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K.N. Singh

“I saw to it that my entry brought an air of unpleasantness and bitterness.”

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    THE VAGABOND

    Raj Kapoor India, 1951

    Raj Kapoor’s watershed film belongs to the Golden Age of Hindi cinema, combining multiple genres and serving as a social critique of class in newly independent India. A milestone in introducing global audiences to Bollywood, the film also launched Kapoor’s illustrious Chaplinesque character.

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    BARSAAT

    Raj Kapoor India, 1949

    Often listed as one of Hindi cinema’s best soundtracks, Barsaat marks the grand debut of music-director duo Shankar-Jaikishan. A music-filled romance whose beauty lies in its poetic simplicity, this classic holds audiences captive with Nargis and Raj Kapoor’s scintillating chemistry.

    BAAZI

    Guru Dutt India, 1951

    A tribute to film noir, Guru Dutt’s directorial debut Baazi gives a glimpse of the genius that was seen in his later films. This film stands out for its integration of songs into the storyline, shadowy lighting, and a morally ambiguous, charming hero.

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