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Johnny Mera Naam News

  • | December 31st, 2012

    Paresh Rawal: I don’t need to go door to door and ask people to watch me

    Paresh Rawal: I don’t need to go door to door and ask people to watch me

    The versatile actor, who is gearing up for his upcoming release Table No 21  doesn’t believe in door to door marketing
    Paresh Rawal feels film stars have lost their charm owing to extensive marketing and promotions. Click here to read more

  • | June 4th, 2012

    JANOO movie review: It will test your patience

    JANOO movie review: It will test your patience

    Several recent Kannada films have been based on old films and even older stories This week’s release, Janoo, is a perfect example
    At first glance, the film may appear to have a new look, but it soon becomes clear that Janoo is inspired by Shahrukh Khan’s Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge. 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 4th, 2011

    Dharam Dev Anand (September 26, 1923-December 3, 2011): The legend passes away

    Dharam Dev Anand (September 26, 1923-December 3, 2011): The legend passes away

    Actor-filmmaker Dev Anand passed away on Saturday night following a cardiac arrest in London, imprinting his footprints in the entertainment world forever…
    Known for his evergreen aura, Dharam Dev Anand has perhaps being the most prolific and versatile member of the Bollywood fraternity. Treating age just like any other figure, Dev saab’s contribution to the industry will be remembered forever. Movies like Guide and Gambler have been such huge blockbusters that the actor was given sobriquets like ‘Raju guide’ and ‘the great gambler’. He was also honoured with the Padma Bhushan in 2001 and the Dadasaheb Phalke Award in 2002. The actor apparently liked to be on his own. He believed that an artiste has to isolate himself so that he can focus on his work. Sticking to his ideology, the actor preferred leading a simple life and never ruled out the possibility of falling in love again. Trudging through quite an interesting and long journey, from his first movie Hum Ek Hain (1946) to the last one Chargesheet (2011), this legend and his enthusiasm to work and live life to the fullest, will be missed. Click here to read more

  • | 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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  • | July 26th, 2011

    Is Ramya the lucky mascot for Kitty, Vijay?

    Is Ramya the lucky mascot for Kitty, Vijay?

    Her films with the two actors became hits
    It’s a great time for Sandalwood actors who yearned for success. Talented actors Srinagara Kitty and Duniya Vijay who acted in several films one after the other never tasted success. But things changed for Kitty with Sanju Weds Geetha and for Vijay with Johnny Mera Naam. Both films have a single factor in common – Ramya. While Sanju Weds Geetha completed 100 days at some centres, Johnny Mera Naam has crossed 50 days at eight centres. Click here to read more