The Indian film industry is witnessing a significant shift, as veteran actors make a comeback both on screen and in the public sphere. Leveraging social media platforms to engage with the modern audience has become essential. Recently, acclaimed actresses Zeenat Aman and Saira Banu joined Instagram, much to the delight of their fans.
These retro greats are resonating even with audiences who might not have watched them on the big screen and staying relevant by sharing anecdotes and photographs about their cinematic and personal life. Amassing massive fan followings, these Bollywood actors have become no less than trendy and youthful Instagram influencers, but better because of their clear-eyed, wise gaze of a veteran. Take a look below and spot some of your favourites! (All Photos/Instagram)
Madhubala was a Hindi film actress and one of the most influential of them all. Even years after her demise, the eternal beauty remains an inspiration to many. Today on her 90th birth anniversary, we give you a glimpse of her journey. (All Photos/ Twitter)
Today is the 100th birth anniversary of Dilip Kumar, the man who inspired Bollywood and continues to do so. After having born of December 11, 1922 in a humble family, he went onto achieve dizzying heights in Bollywood. There have been many actors and filmmakers in Bollywood who have confessed that they chose Bollywood as a career, only after being inspired by the all-time great actor Dilip Kumar.
Here are 5 UNKNOWN facts about the legendary actor Dilip Kumar.
Film Heritage Foundation has organized a two-day film festival to celebrate cine legend Dilip Kumar’s 100th birth anniversary. Dec 10-11 has been earmarked as the dates for ‘Dilip Kumar Hero of Heroes’ film festival. At the function, Saira Banu recounts her memories with Dilip Kumar. Waheeda Rehman, Asha Parekh and others also attended the opening of the Film Festival in PVR Juhu, Mumbai.
In honor of late actor Dilip Kumar's 100th birthday, Film Heritage Foundation founded by filmmaker and archivist Shivendra Singh Dungarpur, has organised a film festival to celebrate late cinema legend Dilip Kumar's 100th birth anniversary. The festival, titled ‘Dilip Kumar Hero Of Heroes’, will be held on December 10 and 11. With a career spanning five decades, Mohammed Yusuf Khan, popularly known as Dilip Kumar, ruled the silver screen
#2021 was as tough as #2020 when it comes to loss and void. The year saw many unfortunate and untimely demises that left the fraternity and fans shocked and numbed. From the legendary #DilipKumar to the hugely popular and celebrated #SidharthShukla, these celebrities will never be forgotten.
Late actor Dilip Kumar would have turned 99 on December 11. The actor passed away on July 7 due to a prolonged illness. On his birth anniversary, in an event, wife Saira Bano got emotional and shares her memories with the late actor.
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