Here's another star, who's an old films buff -- Sonam Kapoor. Says Sonam, "There was so much meaning in subtlety back then.
For instance, in the song Chalte Chalte from Pakeezah, Meena Kumari enters her kotha and just looks at the men present there, that's it. She doesn't do anything else, her expressions say it all. This is what I mean when I say that we have lost that charm of acting with expression.
Now we need the support of dialogues and lighting to make a scene work." She adds, "I love Waheeda Rehman. If I had to relive a character on screen, it would definitely be Waheedaji's character Rosie from Guide." Are any directors listening?