Rajesh Khanna Essentials - 5 Must-Watch Films of The Babumoshai of Bollywood on Streaming

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The movie was directed by Hrishikesh Mukherjee and starred two legendary actors, Rajesh Khanna and Amitabh Bachchan, in lead roles. The film revolves around the friendship between two main characters, Anand Sehgal (played by Rajesh Khanna) and Dr. Bhaskar K. Bannerjee (played by Amitabh Bachchan). Anand is a cheerful and outgoing cancer patient who brings joy and positivity into the lives of everyone around him, while Bhaskar is a serious and introverted doctor.

Chhoti Bahu

The movie features Sharmila Tagore, Rajesh Khanna, and Nirupa Roy in the lead roles. The film revolves around Madhu who agrees to marry Radha, but when he finds out that she suffers from an illness that can only be cured by having a child, their lives change completely.

Haathi Mere Saathi

The story revolves around Raju (Rajesh Khanna), an orphaned young man who has a special bond with four elephants. He grows up alongside them and shares a deep and emotional connection with the gentle giants. Raju becomes a wealthy and successful businessman, and his elephants play an essential role in his life and business ventures.

Kati Patang

The movie's plot revolves around Madhavi (Asha Parekh), a young woman who faces a dilemma in her life. Due to unforeseen circumstances, she has to pretend to be someone she is not. However, along the way, she finds love in a caring and understanding man who is unaware of her past.


The film revolves around the Sharma family, who are always at odds with each other due to their constant bickering and disagreements. The family members are frustrated with their lives and cannot get along, leading to a tense and unhappy household. One day, a mysterious and quirky cook named Raghu (played by Rajesh Khanna) arrives at their doorstep, seeking employment. The family decides to hire him, albeit reluctantly, as they are desperate for some assistance in managing their household affairs. Raghu's presence and approach to life start to bring positive changes to the Sharma family.

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