| 5.3/10 |
K. K. Mahajan
| Vinay Shukla, Harin Mehta|
1 January 1974 (1974-01-01) (India)
Nargis Dutt Award for Best Feature Film on National Integration
Shabana Azmi, Romesh Sharma, Dinesh Thakur, Asha Sachdev
Jalte Badan (1973), Jaise Ko Taisa (1973), Suraj (1966), Chhaya (1961), Kanyadaan (1968)
Parinay (literally Espousal) is a 1974 Hindi film directed by Kantilal Rathod and produced by Samantar Chitra. The film starred Romesh Sharma and Shabana Azmi as the leading male and female players respectively, whereas Asha Sachdev, Dinesh Thakur, Priti Ganguly and T.P. Jain were in secondary roles. Released on 1 January 1974, this film was associated with Saregama (known as "The Gramophone Company of India Limited" at that time). The screenplay was by Rathod and Shukla, whereas the cinematography was by K. K. Mahajan. Jaidev was the music director; Anup Jalota, Manna Dey and Vani Jairam were the singers. The lyricists were Ramanand Sharma and Naqsh Lyallpuri.
Written by the trio of Vinay Shukla, Rathod and Harin Mehta, Parinay won the 1974 Nargis Dutt Award for Best Feature Film on National Integration (known as the "Rajat Kamal Special Award for the Best Feature Film on National Integration" at that time) presented by the Directorate of Film Festivals (DFF). The DFF also gave Samantar Chitra Private Limited a Rajat Kamal (Silver Lotus), ₹30,000 (equivalent to ₹630,000 or US$9,800 in 2016), and a certificate; Rathod got a Rajat Kamal, ₹10,000 (equivalent to ₹210,000 or US$3,300 in 2016), and a certificate. Azmi and Sharma got a medallion each by the DFF.