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Along with Sadhana,my another favorite actress is undeniably her closest friend Asha Parekh. Blessed with talent and a noble heart, she had a vivacious appearance on screen.In an era when tragedies were the success formula for the films,she was a breath of fresh air.She played the romantic lead with actors which were known for their flamboyant and energetic performances such as Dev Anand and Shammi Kapoor and matched their spirits. 788 more words
D yani Dev Anand..people often label him as the Indian version of Gregory Peck…but I disdain it.He remains the most original stylist Hero in Bollywood.My journey of adoration started with Dev Anand during the year 1997.Yep I remember it correctly, J.P Dutta’s Border was a huge success those days, so was Titanic…(all of us had fetish for that particular scene of Kate Winslet…i hope you can understand)..anyway i came back to our flat after the evening cricket game (dripped with des ki mitti and sweat drops)..I noticed my elder brother happily flaunting a cassette box..on a closer look I noticed it was HMV Golden Collection series…The Golden Hits of Dev Anand.We had a Philips audio player and music flowed freely.Kishore kumar’s voice echoed across our rooms..so was Mohd Rafi’s Tere Mere Sapne ab ek hi rang hain.Musical blockbusters like Guide,Jewel Thief,Gambler,Hare Rama Hare Krishna,Prem Pujari..became part of my life.I still have Phoolon ke Rang se,Aasmaan ke Neeche and Gaata Rahein Mera Dil Mein in my Samsung Playlists.That was my addiction to Dev Anand’s lip sync. 444 more words
This article is written by Arunkumar Deshmukh, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. 1,411 more words