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For the television show of same name, see Kora Kagaz (TV series). Kora Kagaz
Korakagaz.jpg Film poster Directed by Anil Ganguly Produced by Sanat
Kothari Written by M.G. Hashmat (dialogue) Screenplay by Surendra Sailaj
Story by Saat Paake Bandha by Ashutosh Mukhopadhyay Starring Vijay Anand Jaya
Bachchan Music by Kalyanji-Anandji Cinematography Bipin Gajjar Production
company Mehboob Studios Satraj Studios Rajkamal Studios Ranjit Studios Shree Sound
Studio Distributed by Shreeji Films Eros Entertainment Release date May 10, 1974
Country India Language Hindi Kora Kagaz (Hindi: ककरर करगज; translation: Blank
Paper) is a 1974 Hindi drama film produced by Sanath Kothari and directed by Anil
Ganguly. The film stars Vijay Anand, Jaya Bhaduri, A.K. Hangal, Achala Sachdev and
Deven Verma. The films music is by Kalyanji Anandji. The famous title song "Mera
Jeevan Kora Kagaz" was by Kishore Kumar. At the 22nd National Film Awards, it won
the award for Best Popular Film Providing Wholesome Entertainment, while Lata
Mangeshkar won the award for Best Female Playback Singer. The film is a remake of
1963 Bengali film Saat Pake Bandha directed by Ajoy Kar, and starring Suchitra Sen
[1]which itself was based on the story Saat Paake Bandha by Ashutosh Mukhopadhyay
[2] Contents 1 Plot 2 Cast 3 Crew 4 Music 5 Awards and
nominations 5.1 National Film Award 5.2 Filmfare Awards 5.2.1 Won 5.2.2
Nomination 5.3 BFJA Awards 6 References 7 External links Plot
Professor Sukesh Dutt (Vijay Anand) and Archana Gupta (Jaya Bhaduri) meet each
other in a chance encounter while traveling by BEST bus service in Mumbai.
Archana's father likes Sukesh and both Archana and Sukesh also get attracted to
each other and get married. Archana's mother does not like Sukesh due to his modest
income. She makes up stories about their affluence, which offends Sukesh. This
results in acrimony between Archana and Sukesh, and they decide to separate.
Archana goes to live with her parents, while Sukesh relocates. Archana's family
asks her to forget Sukesh, and remarry, which Archana finds difficult since she
still has feelings for Sukesh. Cast Vijay Anand as Professor Sukesh Dutt Jaya
Bhaduri as Archana Gupta A. K. Hangal as Principal Gupta Achala Sachdev as Mrs.
Gupta Nazneen as Aruna Gupta Dinesh Hingoo as Govind Gupta Ramesh Deo as Archana's
Uncle Seema Deo as Archana's Aunt Sulochana Latkar as Sukesh's Aunt Master Shahid
as Deepak Deven Verma as Drona Acharya Crew Director - Anil Ganguly Story -
Ashutosh Mukherjee Screenplay - Surendra Shailaj Dialogue - M. G. Hashmat Producer
- Sanat Kothari Cinematographer - Bipin Gajjar Art Director - Abdul Rahim
Choreographer - Suresh Bhatt, Praveen Kumar Music Director - Kalyanji Anandji
Lyricist - M. G. Hashmat Playback Singers - Kishore Kumar, Lata Mangeshkar Editor -
Waman B. Bhosle, Guru Dutt Music Song "Mera Jeevan Kora Kagaz" topped the Binaca
Geetmala annual list 1974 Song Title Singers Length "Mera Jeevan Kora
Kagaz" Kishore Kumar 3:35 "Mera Padhne Mein Nahin Lage Dil" Lata
Mangeshkar 3:01 "Roothe Roothe Piya" Lata Mangeshkar 3:22 Awards and
nominations National Film Award Best Popular Film Providing Wholesome Entertainment
: Anil Ganguly[3] Best Female Playback Singer: Lata Mangeshkar for the song "Roothe
Roothe Piya."[3][4] Filmfare Awards Won Filmfare Best Actress Award - Jaya Bachchan
Filmfare Best Music Director Award - Kalyanji Anandji Nomination Best Film Best
Director - Anil Ganguly Best Story - Ashutosh Mukhopadhyay Best Lyricist -
M.G.Hashmat for the song "Mera Jeevan Kora Kagaz" Best Male Playback Singer -
Kishore Kumar for the song "Mera Jeevan Kora Kagaz"[5] BFJA Awards Lata Mangeshkar
- Best Female Playback Singer in Hindi film section Kishore Kumar - Best Male
Playback Singer in Hindi film section Kalyanji Anandji - Best Music Directors in
Hindi film section M.G.Hashmat - Best Lyricist in Hindi film section[6] References
Gulazar; Nihalani, Govind; Chatterjee, Saibal (2003). Encyclopaedia of Hindi
Cinema. Popular Prakashan. p. 431. ISBN 978-81-7991-066-5. "22nd National Film
Awards" (PDF). Directorate of Film Festivals. Retrieved 1 October 2011.
DownMelodyLane..::..National Awards - Year 1971-1980 1st Filmfare Awards 1953
69th & 70th Annual Hero Honda BFJA Awards 2007 Archived 1 May 2008 at the Wayback
Machine. External links Kora Kagaz on IMDb vte National Film Award for Best Popular
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Categories: Hindi-language films1974 filmsIndian drama filmsIndian films1970s
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