From Koshish to Chehre Pe Chehra, films that prove Sanjeev Kumar was more than Sholay's Thakur [Photos]
In a career spanning almost 25 years, Sanjeev Kumar played a plethora of roles ranging from romantic dramas to thrillers.
Remake of Japanese film <em>Happiness of Us Alone</em>, <em>Koshish</em> depicted Sanjeev Kumar and Jaya Bhaduri as a deaf and mute couple. It also won Kumar a National Award. Image from Facebook
Sanjeev Kumar's first collaboration with Bengali actress Suchitra Sen, <em>Aandhi</em> depicted the story of an estranged couple meeting after years. Image from Facebook
Sanjeev Kumar, in <em>Naya Din Nai Raat</em>, reprised the nine-role epic performance by Sivaji Ganesan in <em>Navarathri</em> (1964). Image from Facebook
<em>Angoor</em>, Gulzar's adaptation of Shakespeare's <em>Comedy of Errors</em>, won Sanjeev Kumar considerable praise. Image from Facebook.
Raj Tilak's adaptation of <em>Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde</em>, <em>Chehre Pe Chehra</em> had Sanjeev Kumar playing the double role of Dr. Wilson and Blackstone. Image from Facebook