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Cheers to the drunken song
Bangalore Mirror

Cheers to the drunken song

By:Trisha Gupta Though drunken songs are the most popular leitmotifs of Hindi cinema, our fondness for the genre remains somewhat under-acknowledged, perhaps because it's more of a guilty pleasure The drunken song is one of the oldest and most ... Bangalore Mirror, 1 day ago
Cheers to the drunken songs of Bollywood Times of India, 4 days ago
Mumbai Mirror

Gulzar, 79, chosen for Dadasaheb Phalke award

Indian cinema's legend Gulzar has been chosen for the coveted Dadasaheb Phalke Award for 2013, the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting announced on Saturday. Gulzar, 79, whose real name is Sampooran Singh Kalra, has been an acclaimed lyricist, ...
 Mumbai Mirror4 days ago Gulzar: A poet par excellence As Gulzar gets the Dadasaheb Phalke award, the younger lot of lyricists pick their best from the genius work exclusively for us and tell us what sets this legend apart from the rest  Mid Day3 days ago Director-lyricist Gulzar to get Dadasaheb Phalke award  Times of India4 days ago
Mumbai Mirror

Ghar ki Lakshmi

The complex and countless contradictions in our crazy society continue to flummox and confuse us on a daily basis. But the one that gets my goat the most involves that utterly hollow, but immensely popular saying — while referring to the birth of ...
 Pune Mirror1 month ago

Raima: My grandmother Suchitra Sen's last wish was to see me get married

Raima Sen comes out of her grief to tell us what grandmother Suchitra Sen’s death means to the family and to cinema.Days after the death of her grandmother -- the legendary Suchitra Sen -- Raima Sen is confused about her feelings of grief and guilt. “Why am I feeling so empty and guilty? I think I should have spent more time with my grandmom. My mother (Moon Moon Sen), my sister (Riya Sen) and I are the only family she had, the only people she wanted to connect with. We felt ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago Raima Sen talks about grandmother Suchitra Sen  Bollywood Hungama2 months ago

Zee Classic celebrates life and works of renowned Director Basu Chatterjee

Keeping the mood alive, Zee Classic, India's only Hindi movie channel shows films from the classic era of Hindi cinema. Over the past 100 years, Bollywood has made spectacular contributions to the world of art. Beautiful portrayal of human emotions, ...
 India Infoline1 month ago Zee Classic celebrates the life and works of renowned Director Basu Chatterjee  Indian Television1 month ago

India-Pakistan music festival at the Wonderland

Filming the Line of Control charts out the history of the relationship between India and Pakistan as represented in cinema, especially in light of the improved political atmosphere between the two countries. Now seven superstars from both music ...
 India News Blast5 days ago

Guddi To Maa: Birthday Lady Jaya Bachchan Has Come A Long Way

It must not be easy, being the wife of the foremost superstar of Indian cinema. It must not be easy, having a superstar son and daughter-in-law at home. It must not be easy, to give up a lucrative, super successful film career for the sake of the ...
 BusinessofCinema.com1 week ago

Birthday Special: Jaya Bachchan rare PHOTOS with Amitabh

. From playing a teenager in Hrishikesh Mukherjee's Guddi to mature roles in films like Uphaar, Piya Ka Ghar, Koshish, Mili, Kora Kagaz and Bawarchi, she revolutionized the concept of the leading lady in Hindi Cinema. She received unanimous ...
 Samaylive1 week ago

Jaya Bachchan's B'Day: Her simplicity attracted Big B

Natural acting and simplicity are her asset. She revolutionized the concept of the leading lady in Hindi Cinema. Jaya Bhaduri, as she was known when she made her debut with Hrishikesh Mukherjee's Guddi playing a teenager wanting to meet her ...
 Samaylive1 week ago

Don't blame cinema for increasing crime against women: Smita Jaikar

Ujjain: Noted film and television actress Smita Jaikar said that films and serials have wide impact on the society. But, Indian cinema should not be blamed for increasing crime against women, she said. Interacting with the media persons at Press ...
 The Freepress Journal3 weeks ago
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