Tusshar Kapoor gives you a glimpse of his past… and it’s not pretty!
It was not easy for him but Mithun Chakraborty didn’t duck any of the questions when we started probing about his personal life.
Mithun Chakraborty doesn’t look back in anger if you ask him about his past.
All of us know the love story of Dharmendra and Hema Malini. But not many tell us about its side-effects. Here’s that story.
She was once Bollywood’s number one heroine but died under pitiable and pathetic conditions. True, It can’t get lonelier than this.
A string of abusive relationships haven’t deterred the spirit one bit. Here’s Zeenat Aman is still teenager at heart.
Photographs from the archives of NK Sareen The year of 1975 was supposed to be a significant one in the history of Indian cinema as Satyajit Ray, Aparna Sen and popular Italian […]
Suchitra Sen was Bengal’s greatest actress who chose to live indoors and shunned the prying media for the last 35 years of her life. For journalists in Kolkata, she was an enigma, a mystery and often referred to as the ‘Greta Garbo of Indian cinema’.
When we talk about extreme struggles and a never-say-die spirit, few refer to Asha Bhosle. Take my word that she is one of the best examples from Bollywood.
Have we forgotten about her? That one day when some of us were a little nostalgic about her, I found the social media obsessed with what is happening with Hrithik Roshan. None […]
This was a film which Dev Anand had pinned all his hopes on. In spite of the fact that it didn’t work at the box office, Dev Anand remained the eternal optimist that he is…
The most successful regional actor in the history of Indian cinema, forgotten Punjabi star Satish Kaul, spends his days in uneasy solitude and restlessness.
Vyjayantimala perhaps had such large, expressive eyes that she could emote on screen just through her eyes. Here is a photo-shoot of the actress in 1982.
A small but interesting anecdote behind ‘Thodi Si Jo Pee Li Hai’, the iconic dance number sung by Kishore Kumar in ‘Namak Halal’
You have probably heard that Uttam Kumar’s last film is a Bengali film called ‘Ogo Bodhu Shundari’. Just a few months before his death, Uttam Kumar finished dubbing for another crime thriller called ‘Plot number 5’. A film that has now faded from public memory.