Next F ew can boast of a spirit like Dev Anand's. Right from his debut in Hum Ek Hain (1946) to his last release Chargesheet (2011), his romance with the silver screen retained its enthusiasm. The actor/filmmaker's tremendous dedication to his art coupled with a zest for life and all it has to offer, throughout his lifetime, earned him the befitting title of evergreen. In a career spanning more than five decades, Dev Saab redefined the industry with his brand of intellect, sensibility and style. His effortless good looks, often likened to Hollywood's Gregory Peck, combined with a charisma and characteristics that were his and his alone and a stockpile of Sachin Dev and Rahul Dev Burman's timeless melodies proved to be an unbeatable recipe for success. Please listen to Dev Anand's songs here Taking in various genres like crime, drama, thriller, comedy, social-themes, with films like CID, Tere Ghar Ke Saamne, ... » Learn More about Dev Anand’s Top 15 Movies
Piya ka ghar pyaara laage
Sudarshana Dwivedi looks back to the time she interviewed Dev Anand. I t came so suddenly. Usually such news is preceded by some report of illness, may be hospitalisation, some anxious moments that prepare you for the eventuality. But no such warning signs here. You just wake up and find an era gone; a legend quietly slips away and claims its rightful place in infinite eternity. For me, it is a nameless loss of something that started long ago. Television had yet to intrude into our lives, books and periodicals always took priority over frivolous entertainment (read films) and parents decided which films to watch and when. So while our home overflowed with books and periodicals to the tune of giving a good sized library a complex, film viewings were few and far between. My parents, though ardent movie buffs in their time, chose only meaningful films for me and my siblings. So while a Raj Kapoor or Dilip Kumar movie could be considered as the right viewing for us, a Dev ... » Learn More about What made Dev Anand different from Raj Kapoor, Dilip Kumar?
All the social media addicts are aware of the trend, 'Pawri Ho Rahi Hai' meme which has gone viral. Recently even Amul India released a social media creative celebrating the trend. As everyone is creating their own version of the trend, recently, Bollywood actor Vicky Kaushal joined the league in his own way. The National Award winning actor shared a delicious and indulgent picture of stuffed paratha with semi-melted white makkhan. Have a look at his story: The delectable plate had pan-fried stuffed parantha paired with white butter or safed makkhan placed on top of it. There was a homemade pickle too, which made it a perfect breakfast meal. To compliment his story, he used the 'Pawri Ho Rahi Hai' song by Yashraj Mukhate in the background. If we look back at Vicky’s social media profile, it is evident that he is a true food lover and often shares his love for Aloo Paratha and Biryani. View this post on Instagram ... » Learn More about Actor Vicky Kaushal joins ‘Pawri Ho Rahi Hai’ trend with stuffed paratha and white makkhan