Shri Nathji and HH Priya Nathji watched a French film, ‘Boomerang’, in the big room of their Saryodya Enclave house on TV, in which the dashing, handsome hero had an uncanny resemblance to HH Pran Nathji . Both Shri Nathji and HH Priya Nathji observed this. Shri Nathji asked HH Priya Nathji to call Mangla inside and to show her the actor in the movie. She too was struck with the uncanny resemblance. (HH Pran Nathji's photos are on top and actor Alain Delon's photo is on the right. The resemblance in indeed striking.)
The movie which Shri Nathji saw was a 1976 French film Boomerang - Comme un boomerang (original title). It was directed by: José Giovanni. Screenwriter was José Giovanni. It stared Alain Delon, Charles Vanel, Suzanne Flon, and Monique Chaumette. Its running time: 1 h 40 min. The movie is about, a teenager, Eddy who kills a policeman, under the influence of drugs. His father, Jacques, pleads extenuating circumstances and nearly succeeds in gaining the confidence of the policeman's widow. But the press reveals that Jacques is an ex-gangster who has spent time in prison.
One can watch a trailer of that movie on the following link -
Alain Delon who was the hero of the movie has an uncanny resemblance to HH Pran Nathji. The magnetic Alain Delon was among the most prominent French actors of the postwar era; an exotically handsome performer, he sprung from offscreen rumor and scandal to emerge as a uniquely enigmatic and sinister talent. Born November 8, 1935, in Sceaux, France, Delon spent his formative years primarily in the care of foster parents. He later was sent away to a series of boarding schools, and at the age of 17, he joined the marines, serving as a parachutist in Indo-China. Upon his discharge, Delon returned to Marseilles and struck up a friendship with aspiring actor Jean-Claude Brialy, who invited him to attend the 1957 Cannes Film Festival.
There Delon's delicate good looks won him a number of movie offers, including a rumored seven-year deal with David O. Selznick. In the end, he accepted a small role in the Edwige Feuillere film Quand la Femme S'en Mele, followed by an appearance in 1957's Sois Belle Et Tais-Toi. Delon spent much of the 1970s as France's biggest star. Monsieur Klein (1976), directed by Joseph Losey, won a Cesar as the year's best picture, and thrillers like 1977's Comme Un Boomerang and Le Gang continued to perform extremely well at the box office. He also acted in some Hollywood films like the star-studded Airport '79:
One can know more about Alain Delon from the site - http://alaindelon.org