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Javed Akhtarreveals an interesting story behind the famous son...

One of the most famous musical compositions Mud Mud Ke Na Dekhby Shankar Jaikishanwas an instant hitwith the audiences at that time and continues to be a rage amongst the younger generations. The song is the perfect example of situational accidents ... Web Newswire, 1 month ago

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Hindustan Times

Decoding SD Burman and more!

After he got award for Abhiman he said Shankar, thank you. But there is one thing I will tell you, I did not spend any money. I got it genuinely. Maybe it was in his mind that Shankar-Jaikishan must have done something, bought a huge number of ...
 Hindustan Times2 weeks ago
Business Standard India

The joker and his disguises

Mera Naam Joker is seen as one of Kapoor's most personal films Jai Arjun Singh December 20, 2014 Last Updated at 00:06 IST Raj Kapoor, whose 90th birth anniversary was earlier this week, is a polarising figure for many movie buffs. Even those who ...
 Business Standard India19 hours ago
IBNLive India News

Google celebrates 90th birth anniversary of Bollywood's original showman Raj Kapoor with a doodle

New Delhi: To commemorate iconic actor and filmmaker Raj Kapoor's 90th birthday today, Google has posted a doodle. Born as Ranbir Raj Kapoor on December 14, 1924, Raj, the son of actor Prithvi Raj Kapoor, garnered huge recognition and respect ...
 IBNLive India News6 days ago
FilmFare.com

The sexy 70s

The unparalleled rise and fall of one superstar, the birth of another, plus the rush of the parallel movement. The 70s were heady times indeed for Indian film buffs. The transition from Rajesh Khanna to Amitabh Bachchan changed the way movies were ...
 FilmFare.com1 week ago
FilmFare.com

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 week ago

Upside of fame

Known for his unusual dance moves and masala films, Jeetendra set new records in Bollywood. RAjiv Vijayakar talks to the former star about his contribution to the film industry & more... Jeetendra, aka Ravi Amarnath Kapoor, remains the background ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago
FilmFare.com

Band of brothers

The talented brothers Kalyanji-Anandji never really got their due. In an era dominated by stalwarts such as SD Burman, Naushad, Shankar-Jaikishan and Madan Mohan, their music was often considered pedestrian and fit only for potboilers. Yet to ...
 FilmFare.com2 weeks ago

Music was the life of films. not anymore

Singer Late Mangeshkar At 85, you are still the one and only Lata Mangeshkar. It's the blessings Ive received from my parents and God. That doesn't explain why youre so special. Even I can't explain whether Im special or not. But yes, I put ...
 Deccan Chronicle2 weeks ago
FilmFare.com

Play it again Sam

Time was when music drove the audience to the theatres. Radio programmes such as Binaca Geetmala used to make or break careers. Producers begged and cajoled composers and singers to give their best as it led to better footfalls in cinema halls.
 FilmFare.com3 weeks ago
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