His first step towards Bollywood was to change his name after his idol Dilip Kumar, the character in the 1949 film Shabnam. But it all began when Lekhraj Bhakri spotted this young and handsome lad named Harikrishna Giri Goswami in front of Delhi's ... The Statesman, 4 days ago
A Filmindia cover from October 1944. If youre a fan of Hindi cinema but don't care for sacred cows, youll love Baburao Patel. This is him on Shree 420 : 16,000 and odd feet of flat farce and silly drivel. It is boring in entertainment, confused ...Livemint.com, 1 month ago
'By the 1960s, my father was very busy with his movies but he took time off for his kids. He taught me cycling and roller skating. He would play chess with my brothers.' 'He was good at drawing and I remember his helping me with some school projects.' In the run-up to Father's Day, we celebrate Bollywood's famous fathers, seen through the eyes of their offspring, in a special series. We reproduce an interview with Pinky Bhalla (first published April 2012), where she tells Patcy N/ Rediff.com ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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