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Ahsan, Asad set talks rolling
The Nation Pakistan

Ahsan, Asad set talks rolling

ABRAR SAEED AND JAWAD R AWAN ISLAMABAD/Lahore - With an informal meeting between Federal Minister Ahsan Iqbal and PTI leader Asad Umar at the latter's residence, the stalled negotiation process is back on track and a formal meeting between the two ... The Nation Pakistan, 1 month ago

Stubbornness `Guided' my career, says Waheeda

JAIPUR: "What's in a name?" Almost everything, especially for Waheeda Rehman. At an era when actors were asked to change their names, a 16-year-old girl stood up against this trend. Bollywood biggies, including Yusuf Khan was rechristened as Dilip ...
 Times of India1 week ago
Pune Mirror

InFocus: Scent of a paper flower

Today, it is impossible to imagine anyone but Guru Dutt as Suresh Sinha who dies a lonely death in an empty film studio, slumped in the director's chair in Kagaz Ke Phool. But, according to his writerdirector friend Abrar Alvi, Guru Dutt, who had ...
 Pune Mirror4 weeks ago Scent of a paper flower  Mumbai Mirror1 month ago

Pauses speak too

Time was when a script was just an excuse for a film and not the reason in Indian mainstream cinema. A film was worked up with saleable stars who were pitched a one-liner of the supposed story, and then a writer was hired who quite often wrote the ...
 Financial Chronicle1 month ago
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Birthday Special: Dilip Kumar's Top 25 Films

Here's celebrating Dilip Kumar by re-visiting his best movies.  Dilip Kumar. The name evokes a myriad of images and every single one is iconic. From his mischievous smile that rejoices in teasing his leading lady to the pangs of pain in coping with the upheavals of his broken heart to his swaggering antics that could break the mightiest of tyrants, the visuals are endless. At a time when acting was associated with theatrics, he changed the rules by showing us the beauty of subtlety and ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
Hindustan Times

Decoding SD Burman and more!

After he got award for Abhiman he said Shankar, thank you. But there is one thing I will tell you, I did not spend any money. I got it genuinely. Maybe it was in his mind that Shankar-Jaikishan must have done something, bought a huge number of ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago

Genius of Guru

He was a visionary. He was a dreamer. He was a poet. He dreamt of changing the world -at least the world he worked in --for the better. He got bitterness instead. His frustration finds words in a song, ''Jaane woh kaise log the jinke pyaar ko pyaar ...
 Kashmir Times2 months ago
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'S D Burman never forgot he was a prince'

'When it came to S D Burman, a Guide song was completely different from a Tere Mere Sapne song which was completely different from a Sharmilee song. Except for their quality, there is nothing to link them together.' 'Lata was his ultimate voice. He felt there was nobody like Lata. "Give me a harmonium, give me Lata and I will make music," he said.' Image: Sachin Dev Burman with his son, Rahul Dev Burman. Image courtesy: Penguin India Sathya Saran loves S D Burman's music. Often, she finds ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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