- Actors: Ashok Kumar, Raj Babbar, Rajesh Khanna, Satyendra Kapoor, Jagdish Raj
- Directors: Asit Sen, J. Om Prakash, K. S. Prakash Rao, Lekh Tandon, Manmohan Desai
- Format: Box set
- Language: Hindi
- Subtitles: English
- Region: All Regions
- Number of discs: 12
- Rated: U (Universal)
- Studio: Shemaroo
- Run Time: 1787.00 minutes
- Average Customer Review: 4 customer reviews
- ASIN: B00ARGK2DC
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #7,010 in Movies & TV Shows (See Top 100 in Movies & TV Shows)
Best of Rajesh Khanna - 12 Movie DVD Pack
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Sachaa Jhutha (1970)
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Roti: Mangal Singh (Rajesh Khanna) has been a career criminal, whose criminal career began to steal food and to keep from starving and thence got him in deeper and deeper in the criminal world. His crimes have caught up with him and he is sentenced to be hanged. He dramatically escapes with the help of underworld don, Suraj (Pinchoo Kapoor) and is on the run from the police. He lands up in a small village in Northern India and becomes a school-teacher with the help of local restauranteur, Bijli (Mumtaz). He takes on the identity of Ramu, a friend of Shravan and goes to live with Shravan's parents, Lalaji (Om Prakash) and Malti (Nirupa Roy), little knowing that they are the parents of a man he killed while escaping from the police.
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Prem Kahani: Rajesh Narain lives a poor lifestyle in a small town in British India along with his brother, Brijesh, Bhabi, and a niece, Munni. He attends college and has a sweetheart in wealthy Kamini Sinha and both hope to get married someday. While Brijesh is actively involved in trying to force their oppressors (the British) to leave India, poetic Rajesh has no interest in politics. Things change when Brijesh gets killed and Rajesh decides to avenge his death by actively becoming involved with freedom fighters so much so that he quickly becomes a thorn on the Britisher's side and orders are issued to apprehend him - dead or alive. He even spurns Kamini, who ends up getting married to a man of her dad's choice. While on the run from the law, assisted by a Pathan truck-driver, Sher Khan, Rajesh finds shelter in the house of his childhood friend, newly-wed Superintendent of Police, Dheeraj Kumar - not knowing that he will soon be confronted by an embittered Kamini, who is the bride of Dheeraj, Sher Khan, who has been arrested and is being tortured may soon reveal Rajesh's hiding place and from Dheeraj himself when he finds out that his best friend loves his bride.
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The collection is very good & quality of video/audio is nice. But one DVD is not working, so giving 1* less.
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Box Outlook: Glossy and Sturdy
The DVDs were inserted into cheap plastic (soft) covers, and then inserted into their individual pockets. The pockets were made out of cardboard and then simply glued to the main box. If you are going to watch the movies only once then it may be a good fit for you. However, I like to watch the movies over and over, and it was obvious to me that the cheap-guled-pocket for storage will not sustain repeated usage.
Final Outcome: Out of the disappointment of such a substandard product i decided to return it.