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'October' seems like the most romantic film since 'Amar Prem'

In Shakti Samanta's 1971 romantic classic "Amar Prem", the lead pair Rajesh Khanna and Sharmila Tagore never get a chance to get intimate in the way men and women get in real and reel life. No songs, no exchange of affection, no sex. And yet the on-screen ... Prokerala, 1 month ago
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How the Howrah Bridge played out in Bollywood

'To this day, not a year passes when Bollywood does not head to Kolkata to train its cameras on the magnificence of the bridge and the flow of life that pulses along the river across which it spans,' says Saibal Chatterjee. IMAGE: Rani Mukerji and Abhishek Bachchan in Yuva. The Howrah Bridge is 75 years old. And it is 60 years since a fictional murder shook it in the Ashok Kumar-Madhubala-starrer of the same name. Much water has passed under it since then, but movie cameras still continue to ...
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Manzil Manzil: Looking For One Last Hurrah

Filmmaker-writer-producer Nasir Husain enjoyed much of his success in Hindi cinema without ever collaborating with a mainstream hero over a long period. He directed Shammi Kapoor in only two films. He worked with Dev Anand, Jeetendra, Dharmendra, Shashi ...
 DNA2 months ago
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