#GoldenFrames: Joy Mukherjee, the chocolate boy of Bollywood | Photogallery

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Pleasure Mukherjee outlined ‘chocolate boy’ for Bollywood within the Nineteen Sixties. He was in contrast with Hollywood’s golden-era heartthrob Rock Hudson. Mukherjee acted in a number of hit films like ‘Love in Simla’ (1960), ‘Ek Musafir Ek Hasina’ (1962), ‘Phir Wohi Dil Laya Hoon’ (1963) and ‘Ziddi’ (1964). He additionally directed films.

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Born on February 24, 1939, to Sashadhar Mukherjee and Sati Devi in Mumbai—Pleasure Mukherjee hailed from a well known household within the Hindi movie trade. His father was the co-founder of Filmalaya studio and was married to veteran actor Ashok Kumar’s sister Sati Devi.

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Pleasure’s prolonged household—Subodh Mukherjee, Ashok Kumar, Anoop Kumar and Kishore Kumar had been extensively fashionable within the Hindi movie trade.

(Film nonetheless: Bahu Beti, 1965)

 

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#GoldenFrames: Joy Mukherjee, the chocolate boy of Bollywood

Pleasure’s debut film ‘Love in Simla’ (1960), reverse one other debutant, Sadhana, below Sashadhar Mukherjee’s manufacturing home Filmalaya Studios, introduced them into the limelight. The film catered to the brand new technology of Indians rising up in a free India who immediately preferred Pleasure’s boyish allure.

(Film nonetheless: Ek Musafir Ek Hasina, 1962)

 

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#GoldenFrames: Joy Mukherjee, the chocolate boy of Bollywood

Pleasure used to take pleasure in taking part in pranks. He as soon as made mischief in the course of the shoot for the film ‘Love in Simla’s hit tune, “Haseenon Ki Sawari.” Pleasure let go of the handles in one of many scenes, and the rickshaw, perched on an incline on Mall Street, began hurtling down with a screaming Sadhana. Unit members rushed to her rescue, however tall, well-built Pleasure was quicker. Lunging ahead, he blocked the freefall, however Sadhana insisted he had deliberate to kill her for mocking him earlier and refused to shoot. A telegram was dispatched to producer S Mukerji. He dashed throughout from Mumbai satisfied Sadhana to complete the tune, monitoring Pleasure to make sure he did not make any extra mischief.

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#GoldenFrames: Joy Mukherjee, the chocolate boy of Bollywood

Pleasure confirmed off his match physique on display, from becoming fits to khadi kurtas and pyjamas like no different! Apparently, his father employed a wrestler to maintain his son match. Pleasure and his brothers used to take common classes from the wrestler.

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#GoldenFrames: Joy Mukherjee, the chocolate boy of Bollywood

Pleasure’s greatest success was ‘Shagird’ (1967), produced by his uncle Subodh Mukerji. The comedy film starred Pleasure and Saira Banu, the place Pleasure pulled off his share of comedian stunts off-camera too. Banu stated in one in all her interviews, “I loved the pleasant scuffles we might have. Whereas filming Shagird in entrance of a nariyal paani kiosk in Juhu, he repeatedly distracted me by making faces whereas I used to be giving a shot. On high of it, he saved teasing me, saying, ‘You aren’t doing it proper.’ I drove straight to Subodh (Pleasure’s paternal uncle) Uncle’s home and declared I would not work with this ‘mad man’.”

(Film nonetheless: Shagird, 1967)

 

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#GoldenFrames: Joy Mukherjee, the chocolate boy of Bollywood

Pleasure romanced a number of of Bollywood’s main girls on display like Nutan, Nanda, Rajshree, Mala Sinha and others. His chemistry with them was immortalised via songs like “Aanchal Mein Saja Lena Kaliyan,” “Dil Ki Aawaz Bhi Solar” and “Aap Yun Hello Agar.”

(Film nonetheless: Door Ki Awaaz, 1964)

 

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#GoldenFrames: Joy Mukherjee, the chocolate boy of Bollywood

Pleasure acted in a number of hits corresponding to ‘Ek Musafir Ek Hasina’ (1962), ‘Phir Wohi Dil Laya Hoon’ (1963), ‘Ziddi’ (1964), ‘Door Ki Awaz’ (1964) and ‘Love In Tokyo’ (1966). Nonetheless, the actor had his share of success points. “Many a time I’ve needed to play a job in a way distasteful to me. However I needed to do it as a result of the director needed it,” Pleasure stated in an interview.

(Film nonetheless: Yeh Zindagi Kitni Haseen Hai, 1966)

 

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#GoldenFrames: Joy Mukherjee, the chocolate boy of Bollywood

Pleasure wrote, produced, and directed ‘Humsaya’ (1968), which is believed to have began his downslide.

(Film nonetheless: Love in Tokyo, 1966)

 

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