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  • | June 9th, 2016

    Bhabhi Ji Ghar Par Hain’s Aasif Sheikh aka Vibhuti Narayan on rewind

    Bhabhi Ji Ghar Par Hain’s Aasif Sheikh aka Vibhuti Narayan on rewind

    Bhabhi Ji Ghar Par Hain’s Aasif Sheikh rules hearts with his portrayal of Vibhuti Narayan on Bhabhi Ji Ghar Par Hain. We trace the veteran actor’s career Click here to read more

  • | November 22nd, 2013

    Shanti, Tulsi, Shaktiman: Who should come back to Indian TV?

    Shanti, Tulsi, Shaktiman: Who should come back to Indian TV?

    To celebrate World Television Day this week, take a look at the best TV shows over the last five decades. Which one do you think should make a comeback? Tell us….
    In a country that is hugely dominated by Bollywood, Indian television has given its audience some of the biggest and most evergreen shows ever. Some of them are still running, while others are now off air, but Click here to read more

  • | December 20th, 2012

    Shahrukh Khan: Bollywood stars must come together for a TV series

    Shahrukh Khan: Bollywood stars must come together for a TV series

    The Jab Tak Hai Jaan actor started his career in the showbiz with the small screen in shows like Fauji and Circus
    Now the Bollywood badshah says he won’t mind coming back to TV to act, and adds it would be a good idea for film stars to collaborate for a project. Click here to read more

  • | August 8th, 2012

    Om Puri: ‘Chhal Sheh Aur Maat’ is clean entertainment

    Om Puri: ‘Chhal Sheh Aur Maat’ is clean entertainment

    The veteran theatre, television and film actor is unhappy with the current standards of programming
    Om Puri returns to the small screen after over a decade as a sutradhar or storyteller for new TV show Chhal Sheh Aur Maat. But the veteran actor feels today’s television is frivolous and lacks meaningful content. “Television back in the 1980s had meaningful content. Serials like Hum Log and Buniyaad had much to share, but the small screen has now become very frivolous,” Puri, 61, told IANS. “The usual saas-bahu serials are more like people doing ramp walk than acting. The standards have indeed declined over the years. I miss the charm of television in previous years,” he said. Click here to read more

  • | October 13th, 2011

    Ashok Kumar: Wish him on his 100th birth anniversary

    Ashok Kumar: Wish him on his 100th birth anniversary

    The life and times of the ‘Dadamoni’ of Indian cinema
    He was a shy man with average looks, definitely not the Bollywood type; yet destiny had other plans for Ashok Kumar who got into showbiz by chance and never looked back. As the late actor’s 100th birth anniversary dawns Thursday, film historians and fans remember the ‘Dadamoni’ of Indian cinema. Born in a Bengali family October 13, 1911, he did his schooling from Presidency College in Kolkata, and graduated in sciences and law. Not quite starry-eyed, he came to Mumbai in 1936 in search of a job. He got the role of a lab assistant in the newly established Bombay Talkies. But one day film director Himanshu Rai was furious with the lead actor of his film who had vanished without informing him. On the spur of the moment, he laid his eyes on Ashok and wanted the man as the lead in his film Jeevan Naiya. Click here to read more