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Prithvi Theatre News

  • | May 11th, 2015

    Rishi Kapoor thinks Salman Khan, Ranbir Kapoor and Hrithik Roshan can match Shashi Kapoor’s ‘good looks’

    Rishi Kapoor thinks Salman Khan, Ranbir Kapoor and Hrithik Roshan can match Shashi Kapoor’s ‘good looks’

    Sr Kapoor confessed this on his social networking page
    Veteran actor Rishi Kapoor feels there are only three actors from Bollywood who match up the looks of the cine icon and his uncle Shashi Kapoor. The first is Dabangg star Salman Khan followed by Bollywood’s Greek god Hrithik Roshan and then, Rishi’s son Ranbir Kapoor. Click here to read more

  • | May 10th, 2015

    Shashi Kapoor honoured Dada Saheb Phalke Award; Amitabh Bachchan, Ranbir Kapoor, Saif Ali Khan cheer him on- view pics!

    Shashi Kapoor honoured Dada Saheb Phalke Award; Amitabh Bachchan, Ranbir Kapoor, Saif Ali Khan cheer him on- view pics!

    The veteran actor received the award today morning
     
    Legendary actor Shashi Kapoor received the Dada Saheb Phalke Award today by Union Information and Broadcasting Minister Arun Jaitley at a ceremony held at Prithvi theatre, Juhu. Apart from family members- Sanjana Kapoor (daughter),Rishi Kapoor, Ranbir Kapoor and Karisma Kapoor, the ceremony also the presence of other Bollywood bigwigs including the likes of Amitabh Bachchan, Hema Malini, Zeenat Aman, Saif Ali Khan, Rekha, Shabana Azmi and many more. Click here to read more

  • | March 19th, 2014

    Shashi Kapoor films you must watch!

    Shashi Kapoor films you must watch!

    After ruling the industry for quite sometime, the veteran actor who just turned a year older is taking it slow now
    Shashi Kapoor turned 76 yesterday, and we pay tribute to this mega star. Shashi Kapoor born, Balbir Raj Prithviraj Kapoor, is the son of late actor Prithviraj Kapoor. He belongs to the famous Indian Click here to read more

  • | November 12th, 2013

    Neetu Chandra: My stage debut doesn’t need props like Randeep Hooda

    Neetu Chandra: My stage debut doesn’t need props like Randeep Hooda

    The gorgeous bombshell is furious about write-ups suggesting that actor Randeep Hooda who was once a very close friend of actor Neetu Chandra, showed up at the Prithvi Theatre to witness her stage debut as Umrao Jaan for old times’ sake
    “This isn’t what I want to be known for. I don’t want my moment of glory to be diluted by talks about whom I am seeing or whom I am broken up with,” Neetu Chandra said. Click here to read more

  • | September 20th, 2012

    Actor-director Dinesh Thakur passes away

    Actor-director Dinesh Thakur passes away

    Veteran Bollywood, television and theatre actor and director Dinesh Thakur breathed his last today (September 20) in a Mumbai hospital. He was 65. Thakur had been ailing with kidney problems for a while and had little money to cover his medical expenses.
    The veteran made his Bollywood debut with Gulzar’s Mere Apne in 1971. After working in Basu Bhattacharya’s Anubhav in the same year, he bagged a major role in Basu Chatterjee’s Filmfare Award-winning movie Rajinigandha (1974) and went on to act in several films including Kalicharan (1976), The Burning Train (1980) and the more recent Fiza (2000). He also wrote films and won a Filmfare Best Story Award for Ghar (1978). Click here to read more

  • | June 28th, 2012

    Legendary actor-dancer Zohra Sehgal turns 100 today! Send in birthday wishes

    Legendary actor-dancer Zohra Sehgal turns 100 today! Send in birthday wishes

    Superstar Amitabh Bachchan describes his Cheeni Kum co-star as still being childlike. Read on to know more about Zohra Sehgal on her 100th birthday
    Affable and lovable, veteran actor Zohra Sehgal was born Zohra Begum Mumtaz-Ullah Khanon April 27, 1912 in Saharanpur, Uttar Pradesh and turns 100 today. Which means she is as old as the Hindi film industry, or rather a year older! Click here to read more

  • | June 28th, 2012

    Zohra Segal: I wish someone would euthanise me

    Zohra Segal: I wish someone would euthanise me

    The iconic artiste celebrated her 100th birthday with her official biography, Zohra Segal: Fatty, and feels she has done everything in life

    Abhi na jaana chhod kar… ki cake abhi kata nahin… ki pet abhi bhara nahin” (Don’t leave the party, the cake hasn’t been cut yet, tummy isn’t filled yet), recited the blue-eyed “baby” of entertainment, actor-dancer Zohra Segal on her 100th birthday, punning on her favourite sonnet Abhi To Main Jawan Hoon by poet Hafeez Jullundhri as she cut a large chocolate cake. Her characteristic lust for life appeared undimmed late Friday at the launch of her first official biography, Zohra Segal: Fatty by daughter Kiran Segal. Click here to read more

  • | December 25th, 2011

    Satyadev Dubey (1936-2011): Tribute to a legend

    Satyadev Dubey (1936-2011): Tribute to a legend

    He was controversial, candid and had a healthy disregard for anything colonial in theatre. The death of Satyadev Dubey has sadly brought the curtains down on an era of fierce Indianness on stage
    Mumbai-based director, actor, playwright, screen writer and filmmaker Satyadev Dubey was best known for his play Andha Yug – a comment on the futility of war – by Dharamvir Bharti, which he staged in 1962. It is said that Dubey, who was born in Bilaspur in present day Chhattisgarh in 1936, had moved to Mumbai to become a cricketer. But he ended up in theatre. Director Bhanu Bharti, who produced Andha Yug, told IANS: “He was a remarkable man because he had carved a space for himself on the Marathi stage despite not being a Maharashtrian. He singlehandedly started a new theatre movement.” Critics say that Dubey courted controversy with his criticism of English theatre in India in the 1960s and ’70s, saying it was a colonial legacy and only the elite took part in it. However, he later switched to English theatre himself when he felt that the medium had freed itself from the baggage of British and American influence and English had developed and Indian idiom on stage. Click here to read more