Anand (1971)

Hindi 2 hrs 30 mins Drama
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Total Reviews: 4
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Review Summary: A good ol'd classic!

Average Critic Rating: (3.56)
Release Date: 01 Jan 1971

Plot: The film begins with a felicitation ceremony arranged for Dr. Bhaskar ( Amitabh Bachchan ) who has just written a book titled Anand. Bhaskar is a cancer specialist and after the congratulatory speeches, he reveals that the book is not a work of fiction but taken from his own diary Read more

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It is an old saying that art movies are art movies, commercial ones are commercial, and the twain shall not meet.
India Glitz
This film has the lots of freshness and is a class apart. _x000D_ Sometimes, you feel like watching old classics done _x000D_ by the legends like K Balachandar, K Viswanath and Bapu. _x000D_ The first half is excellent. The second half is good. _x000D_ The director Sekhar Kammula should have concentrated _x000D_ more on the last 30 minutes, as it appeared little dragged. _x000D_ It is a director's film and Sekhar Kammula should be _x000D_ commended for making film without imitating/formulizing _x000D_ and for leaving his own signature on 'Anand'. This film _x000D_ definitely lives up to its caption of 'manchi coffee _x000D_ lanti cinema'. Films like Anand should be watched and _x000D_ appreciated by all. I would recommend 'Anand' to everybody.
Idle Brain
Anand Sehgal (Rajesh Khanna) arrives in Mumbai to get treated for his lymph sarcoma of the intestine under Dr. Prakash (Ramesh Deo). He encounters the matron (Lalita Pawar) there and gets scared of her disciplinary attitude. He then befriends Prakash’s co
Pranay Bhagat, Planet Bollywood