One title that was associated with Hindi cinema superstar Rajendra Kumar was ‘Jubilee Kumar’. In the 60s, many of Rajendra’s films made silver jubilee in theaters. The bigger stars he was, the better people he was also. Actually, Manoj Kumar (Manoj Kumar) was very close to Rajendra Kumar during his Struggle days. Not only this, he considered Rajendra Kumar as his elder brother.
When Manoj Kumar got his first big film named ‘Piya Milan Ki Aas’ and was given an advance of Rs.1000 for that, Manoj Kumar took those 1 thousand rupees directly from the producer’s office to Rajendra. Reached Kumar. Manoj knew where Rajendra Kumar was shooting, and after reaching Rajendra Kumar, Manoj put the money in his feet.
Seeing this, Rajendra Kumar embraced Manoj Kumar and gave 100 rupees more on his behalf in those thousand rupees. Giving that money to Rajendra Kumar, Rajendra Kumar said, ‘Now these eleven hundred rupees are done, it is very auspicious.’ Rajendra Kumar was so happy that day, not Manoj but he got the first film. Not only this, Rajendra Kumar was on the set of the film that day. In the joy of getting Manoj Kumar his first film, he distributed sweets on the entire set by Rajendra Kumar. Rajendra Kumar’s heart was so big.