Friday, September 26, 2014

MARRIAGE OF LAXMIKANT & PYARELAL

Today I came across something quiet fascinating. Lobby Cards from a movie called "MARRIAGE OF LAXMIKANT & PYARELAL". I have never heard of this "movie" before, I'm guessing it was a documentary, but if anyone has any information about this film pleas do share it the comments below!




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Monday, June 10, 2013

Another sighting of Apradh LP!!!!

Was searching around for vinyl online and cam across this...there's no real info on where,when and how...dont know if even has the vinyl but we have found another cover! Making this cover number 3!



https://www.facebook.com/dustandgrooves/photos_stream#!/photo.php?fbid=518561421525435&set=pb.135718906476357.-2207520000.1370898840.&type=3&theater


Just found some more info. This guys name is Edo Bouman who runs a shop in Amsterdam called Vintage Voudou Records


http://www.vintagevoudou.com/contact/

Thursday, July 19, 2012

RIP Rajesh Khanna


Too sad for words. You are very missed.

Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Apradh Lp

Ok so, for the last little while I've been wondering about the Apradh LP. For the one's that do not know the 1972 film of Feroz Khan and Mumtaz...I have a few times seen the ep for Apradh on ebay and popsike but have NEVER seen the LP for Apradh. I don't know from which website I got it but somehow I have very hi res scans (below) of the LP Apradh. Which makes me believe that it exists. After searching for it I have found a few tid bits which are as follow: From MFT3F website a commenter had to say this about the LP:

Sunny: Some proclaim that the Apradh LP was never made, since after making the covers, Feroz Khan had a fallout with the recording company. Others claim the LP was made but, after a few copies, the fallout occurred. Reportedly, Vinod Sonthalia, one of the biggest, if not the biggest collector, of Indian LPs had a copy. Since that gentleman is no more with us (he passed on), we are back to square one. After showing him a picture of the cover at some shop he said: @Karen: That is the cover only. I know the owner, who clarified that he does not have the actual LP. According to him, not a single LP was made

On Orkut, in a discussion, people said:

LP of Apradh never got released.Its only the artwork cover that got released but the film's only vinyl release was in SP & EP. Apradh LP was released , but in Pakistan . U will find the LP as made in Karachi only . The Indian version never got pressed . Only the cover was printed . But it is very very Rare

I have never heard about the Pakistani pressing before, but if its out there I would love to see it! My question is, is there an LP (vinyl and cover) for Apradh or did only the cover come out?


Friday, April 13, 2012

New Interveiw of Divya Bharti's Parents!

Found this today...lots and lost of rare and unseen photographs! This interveiw has been recorded on Feb. 25/2012...Divya's mother says that she's 99% sure that her death was an accident!

After watching this interveiw I do feel that Divya's death might have been an accident. The murder and sucide theroies seem a little far fetched now...her parents loved her and have clearly moved on...if her death had any type of foul play in it, it would have been very obvious her parents still would have been disturbed. The reason people cannot believe/accept that her death was an accident is because it's just to easy...it really hurts to relize that she died just because she lost her balance...it doesnt seem fair and its just to tragic to fathom....I think the saddest part of this whole thing is that when Divya fell she had managed to hold onto something but alas Neeta Lulla (and maybe her husband) couldn't pull her up. This was mentrioned by Divya Bharti's father in the interview that was done right after her death.

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Thursday, April 12, 2012

Hrithik Roshan Was In A Punjabi Movie!!!




Okay, so I have known about this for a while but I was just too lazy to make a post...Everyone knows that Hrithik had started out has child artist in the 80's with such films as Aap Ke Deewane(1980), Asha (1980) and Bhagwan Dada (1986) but not many people know that he had also done a little number in a Punjabi film!. The movie was called Aasra Pyar Da (1983). In the movie Hrithik has a few second dance cameo! It's the cutest thing ever he's 9 years old. I recall Hrithik even talking about this in some interveiw...he had said that another kid was supposed to do the dance sequence but for some reason he didnt come or got cold feet so he steppted in! The movie starred Raj Babbar, Navin Nischoli, Kirron Kher and Preeti Sapru...it was directed by Hrithik's grandfather J. Om Parkash!



Here's a video clip below, he comes in at 5:16 to 5:30 then 6:23 to 6:28 and then the back of his head at 8:07-8:09. I know you can't really make him out but this is the only video I could find!!!



Saturday, August 13, 2011

R.I.P Shammi Kapoor






From Shammi Kapoor



Its a sad day...but he's in a better place now, with his wife Geeta Bali.