Thursday, May 22, 2008

Rishi Kapoor Poonam Dhilon songs.

Rishi Kapoor Poonam Dhilon songs.

Rishi Kapoor acted opposite most the leading actresses of bollywood during the 70s and 80s. Among them he had a very successful combination with Poonam Dhilon. Poonam Dhilon previously established herself in bollywood by performaing in successful films like Noorie, Samunder, etc.

In the film Yeh Vada Raha, Rishi Kapoor and Poonam Dhilon were successful as romantic performers. Rishi Kapoor loved Poonam Dhilon in the film, but his mother never accepted her as her daughter-in-law due to her poor background. Both of them decided to marry each other without the mother’s consent, but when they were on their way to the temple, due to natural consequences, both gets injured, and Poonam Dhilon gets disfigured after the incident. The film takes a new turn.

The songs in the films were composed by RD Burman and the melodious music contributed to the success of the film. Songs like “aisakabhi hua nahi”, “yeh wada raha”, “jeene ko to jeete hai sabhi”, became landmark hits during the early 80s. Rishi Kapoor was known for his powerful lips and he did justice to the songs sung by Kishore Kumar. Asha Bhosle also sang well in the film for Poonam Dhilon.

Both of them did well in the film Sitamgar. Although it was an action film where Dharmender had the leading character, the romantic portion of Rishi Kapoor and Poonam Dhilon impressed the viewers. Dharmender worked in the house of an industrialist from childhood, who ill-treated him and even injured him. He went to prison and spend a considerable period of life over there.

Rishi Kapoor gave elegant lips in the song “mausam pyar ka”, sung by Kishore Kumar and composed by RD Burman. Poonam Dhilon did well in her respective role. Dharmender took revenge against Shreeram Lagoo for the oppression he faced from him.

Although Rishi Kapoor and Poonam dhilon did not perform together in many films, in whichever films they were together, the viewers enjoyed their performance and the songs of those films were successful. The songs and the films should be restored.

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