Bollywood’s first non-interval film was Rajesh Khanna’s film In this film, Rajesh Khanna played the role of a painter who is accused of killing his rich wife (Aruna Irani).
Bollywood movies are made every year and people go to theaters to watch movies of their favorite stars, every movie has an interval in which people enjoy popcorn, but do you know a movie in the history of Bollywood It was also made in which there was no interval, the name of this film was ‘Ittefaq’. Bollywood’s first non-interval film was Rajesh Khanna’s film
Actually, this is the year 1969 when Yash Chopra had a. Gujarati play ‘Dhumas’ which was inspired by the English play ‘Signpost to Murder’. Yash Chopra liked the play so much that he took the writers with. Him the very next day and showed him that he made a film on this drama. At the same time, Rajesh Khanna won a contest of. Filmfare in which he was also given the opportunity to work in a film,. Then Yashji signed him as the hero for this film. Then came the actress of the film,. Yash Chopra needed a heroine who could play the role of a murderer in the film,. But the audience could not know till last that this girl with. Innocent face can also bleed, that’s why Took Nanda with Rajesh Khanna.
Shooting of the film
After the hero, heroine finals, the shooting of the film also started soon and the sooner the shooting started,. The more it finished, in just 20 days, Yash ji had completed the shooting of the film. When the film was released, it also got a good response from the audience and the film became a hit. ‘Ittefaq’ became the first Bollywood film that did not have an interval. This film was screened from beginning to end.
In this film, Rajesh Khanna played the role of a painter. Who is accused of killing his rich wife (Aruna Irani). They hide in Nanda’s bungalow to hide from the police,. But the same night they realize that the mistress of the house is hiding something from them. Actually, Nanda aka the mistress of the house does not want to let Rajesh reach the corpse of her husband. Another thing in this film was not only the interval but there was also no song.