Today is the 39th death anniversary of M B Shetty.
Muddu Babu Shetty, aka Shetty, was a stuntman and action choreographer cum actor in 1970s Hindi cinema. He ruled as an action director, doing over 700 films, including cult films like Don, The Great Gambler, Trishul, and Deewar.
In this photo, Moushumi Chatterjee combing his hair.
Steven Spielberg called him the greatest villain in the world. And few would dispute this statement. With big Gothic eyes, a baritone voice, and a good physique, Amrish Puri had evil written all over his face.
Remembering Amrish Puri on his 16th death anniversary.
In this photo, he is with his family.
What are your favorite Amrish Puri roles?
Remembering the great Om Puri on his 4th death anniversary (06/01).
He was one of the most versatile, talented, and amazing actors, Indian cinema has ever produced.
In this photo, he is with Shabana Azmi in Sudhir Mishra’s Dharavi What are your favorite Om Puri roles?
Remembering #RDBurman on his 27th death anniversary.
A creative genius and a celebrated music composer he changed the sound of music in Indian cinema, leaving behind a rich legacy for generations to come.
What are your favorite R D Burman songs?
Remembering one of Hindi cinema’s most popular and versatile character actors, Om Prakash, on his birth anniversary. His trademark drawl was a feature. “Arre Bhagawan” he would blurt and make his presence felt strongly on the screen.
What are your favorite roles of his?