Dev-Anand

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Jaali Note (1960)  - Dev Anand, Madhubala

If someone grabbed MY camera off of me like that (even if it was Dev Anand) then I wouldn’t be happy either. Pahaha. - 

Loving the vintage camera (and sunglasses!) in this shot! - pooja-mahi-rai

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Kala Paani (1958) - Acha Ji Main Haari ♪

Love this song. And Dev Anand is just too frickin handsome! No wonder they used to make him avoid wearing black - makes you go weak at the knees! ;-)

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Hindi Cinema between 1949 and 2014 (a university project)

The video is done!
Thanks so much for your amazing support through answers and private messages. I literally spent about 10 or 12 hours on this so I really, really hope that you like it just as much as I do!

Btw this was literally the first time I did something like this, so I hope you’re not disappointed with my very poor editing skills. I tried my best, but I absolutely can’t say whether it is good or bad or whatever. :)

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Another Madhubala post - Her technique of acting was sensational - her skill was overlooked because of her beauty, but watch her closely, and see how timeless her acting, and her look was.

Most are from Kala Paani, two from Mahal, three from Chalti Ka Naam Gaadi :-)

R.I.P. Dev Anand (1923 - 2011)

Here’s an excerpt from my blog:

What more can I say about a man who is beyond adjectives and description? He was the first lover boy of Indian cinema, serenading beauties in bright Black n White. And when Eastmancolor entered the cinema frames, so did his ultra colourful hats, jackets and scarvess. From the Shwet Shyam era of Madhubala, Waheeda Rehman, Nutan to the bright hues of Vyjanthimala, Tanuja, Hema Malini and Zeenat Aman, Dev saab’s onscreen chemistry with all his leading ladies has been what cinematic legends are made of.

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