I usually shy away from writing about films that I like a LOT because I find myself gushing about everything I liked in them! This is one such film. I like everything about it - the story, the acting, the costumes, the sets, the actors, everything! But it’s Rekhatober, and I was determined to write about at least one film that was a worthy showcase of her talents. This film not only showcases her skilful performance, it’s a very satisfying film on the entertainment and aesthetic counts as well. (I warned you... I WILL gush!)
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Thursday, October 28, 2010
Utsav (1984) – festive entertainment!
Saturday, October 23, 2010
Taaqat (1982) – artsy masala?
What happens when a masala film starts appearing to be reasonable and logical - and not in a masala sense, either? Does it mean it’s time to get a thorough mental check-up? Or does it mean that the film really is as logical and reasonable as a film can be, without breaking any major masala laws (except for having Rakhee play a dacoit in a film that stars Vinod Khanna!)? Here, let me convince you that my sanity is not really under threat!
Posted by Bollyviewer at October 23, 2010 16 comments:
Labels: 1982, Bharat Bhushan, Bharat Kapoor, Nadira, Parveen Babi, Pran, Rajendra Nath, Rakhee, Vinod Khanna, Vintage Bollywood
Saturday, October 9, 2010
Sense and Sensuality: advice from THE Diva (part I)
Readers we have such a treat for you during Rekhatober! The reclusive star has graciously agreed to do a question and answer column during this month-long blog-wide celebration of her awesomeness. You may not know, but Rekha-ji has been instrumental in guiding several of her younger colleagues and has often given great advice to her co-stars. Here are some examples (check out Beth Loves Bollywood for part II):
Posted by Bollyviewer at October 09, 2010 18 comments:
Labels: Random stuff, Rekha, Rekha month, youtube videos
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