I grew up watching Feroz Khan movies and indeed, they used to be about a decade ahead of the time and style. His movies like Quarbani and Jaanbaaz though released in 80's, still suit the style of 2000. Also, one can never get bored with the music of his movies. Wish Feroz Khan continued success with acting and movie making.
I was asked to meet a beaming young man with a towering personality at the The Oberoi, New Delhi by Nawabzada Syed Zulfiquar Ali Khan memeber Lok Sabha. When I along wikth my three children met the gentleman, he was Mr. Feroze Khan the famous Film Star. I found him a down to earth genmtleman and an affectionate friend. I have always enjoyed his filks, his personal roles thoroughly. He is a perfectionist and loves keep his audience guessing for surprises.
Feroz talks about Sai Baba in his interview. This is what I like about our India. I am from Ahmedabad , now a Canadian. Ahmedabad a hotbed of communal riots. Yet along with my Muslim brothers and sisters , our very loyal friends( more than friends) were and have been Hindus. And I know from growing up in the City , that the fabric of our nation is such that when it comes to Sai Baba or a Pir or Ajmer or even the Infant Jesus in Mysore , the religion forgets the divide. Let us hope that this spirit brings us together. Our cultural diversity and the interbeliefs is something that makes me proud to be an Indian. I am writing this on the auspicious occasion of Eid and my prayer is that we all live in peace and harmony. Bollywood is the best example. I urge Bollywood to spread the message. Let the stars make public announcements. They can make a big difference. Where politics divide , Bollywood can bring people together.
Feroz Khan films always mean style and pure entertainment. Jaanbaaz is my favorite one ...what style, what shots, what grandeur and what glamor there was in that film. Hope Janasheen recaptures all of that. All the Best!