Saira Banu has been sharing anecdotes about her film ‘Junglee’ alongside Shammi Kapoor. The actress in yet another post recalls the time when the team shot the surfing scene for the song ‘Kashmir Ki Kali’.
Junglee was released six decades ago, yet people still remember it as one of the most iconic films. Today, on the anniversary of the film's release, Saira Banu took to Instagram to share her experience of working on it
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)
On Thursday, actress and former Miss Universe Sushmita Sen shared that she suffered a heart attack a couple of days back. The actress said that she underwent angioplasty and is on the road to recovery. However, this is not the first time an Indian celebrity has suffered a stroke and survived it. Previously, celebs like Saif Ali Khan and Saira Banu have also survived it. (All Photos/ Twitter)
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.
Sairaj Bahutule, a well accomplished former Mumbai all-rounder, talks about bowling to Sachin Tendulkar and Vinod Kambli during their world record 664-run partnership which also became the turning point of his career in 1988, how he got back to cricket after a bad road accident and his cricket-playing journey which resulted in an India Test cap during that epic 2001 test series against Australia.
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