A Tribute To Lal Bahadur
Shastri - N.80251 - (Condition - 85-90%) - 78RPM
was born at the house of his maternal grandparents in Mughalsarai, Varanasi
in a Kayastha Hindu family, that had traditionally been employed as Highly
administrators and civil servants. Sha..
Aag - N 35324 - 78 RPM
Kewal (Raj Kapoor) reluctantly accepts his father (Kamal Kapoor)'s demands to continue the family tradition by studying law and become a successful lawyer just like him. However due to a lack of interest in becoming a lawyer and more interes..
Aag – N.55464 - 78 RPM
The films story revolves around Shanker and his mute
sister Durgi.Shanker is a young man who lives in a small village community
with his mute sister, Durgi, and his mom, Shanti. Shanker's efforts to get
Durgi married are all in vain. The local money-l..
FT. 17534 - 78 RPM
Aah is a 1953 black and white
Bollywood romantic drama film starring Raj Kapoor and Nargis in lead roles.
The film was produced by Raj Kapoor and directed by Raja Nawathe. This was
Nawathe's first independent directorial venture. He had previousl..
Aaj Aur Kal - N 54311 - 78 RPM
Even though India attained independence from the British, several Maharajas continue with their oppressive regimes including widower Balbirsingh. Living with him in his mansion are his rather subdued children: Pratap, Hemlata, Raje..
Kaa M.L.A - 7EPE 7868 - EP Record
Avtar, a barber in a small village, comes from a poor family, widowed, but
has his wife's sister, Sushma, looking after him and his kids. Ram Avtar
cuts, shaves, and grooms all males in his village, including Minister
Aan - N 50089 - 78 RPM
Aan (Hindi: आन, Urdu: آن, translation: Pride), also
known as The Savage Princess in the United States, is a 1952 Hindi film
produced and directed by Mehboob Khan, which was India's first technicolour
film, as it was shot in 16mm Gevacolour and was blo..
Aan - N.50090 - (Condition - 85-90%) - 78 RPM
Aan (Hindi: आन, Urdu: آن, translation: Pride), also known as The Savage
Princess in the United States, is a 1952 Hindi film produced and directed by
Mehboob Khan, which was India's first technicolour film, as it was shot in