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A Manzil of Memories: Rare Memorabilia Of Basu Chatterji’s Films

Booklet Cover Of Chhoti Si Baat

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Booklet cover of Chhoti Si Baat

Chhoti Si Baat’s Amol Palekar was the shy, tongue-tied secret admirer of Vidya Sinha, who had to undergo a rigorous training in love by Colonel Julius Nagendranath Wilfred Singh of Khandala (played delightfully by Ashok Kumar) to be able to woo her convincingly

Chhoti Si Baat looked at how romance blossoms in the midst of the hurly-burly of city life, in between the daily chores and work responsibilities.

This picture is part of the film memorabilia on display at the exhibition on Basu Chatterji’s films titled ‘Basu Chatterji, A Manzil of Memories’, organised by Sensorium and Weavers Studio Centre for the Arts in Kolkata.

(These film stills and memorabilia are courtesy SMM Ausaja, Rupali Guha and Supratik Roy.)

Na jaane kyun hota hai ye zindagi ke saath (Chhoti Si Baat)

Singer: Lata Mangeshkar
Music: Salil Chowdhury

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