4 hours ago
Today is the 102nd birthday of Bharat Bhushan, one of the finest actors in Hindi cinema. In the 1950s, girls were crazy about the beauty and charming personality of Bharat Bhushan. At that time when Raj Kapoor, Dev Anand and Dilip Kumar were there, at that time, Bharat Bhushan made a different identity with his looks and great performances.
India has proven itself in top movies like Baiju Bawra, Anand Math, Mirza Ghalib and Mud-Mud Ke Na Dekh. Luck was with India at that time, but this trend did not last long. The days of India have changed and changed such that they have come to the ground with ashes.
The actor didn’t want to be a father
Bharat Bhushan was born on June 14, 1920 in Meerut. His father Rai Bahadur Motilal was a lawyer. Rai Bahadur wanted his son Bharat to also become a lawyer. But, India’s interest was to act in films. So, Bharat moved to Mumbai after graduating from Aligarh. His fight started as soon as he arrived in Mumbai. In such a situation, he started wandering to get roles in movies, when Rameshwar Sharma gave him the role of Kashi Naresh in his movie “Bhakt Kabir” and a job of Rs 60 per month. His first film was “Bhakt Kabir”, released in 1942. After this film, his luck favored him and he made many films like Bhaichara, Sawan, Janmashtami Baiju Bawra, Mirza Ghalib. Baiju Bawra was Bharat Bhushan’s hit movie, with this movie he became an overnight star.
India’s Shining Luck
India’s fortune shone in the 1950s-60s. His income was also starting to increase a lot. Thanks to which he had bought bungalows and luxury vehicles in Mumbai. In such a situation, his elder brother Ramesh advised him to become a producer and India obeyed his words and produced many films. Of these, only two films Basant Bahar and Barsaat Ki Raat became big hits. By far the best name in the Indian film world had become. His song ‘O Duniya Ke Rakhwale’ is a sample of his best performance.
A fan slapped him after seeing him in the bar
Bharat Bhushan had an innocence on his face and in his films he was mostly seen in a cult role. In such a situation, her cultured image also remained in the minds of her fans. But once, one of his fans saw him drinking alcohol at the bar. He got so mad that he went to India, slapped him and said, “Before, I thought of you as a simple person, but you drink alcohol.
,Heavy loss due to ‘Dooj Ka Chand’
Bharat Bhushan directed the movie ‘Dooj Ka Chand’ with his brother. The film went wrong, due to which Bharat Bhushan had to suffer a lot. Bharat Bhushan was one of the richest actors of his time but, exactly 9 years after his film Barsaat Ki Raat, Bharat started acting as the father of leading actors at the age of 49. The magnitude was reached when India played the role of Shashi Kapoor’s father in the 1969 film “Pyaar Ka Mausam”. India could not stand up to new age stars like Rajesh Khanna, Shashi Kapoor, Dharmendra and his production company’s continuous flop films ended his film career completely and Bhushan became on the verge of destitution.
Did junior artist roles
By 1970, Bharat had sold all his property and started living in a rented house. While on the one hand India had no shortage of bungalows and luxury vehicles, on the other hand it was now pushing towards buses. In one of his blogs, Amitabh Bachchan said, “One day I saw Bharat Bhushan getting on the bus among ordinary people. India who were superstars in the 50s, in such a situation, nobody recognized them there. In the 1990s, he acted as a junior artist in the films ‘Humshakals’ and ‘Pyaar Ka Devta’. But there too his luck was not good and he also stopped getting the junior artist roles.
Where people saluted, the work of a guard
It is said that at one time in the workshop where every man used to greet Bharat Bhushan, he worked as a guard for a long time. In such a situation, the crisis was such that India had to worry about even just one meal.
The misery happened in the sale of the bungalow when the books were sold at the garbage rate.
Cars, bungalows and everything from India were sold, but India, who loved to read books, was always comfortable having her books with her. But one day, difficulties tore it away from him too. India also had to sell its books at scrap rate to satisfy stomach hunger. Selling books like this was the biggest pain for him.
After saying goodbye to the world, sorrows ended
The destiny of India was so angry with him that it didn’t even turn to him. At the last moment, Bharat Bhushan fell very ill. But in such a situation, no one was going to get him treated, and there was no one to take care of him. It is said that the end of all pain is certain, so this pain also has an end. Bharat died on January 27, 1992 at the age of 71. Leaving this world, India said the same thing – “Death comes to everyone, but not everyone knows how to live, and I did not come at all.”
#Birthday #Bharat #Bhushan #owner #car #bungalows #eat #years #bus #rammed #films #pauped