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Yaadon ki Baraat / یادوں کی بارات book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. یادوں کی برات ایک عظیم شاعر کی آپ بیتی اور ایک تار. Josh Malihabadi's books. Josh Malihabadi Average Yaadon ki Baraat / یادوں کی بارات. avg rating — Rate this book. Clear rating. 1 of 5 stars2 of 5 . Yaadon Ki Baarat Josh Malihabadi. by: eGangotri. Usage: CC0 Universal. Topics: Hindi Collection @ Sarai (CSDS). Collection: opensource.


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Yaadon Ki Baraat (Autobiography of Josh Malihabadi) by Josh Malihabadi. Author interviews, book reviews, editors' picks, and more. Read it now. Yadon Ki Baraat (URDU) [Josh Malihabadi] on myavr.info *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. YAADON ki baraat, an autobiography by Josh Maleehabadi (), first appeared in and it created quite a stir. Josh had already.

I applaud with both hands! It's true that I, as a European, will have trouble connecting to your movies in such a way, but at least I can understand the fun!

One is just not supposed to get mixed up deeply with such pictures. It is a movie, where you can get up and get popcorn and chips in between without having to press the pause button.

You can converse with your friend on the phone in between, maybe even read a shallow book, write a facebook message 'YkB is an awful fim, but love it'. Discuss with your friends why Tariq only featured in Nasir Husain's films.

Is he the Uday Chopra of the 70s? I've seen Dharmendra in much better roles where he also looks even better. I never liked Zeenat as a performer but here she looks nice. Vijay Arora was very okay.

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The movie is one crass potboiler OTT. I like that, because indeed that's really what the director does, he puts all the popular ingredients in one pot, and makes them all boil together so as to ladle them to the hungry masses! That's Bollywood's and in general the cinema's temptation, to which it succumbs so often: heat up the same dish, just adding a few new spices.

I'm not a huge fan of Yaadon ki Baarat, but I think I can understand why so many people are I remember this as being one of those films that was shown very frequently on TV, and even now, I think rarely does a week pass without it being available on some TV channel or the other.

I suppose when you've seen it that often, the flaws tend to escape your glazed vision! I feel that Hussain had really wanted to give his movie an "American" look, and it is this mimetic, subservient attitude perhaps I'm wrong!

I prefer the stylishness of Deewar, if you want, where everybody had those garish clothes too, but where I can't feel any of that systematic copying. We were literally rolling on the floor watching the movie that night.

And the title track - no matter how many ever times I see the film, I get goose flesh everytime the title track plays. I still remember my anticipation when I had seen this movie for the first time. I applaud with both hands!

Yaadon Ki Baarat Josh Malihabadi

It's true that I, as a European, will have trouble connecting to your movies in such a way, but at least I can understand the fun! One is just not supposed to get mixed up deeply with such pictures.

It is a movie, where you can get up and get popcorn and chips in between without having to press the pause button. You can converse with your friend on the phone in between, maybe even read a shallow book, write a facebook message 'YkB is an awful fim, but love it'.

Discuss with your friends why Tariq only featured in Nasir Husain's films. Is he the Uday Chopra of the 70s? I've seen Dharmendra in much better roles where he also looks even better. I never liked Zeenat as a performer but here she looks nice.

Vijay Arora was very okay.

The movie is one crass potboiler OTT. I like that, because indeed that's really what the director does, he puts all the popular ingredients in one pot, and makes them all boil together so as to ladle them to the hungry masses!

That's Bollywood's and in general the cinema's temptation, to which it succumbs so often: heat up the same dish, just adding a few new spices.

Yaadon Ki Baaraat

I'm not a huge fan of Yaadon ki Baarat, but I think I can understand why so many people are I remember this as being one of those films that was shown very frequently on TV, and even now, I think rarely does a week pass without it being available on some TV channel or the other.Even Manoj Kumar is contributing to the logic of the multi-starrer.

It is a movie, where you can get up and get popcorn and chips in between without having to press the pause button.

I remember this as being one of those films that was shown very frequently on TV, and even now, I think rarely does a week pass without it being available on some TV channel or the other.

Mushfiq Khwaja thought that Josh had written about only those from whom he gained some monetary gain. It was because of his indecisiveness that he could not stick to any one version of his autobiography and went on making drastic changes so that, as Dr Naqvi, tells us, we have more than three manuscripts from him.

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