She's done it all and there will be more for her to come. Many of the younger generation heroines desperately try to imitate her but all in vain. It takes a lot to be Jaya Bachchan.
He was the King of the comedy. Stirring laughter was his profession.
Sharmila has now matured as a person as well as an actress. The one thing that remains unchanged is the fact that she is still as stylish as ever.
The intensity of her acting with all the versatile roles that came her way, she seems to be the most adored actress of yesteryears.
Each song he composed, directed or sang fathoms one's personal triumphs and tragedies. Lots of other singers have come and gone but nobody touches the soul so deeply than Sachin 'Da', as he was affectionately called.
The one singer in the Hindi film industry who has been imitated the most is Mohammed Rafi. He was such a whole-hearted person, who would agree to sing for producers who could'nt afford him in return to nothing.
She could convey much more with just a look or fleeting glance than most could even with expansive dialogue. In fact Lata has singled her out as the heroine whose expressions came closest to suggest she was genuinely singing herself!
Her mesmerising voice and singing style inspired maestros in the music field. Her evergreen voice made her a legend, who commands a special place in the Indian film industry.
Suraiya was not a classic beauty; nor did she trained in classical music. She still became a superstar singer-actress in the late 1940s and early 1950s.
For millions of listeners worldwide Kishore Kumar's voice is sheer magic and his presence on screen, a laugh riot.
His was a voice that could on one hand be deeply melancholic and on the other hand exude a profoundly innocent and mellifluous sweetness.
With his Greacian features, impressive physique, and booming voice he was without a doubt the most handsome Indian actor of Pre-Independence India.
One of those sensitive people whose work is laced with the lyrical but psychologically adept examination of human sensibilities.
The first music director who added a pinch of Rock n' Roll to lilting Hindi tunes and created a brand of music so distinctly his own.
He was one of those few actor-stars to whom the role meant more than anything in the world.