RAJINDER SINGH BEDI
Dialogue has always been an important aspect of films. What principles do you apply while penning dialogue for films?
– Dialogues do constitute an important point of filmmaking. And in order to shape them better, they should be simpler because simple dialogues are more effective, interesting and more appealing. Simple language in dialogue appeals to your heart.
For how many films have you written dialogues?
– Starting from D.D. Kashyap’s BARI BAHEN in 1948, I have been a dialogue-writer in about 80 films. Among them, I count DAAG, MIRZA GHALIB, MADHUMATI, DEVDAS as my remarkable films. For Hrishikesh Mukherji’s films, I have done this job in about 10 films, till his ABHIMAAN.
So, you started your career as a dialogue-writer?
– Yes, but... Read more