Kabhi Kabhie / Silsila  (2 Hindi DVD with English Subtitles)

Kabhi Kabhie / Silsila (2 Hindi DVD with English Subtitles)

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Author: Amitabh Bachchan
Sashi Kapoor/Rekha
Director/Composer/Na: Yash Copra/Khayyam/Shiv-Hari
Publisher: Yash Raj Films
Year: 2006
Language: Hindi
Pages: NA
ISBN/UPC (if available): YRD 60183


Kabhi Kabhie is a story about a young poet Amit (Amitabh Bachchan), and the young and beautiful Pooja (Rakhee). It is a story about how these two young and loveable hearts visualize a perfect future together – But destiny has other plans, has Pooja bows to the wishes of her parents and marries Vijay (Shashi Kapoor). How Amit drifts away form his poetry in a futile and unsuccessful attempt to leave behind his memories of Pooja by marrying Anjali (Waheeda Rehman) – How picture perfect is the life of Pooja and Vijay together, is what a part of Kabhi Kabhie is about.

Spanning over to the next generation and how Pooja & Viyay’s son Vicky (Rishi Kapoor) and Anjali’s daughter Pinky (Neetu singh) from her relationship prior to Amit – And Anjali & Amit’s daughter Sweetie (Naseem) come together, and a chain of events bring together old lovers as friends, some 20 years later, is what forms the rest of Kabhi Kabhie.

KABHI KABHIE is a love story of generations – It is a film that happens “sometimes”.

Amit (Amitabh Bachchan) a poet decides to bury his past life along with his love for Chandni (Rekha) when he meets Shobha (Jaya Bachchan). Shobha’s life has come to a standstill after her fiancé and Amit’s brother Shekhar (Shashi Kapoor) dies in a plane crash.

Amit had only come to mourn the death of his brother with Shobha but ends up sacrificing his own love and life in an attempt to give Shobha a new lease of life. When fate brings Amit and Chandni face to face again, both are married to different people – but neither can ignore their feelings for each other.

SILSILA is a story of love, thwarted by society’s demands, which reappears as adultery, but can it survive in the face of society?