Sridevi was drop-dead gorgeous in Mr India. But she was just as good in the follow-up, Roop Ki Rani Choron Ka Raja, which no one saw her in. And she was even better in Army, where she did a female version of Sanjeev Kumar in Sholay.
Sridevi was often regarded as the first female superstar of the Hindi film industry. Such was her acting prowess. The actress started her career at the age of 4.
Lamhe’s lead women, both played by Sridevi in a double role, dared to desire at a time when females largely played objects of desire on screen. They did not wait to be chosen. They chose instead.
In the new book Nagme, Kisse, Baatein, Yaadein, Rakesh Anand Bakshi looks back at his father, legendary songwriter Anand Bakshi's illustrious career that spanned over five decades.
Yash Raj Films completes 50 years: Picking the best album of every decade, from Kabhie Kabhi to Ishaqzaade
Just like its movies, the music of Yash Raj Films has endured over the years, with albums like Silsila, Darr, Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge, and Veer-Zaara.
Rishi Kapoor passes away: From Bobby, Chandni to Kapoor & Sons, a look at celebrated actor's most remarkable films
Touted as Bollywood's first 'chocolate boy,' Rishi had set himself as a distinctive actor with brilliant acting chops.
Madame Tussauds decided to announce the addition of Srivedi's wax figure as a tribute to the late actor on her 56th birth anniversary on 13 August
Govinda has also claimed that he turned down films like Chandni, Devdas and Taal.
On Yash Chopra's 86th birth anniversary, a look back at his impressive slate of films, from Silsila to Lamhe
Yash Chopra is the recipient of Dadasaheb Phalke Award, Padma Bhushan, six National Film Awards and eleven Filmfare awards
Anil Kapoor on rejecting Chandni: Was just not in a frame of mind to sit in wheelchair throughout the film
Anil Kapoor had suffered a major accident before Chandini's offer came to him.
Veere Di Wedding takes the journey of wedding films to the next level — tailored for the Facebook and Instagram generation.
After Vyjayanthimala, Waheeda Rahman and Hema Malini, it was Sridevi who held the torch of dancing divas in Bollywood, high and bright.
Sridevi passes away: How an avid Madhuri Dixit fan fell for her most celebrated rival's celestial calmness
I was never a Sridevi fan. But with repeat viewing of her films and much later, a first-hand interaction with the late actress, I found in her what I could never see in Madhuri Dixit.
Apart from interesting anecdotes about working with Sridevi, Rishi Kapoor writes of how she was the only actress he worked with who came close to being perfect
Legendary actress Sridevi passed away on 24 February after suffering a cardiac arrest. Here's a look at all her iconic roles, from Chandni to Lamhe
Sridevi passes away: From Mr India, Chandni to English Vinglish, MOM; a look at celebrated actress' best from 300 films
Sridevi has an unparalleled feat of starring in 300 films across languages and genres. To pick her five most memorable roles, thus, is a daunting task.
Around this time twenty-three years ago a film called Roop Ki Rani Choron Ka Raja (1993) released after being in production for over half a decade