The famous scarf that Shammi Kapoor wore in Junglee and the last unreleased song by Kishore Kumar are some of the vintage items going under the hammer at the upcoming Osian’s-Cinefan auction this month.

First major Indian film memorabilia auction in India since Osian’s ‘The Historical Mela — ABC: Art, Book and Cinema’, the event offers Indian cinephiles a rare chance to own vintage items resourced from many private collections around the country.

Special highlights of the auction include a focus on the legendary star, the late Shammi Kapoor.

His famous scarf from 1961 film Junglee, the sweater from 1971 movie Andaz, the Shehnai from his last film appearance in Rockstar (2011) and one of his favourite personal Mont Blanc fountain pens are up for sale.

The last unreleased song by Kishore Kumar completed just three days before his demise will provide a unique opportunity for the film fraternity and the fans of Kishore da to purchase the rights for this rare song.

The other highlights include a rare album of 45 signed black and white photographic stills by the late Dev Anand, costumes worn by Sanjeev Kumar and Amjad Khan from Shatranj ke Khilari, Satyajit Ray designed film posters of the 1960s, the turquoise ring set in silver worn by Farooque Sheikh in Muzaffar Ali’s Umrao Jaan and a cricket bat signed by Aamir Khan and the team from Lagaan.

(This article was published on July 5, 2012)
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