Top Ki Flop: The biggest period after Mughal-e-Azam was the film, people said the director took revenge on Dharmendra

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Woman Ruler of Delhi Sultanat: Creating historical and biopic films has always been a big challenge. But the filmmakers repeatedly accepted these challenges. Sometimes he was successful and sometimes failed badly. Kamal Amrohi Razia, who is remembered for a film like Pakija, proved to be a flop by making Sultan. After 11 years, producer-director Kamal Amrohi made the film Razia Sultan. He took a long time in the research work of this film. Despite big stars like Dharmendra, Hema Malini, Parveen Babi and Sohrab Modi, the film flopped badly at the box office. Kamal Amrohi took about 8 years to make this film in 1983. In those days when the budget of films was in millions, it is estimated that its budget was between four and 10 crores. First the producer of the film was Amrohi Saheb himself but later A.K. Mishra produced it. Amrohi traveled to a museum in Paris, France to collect facts associated with Razia Sultan during the film's recrerts.

tough preparation, great hard work Kamal Amrohi believed that after Mughal-e-Azam, Razia Sultan will prove to be the biggest period film. He went to Hollywood to put special effects in the film, which was a big thing at that time. A lot of hard work was done on each scene of the film, money was shed like water. To give a real look to a scene of the royal feast, 45 types of sheep dishes were made, 251 types of fish were cooked, 455 types of chicken and about half a tonne biryani were prepared. Despite doing all this, the audience treated the film's hen dal equivalent with the film. It flopped badly at the box office. However, Kamal Amrohi never admitted that the film is a flop.

Where was the mess The film was the love story of Razia Sultan (1205–1240), the only woman to sit on the throne of Delhi Sultanate in medieval Indian history and the love story of her alleged lover Absinian Ghulam Yakut. There were many reasons to flop the film, one was a bad screenplay. The speed of the film was very slow. Dialogues were in such a difficult Urdu that the audience could not understand. In a song, dream of the film, Koi Koi Aayegi, Hema Malini and Parveen Babi are 'kissing' each other during the song. This thing did not embrace anyone. Dharmendra-Hema Malini's time called hot at that time could not attract the audience. There was talk of taking Amitabh Bachchan in the film earlier. But later Kamal took Dharmendra.

speculation is different People were surprised at Dharmendra's entry in the film because everyone knew, Kamal Amrohi does not like him. At one time, Dharmendra had a love affair with Kamal Amrohi's wife Meena Kumari. It is said that in Pakija, Amrohi played scissors on Dharmendra's role in this displeasure. However, at the time of Razia Sultan, Kamal Amrohi said that Dharmendra is a good artist and he has been taken in the film due to his good command on Urdu. Later it came that Dharmendra was not happy with his role. He did not understand his dialogue many times. In the film, his face and body were given almost black color to describe Dharmendra as African origin. Seeing this, there were also discussions that Kamal Amrohi deliberately showed him in the film in such a way because he wanted to put Meena Kumari on his mouth to avenge Dharmendra's affair. In this film, he completed his revenge with Dharmendra in a way.

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