Well, I should point out that I often have mixed opinions about these things, and am frequently contradicting myself! Hathyar Background Theme 1 Sheikh times, 4: Colorstv , Mikki Meow 0 times, 0 Just out of curiosity, how do you rate the 90s decade and the 10 decade for bollywood? This was in 90s or in s by then he had evolved into an eccentric artist: All this adds up to a level of complexity that would point the way ahead to the more thoughtful, grounded screenwriting of the indie film culture.
That the man never cared for amounts of reels he used to use while shooting. Hathyar is on YouTube now by the way – here’s the link. However, I did observe a few interesting things: And even while operating within the hyper-dramatic idiom of the commercial Hindi film, they successfully incorporated elements from outside that world. It goes something like, ” Hamare Punjab mein aise hota hai? His movies catered for the articulate audience and not the bullshit churned out by Yash Raj, Karan Johar, Barjatyas etc. Just out of curiosity, how do you rate the 90s decade and the 10 decade for bollywood?
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Finally, in continuation with the commentator who mentioned Mukul S Anand’s Mahasangram. Must say i am intrigued and will catch hathyar and ghulami. Hathyar Background Theme 1 Sheikh times, 4: Hathyaar background theme times, 3: At the risk of sounding stupid, I think Hollywood films from s onwards do not have that quality. Hathyar Background Theme – workout Music Genre: Anyway, thanks for suggesting Advise and Consent.
That the man never cared for amounts of reels he used to use while shooting. On the other hand, I am super pessimistic, always find it depressing to think about current state of the industry and think that things are down the drains: As I have written before on this blog, the first two years of the s were when I became distanced from Hindi films though a part of me loved the dhishum-dhishum and the familiar, reassuring structures and sought nourishment elsewhere.
Otherwise it had all the ingredients to be an all time classic.
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Hathyar is one of those overlooked classics. From what I hazily remember, I liked Dharmendra and Govinda don’t remember Shakti Kapoor’s Sonny at all but the film itself definitely didn’t hit me in the way that Hathyar did.
Cult movies tend to be either: Hathyar is on YouTube now by the way – here’s the link. There are strong roles for women as tempering influences or — in some cases — as facilitators for the more unsavoury aspects of tradition. Back in earlyI would certainly have queued up to watch a Vinod Khanna-Madhuri-Govinda starrer.
Effective use is made of a minatory background score, and the scene that introduces the adult Avinash has the deliberate texture of gun porn, with loving close-ups of a shiny rifle being assembled, a hand stroking it, loading bullets, cocking it, taking aim.
His movies catered for the articulate audience and not the sojnd churned out by Yash Raj, Karan Johar, Barjatyas etc.
Many thanks for taking out this little gem of J P Dutta. This was one of two movies I had mentioned to my wife a while ago, meant to share with her, nostalgia, trivia, etc but couldn’t find. Can’t separate Ghulami and Hathyar as to which is his best!
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There is always a base on which he makes films. His first 4 films: Thanks for the trip down memory lane: Just the other day, watching bits of the original Himmatwala on TV, I felt that the film wasn’t bad at all, and there was something charmingly “meta” or sutradhaar-ish about the way in which the bad guys – Kader Khan, Amjad Khan etc – stand about plotting and simultaneously commenting on their own plots.
This was possibly the first film that had Gulshan Grover playing a non negative role. And so, for those of us of a certain age who like to think we take cinema seriously, it seems natural to focus our energies on revisiting those movies which we were too young to appreciate when they came out rather than waste time and effort trying to locate the few scattered gems that may have come out of the mainstream.
Background musicNicolai Heidlas Music. He had a famous dialogue in the film that he kept repeating. The performances, the lines, the staging and that quality of extending and keep on extending what is already a beautiful scene and a dialogue was so good. Looked at from a distance, they can seem like standard uber -macho sagas, but on closer examination they turn out to be thoughtful critiques of violence and how that violence is related to a feudal, patriarchal tradition and passed down until it becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy.
That’s Zihal-e-Miskin in mixed Hindi-Farsi. Kshatriya had such potential and what a cast! I wonder why Avinash does not respond with: I still remember that one scene from Hathyar that is forever etched in my mind. Have lately been on a very minor voyage of rediscovery when it comes to the 80s commercial scene, who knows what I might end up finding and thinking!
All this goes very much against the idea of a rich, somewhat spoiled brat acting like a lower-middle class person. But after Hathyar, the bloat in his movies set in, with Batwara and Kshatriya, both decent movies, with potential to be great if they’d been more taut pieces of work.