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Farooque Shaikh and Deepti Naval News

  • | December 29th, 2013

    Deepti Naval: Farooque Sheikh was part of my career and life!

    Deepti Naval: Farooque Sheikh was part of my career and life!

    The veteran actor finds it difficult to come to terms with the fact that her Katha co-star is no more. Shocked and saddened by Farooque’s sudden demise Deepti remembers the man who she thinks was a big flirt and a charming person!
    Veteran actor Deepti Naval says the late Farooque Sheikh — the two were a popular pair in films — was a constant part of her professional and personal lives. On Saturday Deepti woke up to the news that Farooque was no more. He died of cardiac arrest in Dubai late Friday. Click here to read more

  • | December 28th, 2013

    Farooq Sheikh no more, Deepti Naval remembers her friend and co-star

    Farooq Sheikh no more, Deepti Naval remembers her friend and co-star

    Veteran Bollywood actor Farooq Sheikh died of a sudden cardiac arrest in Dubai yesterday and his Chashme Baddoor co-star just cannot come to terms with this sudden bad news
    Deepti Naval is considered as one of the closest friends and co-star of the Late Farooq Sheikh. This duo was considered a hit pair and worked together to deliver several hits. Deepti in an interview said, “It is unbelievable. I am in a state of shock. He is one of the finest actors in the film industry. Click here to read more

  • | December 28th, 2012

    Listen Amaya trailer: Deepti Naval and Farooque Shaikh share screen space again!

    Listen Amaya trailer: Deepti Naval and Farooque Shaikh share screen space again!

    The film that brings together the Chashme Buddoor and Katha pair of Farooque Shaikh and Deepti Naval has been selected for the 15th London Asian Film Festival
    Farooque Shaikh and Deepti Naval-starrer Listen Amaya will be screened at the 15th London Asian Film Festival, to be held in March next year. Directed by debutant Avinash Kumar Singh, the film sees Farooque and Deepti sharing the screen 28 years after their 1983 film Katha. Listen Amaya tells the story of Click here to read more