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Kishore Foundation – a journey towards realizing the dreams of millions of KK fans

Tuesday, August 4th, 2009

Introduction

Zindagi ek safar hain suhana

* We followed him blindly along the route! (more…)

Tribute to Kishore Kumar and Launch of film Jalebi Culture

Tuesday, December 30th, 2008

Yesterday, in Essex farm the mood was set with Kishor night ‘Chalti ka naam Gaddi’ and accouncment of film ‘Jalebi Culture’ The evening was set on fire with the performance of Abhay Goyle on paino. (more…)

Leena brings Kishore to life on screen

Saturday, August 23rd, 2008

5 Aug 2008, 0730 hrs IST, SHARIN WADER,TNN

Twenty-one years after he passed away, Bollywood is unprepared to let singing great and maverick actor Kishore Kumar rest in peace. (more…)

‘Kishore Kumar would’ve been a hit even today’

Monday, August 4th, 2008

Mumbai, Aug 4 (IANS) Versatile singer Kishore Kumar would have celebrated his 79th birthday Monday, had he been alive. And the film fraternity believes the singer-actor would have been a hit with audiences even today. Most Bollywood personalities agree that Kishore Kumar was ahead of his time. (more…)

The King Is Not Dead

Friday, August 1st, 2008

Sandipan Deb
As a new TV programme dedicates itself to the songs of Kishore Kumar, SANDIPAN DEB asks: Who was this man who made generations of Indians so happy? (more…)

Songs of the scions

Thursday, July 3rd, 2008

Amit and Sumit, sons of Kishore Kumar, talk to Chitra Swaminathan about their father’s musical legacy

by R. SHIVAJI RAO for THE HINDU

The maverick Kishore Kumar’s singer-sons Amit and Sumit Kumar and wife Leena Chandavarkar (remember the bubbly girl in “Humjoli”?) were in the city recently for the music show “Ek Hi Awaaz” and were bombarded with ek hi question — about the musical escapades of the golden-voiced Kishore Kumar. When it comes to music, most prefer to live in the past. (more…)

“Kishore never sang for anybody except for me” – Dev Anand

Wednesday, October 31st, 2007

He is called the ‘Evergreen’ superstar of Indian Cinema. Dev Anand started his film career in the 40’s and today, even after six decades, he’s still active and busy working on his films. (more…)

Excerpts from an article on Hrishida’s classic – Musafir

Tuesday, September 19th, 2006

We pay our humble respects to the Hrishida a great director – here is an excerpt from an article written by Sukanya Verma (on rediff.com)

It may have the makings of a classic. A cult subject. An ensemble cast. Superior technical quality and inspired direction. Yet, sometimes, a film fails to receive the recognition it deserves for inexplicable reasons.
Hrishikesh Mukherjee’s Musafir is one such film.

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