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Dil Aisa Kisi Ne Mera Toda Barbaadi Ki Taraf Aisa Moda-Amanush (1975)

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Published on Jun 16, 2011

Dil Aisa Kisi Ne Mera Toda Barbaadi Ki Taraf Aisa Moda
Ek Bhale Manus Ko, Amanush Bana Ke Chorra
Dil Aisa Kisi Ne Mera Toda Barbaadi Ki Taraf Aisa Moda
Ek Bhale Manus Ko, Amanush Bana Ke Chorra
Amanush is a 1975 Indian film made in both Hindi and Bengali produced and directed by Shakti Samanta. The film stars Sharmila Tagore, Uttam Kumar, Utpal Dutta and Asit Sen.
The Bengali version of the fim achieved immense popularity amongst Bengalis and featured many memorable songs by Kishore Kumar like Bipinbabur karansudha and Ki asha-y baandhi khelaghar. Also, this film featured the Bengali film star Uttam Kumar at the height of his popularity and Utpal Dutta turned in a typically stellar performance as the villain.
The film was later remade in Telugu as "Edureeta" (1977) starring N.T.Rama Rao, Vanisri, and Jayasudha.
Saagar Kitna Mere Paas Hai
Mere Jeevan Mein Phir Bhi Pyaas Hai
Hai Pyaas Badi Jeevan Chota Amanush Bane Ke Chorra
Dil Aisa Kisi Ne Mera Toda Barbaadi Ki Taraf Aisa Moda

Kehete Hai Duniya Ke Raaste Koi Manzil Nahi Tere Vaaste
Nakaamiyon Se Naata Mera Joda, Amanush Bana Ke Chorra
Dil Aisa Kisi Ne Mera Toda Barbaadi Ki Taraf Aisa Moda

Dhooba Suraj Phir Se Nikle Raheta Nahi Hai Andera
Mera Suraj Aisa Roota, Dekha Na Maine Savera
Ujaalon Ne Saath Mera Chorra, Amanush Bana Ke Chorra
Dil Aisa Kisi Ne Mera Toda Barbaadi Ki Taraf Aisa Moda
Ek Bhale Manus Ko, Amanush Bana Ke Chorra
All lyrics www.allthelyrics.com
Dil Aisa Kisi Ne Mera Toda Barbaadi Ki Taraf Aisa Moda.....
Uttam Kumar (Bengali: উওম কুমার; 3 September 1926 -- 24 July 1980) is one of the most famous names of Indian Bengali Cinema.[1] . Born, Arun Kumar Chatterjee in 1926 at Ahiritola, North Calcutta he is widely known as Uttam Kumar and Mahanayak (The great hero).
A workaholic, he was rumored to have said that his preferred demise would be on the floor of a studio, doing what he loved best, acting. Ironically while filming Ogo Bodhu Shundori in 1980, he suffered a heart attack. Uttam Kumar was admitted to the Belleveue Clinic. The doctors did their best for 16 hours but he died that night on July 24, 1980 at the age of 53. As his hearse wound its way across Bhowanipur and finally to the Keoratala Burning Ghat, traffic in Kolkata came to a halt as thousands flocked the streets to pay their respects and have a last glimpse of the legend.
Late journalist Rintu Mukherjee, in his "Khanojonma Uttam," explained the incredible bankability of this star. From 1947 to 1980, both in Bengali and Hindi, Uttam Kumar acted in 202 films. Among them 39 were blockbusters, 57 were superhits, 57 made profits above the average and the rest flopped.
[edit]Awards

B.F.J.A Best Actor Award for Hrod (1955)
Recognition from the Government of India for Harano Sur (1957)
B.F.J.A Best Actor award for Saptapadi (1961). Uttam Kumar received the award from the legendary film-maker Debaki Bose.
B.F.J.A Best Actor award for Nayak (1966). Attended the Berlin Film Festival as a distinguished guest.
The very first recipient of the National Film Awards in the Best Actor category for both Chiriyakhana and Antony Firingee (1967).
B.F.J.A Best Actor award for Grihadha (1967).
B.F.J.A Best Actor award for Ekhane Pinjar (1971).
Best Actor award from 'Prosad' magazine for Stri (1973). He received the award from Kanan Devi.
B.F.J.A Best Actor award for Amanush (1974).
Best Actor Filmfare Award Nomination for Amanush (1975).
He received the Best Actor award for the same film from the Government of West Bengal on January 26, 1975. The price was worth 5000 rupees. Uttam Kumar donated the whole sum to the impoverished artists' fund.
B.F.J.A Best Actor award for Bahnisikha (1976).
Best Actor award both from the Prosad magazine and Sanonskritik Sanbadik Sanostha for Anand Ashram (1977).

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