Re: The three Emperors in Bollywood
by Ravi Iyer on Dec 10, 2012 09:18 PM
Absolutely not, during Dilip's times, Devsaab and RK were equally popular with the audience. In fact many preferred the latter two as their movies would be less heavy as compared to the tragedy king.
Re: Re: Re: The three Emperors in Bollywood
by Ravi Iyer on Dec 10, 2012 09:30 PM
No I mentioned that Devsab and RK were eqully popular. That means Dilip was not more popular. He was one of the popular actors of his time.
Re: Monkey to man
by Sumit Ganguly on Dec 11, 2012 12:08 PM
aaaa (What's that?) If you are supported by Dawood would you aquire the status of Dilip Kumar and have run of 60 years with quality as well as popular movies? A Dadasaheb Phalke and a small percentage of respect he commands?You can be a Don with the support of Don but certainly not a popular actor. Give it a try !
by md farruq on Dec 10, 2012 04:56 PM
It's because ppl like you Mr.Kumar who don't understand abcd of cinema, especially taking in perspective of those times, maybe you should speak to your father for some advice
He's a legendary thespain in every sense, despite being born in 80's I can say he's one of the terrific actor(s) who made our country proud by his acting skills back from 50's to early 70's & a few selected movies in 80's.
Today's generation of actors need to learn a lot from the ways Mr. Dilip Kumar behaved with colleagues, friends & his co-stars.
Dilip Kumar is the best actor ever in the commercial house cinema of India. I once watched his movie Naya daur. His performance in that movie was very simple, natural but real class. I will never forget that movie ever. You cant compare SRK or Amir Khan to his talent.