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    Blast from the past! Witness the star-studded night of Filmfare Awards 1973-74 with Dilip Kumar, Dev Anand, Kishore Kumar; watch video

    Bollywood has always been known for its nostalgic moments in award functions. But have you ever seen a video of Filmfare Award ceremony where veteran stars like Dilip Kumar, Dev Anand, Sunil Dutt, Kishore Kumar and others enjoying the evening together under one roof? If no, then we have pulled out an old video of Filmfare Awards 1973-74 in which all big

  • #RIPNarendraJha: Other Bollywood actors who died due to heart attack

    Mumbai: Actor Narendra Jha, who was last seen as Musa Bhai in Shah Rukh Khan-starrer ‘Raees’ in 2017, has died after suffering a cardiac arrest on Wednesday morning. He was 55. According to reports, this was the third time that Jha had a heart attack. He survived on previous two occasions. Notably, he was also a part of Shraddha Kapoor, Prabhas’ ambitious project, ‘Saaho’. To note, Jha acted in many successful movies such as ‘Haider’-starring

  • Kishore Kumar death anniversary Remembering him with his melodious songs

    Kishore Kumar death anniversary: Remembering him with his melodious songs

    The legend of multi-talented artiste extraordinary actor, playback singer, director and producer Kishore Kumar, who died today 30 year ago, on October 13, 1987, refuses to fade away. Kishore Kumar is only artist who could make the audience laugh, dance and then suddenly cry – all in one stage show! His Bollywood career spanned nearly four decades from 1949 to 1987.

  • Was depressed, had suicidal thoughts: Asha Parekh

    Mumbai: Asha Parekh’s versatility helped her feature in films of diverse genres in the 1960s but the veteran actress says being on top is often lonesome and there was a phase where she went into depression. Parekh was one of the top stars in the industry from 1959 to 1973. She worked with all the top heroes of her time including Shammi Kapoor, Dev Anand, Rajendra Kumar, Rajesh Khanna and others. It

  • Remembering Madhubala on her 48th death anniversary

    ‘Aayi Meherban, Baithiye Jaanejaan…’ remember this songs. The screen icon fondly remembers Madhubala as a great artiste and “vivacious and spirited person in 40s and 50s. She had worked with Ashok Kumar, Raj Kapoor, Rehman, Pradeep Kumar, Shammi Kapoor, Dilip Kumar, Sunil Dutt, Dev Anand, Kamini Kaushal, Suraiya, Geeta Bali, Nalini Jaywant, Shyama and Nimmi. She acted more than seventy films from 1947 to 1964, and only 15 of which were box

  • No rivalry with Justice Katju, says Big B

    “Justice Katju is right. I really don’t have anything inside my head. We can be a part of what is going on and work towards it. But he is right. My head is khallas” Amitabh Bachchan

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    Relieve yourself at ‘Rishi Kapoor shauchalaya’ in Allahabad

    Allahabad: Agitated with Rishi Kapoor for his scathing attack on the Nehru-Gandhi family, the Congress workers in Uttar Pradesh’s Allahabad city have found a unique way to seek revenge and named a public toilet in the city after the Bollywood actor.

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    Why name India’s assets only after Gandhis, asks Rishi Kapoor

    Mumbai: In an explosive comment, veteran Bollywood actor Rishi Kapoor has depreciated the fact that previous Congress governments have named important assets of the country after the Gandhi family. He says the present government must consider renaming the assets after those who have contributed to the society.

  • When the game stands tall…

    Films on sports and sportsmen in Indian mainstream cinema were few in the past. ‘Lagaan’ created fictional history. But that was team sport – cricket. Nagesh Kukkunoor’s ‘Iqbal’ was more about a hearing disabled boy’s struggle to find his feet in cricket. Today, Bollywood is flush with biopics on great sportsmen and women. Shoma A. Chatterji explores the trend. (more…)