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August 12, 2003

The unforgettable Nutan-Dev Anand chemistry
They call each other names, they fight, they want the same house. A trip down memory lane in Tere Ghar Ke Saamne.

July 8, 2003

An ode to relationships
'Arth' depicts Mahesh Bhatt's ability to strike a near perfect consonance between his male and female characters' mental terrain

June 23, 2003

Guru Dutt's masterpiece
Pyaasa works at two levels -- it is an entertainer with an absorbing story as well as a cauterising comment on the commodification of people in the quest for success, money and power.

June 05, 2003

Aar Paar: A noir comedy
The joie de vivre of Guru Dutt's early films is infectious, says Dinesh Raheja.

May 28, 2003

Seeta Aur Geeta: A rollicking enertainer
Ramesh Sippy's hilarious tale about identical twin sisters was a huge crowd-pleaser.

May 19, 2003

A thriller called Ittefaq
The combative spirit between a seasoned performer like Nanda and the keen-to-prove himself novice, Rajesh Khanna, gives Ittefaq its edge.

May 9, 2003

Safar: A memorable journey
Safar is refreshingly non-melodramatic fare.

April 28, 2003

Golmaal: Of men and moustaches
Dinesh Raheja revists the Hrishikesh Mukherjee laugh-fest, Golmaal.

April 19, 2003

Bambai Ka Babu: way ahead of its times
Wearing the fabric of a thriller, the film derives maximum shock value from the near-incestuous romance.

April 12, 2003

Khushboo: Gulzar's unforgettable magic
There is something very appealing and affirmative about the female protagonist in Gulzar's Khushboo.
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December 8, 2003

Shashi Kapoor: My tribute to Dad
Shashi Kapoor is eager to get Prithviraj Kapoor's drama scripts printed

September 25, 2003

Dev's women!
Heroines who have worked Dev Anand wish the actor-filmmaker on his 80th birthday.

September 24, 2003

GVR Naidu on Dev Anand
GVR Naidu, PA to Dev Anand for 50 years, goes back in time to pay tribute to the actor-filmmaker

August 29, 2003

'Anant, gone! Just like that!'
Perizaad Zorabian pays a tribute to her friend and director Anant Balani

August 23, 2003

Babita: The dainty businesswoman
Dinesh Raheja profiles the woman behind India's two most popular actresses, Karisma and Kareena.

July 30, 2003

Hindi cinema's first comic star
His scratchy voice and goofy demeanour will linger on in the minds of cinegoers

July 24, 2003

Leena Chandavarkar: The innocent shrew
Dinesh Raheja profiles the moon-faced, girlish actress of the 1970s

June 14, 2003

AB's lucky charm
Filmmaker Manmohan Desai's films had a surfeit of identifiable emotions incorporated into fantasies.

June 2, 2003

Pradeep Kumar: Ever the royal
Dinesh Raheja profiles the man who was synonymous with kingly roles.

May 24, 2003

And the L-P magic lives on
Colleagues remember the contribution of the popular music composer duo on Laxmikant's fifth death anniversary.

May 24, 2003

Joy De Vivre
Joy Mukherjee is synonymous with the enjoyable, escapist fare of sixties, says Dinesh Raheja.

May 17, 2003

Rekha: The divine diva
Rekha's love affair with a normally fickle-hearted audience has lasted over three decades.

May 10, 2003

The monarch of madness
Mehmood is the recommended antidote to a depressing day.

May 3, 2003

A bohemian rhapsody
Parveen Babi exuded a desire to be unshackled by convention, both on and off screen.

April 22, 2003

Bharat Bhushan, the tragic hero
Bharat Bhushan may have never been a swashbuckling hero, but he was perfect as the sensitive, suffering poet-musician.

April 16, 2003

Raj Kapoor: Bollywood's original showman
Raj Kapoor was Destiny's blue-eyed boy.

April 3, 2003

Neetu Singh: Charming, ebullient, unforgettable
Neetu Singh was a talented actress who retired before her time.

April 3, 2003

Simi Garewal: the icon of style
Though her accented Hindi sometimes raised sniggers among the audience, many noted directors rushed to utilise her keenly thought out acting ability.
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