Veteran actor Shashi Kapoor honoured with Dadasaheb Phalke Award at Prithvi Theatre in Mumbai on Sunday. Due to ill health, Shashi Kapoor could not travel to Delhi to collect the prestigious award and therefore Finance Minister Arun Jaitley presented him with the prestigious award in Mumbai.
KISHORE & LATA MANGESHKAR - TERE CHEHRE SE - KABHI KABHIE 1976
SONG:TERE CHEHRE SE MUSIC:KHAIYYAM LYRICS:SAHIR SINGER:KISHORE KUMAR & LATA MANGESHKAR FILM:KABHI KABHIE Kabhi Kabhie (English: Sometimes...) is a 1976 Bollywood film, produced and directed by Yash Chopra, starring Waheeda Rehman, Shashi Kapoor, Amitabh Bachchan, Rakhee Gulzar, Neetu Singh and Rishi Kapoor. This was Yash Chopra's second directorial film with Amitabh Bachchan and Shashi Kapoor in the lead roles after Deewar and was particularly noted for its soundtrack compositions by Khaiyyam, who won Filmfare Award for Best Music, while film lyricist Sahir Ludhianvi won the Best Lyricist Award for "Kabhi Kbhie Mere Dil Mein", the song which also got singer Mukesh, the Best Male Playback Singer award . The movie was a commercial success, and became the 8th highest grosser of the year at the Indian Box Office. Neetu Singh (born 8 July 1958) is an Indian and Bollywood Actress of the 70s. She worked as a child actor under the name Baby Sonia, she played as 'Roopa' (child actress) in 1966 movie Dus Lakh, she also played dual roles in the hit film Do Kaliyan (1968). Neetu Singh made her debut as a heroine in 1972 with Rikshawala which was a flop. She took a small role in Yaadon Ki Baarat (1973), which became a hit, and her sizzling dance number to the song Lekar hum brought her so much attention that she was immediately offered lead roles again. In most films, Neetu was cast as the fun-loving daughter or the 'optimistic' or 'lively' girlfriend. She acted with the top stars of ...
Amitabh Bachchan and Shashi Kapoor share a great personal and professional bond. The duo together delivered many blockbusters in the past and now when veteran actor Shashi Kapoor has been conferred with prestigious the Dadasaheb Phalke Award next month, Big B’s special recoded message for the 77-
As the world gears up to pay tribute to 100 years of Indian cinema, we cannot deny the contribution of this single family in the rise of Bollywood. The kapoors have remained the uncrowned kings of the silver screen of India and four generations have contributed towards the development of the indu