ghulami - Dharmendra, Smita Patel, Naseerudin Shah, Mithun Chakraborty

1986

Mangal Dada - Sunil Dutt

1987
Yaadon Ki Zanjeer - Sunil Dutt, Shashi Kapoor, Shabana Azmi
Faqeer Badshah~ - Danny Denzongpa

1988
Dharam Shatru - Shatrughan Sinha

1993
Aadmi Khilona Hai - Jeetendra, Govinda, Meenakshi Sheshadri
Bedardi - Naseerudin Shah, Ajay Devgan, Urmila Matondkar

1995

Janam Kundli - Vinod Khanna, Jeetendra, Anu Agarwal
Policewala Gunda - Dharmendra, Sudesh Berry, Mamta Kulkarni
Kalyug Ke Avtaar - Jeetendra, Madhu

1996
Smuggler - Dharmendra, Ayub Khan, Mukesh Khanna
Raj Kumar - Naseerudin Shah, Anil Kapoor, Madhuri Dixit
Ajay - Kiran Kumar, Sunny Deol, Karishma Kapoor

1997
Jeeo Shaan Se - Dharmendra, Ayub Khan, Vikas Bhalla, Sheeba

1999
Gair - Amrish Puri, Ajay Devgan, Raveena Tandon

2000
Refugee - Anupam Kher, Abhishek Bachchan, Kareena Kapoor, Jackie Shroff

~ Special Appearance


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The Ravishing Reena Roy

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Reena Roy was launched in Zaroorat (1972) by one of the most controversial directors of his time - BR Ishara. The film had all the hot scenes and thought-provoking bold lines Ishara was famous for, and Reena became known as the 'zaroorat’ girl. Her choice of films in the next few years reflected that very ‘neediness’, as she struggled in B grade movies with feeble scripts and faltering heroes.

Her lively performance in Jaise Ko Taisa (1973) and Zakhmee (1975) were noticed by all, but it was the huge success of Nagin (1976) that bought Reena fame and recognition. Playing the title role of the deadly 'nagin', she avenges the death of her lover by ruthlessly murdering five leading male-stars. Inspired by its success, the director, Raj Kumar Kohli, looked no further for the heroine of his next star-studded horror movie, Jaani Dushman (1979). Thereafter, the Kohli-Roy combination continued to give Bollywood cinema some its greatest multi-starrer blockbusters, including Muqabla (1979), Badle Ki Aag (1982), and Raaj Tilak (1984).

Reena Roy was most frequently paired with Sunil Dutt and Shatrughan Sinha in the early days. Whilst her films with the declining Dutt were commercially viable, they failed to develop her image and versatility. With Shatrughan Sinha it was a different ball game altogether. Sinha was a villain struggling to become a hero, and Reena, a heroine struggling to reach the top. Major success came to them together in Subhash Ghai’s debut film, Kalicharan (1976). In a quick succession, the Ghai-Sinha-Roy combination delivered yet another blockbuster thriller, Vishwanath (1978). Shatru and Reena became the hottest pair of the 1970s, partly due to their off-screen involvement.

However, it was Reena’s chemistry with Jeetendra in marital dramas like Badaltey Rishtey (1978) and Pyaasa Sawan (1982) that set her career soaring. The duo produced three of their greatest classics together – Apnapan (1977), Aasha (1980) and Arpan (1983). Reena’s poignant dance in Aasha to the melody of 'Shisha Ho Yah Dil Ho', immortalised her as an icon of desire and tragedy. Her dark-shaded role in Apnapan, as the selfish gold-digger that abandons her husband and child, won her the Best Supporting Actress Filmfare Award. As legend has it, she rejected the honour on basis that she is the heroine of the film, not the supporting actress! And finally, her screen image as a sacrificing symbol of Indian womanhood is glorified in the immensely popular, Arpan.

After the super success of Aasha at the box-office, Reena Roy was a leading lady in demand, securing herself critical roles with phenomenal superstars like Rajesh Khanna, Dharmendra and Vinod Khanna. She is the defiant widow who reforms the egotistical Rajesh Khanna of Dhanwan (1981); the beautiful ‘actress’ that dies on stage performing her last ‘mujra’ for Dharmendra in Naukar Biwi Ka (1983); and the talented psychiatrist determined to cure Vinod Khanna in the comical, Jail Yatra (1981). Top directors like Prakash Mehra, Raj Khosla and Sultan Ahmad grabbed her for crucial roles. But the jewel in the crown came in the form of Manmohan Desai’s grand extravaganza, Naseeb (1981), co-starring the legendary Amitabh Bachchan.

Reena Roy was providing Hema Malini and Rekha stiff competition for the No 1 position by the early 1980s. In 1982 alone, she had thirteen releases, by far more than any of her rivals. She was now demanding equal footing with Hema, and effectively stealing the show from Rekha in emotional melodramas like Prem Tapasya (1983) and Asha Jyoti (1984). Her characters became more versatile, as did her dances, as she effortlessly shifted from classical ‘natyam’ (Rocky, 1981) to 'Disco Station' (Hathkadi, 1982). The sophisticated, glamorous model of Karishmaa (1984) was equally seductive as the village belle of Dharam Kanta (1982). Her profile was further enhanced with an extraordinary double role in the Muslim social, Ladies Tailor (1981), opposite the talented Sanjeev Kumar.

At the pinnacle of her popularity, Reena’s dormant desire to prove herself found expression in a number of female-oriented films. Enacting the role of a tormented ‘bahu’ in Sau Din Saas Ke (1980), she defies conventions to oppose her tyrant mother-in-law. With an author-backed role in Bezubaan (1982), she gives a realistic portrayal of a woman whose past returns to threaten her present married life. But it was Roy’s presentation, Lakshmi (1982) that glorified the presence of Reena Roy in Bollywood cinema. Playing the role of a misfortunate ‘tawiaf’, she dances to her never-ending tragedies. Reena, anguished by the commercial failure of Lakshmi, found solace in the sensational success of her other home production - the musical comedy, Sanam Teri Kasam (1982), opposite upcoming Kamal Hasan.

In 1983 – at the zenith of her stardom – Reena Roy decided to quit films to marry Pakistani cricketer, Mohsin Khan. Her last shooting was for Inteha (1984) – a tragedy, in which she is raped and tormented by Raj Babbar, crying out for help to the tune of 'Lut Gayi Main To Saiyan Lut Gayi'. Despite its lack of widespread acceptance, Inteha is considered as Reena Roy's swan song. However, our last memories of Reena as a heroine, is as the struggling Moran of J P Dutta’s war-torn Ghulami (1985).

The actress that played the role of a fairy to perfection in Rani Aur Lalpari (1975) soon realised the grim realities of the real world, as her marriage to Mohsin Khan disintegrated and she lost custody of her daughter. The philosophy in her Aasha song, 'Duniya Ek Tamasha Hai, Aasha Aur Nirasha Hai, Thode Phool Hai Kaante Hai, Jo Taqdeer Ne Baate Hai' proved prophetic.

Reena returned to Bollywood in 1992, to be directed by none other than J Om Prakash, who gave her classics like Aasha, Apnapan and Arpan. In a pivotal ‘bhabhi’ role, Aadmi Khilona Hai (1993) greeted the arrival of the mature Reena Roy. But the insignificant roles that were to follow proved even to her die-hard fans that the Roy story had come to an end.


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Any useful sites/links/articles on the internet regarding the filmography of this actress would be appreciated. A simple film list would not serve any purpose. Not very interested in her personal life or gossip either! Thanks.

:)

Seen GHULAMI dvd advertised at http://www.indianblockbuster.com.
I wonder who released it?




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Possibly APOLLO! http://www.apollodvd.co.uk

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correction... accoding to the dvd cover, it is released by "AVATAR MOVIES INTERNATIONAL"


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It will be BEI release...


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Gulzar wrote a beautiful song for GHULAMI, I wonder if anyone has heard of it? I think the first stanza is in Persian. Try translating this one, Aarkayne?

:)

Zihaal-e-Muskin Makun-Baranjish
Bahaal-e-Hijra Bechera Dil Hai
Sunai Deti Hai Jiski Dhadkan
Tumhara Dil Hai Yah Hamara Dil Hai




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Are u sure? armaan, zi haal e maskeen was written by gulzar?

Check ur data base???? ???

Do u have that CD too? Mere pee ko, is fabulous too..

Koi roko meri zindagi lae chali, mere pee ko pawan, kistaraf laechali..wow!!




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Arsh - The lyrics for all the songs from Ghulami, including the 3-part Mere Peeko Pawan Kis Gali Le Chali, are by GULZAR. Can you imagine, Indivar with his Saath Mere Aaogi? Ice Cream Khao Gi? style songs writing such beautiful lyrics? I do have the CD, its a Music India release...



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Right, armaan, too inteligent, to be true! for any one else!

But persian flavour is exceptional for gulzar here!


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shuman wrote:
correction... accoding to the dvd cover, it is released by "AVATAR MOVIES INTERNATIONAL"

There are screenshots of that DVD if you search for them.........possibly the worst DVD released.


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Monizam - Some interesting comments about Nagin, hope you didn't get too scared by the time Reena Roy acquired a button nose, transforming into Mumtaz!
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Bhaskar - Thanks for the screenshots link of Ghulami, appears to be a very disappointing transfer, worser than Apollo DVDs!


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Arsh said the same.

Posted: Oct. 06 2003,11:19

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thnx armaan,no doubt, naagin appears to be the most decent transfer of all other posted..

http://www.zulm.net/cgi-bin/ikonboard.c ... f=1;t=6352

Rana

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P.M. to Arsh:
Haven't seen you logging on Arsh. Hoping you are having a good time. Got the DVDs.


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Page 1 updated with pictures to show Reena Roy's age progression from her debut in 1972 to her mid-life crisis in 1993! :D


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