It was a movie released in 1982 starring Sanjeev Kumar, Deven Verma in double roles along with Maushami Chatterjee and Deepti Naval. It is based on Shakespeare’s comedy of errors. Its unique in a way because this is the only movie where Gulzar had attempted something in the comedy genre. Where all other movies are serious and explore complex human emotions, Angoor is light, funny and is full of situational humor. While other films are already well known and critically acclaimed, Angoor is not that popular. And in spite of being a brilliant film, I am not sure why it was not a hit. Utpal Dutt and Shammi have two twin sons who are named as Ashok. And they also adopt another set of twin boys and name them Bahadur. In a ship accident, the family gets separated where one Ashok and one Bahadur stay together each. Years later they come together coincidently in a city and from there starts a hilarious tale of confusion, misunderstandings and errors which finally ends in a happy reunion.
Khushboo is story of Kusum (Hema Malini) and Brindavan (Jeetendra) who are engaged at a very young age. However, due to some family feuds the engagement is broken off. Brindavan grows up to be a doctor and one day coincidently meets Kusum and comes to know that she is still unmarried. However, Brindavan now is a father to a child named Charan. He had to marry Lakhi (Sharmila Tagore) in some difficult circumstances and who now is no more. From here, Khushboo is a journey of Brindavan and Kusum and their eventual union. It is about Kusum - a strong willed woman who doesn’t want to be taken back out of mercy. She wants back her rightful place in Brindavan’s home but with respect. It is about Brindavan, who is torn between his feelings for Kusum, for his mother and also his duty as a doctor. And within all this, it is also about Brindavan’s and Kusum’s mutual bonding and respect
Just like some characters of heroes, heroines, villains and comedians which have become iconic because of their widespread popularity since many years, there are some women characters – especially those of mothers which have achieved a place of honor in our hearts for the extremely realistic, intense and sensitive portrayal of their roles. These women – who are actually strong and multitalented in their real lives as well - have enacted the characters with great aplomb and grit. Some of them have been very unconventional and might not be the ideal mothers everyone can worship. But they have tried to give something new and different which in its own way created their identity. Below is the list of 10 such badass Bollywood mothers. Read and enjoy.