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Dilip Kumar: A Legendary Life
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Dilip Kumar: A Legendary Life

Described by Satyajit Ray as "the ultimate method actor," Dilip Kumar's resume contains many of Indian cinema's landmark, genre-defining roles. His performances as the drunken, doomed lover in Devdas and the rebellious royal son in Mughal-e-Azam ... NDTV, 1 month ago

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'Sanjeev Kumar had no ego, Ashok Kumar had a feminine voice'

Deven Verma passed away into the ages on December 2. We re-publish an interview done with the veteran actor on July 25, 2013. One of the most talented actors of his time, Deven Varma has worked in 149 films, with some of the biggest names in the business, in films like Gol Maal, Angoor, Khatta Meetha, Naastik, Rang Birangi, Dil and Judaai. Married to Ashok Kumar’s daughter Rupa, Varma always looked up to his father-in-law and quit films when Ashok Kumar passed away. “When I started ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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Flashback Filmfare: Magical memories

Ashok Kumar breaking into an impromptu song. Rajesh Khanna walking out of a life-sized gift box onto the stage. An emotional Shah Rukh Khan dedicating his first Filmfare trophy to his late mother. Ranbir Kapoor and Imran Khan bringing the house down ...
 FilmFare.com1 week ago
Afternoon Despatch & Courier

Was a stubborn newcomer: Waheeda Rehman

Veteran actress Waheeda Rehman says she was a stubborn newcomer in Bollywood when she made her debut with 1956 film 'CID'. Rehman, who went on to star in classics like 'Pyaasa', 'Kaagaz Ke Phool' and 'Guide', starred opposite Dev Anand in the film, ...
 Afternoon Despatch & Courier1 week ago Waheeda says she was a stubborn newcomer  The Gulf Today1 week ago Stubbornness `Guided' my career, says Waheeda  Times of India1 week ago Waheeda Rehman: Guru Dutt Wanted to Change My Name  India-West1 week ago
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Jaipur Literature Festival: Waheeda's 60 years in Hindi cinema

It's a relationship much talked about. And it continues to be, with so much yet to be explored. This, the audience at Jaipur Literature Festival (JLF) came to realise when legendary actress Waheeda Rehman confessed it was tough for her to work with ...
 India Today1 week ago
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Sushant Singh Rajput's Byomkesh and Other Screen Bengalis

Actor Sushant Singh Rajput, armed with name which is about as 'non-Bengali' as 'non-Bengali' gets plays fictional sleuth Byomkesh Bakshi in director Dibakar Banerjee's noir take on the classic tale, the trailer of which released yesterday. Sushant ...
 NDTV1 week ago
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'I wish there's a society where is no need of censorship for films'

Snippets from the eighth Jaipur Literature Festival. Even as the Censor Board of India is mired in controversy, writer-lyricist Prasoon Joshi offered his point of view at the festival.  Joshi, who has penned lyrics for films like Taare Zameen Par and Ghajini, says that the time has come to debate on the importance of Censor Board. He accepted that the government should have a role in it as well but it should not be politicised. A few days ago, Censor Board chairperson Leela Samson had ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

She walks in beauty

Her wine eyes, a prism of myriad emotions. Her poignant voice holding back the surging sadness. Raakhee was the stuff for rubaiyats (verse). The Bengali beauty spawned a legion of admirers for her old-world mystique. A perfect ode to her ...
 FilmFare.com1 month ago
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Im not aware if Big B and SRK have copied me

What was your earliest movie goingexperience like? At Bombay Talkies (movie studio founded in 1934), it was compulsory for us to view movies either in the studio's preview theatre or at a cinema house as part of our study of the medium. I had seen ...
 FilmFare.com1 month ago
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The swinging 60s

The 60s was an awakening period for Indian films. It was a time when Elvis Presley and Beatles were gaining a foothold on Indian shores. It was an era of the first wave of migration to the West. Filmmakers made use of the changing scenario by ...
 FilmFare.com1 month ago
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