Friday, May 03, 2002

Screen bits: Pointers for this week's issue of Screen

Govind Nihalani talks about his latest (English) film Deham, based on Manjula Padmanabhan's Harvest.

Goher Iqbal Punn remembers Hindi film legend and versatile genius Kishore Kumar. born on August 4, 1929, to a middle class family in Khandwa...recorded his last song for music director Bappi Lahri on October 12, 1987, a day before his death (October 13, 1987) {Incidentally, Kishore Kumar also sang Bappi Lahiri's first song as a composer for Hindi films}

Roshmila Bhattacharya traces the making of the classic Kismet, which held the record for the longest running Hindi feature film for 32 years

Ever wonder where the forthcoming Bachchan film Hum Kisise Kum Nahin {not to be confused with Nasir Hussain's 1977 box office blockbuster) got its inspiration from? Well, Analyze This! They're working on a sequel now called (predictably) Analyze That...{screen}

Movie for the evening: Shalimar {screen articles} {newsgroups}

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