Amrendra Kumar is a dialogue writer and even associate director for movie ‘Jhamela’ that released in 2016. This film was a repeat formula that B’town has earlier used in commercial flicks where a village folk singer dreams to find his place in the tinsel town.

Hence, there was folk tune beats and even some village style dialogues that had comedy and melodramatic story which turned out to be an ‘’all-time flop’’. One must admit that dialogues are always heart and soul of any film. The audience will stay in the theatres only if its dialogues are impactful and catchy.

Whether a film is a hit or flop, people can easily mouth those dialogues. But then a film like Jhamela did not have such dialogues ever to remember. However, Amrendra explored the nuances of delicate relationships existing in village folks against the stark contrast of dry relationships in the urban world.

The highlight of the film was folk music and some dialogues. The village dialogues often uttered by village folks did match well with the narration but it needed some skill actors to mouth them. The film ended in a hurried manner and was heavily dependent on Santosh Sawant Santosh Sawant is a singer, actor, lyricist and co >> Read More... who also directed, composed music, lyricist and even edited the movie.

The film had many shades of a village lad’s experiences (the film may be actor Santosh’s childhood days) but bad handling of the movie generated in a terrific loss only. One hopes to wait and see if Amrendra can get a better scope in future.

Jainendra Jain

Jainendra Jain is a man of virtue who has successfully contributed a sack of works in the entertainment industry as a screenwriter, producer and also a director. This cheerful personality was born on 4th October 1939 in Surat, Gujarat. He has given his contributions in 33 films as a writer and is also a director and producer of Jaanoo(1985) which is one of his impressive works and had Kushboo, Jackie Shroff, and Rati Agnihotri as the star casts. He has given blockbusters like Tere Naam one of the prevalent films of 2003, Judaai of 1997, Kalicharan from the 1970’s and last but not the least Daag: The Fire which was released in the year 1999. He began as a journalist in the famous Times of India, where he served for more than a decade.He gave a writing debut Bobby, released in 1973, which proved to be amongst the top second ranking hits of 1970’s characterizing Dimple Kapadia and Rishi Kapoor as the lead roles. He moved forwand and cooperatively integrated with some famous directors of that time such as Raj Kapoor, Bapu, K. Vishwanath, SubhashGhai, Raj Kanwar and Satish Kaushik. Jainendra Jain had specified Teree Sang as a ‘Kidult love story.’ Jainendra Jain had enlightened us with this term. The star cast of the film was Ruslaan Mumtaz who was previously seen in MP3 - Mere Pehla Pehla Pyaar and Sheena Shahabadi. The film received a wide range of responses as some people had welcomed the new thinking of younger generation having babies. Jainendra Jain as a dialogue director has produced over 20 movies and some of them are Tere Naam released in 2003,Teree Sang (2009), DhaaiAksharPremKe (2000), Andaaz (2003), Daag: the fire (1999), Khaan Dost (1976), Hamara Dil Aap Ke Paas Hai (2000), Hum AapkeDil Mai Rehte Hain (1999), Judaai (1997) and Bobby (1973). He has composed ChhotaAadmi and Who Saat Din as a lyricist. Jainendra Jain is a real time contributor as a writer of many famous films such as Judaai, Prem Pratigya, Tere Naam, Teree Sang, Satyam ShivamSundaramand Bobby.One of the famous dialogue from his film Bobby is ‘Mujhsedostikaroge?’ Jainendra Jain couldn’t continue his contribution as he expired due to lung infection when he was 68 years old that was on 23rd December 2007 in Mumbai. Late Jainendra Jain was an illustrious man with some distinctive features who seamlessly contributed to our entertainment industry.

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Jainendra Jain Hindi Actor