Saturday, December 27, 2008

Killing my boredom with colorization: Part 1

One day i was bored out of my mind so i decided to color some black and white pictures. I think i did a pretty good job on some of them, so why don't you judge for yourself.

Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Thursday, December 18, 2008

Rajesh Khanna's Creepy Love Scene

Ok so a while back I told guys about Rajesh Khanna's new movie and how sleazy it seemed with the young girl and hot scene, well now I have seen the pics of the so called hot scene. So naturally I would like to share them with you guys ( if I'm going to have sleepless nights and nightmares I want you guys to have the same!) Seriously im warning you guys if you some of you get scared and disturbed easily do no see the pictures! But first this is what other people have to say:

We were stunned into silence with Amitabh Bachchan's Nishabd.

But our reaction to Wafaa, Rajesh Khanna's answer to Bachchan's May-December romance, has been one of jaw-dropping shock.

The ageing actor, also a grandpa to a reigning superstar's Akshay Kumar's son Aarav, has gone dare-bare with a vengeance. He showers kisses, grabs and bites Pakistani actress Saara, as screenshots from a leaked video reveal. The film's lovemaking (?) scene is neither aesthetic nor appealing. The scenes of the '70s superstar pawing and clawing at a woman half his age are retch-worthy and downright sleazy. What has an actor who gave us memorable performances in films like Aradhana, Amar Prem and Kati Patang been reduced to? It's time to hang up your boots, Mr Khanna, before you embarrass yourself, your family and your few remaining fans any further.

For this pic is the girl wearing something to cover her breast or has it been censored?

Pictures and article courtesy: Masalababes

Tuesday, December 16, 2008

The Biggest Star In The World - and she's not in Beverly Hills

So after much demand here's the article, I will try to get a better quality of the image today if I can, but in the meanwhile enjoy the article!

Monday, December 15, 2008

The Biggest Star in the World....

Guess what I have gotten a hold of? I have gotten a hold of the article printed on Madhubala in Theatre Arts magazine, which w as published in their August issue of 1952. Through this article do you really grasp the kind of power and fan following that Madhubala had in her heyday! This article is truly a delight for people like me, who love any type of literature on the indian film industry! The only thing is that i got a photocopy of the article, and not a scan, so the picture didn't come out to good. The picture is just as good as the article if not better, it's complety unseen and I can say that with 100% certanity. I'll post the article as sson as I see some interest!

Thursday, December 11, 2008

Last Shooting of Divya Bharti (Updated Links)

I was on youtube and came across a video of Diya's last shooting from the movie Laadla, which after her death was left incomplete. I honestly believe that Divya did not die from an accident or sucide. She didn't die by accident because the last person to be with her when she died was Neeta Lulla (Devdas Designer) who said that Divya was sitting in the window of her apartment drunk, and she (Lulla) told her to get down and move away from the window. The next thing she sees his Divya falling out of the window. This cannot be the case because there is another video which shows the apartment complex that she fell from and clearly right under the window is a balcony. Divya should have fallen into the balcony if she had just tipped over, but no she fell over it, which can only mean that she was pushed. Then there is no way Divya could have committed suicide because she had everything going for her. She was number one and her career was only getting better so she had no problem on the professional front. Then there is also the theory of her husband Sajid Nadiadwala, killing her because she wasn't sleeping with people he wanted her to, but I don't think this is the case but I do think that some way or another he might have been involved in her death. Divya's parents have always accused Sajid of having some part in Divya's murder. Then there is always a theory that I have that maybe Lulla and Divya got into an argument and Lulla pushed Divya out, that could be the case also. But I think we will only find the true answer when we go to the golden gates are self!

Last Shooting Video:

The completed Song with Sridevi (I'm guessing this is song, from the way Divya was acting, it seems like it was this song and if so they totally reworked it):

Video of the building Divya fell from(You guys might tissues for this one, plus this will make you depressed):

Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Updates Made!

I just upload new stuff into the Movies category, every album has had new pics added to them. Hope everybody enjoys them! Here is the link o the albums:

Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Hema & Dharmendra's Interveiw from 1976

I bought the October issue of Cineblitz a few days ago, and in it was an old interview of Dharmendra and Hema Malini. It's about what could of happened if Dharmendra was single and what kind of relationship the two shared!

In this interview you can completely tell they are head over heels in love with each other, its just so much fun to read this with 20/20 hindsight vision!

Monday, November 10, 2008

On the Sets of Jaanwar

Here are a few behind the scenes pics from the 1965 film Janwaar which starred Rajshree and Shammi Kapoor

Courtesy: Papa Ajoba

Thursday, October 30, 2008

Rajesh Khanna's Intimate Scene in New Movie

Living legend Rajesh Khanna is all set to shock all with his new avatar, as the actor has indulged in bold, intimate bedroom scenes with young Pakistani actress Saara Khan in ‘Wafaa’. Directed by item queen Rakhi Sawant’s brother, Rakesh Sawant, the film will see Bollywood’s Kaka smooching the actress, who is reportedly half his age.

When asked if Khanna would be able to give a blush to the ‘serial kisser’ Emran Hashmi with his hot bedroom scenes in the flick, here’s what he said, "The intimate scenes are justified because we are shown as husband and wife. It is a mature love story with bizarre twists. It's a logical demand of the situations where sex plays a pivotal catalyst role and it's not for titillation. The Censor Board has cleared ‘Wafaa’ with an 'A' certificate. After having acted in over 170 movies, I don't need to do a film which has vulgarity as its theme."

In the much talked about film, Khanna will be seen playing a Thailand-based multi-millionaire who meets this scheming sex-starved airhostess desperate to marry him for his money.

Well, after Dharmendra’s intimate smooch with Mallika Sherawat in ‘Kis Kis Ki Kismat’, it’s ‘Kaka’ who’s all set to make a bold and sexy comeback with ‘Wafaa’.

This movie reminds me of his 80's movie 'Red Rose' with Poonam Dhillon. He had some close encounters with her and other actresses in this film. I really liked him in this movie he did a really good job of playing a deranged man.

First there was news about Khanna teasing young girls at a Mumbai hotspot. And now he’s trying hard to make a comeback by playing bold roles. Looks like the man’s missing his youthful days just too much. He simply can’t get over the fact that once upon a time women around the country used to swoon over him!

That’s not all. He’s also acting in the television drama ‘Raghukul Reet Sadaa Chali Aayee’ where Mona Ambegaonkar plays his wife. The TV director says that the script demanded that his wife should be someone much younger to him in the serial too!

Seems the man is trying to forget that he’s a father of grown up girls and a grandpa too now!

He also wants to work with superstar son-in-law Akshay Kumar and says that it would be a casting coup of the former superstar and the current superstar. He’s only waiting for a mind blowing script and Akki’s approval. This guy sure is hellbent on regaining some of his lost youth!

Interveiw Courtsy, Zee News and Bollywood News

I really hope by some divine miracle this movie does not get released I don't know what Rajesh Khanna is thinking but he should really stop with this movie! It's going to make people forget the Rajesh Khanna of yesterday,there ONLY GOING TO REMEMBER THIS CRAP! I would love to see Rajesh and Akshay work together that would amazing, so why doesn't he just wait for a good script instead doing stupid movies like this one. Plus I watched to moive Kis Kis Kismat and I did not see Dharmendra kissing Mallika Shrewat, I even searched it up on youtube and nothing came up! So did these two really kiss for reall or what.

Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Parveen Babi's TIME Cover Mystery

Ok, i have searced all over the internet twice and i cannot find the Parveen Babi Time cover. First and foremost the accurate date of the cover is all confusin, on some websites it says 1975 and others 1976 or 1977 . So to get the accurate date i went to the Time website and searched her up there, on the website two things come 1 an article of when she died (Milestone) and 2 an article about the Indian film industry in which she is mentioned. In both the milestone and article it does not say anywhere that she was on the cover. The 2 article that she was in (the one about the indian cineama) came out in 1977 and some white lady on the cover. So then after getting fustrated with that i tried to find the newer Aishwariya Rai cover on the time site and I didnt find that eithere, not even on goolgle. So the only explnation that i could find was that both the covers (Parveen's & Aish's) were only reaeased in India and not anywhere else. So if anybody would have any of the covers i would (and I know many others) would really like to see them, so hope somebody posts them soon.

The 1977 Aritcle had this as the cover:

Asia's Bouncing World of Movies article:
The Milestone Article:

Interview with Parveen Babi

Found this interview on youtube and found it very interesting, does anybody know when this was shot? In this interview she look's ok, its just really sad that she left the way she did, all alone. It's just one of the many reminders that all these actors that we look upto are all human just like us.

Wednesday, October 8, 2008

5 Rifles

Ok, I just got this book from the library called "A Pictorial History of Indian Cinema" and it was published in 1979, so it has a lot of rare pictures that I have never seen before ( I will upload some of the pic later) and well there is one chapter on censorship and in that chapter they have a uncensored pic from the movie 5 RIFLES (by I.S. Johar) in which is quite something. Cuz in Indian films they do show nudity but not like fully, its always covered up or something. But in this picture there's five girls and all of them don't have their tops on, their just standing their with guns. Needless to say this bit isn't in the movie (as I'm told). All the girls to me seem unknown so I thought it would some C grade film and so checked it on and on there it has Shashi Kapoor and Rajesh Khanna in it. Well if this kinda of stuff was cut out in the 70's then what kinda of stuff are they cutting out today! Scroll Down and you can see the pic!

Sunday, October 5, 2008

Songs from the 90's

Ok so yesterday I had said I wanted to post songs here too for people to download, well today Im going to ! I have given the link below with 5 songs in it ( not my best 5 though) so if people like the songs and are actually downloading them then I will continue posting more but if no one seems interested then its all good and Ill stop!

Saturday, October 4, 2008

Pyar Ki Yeh Baaten & Meri Zindagi Ke Malik

Would anybody have the song " Pyar Ki Yeh Baaten" (mp3) by Asha Bhonsle from the movie Baazi (1986) and " Meri Zindagi Ke Malik" from the unrealsed ( I think) movie Imaan Beimaan (1997) starring Chunkey Pandey? Just hear the song below it's really really good!

Plus does anybody know of a site were I could upload my songs so people could hear and download them, cuz that's the only thing missing from this blog! I have, well had a very massive collection of songs (computer got rebooted so I lost them) now I have a few and I would like to share them with other people! So if anybody knows of such a website please do let me know! Thanx in advance!

Here's the video for Pyar Ki Yeh Baaten:

Here's the video for Meri Zindagi Ke Malik ( for some reason I get goosebumps listening to this song!)

Thursday, October 2, 2008


I know this is a big time stretch but would and anybody have scan of the following interview its about a bollywood groupie who claims that she has liaison's with Raj Kapoor, Rajesh Khanna, Dilip Kumar and Feroze Khan. It would be such an awsome interveiw to read. So does anybody have the interveiw and would they be willing to share?

The thing is she isn't even that pretty
That's just downright creepy! See still not pretty even though it looks like a younger pic of her's
What was so special about Rajesh that she slept with him? (If what she is saying is true.)
The article is taken from this magazine

Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Revenge At A Wedding!

This has nothing to do with Bollywood, I just thought this was really really funny!

Here is a true story about a recent wedding that took place at Clemson University.

This was a huge wedding with about 300 guests. After the wedding, at the reception, the groom got up on stage at the microphone to talk to the crowd.

He said that he wanted to thank everyone for coming, many from long distances, to support them at their wedding.

He especially wanted to thank the bride's and groom's families for coming and to thank his new father-in-law for providing such a fabulous reception.

To thank everyone for coming and bringing gifts and everything, he said he wanted to give everyone a special gift from just him. So, taped to the bottom of everyone's chair was a manila envelope, including the wedding party.

He said that this was his gift to everyone, and told everyone to open the envelopes.

Inside each manila envelope was an 8x10 picture of his best man having sex with the bride. He had gotten suspicious of the two of them and hired a private detective to trail them weeks prior to the wedding.

After he stood there and watched the people's reactions for a couple of minutes, he turned to the best man and said "Screw you," he turned to the bride and said "Screw you," and then he turned to the dumbfounded crowd and said, "I'm out of here." He had the marriage annulled first thing that Monday morning.

While most of us would have broken off the engagement immediately after finding out about the affair, this guy goes through with it anyway as if nothing was wrong. His revenge?

Making the bride's parents pay over $32,000 for 300 guests at the wedding and reception, letting everyone know exactly what did happen, and, best of all, trashing the bride's and best man's reputations in front of all of their friends, their entire families, i.e. their parents, brothers, sisters, grandparents, nieces and nephews, etc.

This guy has balls the size of church bells. This is his world; we just live in it.

Saturday, September 27, 2008

Whatever happened to....... Sulakshana Pandit

This is one of the saddest interveiws ever! It's so bad that she has been so badly treated by life, such a famous actress of her time who lives like she has never earned or done anything in her life!

I hesitate to enter the open doorway before me. Surely no one could be living here. The walls are bare, the rooms bereft of furniture, clothes lie strewn all over the floor. A door on the right leads to the kitchen, in which I can see only a gas stove. A meal couldn't have been cooked here in months. As I move warily into the living room, my escort addresses a figure on the four-seater sofa that has obviously seen better days. "There's someone to meet you." The face that looks at me is familiar. But a far cry from the Sulakshana Pandit I knew, a woman who loved piling on the make- up, the clothes, the jewelery. The woman in front of me is dressed in a faded nightie teamed with a salwar, her neck weighed down by a massive brass figurine of Balaji hanging on a nada . The one thing that's intact about Sulakshana is her complexion. She may well have just stepped out of the beauty parlor after an expensive facial. Her glazed eyes try to focus on the unaccustomed sight of a visitor and when I introduce myself, she excuses herself to freshen up. I look around the living room. It is a large one by Mumbai standards--two flats have been combined to make up one comprising around 2000 square feet. Parts of the false ceiling have given way. There are no lights or fans. A wall unit stands, bare. A huge Ganpati calendar is stuck on the wall near a window that opens onto the sea. Returning, Sulakshana leads me to a smaller room. Here, too, pieces of cloth lie scattered on the floor. A wall cupboard has obviously been removed from the room, but a full length mirror still dominates a wall. She promptly heads for it to check her face. And then gestures me to sit down on the floor for a chat. (In her heyday spots boys probablt rushed to get her chairs and now she can't even provide her company any!)

"How I wish I'd won some prestigious awards so that film-makers and music directors would know that I'm still around," she sighs (She did get the Filmfare award in 1976 for best Femal Singer for "Tu Sagar Hai" from Sankalp)
. "Somehow, I stopped getting work quite some time ago. But people still tell me that I have a good voice and that I should return to playback singing. "Whenever I'm alone, I go to my shack on the beach and sing with my harmonium or tanpura. I know I can no longer return to lead roles in Hindi films but my voice is still good." In her days, Sulakshana acted in over 50 films with the top heroes and banners of the time. She sang most of her own songs and, apart from the solos, had the opportunity to sing with Lata Mangeshkar, Mohammed Rafi, Mukesh and Manna Dey.

She longs to sing again. "I'd feel highly obliged if my brothers (composers Jatin-Lalit), Anu Malik or A R Rahman gave me a chance," she says softly. "My brothers feel I'm not big enough a name today. I agree that they needed to work with
well- established singers like Kavita Krishnamoorthy and Alka Yagnik when they were just starting out and needed to find a foothold in showbiz. But once they'd done that, they could have given me some songs to sing. Lataji is still going strong at 70-plus. I'm only 40-plus. If they'd helped me out, I wouldn't be in the situation I'm in today. But I'm glad that the singers my brothers have worked with have brought them popularity." She then recalls the day Jatin had come over to show her his new car. "He asked me whether I'd like to keep it. Of course I couldn't. As it is, I hardly go out. He needs it more. I love Jatin, he's the son I never had," she smiles faintly. And says in an aside, "I wish they'd been given Devdas to score. They would have been ideal since we belong to Kolkata and they have the necessary classical background." A long pause. Then, tears welling up, she gasps, "I've been very upset ever since my mother passed away three years ago. A very spiritual lady, she was the one who provided me with strong moral support all through my life. There's been no one to look after me since. Zindagi veerana ho gayee hai. Wiping her eyes, she continues, "I know it's said that I'm pagal but that's not true. Music is constantly on my lips. And like so many other singers, I use my hands freely while singing. Is that pagalpan? Well, dil to pagal hai hi. Those who call me insane are just jealous of me. By the grace of God, I'm okay."

Sitting up suddenly, she says with a determined look, "It was from my mother that I learnt never to give up. Even after my father left us, she single-handedly brought up the seven of us-- three brothers and four sisters. I looked after my brothers and sisters, I did whatever my mother asked me to do for them, no questions asked. But I'm not God, I'm just a human being. I've learnt that helping your family is fine but that you have to think of yourself and your last days too." For now, she has her elder sister, Maya, and her 20-year-old nephew Varun living with her. She tells me pointedly, "But I haven't asked anyone for money. Roti-dal to kha hi leti hoon. I've done a lot for others. I'm confident that when I die, my brothers and sisters from the film industry will mourn me. The colleagues I worked with were always nice to me, they respected me. In fact, they're upset that I no longer have a car or even a telephone. But I'm above such material things." How does she manage to survive? By Sulakshana's account, Jatin and Lalit give her some money every month. Her sisters--Vijayeta and Sandhya--help, too. Vijayeta provides the rations and visits her while Sandhya pays her electricity bill, she says.

Tears flood her eyes yet again as she veers off into a memory and confides: "I
loved Sanjeev Kumar so much. He was so nice. He'd given me a set made with yellow sapphires. But he spoiled my life. One day, after his bypass operation, we had gone to a Hanuman mandir in Delhi. I told him that I loved him and asked him to put sindoor in my parting. I told him to marry me so that I could look after him. But he refused, saying that he could never forget his first love, Hema Malini. He used to cry for her. His death shattered me." She reflects, "Life is so short. Why fight? Each one of us has to go some day. What do you get by hurting others? Why get into yeh tera hai, yeh mera hai? Iske saath kaam karo, uske saath nahin. Why such politics? That's a dirty game. Keep away from it." Music is her only solace, she says. Whenever reality gets too much to bear, she sings herself a song from Hum Dono; she calls it the song of her life:

Mein zindagi ka saath nibhata chala gaya Har fikra ko dhuen mein udata chala gaya Barbadiyon ka sog manana fizul tha Barbadiyon ka jashna manata chala gaya Jo mil gaya ussiko muqaddar samajh liya Jo kho gaya main usko bhula ta chala gaya Gham aur khushi mein farqa na mehsus ho jahan Mein dil ko us maqaam pe laata chala gaya... Her song plays in my mind as I prepare to make my exit. She waits with me for the lift. "It was nice speaking to you," she smiles. "Dil halka hua."

- Meera Joshi

More on Sulaskshana from Wikipedia:
She was forced to put it up for sale, and it remained on the market for several months, until finally her former leading man Jeetendra came to her rescue by convincing his brother-in-law to purchase the flat. From the proceeds of the sale, she was able to pay off her debts and purchase three apartments.Her sister Vijeta Pandit and brother-in-law, music composer Aadesh Shrivastava took her in and are helping her get back on her feet. Aadesh has indicated that he was composing a devotional album for Sulakshana.Recent update: Unfortunately, Sulakshana has since been able to retain only one of the new flats, as an older brother and other sisters stole most of the proceeds from the sale of her flat.

I truly wonder what crime she committed in what lifetime that she is paying for them in this lifetime!