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Rajesh Khanna Retrospective in Delhi from August 18

By NewsDesk • Published on August 18, 2012

A Retrospective of late superstar Rajesh Khanna will be organized from August 18-20, 2012 at Sirifort Auditorium II, New Delhi.

Entry is free, on first come first serve basis for all screenings and panel discussions.

This Retrospective is being organized by the Directorate of Film Festivals and Ministry of Information and Broadcasting.

Inauguration of the programme will be on August 18 at 12:30 pm in the presence of Choudhary Mohan Jatua, Minister of State (I & B), Rajeev Shukla, Minister of State (Parliamentary Affairs), Dimple Kapadia, actor and wife of the late superstar and Om Prakash, producer and director.

Aap Ki Kasam (1970) directed by Om Prakash will be screened after the inauguration.

The films to be screened are as follows:

18th August, 2012

Aradhana (1970) by Shakti Samanta

4:30 pm

19th August, 2012

Aakhri Khat (1966) by Chetan Anand

10:30 am

Ittefaq (1969) by Yash Chopra

1:30pm

Amar Prem (1972) by Shakti Samanta

3:30 pm

Panel Discussion- The Star and His Style

6:00 pm followed by Kati Patang (1970) by Shakti Samant

20th August, 2012

Bawarchi (1972) by Hrishikesh Mukherjee

10:30 am

Avishkaar (1973) by Basu Bhattacharya

1:30 pm

Safar (1972) by Shakti Samanta

3:30 pm

Panel Discussion- Melodies in Rajesh Khanna’s Films

6:00 pm followed by Anand (1969) by Hrishikesh Mukherjee

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