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'S D Burman never forgot he was a prince'
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'S D Burman never forgot he was a prince'

'When it came to S D Burman, a Guide song was completely different from a Tere Mere Sapne song which was completely different from a Sharmilee song. Except for their quality, there is nothing to link them together.' 'Lata was his ultimate voice. He felt there was nobody like Lata. "Give me a harmonium, give me Lata and I will make music," he said.' Image: Sachin Dev Burman with his son, Rahul Dev Burman. Image courtesy: Penguin India Sathya Saran loves S D Burman's music. Often, she finds ... Rediff.com, 2 months ago

Vatika's Bold and Strong Beauty

et Parull Chaudhry, the bald girl in the Dabur Vatika ad. It takes immense courage to act out a role that demands you to go against the popular notions of beauty. While a simple thing like a no-make up look can put models into frenzy, very few ...
 Agencyfaqs!2 weeks ago
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Arshad Warsi's Big B moment on the red carpet in 1996

Prev By The Centerstage Team | Posted 04-Jan-2015 Though my first red carpet moment was way back in 1996, I remember it quite vividly. It was at the premiere of my film, 'Tere Mere Sapne' that was produced by Amitabh Bachchan. Arshad ...
 Mid Day3 weeks ago
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How Mohammed Rafi regained his confidence

Mohammed Rafi, one of the finest playback singers to have worked in Bollywood, would have turned 90 today, December 24.To mark the occasion, we reproduce veteran film journalist Raju Bharatan's tribute to 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 composer had heard ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Bollywood music composer Viju Shah makes Gujarati debut with AA TE KEVI DUNNIYA

By | Glamsham 1 hour 38 minutes ago Produced by Vijay Khatri under the banner of Bhagat Entertainment, Gujarati film AA TE KEVI DUNNIYA continues to create the right buzz. Remember 'Tu cheez badi hai mast mast' and 'Tip Tip Barsa Paani' from ...
 Yahoo! Maktoob1 month ago
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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 month ago
Times of India

Paridhi Sharma: Off screen friendship is not important for onscreen chemistry

This might be her first show as the lead actress, but Paridhi Sharma has become a household name as the beautiful Jodha of 'Jodha Akbar'. The actress, who now plays a mother after the show took a small leap, has no apprehensions of playing a mother.
 Times of India1 month ago
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Sharmila Tagore: I was an accidental actress

'I kept telling myself I’d quit after every film. I saw myself in my first Hindi film Kashmir Ki Kali and I didn’t like myself. I said, one more film and I’m done. But it continued.' Sharmila Tagore gets candid on her 70th birthday.  Sharmila Tagore made her debut 55 years ago, in 1959, as a child-bride in Satyajit Ray’s Apur Sansar. She married ‘Tiger’ Pataudi, the late cricketing legend and Nawab of the erstwhile princely ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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Kareena is such a beautiful girl with a pure heart: Sharmila Tagore

The enchanting Sharmila Tagore turns 70 on December 8! She has regaled us for 55 years—she made her debut in 1959 a child-bride in Satyajit Ray's Apur Sansar—looks back with much pleasure and no regret at a life well lived. Let's see what she ...
 Pink Villa1 month ago
New Indian Express

The Man Who Walked Jauntily With Life

but it is hard to come to terms with his absence. He was someone that Jigar would describe as the zindagi in zindagi...the life in life. More than his film career, it was his passion for life that defined him. His life was an endorsement of hope, of ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago
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