Veteran star Jeetendra has labored in practically 200 movies, amongst them, a majority of the flicks went to turn into an enormous hit. When his 1982 movie Deedar-E-Yaar was launched, the film flopped and the actor suffered a serious loss. Nonetheless, the actor forgot about his earlier loss when Himmatwala was launched in 1983. Throughout an outdated interview, the actor had referred to as Sridevi and Jaya Prada his ‘bread and butter’ as he thought that the 2 women have been his fortunate appeal.
Amongst his many movies, the evergreen star has acted in south remakes, together with, Sanjog, Aulad, Majaal, Justice Chaudhury, Mawaali, and Tohfa.
Himmatwala grew to become Jeetendra’s largest hit, within the film he starred reverse Sridevi. In an interview with director Okay Raghavendra Rao on his present Soundarya Lahiri, the actor informed, “With the discharge of Himmatwala, I bounced again. I made a lot cash. I neglect my loss. And life went on. Two issues – Raghavendra Rao and Telugu introduced me again to life. Himmatwala was a roaring success.”
It was Deedar-E-Yaar that turned out to be the most important flop in Jeetendra’s profession, as he suffered the lack of Rs. 2.5 crore in these instances. The 1982 movie was within the making for nearly 5 years but it surely was a field workplace dud upon its launch. The movie additionally starred Rishi Kapoor, Rekha and Tina Munim.
Nonetheless, luck proved to be in his aspect when Himmatwala was launched in 1983, he added, “I used to be so blissful when he (Raghavendra Rao) mentioned Sridevi was going to star subsequent to me. I used to name Sridevi and Jaya Prada my bread and butter.”
Jeetendra additionally revealed that he owes director Raghavendra loads because it was his movies that introduced him again to life. The duo went on to collaborate in 11 movies. Alternatively, post-Himmatwala’s success, the veteran star wished to solely work with Sridevi in each movie. Finally, the two-actor labored collectively in 16 movies, amongst which 13 have been profitable.
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