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  • | July 18th, 2013

    Rajesh Khanna’s first death anniversary: Remembering India’s first superstar

    Rajesh Khanna’s first death anniversary: Remembering India’s first superstar

    One year ago the nation mourned the loss of India’s iconic actor Rajesh Khanna. Today we remember the phenomenon and his magic
    His irresistibly youthful charm, lopsided grin and unmatchable style made Rajesh Khanna the most romantic actor in Indian cinema in the 70s. Click here to read more

  • | February 1st, 2013

    Ameesha Patel: Comebacks are for actors who get married and have kids

    Ameesha Patel: Comebacks are for actors who get married and have kids

    The actor insists she never left the industry and that Race 2 does not signal a return for her. She also sheds light on her new role as a producer
    “Comebacks are for the actresses who get married and have kids and then plan to come back. I never left this industry. I have always been here. My last film was Chatur Singh Two Star (2011). The film didn’t do well; so maybe people didn’t know about it,” said Ameesha Patel aka Amisha. Click here to read more

  • | July 23rd, 2012

    Rajesh Khanna’s Amul hoarding: Chala jaata hoon kisiki dhun mein

    Rajesh Khanna’s Amul hoarding: Chala jaata hoon kisiki dhun mein

    The dairy products giant was quick to pay tribute to the late superstar who passed away on July 18
    Chala jaata hoon kisiki dhun mein – screams Amul’s new ad hoarding, with the tagline of ‘Amul Prem (1942-2012)’. Click here to read more

  • | June 28th, 2012

    Film writer KK Singh passes away

    Film writer KK Singh passes away

    Famous script and dialogue writer KK Singh passed away in his sleep at his residence in Mumbai on Sunday. He was 58. Singh started his career with Raj Kapoor’s Prem Rog and worked with many other skilful directors later in his career, such as Raj Khosla, Mehul Kumar, Rajiv Rai and Mahesh Manjrekar among others. He wrote for 24 films including the popular ones like Ram Teri Ganga Maili, Krantiveer, Tridev, Mere Jeevan Saathi, Pitaah, Jaanwar, Kurukshetra, Tirangaa, Talaash, Barsaat and Ek Rishtaa – The Bond of Love. His last film was Jaago. He even wrote dialogues for a Bhojpuri film named Aulad, for which he was paid Rs 11 lakh, the highest amount paid to a writer in the industry. Singh had also directed the Salman Khan film Veergati. May his soul rest in peace.
    R.I.P. Shammi Kapoor: Bollywood tweetsClick here to read more