Rosa'Rio Samba', is a bicolor hybrid tea rose cultivar, developed in 1991 by William Warriner. The new rose variety was introduced into the United States by Jackson & Perkins in 1992; the plant is considered to be an excellent bedding. The rose was named an All-America Rose Selections winner in 1993.'Rio Samba' is a tall, upright shrub, 5 to 6 ft in height with a 2 to 3 ft spread. Blooms are 4—5 in in diameter, with a petal count of 26 to 40. Bloom form is cupped. Buds are red on the outside and yellow on the inside, with a red edging. Flowers are bright red and yellow, the red areas get larger and paler as the flower fades; the bicolor flowers display various shades of red and orange with a white center and reverse. Flowers have a mild fragrance, are borne singly or in small clusters; the plant is vigorous, blooming in flushes from spring to autumn. The shrub has many prickles, medium, dark green leaves, it is disease resistant, thrives in USDA zone 7 and warmer. All-America Rose Selections winner, USA, Garden roses Rose Hall of Fame List of Award of Garden Merit roses Quest-Ritson, Brigid.
Encyclopedia of Roses. DK. ISBN 978-0756688684
Boond Jo Ban Gayee Moti is a 1967 Bollywood drama film, produced & directed by V. Shantaram on Rajkamal Kalamandir banner; the film starred Jeetendra, Akashdeep, Vaishali in lead roles and music composed by Satish Bhatia. The film revolves around an honest schoolteacher Satyaprakash, who gets implicated in a murder committed by his brother. Mumtaz plays the village girl in love with Satyaprakash, who helps him get acquitted; the story is told in a flashback with Satyaprakash reliving his past life in the village as a teacher. Satyaprakash's parents give him the task of looking after his younger brother, before they die. Shefali is a village girl. Satya is a teacher who honors truth and uses new teaching methods in school for which he continuously gets into trouble with the School Board and the principal, he sends Mahesh to the city to study further in college. However, Mahesh turns out to be a spoilt brat who enjoys romancing girls, he fools his brother by giving him a wrong roll number. He has fallen in love with Renuka and when she gets pregnant, he kills her.
Satyaprakash is arrested for her murder. With Shefali's help, Satya manages to find the real murderer, his brother, he hands him over to the police. Jeetendra as Satyaprakash Mumtaz as Shefali Akashdeep as Mahesh Vaishali as Renuka Surendra as Lawyer Nana Palsikar as Head Master Lalita Pawar as Shefali's mother Paresh Kumar Balam Birbal Shantaram's films of the 1960s are cited as "spectacular", with overindulgence of songs and dances in films like Stri and Geet Gaya Patharon Ne. Jeetendra had refused to work with Mumtaz, making her transition from character roles and B-Films to heroine role. Mumtaz stated in an interview that Shantaram refused to accommodate Jeetendra and told him that he could leave the film but he would continue with Mumtaz as the heroine. Mumtaz had done small parts in Shantaram's earlier films Sehra; the music director was Satish Bhatia and the lyricist was Bharat Vyas. The songs "Yeh Kaun Chitrakar Hai" sung by Mukesh for Jeetendra, the duet "Hanh Maine Bhi Pyar Kiya" sung by Mukesh and Suman Kalyanpur, became popular.