Ravikant Nagaich’s 1960s Color Works


I had posted some songs from Ravikant Nagaich’s Bollywood movies from the 1970s on his death anniversary, last month. Today, I have selected some songs from Ravikant Nagaich’s 1960s color works.

Before going to the list, let’s have a look at some more information about the filmmaker. Ravikant Nagaich was 1931-born in a Brahmin family at Atrauli, UP, India. He began his career as a cinematographer for Telugu movies. N T Rama Rao’s Sri Seetha Rama Kalyanam (1961) was his debut movie.

His Farz (1967) saw him step into Bollywood as a director. Farz (1967) was a low-budget James Bond-inspired thriller and a surprise hit helping not only the debutante director but also the movie’s lead pair – Babita and Jeetendra. Ravikant Nagaich repeated similar themes even in his later movies like Keemat (1973), Raksha (1981) and The Gold Medal (1984).

Bollywood and Ravikant Nagaich’s 1960s Color Works:

Some of my favorite songs from his colored Bollywood movies released in the 1960s:

Baar baar din yeh aaye… Farz (1967) – Direction and cinematography.

Tumse o Haseena… Farz (1967)

Mera naam hai Chameli… Raja Aur Runk (1968) – Only cinematography.

O Phirkiwali… Raja Aur Runk (1968)

Mere des mein pawano chale purwai… Jigri Dost (1969) – Only direction.

Phool hai baharonka… Jigri Dost (1969)


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