Thursday, 31 March 2011

Interview with the Deol Brothers

Wow, I can't believe this month is over without me even blogging or contributing to the fabulous Deol Dhamakka which was all over the blogosphere this month, in a lazy attempt to contribute something, I thought I'd post these lovely interviews by each of the Deol brothers, they talk about everything from fame, their dad, shynesss and other filmi stuff

Sunny Deol Interview

Bobby Deol Interview

For more on the fabulous (yes i know i use that word too much, but i simply love it) Deol Dhamakka posts click here

Scans courtesy of Filmfare Magazine

Wednesday, 2 March 2011

Sadhana: The Evergreen Bollywood Diva

Sadhana in Arzoo (1965)
A big thank you to everyone for their kind messages and wishes on my previous post marking this blog's second anniversary, it means a LOT (Bahut bahut shukriya). Before i get started on Deol Dhamakka which is going on around some of the Bolly blogosphere at the moment, I thought I'd post this lovely magazine article on Sadhana, who is one of my favourite bollywood diva's from the 60's

The interview gives quite an accurate account of what her life is at the moment with some juicy quotes of course, here are some of the things i learnt about Sadhana from this interview,

She is a bit of a Diva

Sadhana notes that there three major actresses back then , there was
a. Saira Banu (The Beautiful one)
b. Asha Parekh (The Dancer)
c. Me (Sadhana) - The actress
Ahh i love you Sadhana i would have done the same

 Sadhana image below courtesy of bollywood501
Sadhana and her famous Hepburn inspried fringe cut in Ek Musafir Ek Haseena  (1962)
Her famous fringe cut was inspired by Audrey Hepburn whom her husband loved a lot

Sadhana in Arzoo (1965) wearing tight churidar kurta with Mojari
She was a trend setter who set trends like the tight churidar Kurta with Mojari's

Ok I'm in a rush so i'll just leave you to read the interview for yourselves

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Article Courtesy of November 2010 Cineblitz Magazine