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The Little Wonders: The small-budget blockbusters

You could well call it an adage in the context of Hindi cinema: For every Sholay there is a Jai Santoshi Maa . In the era of Tiger Zinda Hai and Padmaavat , we therefore have a Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety that has collected over Rs. 45 crore in week one alone. Bollywood Hungama, 1 week ago

How Shammi Kapoor became a superstar

'After watching Elvis Presley, Shammi Kapoor decided to pick the rock and roll star's style itself.''Dada was the kind of producer who took a leap of faith and gave Shammi Kapoor the freedom to display himself as crazy, mad, rough -- all the charms of Elvis Presley -- in his films.' IMAGE: The Filmistan studio. Photograph: Hitesh Harisinghani/ Do you know how Hindi movies were made? How the studio system shifted to the star system, and how the big stars were born? Do you know how ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

Popularly known as Shammi Aunty, actress Nargis Rabadi passes away

In what seems to be yet another loss in Bollywood, a veteran actress Shammi Aunty aka Nargis Rabadi passed away on Tuesday. The 89 year old celebrity was loved and adored by one and all who were in for a shock when the news broke in. Shammi Aunty who adapted ...
 Bollywood Hungama2 weeks ago

Dad wanted me to quit when Chappell didn't pick me: Ganguly

During Chappell's, Ganguly lost the captaincy and also his place in the squad IMAGE: Sourav Ganguly interacts with the media. Photograph: PTI Sourav Ganguly says when he was kept out of the Indian team by coach Greg Chappell and he was desperately fighting his way back, his father was unable to bear his struggle and wanted him to retire.   The former Team India captain makes this revelation in his soon-to-be-published autobiography ‘A Century is Not Enough’. During Chappell's ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Advani makes a blazing start

Defending champion Pankaj Advani made a blazing start to his National Snooker Championship campaign, trouncing Tushar Shreshta of Bihar here on Sunday. PSPBs Advani, who lifted the preceding billiards title without dropping a frame, was in a similarly ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

Not inviting Kejriwal to metro line inauguration insult to public: AAP

New Delhi : Delhi's ruling AAP on Monday criticised the DMRC for "insulting" the city's people by not inviting Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal to the inauguration of Delhi Metro's Magenta Line, saying this was done to stop him from making a demand to Prime ...
 Sify2 months ago

Strong US Markets; Wipro, Tata Steel, Bank Stocks & Other Top Cues to Sway the Market Today

Posted by Equitymaster Indian share markets closed on a higher note in previous trade as Sensex and Nifty rallied to all-time peaks, with IT stocks and capital goods stocks leading the gain. While the Sensex inched near 34,000, the Nifty ended slightly short ...
 Equitymaster.com2 months ago

How Mohammed Rafi regained his confidence

'Never ever forget that you are Mohammed Rafi, a performer whose seasoning, by now, far exceeds that of any male singer in the industry.'The incomparable Mohammed Rafi would have turned 93 today, December 24.Raju Bharatan salutes the legend. It happened at the height of the Rajesh Khanna wave --- in the after-1970 Aradhana glow when Mohammed Rafi's confidence was at its lowest ebb. The Mohammed Rafi who had sung, for Naushad, a total of 149 songs (81 of them solo) through 35 years. That ace ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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