Rajesh Khanna News
The sky is not the limit for Tanuja’s range as an actress. In Basu Bhattacharya’s Anubhav (1971) as Mita, the neglected wife of Amar (Sanjeev Kumar) Tanuja was such a natural it didn’t feel like a performance at all.
Priyan Ottathilanu, which roughly translated means, ‘Priyan On The Run’ is the recent Malayalam film that again proves Kerala is the hub of cinematic excellence.
Amid murmurs of her comeback with Sanjay Leela Bhansali's web series Heeramandi, the legendary Mumtaz walks down the memory lane in this exclusive interview with Firstpost.
Rajesh Khanna's dialogue plays to one's heartstrings even after 50 years after his movie release, The star has aura that still continues till date.
Remembering superstar Rajesh Khanna on his 10th death anniversary, Sharmila Tagore reveals some unknown facts about him
3 things actress Sharmila Tagore reveals in the audiobook titled ‘Ek Tanha Sitara’ on Audible.
Rajesh Khanna, or ‘Kaka’ as he was fondly called, breathed his last on 18 July 2012. Widely loved by millions, he holds the record for being the only actor to give 15 consecutive solo super-hit films, all within two years (1969-71).
Kartik Aaryan faced some major setbacks like Akaash Vani, Kanchi The Unbreakable and Guest In London until Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety put him in the top slots.
Rajesh Khanna and Amitabh Bachchan's cult-classic Anand will be remade by the movie’s original producer NC Sippy’s Grandson Sameer Raj Sippy along with producer Vikram Khakhar.
Amar Prem at 50: Film that was cut out for Sharmila Tagore and yet Rajesh Khanna went out of way to be part of it
Rajesh Khanna’s decision to pursue Shakti Samanta’s ‘Amar Prem’ reveals how he could spot a good role and then go all out
As Amar Prem turns 50, we revisit Sharmila Tagore's stylised but supremely seductive performance that holds the mutating plot together.
Mumtaz remembers Rajesh Khanna: Kakajee used to get upset with me when I signed films with other heroes
The legendary iconic Mumtaz remembers her favourite co-star Rajesh Khanna on his 79th birth anniversary
Rajesh Khanna "loved to play the martyr both in his real life and reel. He would justify his transgressions as husband and family man by arguing that he was misunderstood. On screen, he repeatedly revealed a death wish."
Dimple Kapadia turns 64: From Raj Kapoor's Bobby to Christopher Nolan's Tenet, the enviable career of an enigmatic actor
In a career spanning 48 years and counting, Dimple Kapadia has gone through the drill, and so much beyond. Though her roles have drawn tremendously from the turbulence of her personal life — which has always been under public scrutiny — her filmography is full of quiet, unexplained mystique.
Mehfil-e-Sahir | Celebrating 100 years of Sahir Ludhianvi: Hussain Haidry reads 'Main To Kuch Bhi Nahin'
For his birth centennial, we're presenting Sahir Ludhianvi's words in the voice of contemporary lyricists. Here, Hussan Haidry discusses why 'Main To Kuch Bhi Nahin' is a rare exception in the poet-lyricist's oeuvre.
On Rajesh Khanna birth anniversary, a streaming guide to his must-watch films, from Anand to Bawarchi
Here's a list of the most iconic Rajesh Khanna movies that you can watch on the streaming platforms on the late superstar's 78th birth anniversary.
Indian films that sparked the critic in me: Was Hrishikesh Mukherjee’s Namak Haraam a closeted gay romance?
The seeds of thoughts Namak Haraam planted in my young head are the reason why it is on my list of films that set me thinking about cinema in ways that ultimately led me to my profession.
Rishi Kapoor passes away at 67: Revisiting Khullam Khulla, his autobiography offering a ringside view of Bollywood
In his autobiography Khullam Khulla: Unsencored, Rishi Kapoor forth in detail about his famous family (including his father Raj Kapoor and son Ranbir Kapoor), his equations with his contemporaries (as well as superstars Amitabh Bachchan and Rajesh Khanna), the highs and lows of his film career, the moviemaking business, and a couple of scandals
When human beings try to encroach on Kaziranga's elephant corridor, Rana Daggubati dedicates his life to protecting wild animals in Haathi Mere Saathi.
Rana Daggubati's triligual film Haathi Mere Saathi to release on 2 April; new posters from wildlife drama unveiled
Directed by Tamil filmmaker Prabhu Solomon, the trilingual film will release as Haathi Mere Saathi in Hindi, Kaadan in Tamil and Aranya in Telugu.