Rakesh Bedi

  • Chashme Buddoor: Your guide to the popular brands of the 80s April 6, 2013

    New Delhi: "Khushboodaar, jhaagwala Chamko. Istemal kijiye baar baar lagatar Chamko". Who can forget the popular Chamko scene from the 1981 cult film 'Chashme Buddoor' where a simple salesgirl Neha (Deepti Naval) steps into a bacherlor's pad and gives Siddharth (Farooque Sheikh) a demonstration of the new detergent powder. Such...
  • Sai Paranjpye's 'Chashme Buddoor': Tweet Review April 5, 2013

    New Delhi: Director Sai Paranjpye's hugely acclaimed film, 'Chashme Buddoor' is set to hit the screen yet again after a span of three decades. The film about friendship and innocent love has achieved the cult status over the years. And, the original pair Deepti Naval and Farooque Sheikh is back...
  • 'Chashme Baddoor': Lead pair fly to Dubai for promotions April 5, 2013

    To promote the film, as well as for its world premiere, the lead characters of the Hindi flick 'Chashme Baddoor', Taapsee and Siddharth will be flying to Dubai. The film, directed by David Dhawan, is a reinterpretation of the 'Chashme Buddoor' (Hindi), released in 1981. This movie is Taapsee's debut...
  • How the new 'Chashme Baddoor' killed the classic 'Chamko' scene April 5, 2013

    New Delhi: Her hair neatly plaited at the back, an eager, young Deepti Naval enters the bachelor pad of Farooq Sheikh to sell a packet of detergent powder. She has a daily quota of 20 house visits to register at the company that sells the 'Chamko' detergent powder and Sheikh's...
  • Chashme Buddoor: Cherish the old world romance April 4, 2013

    New Delhi: Director Sai Paranjpye's hugely acclaimed film of 1981, 'Chashme Buddoor' is also rereleasing alongwith David Dhawan's 'Chashme Baddoor'. Though the film is going to see a limited release under the PVR banner but it has created a good buzz among the film enthusiast. The film has been digitally...
  • Watch: How the original 'Chashme Buddoor' was restored April 3, 2013

    New Delhi: The digitally restored version of director Sai Paranjpye's 1981 film 'Chashme Buddoor' is all set to be released on April 5, 2013. The film stars Farooq Shaikh, Deepti Naval, Rakesh Bedi and Ravi Baswani in the lead roles. The technical team working on the print of the film has...
  • Old classics should be restored: Farooque Sheikh April 1, 2013

    Mumbai: Restoring classics is like "restoring heritage", says seasoned actor Farooque Shiekh, who rues that many good films perished but is happy over steps being taken to save other masterpieces like his 'Chashme Buddoor'. One of the best classic comedies of all time, Sai Paranjpyedirected 1981 film 'Chashme Buddoor' has finally...
  • Old 'Chashme Buddoor' never died down: Deepti Naval March 30, 2013

    Mumbai: Veteran actress Deepti Naval, who is all set to release the digitally restored version of the original 'Chashme Buddoor', has never felt that the film faded away from the viewers' mind. "I feel that the old 'Chashme Buddoor' never died down. People have gone on watching it as it's repeatedly...
  • Missed Govinda at 'Chashme Baddoor' shoot: David Dhawan March 17, 2013

    Mumbai: David Dhawan, who churned out a string of hits with Govinda, says his bonding with the actor was the best and he missed him while shooting for 'Chashme Baddoor' remake. Dhawan-Govinda duo rose in the film firmament with blockbusters 'Shola Aur Shabnam', 'Aankhen', 'Coolie No 1', 'Hero No 1', among...
  • Old and new 'Chashme Buddoor' to clash on April 5 March 8, 2013

    New Delhi: More than three decades after it was first released, Sai Paranjpe's cult classic 'Chashme Buddoor' will woo Indian audiences again on April 5, 2013, the same day its modern-day remake opens in cinemas. Veteran actor Farooque Sheikh had acted in the original in 1981. Actors Ali Zafar,...
  • No link with old 'Chashme Buddoor': Siddharth July 27, 2012

    Mumbai: Multilingual actor Siddharth, who plays one of the leading men in David Dhawan's remake of 1981 classic Chashme Buddoor, says the movie cannot be compared with the original. "I'd never dare to compare David's and Sai Paranjpye's Chashme Buddoor. I didn't think of Sai's film even once. There's no...
  • 'Delhi Belly' opened the viewers: Rakesh Bedi May 21, 2012

    Mumbai: 'Delhi Belly' shook up the collective consciousness of the audiences, says Rakesh Bedi, who is active in films, TV and theatre. He added that although comedy is his favourite genre, he would love to experiment. "The perspective of people has widened today. Things that people used to mind earlier, they...