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 2016/IDowntown
Rajdeep Oberoi
 2015Dilwale
Randheer Bakshi
 2015Chooriyan 
 2014Koyelaanchal
Saryu Bhan Singh
 2013Ramaiya Vastavaiya
Station Master
 2012Players
Victor Briganza
 2011Tell Me O Kkhuda
Abhay Rana Pratap Singh
 2009Fast Forward
Palaash
 2009Wanted
Shrikant Shekhawat
 2009Red Alert: The War Within
Krishnaraj
 2009/I99
JC
 2007Mere Apne (TV Series) 
 2005Pehchaan: The Face of Truth
Advocate Deepak Khanna
 2002Leela
Nashaad
 2002Kranti
Awadesh Pratap Singh
 2001Deewaanapan
Ranvir Choudhury
 1997Dhaal: The Battle of Law Against Law
Inspector Varun Saxena
 1997Himalay Putra
ACP Suraj Khanna
 1997Maharana Pratap (TV Series) 
 1996Muqadama
Captain Ajit Singh
 1995Hulchul
ACP Siddhant
 1995Janam Kundli
Randhir 'Junior' Mehra
 1992

Indian films and posters from 1930: film (humshakal)(1992)

Humshakal
Insp. Vinod / Sunil Kumar / Dadu Kaliya
 1990 
Muqaddar Ka Badshaah
Naresh
 1990Jurm
Inspector Shekhar Varma
 1990Lekin...
Samir Yogi
 1990Maha-Sangram
Vishal
 1989Ustad 
 1989Suryaa: An Awakening
Suraj Singh
 1987Insaaf
Avinash Kapoor
 1982
Ravi / Kunwar Dilip Singh
 1980Gharam Koon 
 1977

(hatyara)(1977) - Indian films and posters from 1930 - blogger

Hatyara
Vijay D. Singh / Inspector Ajay Singh
 1974The Cheat
Shanker / Ranjit
 1974

Indian films and posters from 1930: film (Kunwaara Baap)(1974)


Kunwara Baap
Police Inspector Ramesh (Guest Appearance)
 1974Imtihan
Pramod Sharma
 1973Gaddaar
Inspector Raj Kumar 'Raja'
 1973Kuchhe Dhaage
Thakur Lakhan Singh
 1972Sub Ka Saathi
Amar
 1971Dost Aur Dushman
Special Appearance
 1969

Indian films and posters from 1930: film (Man Ka Meet)(1968)

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Vinod Khanna's interesting lesser known facts | The Times of India

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Oct 6, 2014 - One of the most good looking actors of his time, Vinod Khanna starred in many blockbusters of his time. The actor turns an year old today.


Nainon Mein Darpan Hai - Vinod Khanna, Saira Bano, Aarop Song (Duet)

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Kishore Kumar, Lata Mangeshkar song from movie Aarop (1974) a love

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  • The late actor in a still from the song Koi Hota Jisko Apna from ‘Mere Apne’ (1971)
    Vinod Khanna’s star persona combined sexy shirtless masculinity for the female gaze with an intense rendition of male friendship.

    A male film star, people might assume, is a man whom women like. By that account, all our heroes ought to be sexy. But of course it isn’t so simple. One, because plenty of Hindi film heroes are men whom other men like. In Anurag Kashyap’s Gangs of Wasseypur II, Tigmanshu Dhulia, playing the mining mafia don Ramadhir Singh, offers a pithy rendition of this gendered history of film heroes: “First men liked Dilip Kumar, and women liked Dev Anand. Then men liked Amitabh Bachchan, and women liked Rajesh Khanna. In more recent years, it’s been men liking Salman and women liking Shah Rukh.” And two, because Indian women for many years weren’t quite allowed to confess to liking sexy men. It was more socially legitimate to like the sweet, enthusiastic good boys, or the dramatically tragic ones.

    The late Vinod Khanna seems to have managed the rare feat of being both: a man’s man, as well as the sexy creature that women couldn’t stop looking at. Watching Qurbani after Khanna’s death this week, I was struck by how clear Feroze Khan seems to have been about the sexiness quotient of both the film and his friend Vinod. The highest grossing film of 1980, Qurbani is filled with the hotness of Zeenat Aman, and the camera caresses her curves in exactly the way you’d expect, in song after song as nightclub dancer Sheela. It was only two years after Satyam Shivam Sundaram and Khan ensured that he got Aman into a drenched sari: in Qurbani the excuse is an innocent little girl spraying her with a garden hose. In the legendary Hum tumhe chahte hain aise song, the already betrothed Aman looks sadly and sexily away as Khanna’s Amar turns upon her the full blaze of his yearning look.

    But director Feroze Khan makes sure that in his film, Khanna is not only the owner of the lustful gaze, but also its object. Qurbanihas at least two sequences that have passing women characters giving Khanna’s fit bod the once-over: one is a Parsi lady who casts appreciative glances in his direction even as her husband picks a faux-fight with him (Bawa masculinity is comically derided); the other is a youthful nurse who gives Khanna the most loving spongebath ever (when he’s recovering from grave injuries in the hospital).

    Qurbanialso homes in on the other crucial aspect of the Vinod Khanna persona: the loyal friend. In Qurbani, having been twice the recipient of Feroze Khan’s life-saving skills, it is Khanna who performs the film’s titular sacrifice – giving up the girl as well as his life. In Muqaddar Ka Sikandar(1978), where he played second lead and loyal friend to Amitabh Bachchan, it was Khanna’s character who got to save Bachchan’s life early on, in exchange – this might be the necessary way the trope worked – receiving both the love of the heroine (Rakhee) and the longer life.

    Friendship and loyalty also had a crucial role in Khanna’s persona in at least two of the star’s important earlier films, both directed by Gulzar – Mere Apne(1971) and Achanak(1973). In those though, it was the reverse side of it –betrayal – that made the character what he was. In Mere Apne, Shyam’s neighbourhood friendship with Chhenu (Shatrughan Sinha) turns sour and their enmity becomes a defining feature of his life. In Achanak, based on a KA Abbas story somewhat inspired by the Nanavati case, Khanna plays a loving husband and army man who murders his best friend in cold blood when he discovers that his wife has been having an affair with him. In both these films, the women are disloyal – one is weak and leaves his side out of family pressure, while the other’s actions are minimally explained as those of an incorrigible flirt.

    To cynical postmodern eyes, films like Muqaddar ka Sikandar or Qurbani may seem to brim over with an emotional excess most of us think we’re too cool for. Think of Farooq Qaiser’s lyrics to the film’s titular song about friendship as sacrifice, sung by the two heroes, Khan and Khanna – in real life, one a Muslim and one a Hindu, both playing Hindus on screen and yet shown dancing on Eid in the house of a character called Khan Baba:

    “Yaar khadein hain seena taan,
    Aandhi aaye ya toofan
    Yaar khadein hain seena taan,
    Yaari meri kahatee hai
    Yaar pe kar de sab qurbaan
    Ho qurbani qurbani qurbani
    Allah ko pyari hai qurbani”
    And later, in extending its ode to friendship to
    the bond between religions:

    “Do haathon ki dekho shaan
    Ye allah hai yeh bhagwaan.”

    And yet, clearly we imbibed something from those filmi definitions of friendship, something that continues ineffably to shape our understanding of reality. No wonder that the death of Khanna on April 27 was remarked upon, over and over again, as having taken place on the same date as that of his friend Feroze Khan, eight years ago. In life – which is to say in death – Khanna seemed to prove, yet again, that he was the extraordinary friend.


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    men are from MARS  and women are from VENUS
    NOW FROM THIS ARTICLE ABOUT INDIAN FILM STARS I DISCOVERED SOME MALE STARS ARE FOR MARSIANS AND OTHER MALE STARS FOR VENUSIANS
    A NEW INTERESTING KNOWLEDGE FOR ME INDEED 

    FRENCH:-vive la difference-ENGLISH:-[LONG LIVE THHE DIFFERENCE]

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    vive la difference
    ˌviːv lɑː ˌdɪfəˈrɒns/
    exclamation
    humorous
    exclamation: vive la difference
    1. an expression of approval of difference, especially that between the sexes.
    Origin
    from French vive la différence, literally ‘long live the difference’.
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    vive la différence - Wiktionary

    https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/vive_la_différence
    See also: vive la difference ... Borrowing from French, literally “long live the difference”, from vive (“long live”) + la (“the”) + différence (“difference, diversity”).
    English · ‎Alternative forms · ‎Etymology · ‎French

    vive la difference - Oxford Dictionaries

    https://en.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/vive_la_difference
    From French vive la différence, literally 'long live the difference'.
    YES LONG LIVE THE DIFFERENCE OR THE HUMAN RACE WILL COME TO AN END MY DEAR