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Kaagaz Ke Phool (1959)

Director: Guru Dutt

Writer: Abrar Alvi

Keywords: Bollywood


Review by anonymous (posted on 28-Jun-2006)

The most dramatic and full of the philosophy instinct inter mingled in the plot and drama of this very splendid remarkable movie, I ever seen in my life. Each of the movement of the late Guru Duttji marked the essence of the film. Eventhough,the movements of the whole story quite slows, I have in the mind that Guru Duttji did give an ample place in the mind of audience, the message that he was trying to bring about. Guru Dutt had indeed applied the movement of eyes in order to keep in contact with the audience throughout the story. ...Sayyid, Malacca, Malaysia. I watch this movie in 1990.

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