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PostPosted: Fri Mar 31, 2006 11:30 pm 
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Jali ko aag kehte hai, bujhi ko raakh
Usme se jo barood banta hai, use Vishwanath kehte hai.


I guess Vijay the dialog is
"Jali Ko aag kehte hai, Bijhi ko raakh
Aur Jo Jal Kar bhi na bujhe, use Vishwanath kehte hai"

I am not sure though :?


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Below are screenshots from Ladies Tailor. They are sourced from 23rd Century brand DVD, normally available only from Ebay. The DVD have no menu options. Sorry the shots are not in the format you prefer!


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PostPosted: Sat Apr 01, 2006 1:34 pm 
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Ladies Tailor 1981

Reena Roy in a double role opposite Sanjeev Kumar

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The subtitles are irremovable. The DVD is sold for 99p but is currently not available from Ebay.


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Shatrughan Sinha's dialogue in Vishwanath is: "Jali ko aag kahte hain, bujhi ko raakh kahte hain, jis raakh se barood bane usey Vishwanath kahte hain."

Apparently Ranjeet had no dialogue in the film except for this line: "Once in a blue moon, kabhi kabhi."


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“Sara shahar mujhe LOIN ke naam se jaanta hai" — Ajit in Kalicharan.

This is the famous villain dialogue by Ajit and he would say “loin” as he could not pronounce ‘lion’. It became a cult classic line after that. The movie also made names like "Rooberrt" and "Moona Darling" so famous, that when used people burst into laughters. The movie gave birth to millions of 'Ajit Jokes'.


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I like that Ladies tailor shots too man! great find!! 8) lucky you! :idea:


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You can be lucky too! LOL. Its back on sale, although not as cheap!

To Buy from Ebay Click Here


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PostPosted: Sat Apr 01, 2006 10:45 pm 
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Introducing Reena Roy...

Just for your interest, Reena Roy's debut film Zaroorat (1972) showcase her in a sexually voluptuous role with scenes of stripping and prostitution! The shots are video sourced.

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PostPosted: Sat Apr 01, 2006 11:58 pm 
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armaan wrote:
Shatrughan Sinha's dialogue in Vishwanath is: "Jali ko aag kahte hain, bujhi ko raakh kahte hain, jis raakh se barood bane usey Vishwanath kahte hain."

Apparently Ranjeet had no dialogue in the film except for this line: "Once in a blue moon, kabhi kabhi."

Hmmm
i thought it was something like this ?

'Jali ko aag kehte hai, Bujhi ko raakh'
'Jo Barood banke nikle, use Vishwanath kehte hain'

and of cos that "Loin" joke


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armaan wrote:
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Perfect guy to strip in front of :D


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Walayati Babu 1981

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The large picture is sourced from LP record scan. The four small pictures are DVD-R captures sourced from video. The print is not too bad to watch, but still awaiting some DVD company to release this title. I think Appollo have the rights but for some reason they won't release it on DVD... Considering its an Amitabh Bachchan film, you would think they will recover the money of reproducing it on DVD!


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armaan - did you get this Vishwanath DVD by Shemaroo?

Surely, interested in screenshots.


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Awaiting DVD - will post them as soon I get them!


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