By Paromita Vohra Today we will discuss a common syndrome found in the Indian male lover: The Pyaasa Syndrome. Yes, it is indeed related to Pyaasa, the iconic film in which Vijay, an angst-ridden political poet is eventually published with the ... Mumbai Mirror, 5 days ago
Sir Syed University of Engineering & Technology organised an Open House Job Fair 2015 at the campus that showcased more than 120 innovative projects of the final year students. Students from six discipline electronic, telecom, computer, biomedical, ...Pakistan Today, 2 weeks ago
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 India, 1 month ago
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 Mirror, 2 months ago Scent of a paper flower Mumbai Mirror, 2 months ago
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.com, 2 months ago
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