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Since I was a part of the film's lead cast along with Rajinikanth and Sridevi, I was present on the day when Hrithik had to give his first shot...I was so anxious that I hid behind a pillar on the sets, just watching my son quietly. I could see that
In a scene from Benny Toraty's 2001 Israeli film Desperado Square, one of the characters describes the attitude towards Indian cinema like this "Nobody cares about watching old Indian movies"...Desperado Square is about two brothers who open an old
T here is something decidedly different about Dimple Kapadia . Unlike other stars of her ilk, she comes across as a stern and no-nonsense woman -- she rarely gives interview and the chances of her promoting her own movie are few and far between. "
When Dimple Kapadia attended her first screen-test for 'Bobby' (1973), she was made to walk down a huge staircase. With some five steps away from the ground below, she got nervous and jumped off it. Director Raj Kapoor, who was keenly watching her,
W hen Aishwarya Rai Bachchan started her acting career in Bollywood, she did not have any relatives in the film industry. Later, of course, she went on to marry into the Bachchan home, and is related to several personalities through marriage...
British-Indian actor Phaldut Sharma, the voice behind the "goofy guy" singing 'Mera joota hai Japani' in 'Gravity', feels the classic number from Raj Kapoor's film 'Shri 420' fit beautifully in the Sandra Bullock-George Clooney starrer. Sharma, who
I n Hindi films the true efflorescence of a singer's fame takes place when he sings romantic songs for the leading man. Manna enjoyed that phase of his career after he struck up a creative jugalbandi with the immensely successful music composing duo,
53 editor We learn with utmost sorrow the death of an outstanding singer Manna Dey, who bellowed out not less than 3500 beautiful melodious songs during his six decades of colorful career. Mohammed Rafi, Kishore Kumar, Mukesh and Manna Dey made the
Dey sang the most soulful songs for the actor. O ne of the best romantic classics in Indian cinema -- Yeh Raat Bheegi Bheegi -- would not have been recorded in Manna Dey's voice had it not been for two people. "The producer of the film arrived at RK
Manna Dey Next It wouldn't be an exaggeration to state that the rich timbre of Prabodh Chandra aka Manna Dey's voice unfailingly lifted the character of a song from good to great. Though strangely, never as prolific or decorated as his