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Guide is a 1965 romantic drama film starring Dev Anand and Waheeda Rehman It was directed by Vijay Anand, who contributed to the screenplay The film is based on the novel The Guide, by R K Narayan

The film was a box office hit upon release The movie proved memorable for its award-winning performances by the lead actors and memorable music by S D Burman Time magazine listed it at Number Four on its list of Best Bollywood Classics

A 120-minute US version was written by Pearl S Buck, and directed and produced by Tad Danielewski The film was screened at the 2007 Cannes Film Festival, 42 years after its release

Contents

  • 1 Plot
  • 2 Cast
  • 3 Production
  • 4 Music
  • 5 Awards
  • 6 Reception
  • 7 See also
  • 8 References
  • 9 Bibliography
  • 10 External links

Plot

The movie starts with Raju Dev Anand being released from jail Raju was a freelance guide, who earned his living by taking tourists to historic sites One day, a wealthy and aging archaeologist, Marco Kishore Sahu comes to the city with his young wife Rosie Waheeda Rehman, the daughter of a courtesan Marco wants to do some research on the caves outside the city and hires Raju as his guide

While Marco devotes himself to the discovery of the cave, Raju takes Rosie on a tour and appreciates her dancing ability and innocence He learns about Rosie's background as a daughter of a virgin courtesan and how Rosie has achieved respectability as the wife of Marco but at a terrible cost She had to give up her passion of dancing since it was unacceptable to Marco Meanwhile, Rosie tries to commit suicide by consuming poison Marco, upon learning of the incident, returns from the caves to see Rosie and is furious with Rosie after seeing her alive He tells her that her act of committing suicide was a drama, otherwise she would have consumed more sleeping pills so that she could really have died Upon returning to the caves which were discovered, Rosie learns that Marco is spending time and enjoying the company of a native tribal girl She is enraged at Marco and both indulge in a serious heated discussion, which concludes with Rosie leaving the caves, and she once again wants to end her life

Raju calms her down by saying that committing suicide is a sin, and that she should live to pursue her dream She finally says good-bye to the relation of being the wife of Marco Now she needs support and a home Raju gives her shelter Rosie is considered a prostitute by Raju's community as classical dancing traditionally was prostitutes' work at royal courts, which leads to many problems, including his mother and her brother insisting that Rosie be kicked out Raju refuses and his mother leaves him His friend and driver also falls out with him over Rosie Raju loses his business and the entire town turns against him Undeterred by these setbacks, Raju helps Rosie embark on a singing and dancing career and Rosie becomes a star As she rises as a star, Raju becomes dissolute — gambling and drinking Marco comes back on the scene Trying to win Rosie back, he brings flowers and has his agent ask Rosie to release some jewelry which is in a safe deposit box Raju, a bit jealous, does not want Marco to have any contact with Rosie and forges Rosie's name on the release of the jewels Meanwhile, Rosie and Raju drift apart due to Rosie's incomprehensible behaviour when she tortures Raju by not obliging him a caring hug even and asks him to leave her room else she says she will have to go out Before this, they also had a discussion about how a man should live when Rosie remembers Marco and tells Raju that Marco was probably correct when he used to say that a man should not live on a woman's earnings

Raju retorts by saying that she is under a misunderstanding that she has become a star on her own and it was only because of Raju's efforts that she became famous Later, Rosie learns of the forgery release Raju is convicted of forgery, resulting in a two-year sentence Rosie does not understand why Raju indulged in forgery, when he could have easily asked her for money It was not money, it was the loving fascination for Rosie which urged Raju not to reveal Marco's visit to Rosie so that she doesn't remember him again and to eliminate the probability of Rosie and Marco's togetherness, if at all, there was any little chance On the day of his release, his mother and Rosie come to pick him up but they are told that he was released six months ago because of his good behaviour

Meanwhile, upon his release Raju wanders alone Despair, poverty, rags, hunger, and loneliness engulf him until he finds a wandering group of sadhus holy men with whom he spends a night at a derelict temple in a small townRaju impresses the woman with the logic in taking a husband and she submits, which convinces Bhola that Raju is a swami holy man Impressed by this, Bhola spreads the news through the village Raju is taken as a holy man by the village Raju assumes the role of village holy man Swami Ji and engages in skirmishes with the local panditsAnd drama started here Due to drought Raju was forced to fast for 12 days so that it rains Meanwhile, his mother, friend and Rosie unite with him and patch things up In the end it rains but Raju dies

Cast

  • Dev Anand as Raju
  • Waheeda Rehman as Rosie Marco/Miss Nalini
  • Leela Chitnis as Raju's Mother
  • Kishore Sahu as Marco
  • Gajanan Jagirdar as Bhola
  • Anwar Hussain as Gaffoor
  • Rashid Khan as Joseph
  • Ram Avtar as Pandit
  • Nazir Kashmiri as villager
  • Praveen Paul as Bhola's wife

Production

Dev Anand was approached by American director Tad Danielewski and Pearl Buck to be cast in an American film based on a novel by an Indian author Although Dev Anand had refused, he took up the opportunity for a collaboration when he met Tad again at the 1962 Berlin Film Festival Somebody suggested The Guide Dev Anand purchased the book and read it at one go He called up Pearl who invited him to the United States to discuss the project With their approval, he called up R K Narayan and procured the rights to the book

Pearl tutored Waheeda Rehman on her diction for the English part But due to differences of opinion between the two production teams, Anand postponed the Hindi version, thereby freeing Chetan Anand to direct Haqeeqat which was later highly acclaimed It also became an opportunity for Vijay Anand who stepped in, as the film proved a landmark for him

The song, Aaj phir jeene ki tamanna hai which was picturised on Waheeda Rehman was shot in the Chittor Fort in Rajasthan The climax of the film was shot in Limdi town, 90 km from Ahmedabad as it has Bhugaro river which flows only during the monsoon Chetan Anand was a classmate of erstwhile royals of Limdi, Janaksinhji of Jhala family at Doon School in Dehradun, taught English at Limdi, in 1941

Music

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Soundtrack album by Sachin Dev Burman
Released 1965 India
Recorded 1964
Genre Film soundtrack
Length 38:01
Label The Gramophone Company of India Private Limited
Producer Sachin Dev Burman
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The film's music was composed by Sachin Dev Burman, the songs were written by Shailendra and they were sung by Mohammed Rafi, Lata Mangeshkar, Kishore Kumar, Manna Dey and Sachin Dev Burman The soundtrack was listed by Planet Bollywood as number 11 on their list of 100 Greatest Bollywood Soundtracks

Song Singers Picturised on
"Aaj Phir Jeene Ki Tamanna" Lata Mangeshkar Dev Anand & Waheeda Rehman
"Din Dhal Jaaye" Mohammed Rafi Dev Anand & Waheeda Rehman
"Gaata Rahe Mera Dil" Kishore Kumar & Lata Mangeshkar Dev Anand & Waheeda Rehman
"Kya Se Kya Ho Gaya" Mohammed Rafi Dev Anand & Waheeda Rehman
"Piya Tose Naina Laage Re" Lata Mangeshkar Waheeda Rehman
"Saiyaan Beimaan" Lata Mangeshkar Dev Anand & Waheeda Rehman
"Tere Mere Sapne" Mohammed Rafi Dev Anand & Waheeda Rehman
"Wahan Kaun Hai Tera" Sachin Dev Burman Dev Anand
"He Ram Hamare Ramchandra" Manna Dey & Chorus Dev Anand
"Allah Megh De Paani De" Sachin Dev Burman Dev Anand

Rafi recorded a song 'Hum hi me thi na koi baat yaad na tumko aa sake tumne hame bhula diya hum na tumko bhula sake', then this song was replaced by 'Din dhal jaye'

Awards

The film was selected as the Indian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 38th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee Guide was also first film to win all four of the major awards Best Movie, Best Director, Best Actor and Best Actress at the Filmfare Awards

Ceremony Award Category Nominee Outcome Note
38th Academy Awards Academy Award India's official submission for Best Foreign Language Film Dev Anand Not Nominated Eighth film submitted by India
National Film Awards 13th National Film Awards Certificate of Merit for the Third Best Feature Film Won
Filmfare Awards 14th Filmfare Awards Best Film Received on behalf of Navketan Films
Best Director Vijay Anand
Best Actor Dev Anand
Best Actress Waheeda Rehman
Best Music Director SD Burman Nominated
Best Female Playback Singer Lata Mangeshkar For "Aaj Phir Jeene Ki Tamana Hai"
Best Dialogue Vijay Anand
Best Cinematographer Fali Mistry Color category

Reception

R K Narayan disliked the film adaptation of his novel Reviewing the English version of the film for the magazine Life, he called it "The Misguided Guide"

See also

  • List of submissions to the 38th Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film
  • List of Indian submissions for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film

References

  1. ^ "Guide; a human odyssey" Retrieved 24 June 2015 
  2. ^ "BoxOfficeIndia Top Earners 1960-1969 Figures in Indian rupees" Retrieved 24 June 2015 
  3. ^ Corliss, Richard 27 October 2010, "Guide - 1965 - Best of Bollywood", Timecom, retrieved 31 July 2012 
  4. ^ "Tad Danielewski Filmography" Fandangocom 29 March 1921 Retrieved 3 August 2011 
  5. ^ a b Gitanjali Roy 1 May 2013 "8 things you didn't know about Guide" NDTV Movies Retrieved 3 May 2013 
  6. ^ a b Anand, Dev 2007 Romancing with Life - an autobiography Penguin Viking pp 182–184 ISBN 0-670-08124-8 
  7. ^ Suresh Kohli 4 October 2008 "Blast From The Past: Guide 1965" Chennai, India: The Hindu Retrieved 27 April 2013 
  8. ^ "'We hunted for a firang for Dev sahab in 5 hrs'" Pune Mirror 6 December 2011 Retrieved 18 December 2013 
  9. ^ "100 Greatest Bollywood Soundtracks Ever-Part 4" Planet Bollywood Retrieved 7 March 2011 
  10. ^ Margaret Herrick Library, Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences
  11. ^ Guy, Randor 26 July 2001 "A flood of fond memories" The Hindu Retrieved 28 April 2017 

Bibliography

  • The Guide Modern Classics Penguin Books 2010 ISBN 978-0-14-341498-8 

External links

  • Guide on IMDb

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