Right from the times when the Hindi films came into vogue the tradition of gurus and their disciples have been portrayed in vivid detail on the silver screen. On the eve of Guru Purnima today, it would indeed be an interesting detour to trace this route by associating it with the element of humor. After all, a relationship that is based on humor between a guru and his disciple would have a more successful association with the audience. So let's trace this relationship, which may be either through the films or as a hit pair:
CHALTI KA NAAM GAADI
CHALTI KA NAAM GAADI:
One of the evergreen films that Hindi cinema has ever produced here the role that Ashok Kumar had etched was more as a guru than as an elder brother teaching his siblings, Anup Kumar and Kishore Kumar and Kishore Kumar to box, to repair cars and trying to keep away from the woman.