Next D ev Anand has left behind a legacy of memorable films and songs for us to remember him by. After the first part of this special series, we bring here another set of the late actor's popular songs that were a reflection of his flambouyant personality and the realistic characters he played in most of his films. Aasman Ke Neeche, Jewel Thief (1967) Sung by Kishore Kumar and Lata Mangeshkar, the song beautifully captures the playful chemistry of two lovers. Dev Anand is his usual charming self while Vyjayantimala looks regal in the song. Composer S D Burman fuses magic in this song with a unique blend of classical and lilting tunes. Please post Your Tributes to Dev saab here Image: Aasman Ke Neeche, Jewel Thief Tags: Kishore Kumar , Lata Mangeshkar , Vyjayantimala Next Prev Next T rying to placate his lady love, Asha Parekh, Dev Anand climbs on top of a moving car and pleads her to … [Read more...] about Watch: Dev Anand’s most popular songs
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As business or burden, function or fashion, they've appeared in scenes and songs to assert many an emotion. And so after looking at trees , terrace , chandeliers , jhoola and balloons , Sukanya Verma looks at Bollywood's cool, curious, bag moments. Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa God bless Juhi Chawla for showing up in the final scene and saving us from the heartbreak of watching Shah Rukh Khan sulk in singlehood. New in town and asking for directions, she's arrived with quite a bit of luggage, which she valiantly attempts to carry alone until a chivalry personified SRK volunteers to help. Bottom-line: Things aren't so bad when you find someone to share the load. Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara Three friends decide on a road trip in Spain for one's bachelor party. But it's the details of Zoya Akhtar's storytelling that tells us about their temperament. And it all begins with how they pack -- choice of luggage, manner of arrangement (or … [Read more...] about When Bollywood threw its weight around!
Next Nithya Ramani in London Nithya Ramani reports from London. B ollywood legend Dev Anand was cremated on December 10 at Putney Vale Crematorium, London, amidst family, friends and fans. The body arrived at the crematorium in a casket decorated with flowers. The final rites were performed as per Hindu rituals in a church. Pundits chanted the rituals as the body proceeded into the chapel. Photographs: Nithya Ramani/Rediff.com Tags: London , Putney Vale Crematorium , Nithya Ramani , Dev Anand Next Prev Next D ev Anand's son Suneil said a few words about this father and thanked everybody present for coming. The acting High Commissioner of India Rakesh Prasad and Sahara group chief Subroto Roy paid their final respects after which the curtains descended on the casket. Along with the Hindu rituals, a Scottish Bagpiper was present also, who performed at the end of the … [Read more...] about Dev Anand given a tearful farewell in London
Next H ere's presenting the sixth batch in the special series of lesser-known facts of Bollywood's evergreen star Dev Anand. Read the first , second , third , fourth and fifth parts here. 1. Had just one death scene in his entire film career Considering the fact that he was so full of life and bubbling with energy all the time, it doesn't come as a surprise that the only film Dev Anand had a death scene in, was Guide . Image: Dev Anand Tags: Next Prev Next D ev Anand gave a break to newcomer Richa Sharma from America in Hum Naujawan . Image: Movie poster of Hum Naujawan Tags: Sanjay Dutt , Richa Sharma , Dev Anand , Hum Naujawan , America Prev Next Prev Next D ev Anand didn't like the iconic Guide song, Aaj phir jeene ki tamanna hai, initially as it started … [Read more...] about 88 Facts You Didn’t Know About Dev Anand — VI
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, … [Read more...] about Dev Anand’s Top 15 Movies