Manila key Jasoos (2002) The tension between India and Pakistan has not only preoccupied politicians and generals but showbiz has tapped into it as well. Several films across the border were launched
Please listen to the two songs below. You will notice that the tunes are pretty similar. The Indian song is from the film Shama Parwana (1954). It was sung by Suraiya (the charming singer-actress) and
Nasreen trying to seduce Asad Bokhari in Zinda Laash (1967) – second horror film of Pakistan and the first one to be released with “Adults Only” tag.
Ashok Kumar was one of the first stars of Indian cinema. Born in Bhagalpur, Bihar, Kumar’s given name was Kumudlal Kunjilal Ganguly. The son of a lawyer and deputy magistrate, Kumar briefly studied
Bollywood Dancer Cuckoo in Aan (1952) – perhaps her only dance sequence picturized in color
During her heydays, Aaliyah was the cutest damsel of the tinsel town, whose good natured chatterbox personality was considered the friendliest around. Those were the golden days, when the actresses ha