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Raj Kapoor's 32nd death anniversary: Fans remember 'Showman'

Mumbai, June 2 (IANS) Tuesday marks Bollywood's original 'Showman' Raj Kapoors death anniversary. The evergreen actor-filmmaker passed away 32 years ago, and he is...

Rishi remembers father Raj Kapoor

Remembering Raj Kapoor on his 31st death anniversary on Sunday, his son and actor Rishi Kapoor took to Twitter to share two photographs of his late father.

Find out from which film Disha Patani’s role of a trapeze artist is inspired

Disha Patani is a fanatic film lover and loves watching films across varied genres, however, the actress' favourite film is the Raj Kapoor starrer MERA NAAM JOKER. Closer to her favourite film, Disha plays a trapeze artist set in a circus.

Find out from which film Disha Patani’s role of a trapeze artist is inspired

Disha Patani is a fanatic film lover and loves watching films across varied genres, however, the actress' favourite film is the Raj Kapoor starrer MERA NAAM JOKER. Closer to her favourite film, Disha plays a trapeze artist set in a circus.

RK Studios comes alive with Ganpati Visarjan celebrations

Bollywood star Ranbir Kapoor, along with his father Rishi Kapoor and uncles Randhir and Rajiv, kept to tradition and celebrated Ganpati Visarjan with full enthusiasm amidst a sea of fans at the iconic RK Studios, which has been put up for sale. 

RK Studios comes alive with Ganpati Visarjan celebrations

Bollywood star Ranbir Kapoor, along with his father Rishi Kapoor and uncles Randhir and Rajiv, kept to tradition and celebrated Ganpati Visarjan with full enthusiasm amidst a sea of fans at the iconic RK Studios, which has been put up for sale. 

Salman Khan kicks off BHARAT’s shooting

Ali Abbas Zafar's film BHARAT features Superstar Salman Khan, Priyanka Chopra and Disha Patani in lead roles.

Salman Khan kicks off BHARAT’s shooting

Ali Abbas Zafar's film BHARAT features Superstar Salman Khan, Priyanka Chopra and Disha Patani in lead roles.

Rishi Kapoor: Raj Kapoor still alive in today’s audience

Actor Rishi Kapoor, son of late filmmaker-actor Raj Kapoor, says the current generation still talks about his father's films and so, he is still alive in the audience.

 

Rishi Kapoor: Raj Kapoor still alive in today’s audience

Actor Rishi Kapoor, son of late filmmaker-actor Raj Kapoor, says the current generation still talks about his father's films and so, he is still alive in the audience.

 

RK Studios: Has the AAG burned the AAH of immense historic nostalgia?

Kal khel men ham ho na ho, gardish men taaren rahenge sada, Bhuloge tum bhulenge wo, par ham tumhaare rahenge sada, Rahenge yahin apane nishaan...

MOTHER INDIA and other renowned world classics go missing

According to a report in Indian Express, as many as 51,500 film cans have gone missing from the National Film Archive of India (NFAI), which claims to have 1.3 lakh film reels in its vaults...

Have we lost emotions sans Violin?

Listening to the great golden era songs enlivens one's mood and emotions; be it romantic song, sad, lively, comedy, et al. Being an avid listener of the era for almost 2 hours daily on popular retro FM channels, cocktailed with a few contemporary songs, for a very long time made me realise of the loss of emotions in the mediocre content that is now dished out more frequently than not.

Cult films or commercially successful films: What does an actor/ star aspire for

Every actor worth his grain who may be immensely commercially successful aspires for a film which is critically acclaimed and establishes his or credentials as a performer par excellence. It has been there from the time, cinema made its debut, and the trend continues even to this day. It is more so pertinent in the case of female stars of the present times, who when they start reaching the wrong side of the age yearn and aspire for 'that' film which would become a cult film and establish them as one of the vital signposts in the cinematic oeuvre and history of the country.

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