One of the most beautiful actresses of Hindia cinema Saira Banu turned 71 on Sunday (August 23). She made her Bollywood debut at the age of 17 with the 1961 film ‘Junglee’ opposite Shammi Kapoor. Her maiden venture as lead actress received earned a Filmfare Best Actress nomination. Af
Yeh Mera Deewanapan Hai - Yahudi (1958)
Yahudi (1958) is a movie by Bimal Roy starring Dilip Kumar, Meena Kumari, Sohrab Modi, Nigar Sultana, Nazir Hussain, Kamala Laxman, Helen and others.. An historic theme of Romans and Jews rivalry in Rome in the Era of the Roman Empire over 2000 years ago. It's the story of Hannah (Meena Kumari), a beautiful Jewish (Yahudi) woman and Marcus (Dilip Kumar), a Roman prince, who pretends to be Jewish in order to spend time with her... The music is by Shankar-Jaikishan and the lyrics are by Shailendra, who won the Filmfare award for the 'best lyricist' in 1959 for this song. It's sung by the singer par excellence of sad songs: Mukesh! Lyrics: Dil se tujhko bedili hai Mujhko hai dil ka guroor Tu yeh maane ke na maane Log maanenge zaroor [ Yeh mera deewanapan hai Ya mohabbat ka suroor ] x2 Tu na pehchaane to hai yeh Teri nazron ka khusoor Yeh mera deewanapan hai [ Dil ko teri hi tamanna Dil ko hai tujhse hi pyar ] x2 Chaahe tu aaye na aaye Hum karenge intezaar Yeh mera deewanapan hai Ya mohabbat ka suroor Tu na pehchaane to hai yeh Teri nazron ka kusoor Yeh mera deewanapan hai [ Aise veerane mein ek din Ghut ke mar jayenge hum ] x2 Jitna ji chaahe pukaro Phir nahin aayenge hum Yeh mera deewanapan hai Ya mohabbat ka suroor Tu na pehchaane to hai yeh Teri nazron ka khusoor [ Yeh mera deewanapan hai ] x2 Enjoy it!
Bollywood has churned out numerous films remade from some other regional languages. A major source for such remakes is South-Indian films like Malayalam, Kannada, Tamil and Telugu. The recently released Ajay Devgn and Tabu starrer ‘Drishyam’ is also remake of a hit namesake Malayalm film that sta
The highest civilian award Bharat Ratna will be conferred to thespian actor Dilip Kumar, Modi government is contemplating the idea. "It's a routine procedure. Information on leading personalities from different walks of life is gathered while conferring Padma awards and Bharat Ratna," an