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  • | August 18th, 2016

    These 5 Raksha Bandhan songs should be on your playlist today

    These 5 Raksha Bandhan songs should be on your playlist today

    Best Raksha Bandhan songs from Bollywood. Click here to read more

  • | August 29th, 2015

    5 Bollywood songs that will make you feel special on Rakshabandhan- watch videos!

    5 Bollywood songs that will make you feel special on Rakshabandhan- watch videos!

    It’s Rakshabandhan today and we take a look at a few songs that make us reminisce abiut the good old days with our siblings…
    We all love to indulge in some masti, laughter and fun with our siblings as they come home to celebrate Rakshabandhan. And what better to go down memory lane if not with  some iconic songs from Bollywood! Here are 5 songs about Rakhi from B-town, have a look!Click here to read more

  • | May 14th, 2014

    Shahrukh Khan mourns the death of his Baadshah co-star Sudhir

    Shahrukh Khan mourns the death of his Baadshah co-star Sudhir

    SRK took to Twitter to pay condolences to his Baadshah co-star, who passed away recently
    Shahrukh Khan on Tuesday mourned the death of yesteryear actor Sudhir, who played his aide in 1999 film Baadshah. Click here to read more

  • | May 12th, 2014

    Shahrukh Khan’s Baadshah co-star Sudhir passes away

    Shahrukh Khan’s Baadshah co-star Sudhir passes away

    The Hare Rama Hare Krishna actor was undergoing treatment for quite some time
    Bhagwandas Mulchand Luthria popularly known as Sudhir and aka Bhaggu breathed his last. The actor was undergoing treatment for some lung illness since a long time. Click here to read more

  • | September 26th, 2013

    Remembering Dev Anand on his 2nd birth anniversary

    Remembering Dev Anand on his 2nd birth anniversary

    If Dev Anand was alive he would be 90 today, but this actor will live a hundred years for his fans and will be always remembered by cinema lovers…
    Born on September 26, 1923, Dev ‘evergreen ’Anand was a part of the Indian cinema as an actor, writer, director and producer. Click here to read more

  • | September 19th, 2013

    Rakshabandhan special: Five musical gems that make brother-sister bonding special!

    Rakshabandhan special: Five musical gems that make brother-sister bonding special!

    Over the years, these songs have become evergreen – they celebrate the relationship between siblings with emotional depth and fervour
    Which was the last film that portrayed a heart-warming brother-sister relationship? Do you think it was Bhaag Milkha Bhaag, where Farhan Akhtar and Divya Dutta shared an infinite love? Click here to read more

  • | August 28th, 2013

    Janmashtami special: Bollywood songs on Lord Krishna

    Janmashtami special: Bollywood songs on Lord Krishna

    Lord Krishna has been seen in many Bollywood movies, literally or in spirit. His flirty and naughty nature has seeped into many characters in films
    There are some films where the Janmashtami festival was showcased in songs and in some, the Radha-Krishna affair was highlighted. We thought this would be the best occasion to share some songs that celebrate Lord Krishna and his vibrant spirit. Click here to read more

  • | December 5th, 2011

    Dev Anand: Bollywood’s greatest discoverer

    Dev Anand: Bollywood’s greatest discoverer

    The late Dev Anand had a career spanning around six decades, during which he donned several hats including those of director, producer and actor. There is one more lesser known aspect: casting director. Though you may not find him mentioned as such in the credits of his films, several B-Town actors will tell you they are grateful to him for bringing them into the industry. We tell you more about them:
    Zeenat Aman: Officially, Dev Anand’s Hare Rama Hare Krishna is not her first film, but that’s the one that made Zeenat a star. She was one sexy sister of the hero and stole the show from the film’s female lead, Mumtaz. Her song Dum maaro dum from the film is iconic even today. Click here to read more

  • | December 5th, 2011

    Why Dev Anand loved to shoot at cool locations

    Why Dev Anand loved to shoot at cool locations

    Location is an essential part of movies. And as far as Dev Anand’s movies are concerned, we’ve seen him trot all over hill stations in his movies. While Hare Rama Hare Krishna was shot in Kathmandu, Tere Mere Sapne from the movie Guide is another song that’s tastefully shot on a hill station. Dev Anand was very fond of wearing jackets, scarves and hat, and his love for such clothing accessories did pose a problem for the hot weather. Apparently, this was the reason why he chose to shoot at cooler locations, preferably hill stations, just to humour his love for closed collars. Dev Anand once confessed in an interview that whenever he saw a nice jacket hanging in a shop, it would compel him to go in and check it out.
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  • | December 5th, 2011

    Dev Anand (1923-2011): A legend moves on

    Dev Anand (1923-2011): A legend moves on

    The news of Dev Anand’s death has shocked his legion of fans in and out of the Bollywood film industry
    Dev Anand was rightly called the evergreen hero, and not just because of his long tenure as leading man. While he played the quintessential hero onscreen with his unique style and mannerisms, offscreen too he had an approach to life that was highly inspirational. It has often been said that he actually lived the way one of his songs advocated – har fikr ko dhue mein udaata chala gaya (I moved on, letting my worries go up in smoke). He had many classics to his name – Guide, CID, Hare Rama Hare Krishna, Gambler, Hum Dono – and yet never stopped making films. He wanted to die with his boots on, and that’s what he did. He had begun planning his next film, along the lines of his classic Hare Rama Hare Krishna. Sadly, Fate had other plans. We pay our tribute to this iconic filmmaker: Click here to read more

  • | December 5th, 2011

    Dev Anand and his unforgettable movies

    Dev Anand and his unforgettable movies

    Dev Anand left an indelible mark in our hearts through all the movies he acted in, produced and directed…
    For over five decades, Dev Anand was intimately connected with the Bollywood. Be it the movies in which he acted, produced or directed. Dev Anand’s movie career panned over 110 movies, ranging from Hum Ek Hain (1946) to Chargesheet (2011). All these movies contain the imprints of this great star. Dev Anand believed in what he made, irrespective of all the opinions around him. His conviction was his strength. While we do miss his presence immensely, here are some movies that make us feel that his lively spirit is still amongst us, dropping the choicest of billet doux and hinting subtly at social messages. Click here to read more

  • | December 5th, 2011

    Dev Anand: Bollywood’s ultimate style icon

    Dev Anand: Bollywood’s ultimate style icon

    Dev Anand’s style was individualistic. Though widely imitated, his penchant for hats, high collar floral shirts and colorful scarves were the absolute trend setters
    Dev saab was uninhibited, zestful and honest in projecting a style which was uniquely his own. The flamboyance and youthful charm about him never failed to cast a magical spell on his audience. We take a look at the key elements of his fashion statement which made this evergreen romantic hero a true style-icon not just on celluloid but in real life as well. Click here to read more

  • | December 4th, 2011

    Dev Anand passes away in London due to cardiac arrest

    Dev Anand passes away in London due to cardiac arrest

    Evergreen star Dev Anand, one of the icons of Indian cinema, died Saturday after suffering a massive cardiac arrest in London. He was 88. “His son Sunil came out of the bathroom and saw that Dev saab was not responding. He called the doctor, who said that he had a heart attack. He died at 10 in the night in London,” said Mohan Churiwala, Dev Anand’s manager. The iconic star is survived by his wife, former actor Kalpana Karthik, a son and a daughter. As soon as the news spread, a grief-stricken Bollywood offered condolences and recalled his significant contribution to cinema. While Bollywood star Amitabh Bachchan said an “era has come to an end”, actor Shabana Azmi said the legend “will be missed by millions but will live on through his movies”. And live he will through his movies, as he starred in some ahead-of-its-time films like Guide. Dev Anand began his career with Hum Ek Hain in 1946. However, he got his first big break with Ziddi in 1948. The flamboyant star is also known for giving big hits like Baazi, Guide, Jewel Thief, Johnny Mera Naam, Hare Rama Hare Krishna, CID and Tere Mere Sapne. His last outing as an actor and director was Chargesheet in 2011, a dud at the box office. Dev Anand will be cremated in London next week.
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  • | October 14th, 2011

    Dev Anand bestowed with ‘Rashtriya Kishore Kumar Sanman’

    Dev Anand bestowed with ‘Rashtriya Kishore Kumar Sanman’

    The Madhya Pradesh government honoured legendary actor, Dev Anand with the 14th Rastriya Kishore Kumar Samman on the occasion of the late singer’s 25th death anniversary. According to a minister, an amount of Rs 2 lakh, an honour plaque and a shawl were given to the octogenerian actor for excellence in direction at his Mumbai residence.  The evergreen hero, apart from a stellar career on screen, has produced some very memorable films, including Johnny Mera NaamGuide, Jewal Thief and Hare Rama Hare Krishna. The 88-year-old has also been honoured with Padma Vibhushan and Dadasaheb Phalke Award previously.  A grand function was also held at Khandwa, Kishoreda’s birthplace, in the singer’s memory.
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