New Delhi: Item songs have become an essential ingredient of Hindi films. The filmmakers are actually creating space for item numbers in their stories, and most of the time it works.
Sometimes, the basic premise of the film doesn't allow an item songs. Party songs pave way for a modified version of item songs in such situations.
The trend of party song is not new in Bollywood. Since 'Teesri Manzil' and 'Aaj kal tere mere pyar ke charche', the audiences have witnessed some really amazing party songs.
The year 2012 is not an exception. Bollywood has produced some spectacular party songs this year too....more
01:03 PM, Aug 30, 2012
It was a rather nostalgic Saturday for the team of yesteryear's super-hit film Teesri Manzil
as the movie was screened at a city multiplex... ...
02:36 PM, Sep 06, 2010
Bollywood superstar Aamir Khan, who played the lead in the Hindi remake of Tamil hit Ghajini
, says it's difficult to retain the emotion of an original film in its remake. "It's difficult to remake because the original things are made with such emotion that it becomes difficult to recreate the same emotion. When you come to compare it, a remake can never meet the level of its original version....
08:22 AM, Sep 06, 2010
Bollywood superstar Aamir Khan is so fond of films of the 1950s-60s that he wishes he was an actor in that era, which he describes as the golden period of Indian cinema. "To me the 1950s-60s were the golden period of Indian cinema. During that time the creative talents be it director, actor, lyric writers, composers, writers and in every department used to be excellent," Aamir told reporters at...
08:09 AM, Sep 05, 2010
Veteran actor Shammi Kapoor, who had enthralled audiences with his super-energetic performance in Teesri Manzil
(1966), remembers his first wife, actress Geeta Bali, whom he lost while he was shooting for the film. "There are many beautiful moments I spent during the making of Teesri Manzil
. There are some sad moments of my life that occurred during the making of film as well. I lost my wife in that...
07:13 AM, Sep 05, 2010