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#RevivingClassics: THIS 1976 Film is SIMPLE but will WIN your Hearts!

A Bollywood CLASSIC worth REMEMBERING...

Published: Sunday,Mar 31, 2019 19:30 PM GMT-06:00
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The 1976 Bollywood film Chhoti Si Baat which was directed by Basu Chatterjee and featured Amol Palekar, Vidya Sinha and  Ashok Kumar in the lead roles was a simple love story but was very relatable.

Amol Palekar who plays the role of a shy boy and fails to approach his lady love played by Vidya Sinha later he seeks the help of a ruthless colonel (Ashok Kumar) to win the women of his dreams.

A simple storyline but an engaging and entertaining plot. A movie with no Hero or Villain but a story of a man with whom every common person can relate to. Chhoti Si Baat is a sweet classic which is meant for everyone.

Amol Palekar's innocence on the screen will steal your hearts and Ashok Kumar's small presence will entertain you too. 

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Basu Chatterjee successfully portrayed the daily life of a common man in Mumbai.

Directors like Hrishikesh Mukherjee and Basu Chatterjee are well known for their middle way cinema as they portrayed the stories of middle-class people in India and how they dealt with their day to day problems.

So, there are many classic movies we need to revive and here's a new beginning to it.

Stay tuned to this section for more such articles.

Basu Chatterjee Ashok Kumar Vidya Sinha Amol Palekar Hrishikesh Mukherjee

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friendlyghost08 3 years ago This is one of the best classics... love this movie and the songs...
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Arshig8 3 years ago I love this movie and songs , Janeman Janeman and Na jaane kyon .
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VS-Cool 3 years ago finally some good article by IF writers
please keep making such again and again

about the film .. yes it indeed was a wonderful movie

Na jane kyu ... hota hai ye zindagi ke saath :)
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Annasabu 3 years ago CSB is an awesome movie.Amolji was cute and adorable.
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shwetadesh 3 years ago The other one important to this list is my all time favorite one of the classics-Golmaal! Absolutely love it.
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Octothorpe 3 years ago Absolute Classic! I gotta watch it again, it's been a long time.
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