Photographic still of Indrani Mukherjee from the Hindi film, Aakhri Khat


Museum of Art & Photography

Museum of Art & Photography
Bangalore, India

Photographic still produced for Hindi film, Aakhri Khat, featuring Indrani Mukherjee. Aakhri Khat (trans. The Last Letter) is a 1966 Bollywood film, written and directed by Chetan Anand. This film marked the debut of Rajesh Khanna, who went on to become a superstar. Chetan Anand started the film with a bare outline of a script and a 15-month-old infant who he let loose in the city, following him for the most part with a hand-held camera, taking in all the city sounds, under the cinematic direction of Jal Mistry.


  • Title: Photographic still of Indrani Mukherjee from the Hindi film, Aakhri Khat
  • Creator: Unknown
  • Date Created: 1966
  • Location: India
  • Physical Dimensions: H. 24.5 cm, W. 27 cm
  • Type: Photographic Film Still
  • Contributor: Banner: Himalaya Films; Written by Chetan Anand; Music by Khayyam, Lyrics by Kaifi Azmi; Cinematography by Jal Mistry; Edited by Jadav Rao; Distributed by Prabha Pictures
  • Medium: Silver gelatin print on photo paper
  • Photographic Subject(s): Indrani Mukherjee is an Indian film actress, who worked in Hindi cinema in the 1960s and 1970s, and is known for films like Usne Kaha Tha, Aakhri Khat, Parvarish, Dharam Veer, and Des Pardes. Parituclarly known for her character roles, she also worked in some Marathi films, retiring from the industry in the early 1980s after marriage.
  • Department: Popular Art

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