It's never too late, says ac tuli , to appreciate Farooque Sheikh for his ability to live a role without being loud or stagey WE lost well-known actor Farooque Sheikh recently. He was only 65. Now that he is no more, one naturally tends to think ... The Statesman, 1 week ago
three decades since its release in 1983, Kundan Shah's Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro is a shining example of the fact that classics cannot be planned; they just happen from nowhere Growing up in the late 1980s, one had very few things to cherish in the ...New Delhi Pioneer, 2 weeks ago
MUMBAI: At the IFTDA memorial to actor Farooque Shaikh last week, director Pankuj Parashar claimed he was a rare favourite of the actor. So privileged that Shaikh never declined his films, irrespective of whether he was shown a bound script or not. ...Times of India, 1 month ago
GARAM HAWA (1973) MS Sathyu's pathbreaking film not only heralded the art cinema movement in the country but also gave the film industry one of it's most restrained and versatile actors in Farooq Shaikh. Garam Hawa, a film about the struggles of a ...Sify, 2 months ago
It evoked a remake. What a futile exercise! "Chashme Buddoor" belonged to an era that cannot be recreated or revisited. There was certain innocence even in the mischief that Rakesh Bedi and Ravi Baswani brought alive on the screen. The third ...The Hindu, 2 months ago
On Saturday morning, Deepti Naval woke up to the rude shock of hearing that her favourite co-star Farooq Sheikh was no more. Stifling her sobs, Deepti says, "I spoke to Shabana in the morning. We were both simply howling on the phone. My last interaction with ...Bollywood Hungama, 2 months ago Farooq was part of my career and life: Deepti Naval Jagran Post, 2 months ago
"Many of my generation consider Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro to be the most insanely rollicking Hindi slapstick comedy movie ever made. Directed by Kundan Shah, it featured Ravi Baswani and Naseeruddin Shah as down-and-out Bombay photographers who are on the throes of getting bankrupt after a failed attempt to set up a studio on expensive Pedder Road. Salvation comes when they are given an assignment by a tabloid called Khabardaar to expose shady land grabs and illegal construction deals in the ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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