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KISHORE KUMAR - YAADON MEIN WOH - SWAMI 1977

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SONG:YAADON MEIN WOH SAPNON MEIN HAI
MUSIC:RAJESH ROSHAN
LYRICS:AMIT KHANNA
SINGER:KISHORE KUMAR
FILM:SWAMI

Swami is a 1977 Hindi Bollywood film directed by Basu Chatterjee and produced by Jaya Chakravarty (mother of Hema Malini).

The film stars Shabana Azmi, Vikram, Girish Karnad, Utpal Dutt... The music was given by Rajesh Roshan while the lyrics were written by Amit Khanna

Hema Malini and Dharmendra make a guest appearance together in the film.


Shabana Azmi( born 18 September 1950 in New Delhi, India) is one of the leading actresses of parallel cinema.She is a film actress and social activist, and her performances in films in a variety of genres have generally earned her praise and awards including five wins of the National Film Award for Best Actress.She is married to Indian poet and screenwriter Javed Akhtar.

Shabana Azmi was born in a Muslim family. Her parents are Kaifi Azmi (an Indian poet) and Shaukat Azmi(a stage actress),both of whom were members of the Communist Party of India. Her brother, Baba Azmi, is a cinematographer. Her parents had an active social life, and their home was always throbbing with people and activities of the communist party.

She completed a graduate degree in Psychology from St. Xaviers College, Mumbai, and followed it with a course in Acting at the Film and Television Institute of India . Her first release, however, was Shyam Benegal's directorial debut Ankur (1974) based on a true story . Azmi was not the original choice for the film, and several leading actresses of that time refused to do it. The film went on to become a major critical success, and Azmi won the National Film Award for Best Actress for her performances.

She went on to receive the National Film Award consecutively for three years from 1983 to 1985 for her roles in movies, Arth, Khandhar and Paar. Another film Godmother (1999) earned her another National Film Award, taking her tally to five.

Azmis acting has been characterized by a real-life depiction of the roles played by her. In Mandi, she acted as a madam of a whorehouse. For this role, she put on weight and even chewed betel. Real life portrayals continued in almost all her movies. These included the role of a woman named Jamini resigned to her destiny in Khandhar, and a typical urban Indian wife, homemaker and mother in Masoom.

She also acted in experimental and parallel Indian cinema. Deepa Mehtas 1996 film Fire depicts her as a lonely woman, Radha, in love with her sister-in-law. The on-screen depiction of lesbianism (perhaps the first in Indian cinema) drew severe protests and threats from many social groups as well as by the Indian authorities. Her role as Radha brought her international recognition with the Silver Hugo Award for Best Actress at the 32nd Chicago Film Festival and Jury Award for Best Actress at Outfest, Los Angeles.

Some of her notable films include Shyam Benegal's Nishant (1975), Junoon (1978), Khoon Ki Pukar (1978) Susman (1986), and Antarnaad (1992); . Her other films include the commercially successful Manmohan Desai's Amar Akbar Anthony, and Parvarish and Prakash Mehras Jwalamukhi. Azmi starred in Hollywood productions such as John Schlesingers Madame Sousatzka (1988) and Roland Joffes City of Joy (1992).

She had participated in several plays and demonstrations denouncing communalism. In 1989, along with Swami Agnivesh and Asghar Ali Engineer, The 1993 Mumbai riots appalled her and she emerged as a forceful critic of religious extremism. After the 11 September 2001 attacks, she opposed the advice of an important religious leader calling upon the Muslims of India to join the people of Afghanistan in their fight by retorting that the leader go there alone.Her strong reaction encouraged other moderate Muslim leaders to counsel restraint and tolerance, and to shun terrorism.

She has campaigned against ostracism of victims of AIDS. A small film clip issued by the Government of India depicts an HIV positive cuddled in her arms and saying: "She does not need your rejection, she needs your love". In a Bengali film named Meghla Aakash she played the role of a physician treating AIDS patients.

In the initial stage of her career, she was linked to film director Shekhar Kapur. She married Javed Akhtar, a lyricist, poet and Bollywood scriptwriter on 9 December 1984. It was Akhtars second marriage, the first being with Bollywood scriptwriter, Honey Irani. Indian actresses Farah Naaz and Tabu are her nieces.

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