Chacha Bhatija is a 1977 Indian Bollywood film, written by Salim-Javed and directed by Manmohan Desai. It was the year's fourth hit for Manmohan Desai, it was his second film with Dharmendra. Chacha Bhatija stars Dharmendra, Randhir Kapoor, Hema Malini, Yogeeta Bali, Master Satyajeet and Sonia Sahni. Teja lives with his family, wife-Sita, brother-Shanker, a son-Sunder; the family lives happily. Things take a turn for the worse, after the death of Sita. Teja wants to remarry, he does so. Now his new wife is Sonia, who comes to live with him at his palatial home with her brother, Laxmidas, they have a devious agenda of taking over Teja's property. Soon after marriage, misunderstandings arise, Shanker is asked to leave the house; these misunderstandings involve Sunder, who are asked to leave the house by Teja. He thinks that his son are conspiring against his newly-wedded wife Soniya. After some years, Sunder has grown up to be a conman, Shanker became a black-marketeer. Both chacha Shankar and bhatija Sunder meet without knowing each other's identity, a confrontation takes place.
When they realize they are relatives, they decide to expose Sonia, open Teja's eyes, blinded by Sonia's love and will not let anyone come between them. "Jeena Zaroori Hai Jeene Ke Liye Peena Zaroori Hai" – Asha Bhosle "Kehte Hain Peenewaale Yeh Gham Ka Jaawaab Hai" – Mohammed Rafi, Shailendra Singh, Asha Bhosle "Jeena Zaroori Hai Jeene Ke Liye Peena Zaroori Hai" – Kishore Kumar "Kehte Hain Peenewaale Yeh Gham Ka Jaawaab Hai" – Lata Mangeshkar "Kyun Bhai Chacha Haan Bhatija" – Mohammed Rafi, Shailendra Singh "Maa Ne Kaha Tha O Beta" – Shailendra Singh "Tera Sheeshe Ka Samaan" – Mohammed Rafi, Lata Mangeshkar "Bhoot Raja Bahar Aaja" - Asha Bhosle Chacha Bhatija on IMDb
Adlai E. Stevenson College, known colloquially as Stevenson College, is a residential college at the University of California, Santa Cruz; the college is host to the Linguistics Department, as well as many humanities faculty. The college was named after an American politician and United Nations ambassador; the college was founded in 1966, a year after the establishment of the university and its first college, Cowell. The core course at Stevenson College is Society, it is the only two-quarter long core course at the university and students can earn up to five general education requirements. The course holds an emphasis on analytical writing, critical thinking, oral presentation skills. Due to the broad nature of the course, students find themselves learning about and discussing religion, political theory, social criticism, literature; some texts that the course includes are the Bible, the Bhagavad Gita, the Koran, Plato’s Five Dialogues, The Autobiography of Malcolm X, Sigmund Freud's Society and Its Discontents, Sartre's Existentialism is a Humanism, The Communist Manifesto, Persepolis_, much more.
Students enjoy the small seminar sections, to discuss many ideas relating to “self” and “society.” At Stevenson College, there are eight dormitory houses that are separated into two adjacent locations: “upper quad” and “lower quad.” Each house contains single, triple rooms, quad rooms, can house 60 students. Stevenson College has apartments that are an option for non-freshman undergraduate students, they house 136 students, come furnished. The knoll, which has views of Monterey Bay, is a common hangout for Stevenson students, with students studying and sun bathing on the knoll throughout the year; the Stevenson Coffee House is a hangout where students and professors eat and study. The Stevenson Library is a quieter location to work on assignments. Stevenson College is located above the university's pool. Stevenson College holds events for its community. College Night happens two to three times a quarter, where students eat specially themed meals with some type of live entertainment. Open Mic Nights at the Stevenson Coffee House are an event that occurs several times a month.
Anybody can sign up, some students perform songs, recite poetry, or perform magic tricks. The Resident Assistants at Stevenson College host events each quarter. City On a Hill Press. Jan 2009 ed. Stevenson College home page UC Santa Cruz home page UCSC statistics by residential college Stevenson College Core Course Curriculum and Book List 2012-2013 Photographs and architectural drawings of Stevenson College from the UC Santa Cruz Library's Digital Collections