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Posted: 25 July 2012 at 8:54pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by Nkapoor3

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The Pot calling the kettle black!  I could've sworn you were talking about yourself there for a second. LOL  It's not like you're being a passive participant here. You are equally as aggressive and refusing to accept defeat. 
. Will not change my opinion, end of story 

Not asking you to. 
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^ That deserves a separate thread. I suggest you create one.

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Posted: 27 July 2012 at 8:46am | IP Logged
This post is from a Pakistani blog :

From Burewala in Pakistan, where he was born, to Bollywood where he lived, died and became immortal -Rajesh Khanna's death has come as a painful jolt to his millions of fans across the globe. The iconic actor had been marginalised by the Indian film elite and maligned by the media, but such is the impact of the greatest Superstar of all time, that one week on from his death his name generates far more search results on Google than Amitabh Bachchan, Shahrukh Khan or Aamir Khan. Every Indian newspaper, news channel and website is covering every aspect of his life and articles are being written on anything connected to him from whether his famous mansion Aashirwad was haunted to which particular brand of pan Kaka preferred. Last week his funeral saw the whole of Mumbai come to a standstill. Thousands of fans lined the streets, and braved ceaseless rain to say goodbye to the most loved actor the world has ever known. As fans jostled with Police to catch one last glimpse of Rajesh Khanna's body, the hysteria that followed him wherever he went in the 1970s was once more in evidence. Indeed his co-star Shabana Azmi aptly remarked that the 69 year old actor (who was semi-retired and in a self imposed exile from the spotlight) remained a Superstar to the end, as evidenced by the swarms of fans that gathered outside his house when news of his death first spread across Mumbai.

Kaka in death, had won a final victory. Against all those forces that conspired against him for decades, desperate to scandalise and trivialise him. The Superstar had never cared for those forces, and was content knowing that his fans would always remain his, as he aptly remarked in the Havells TV ad that was to be his first and last. The media wanted to portray him as an ex-superstar forgotten by the masses, and desperately seeking the love and attention that was once showered on him. He was described as arrogant and manipulative, unbalanced and unable to accept that his time had passed. Yet when Kaka visited Chandigarh or Amritsar, Nagpur or Nainital in the 2000s he saw the same crowds desperate to shake hands with him, get an autograph or even see a glimpse of the eternal Superstar. The 'reel' India rejected Rajesh Khanna, but the real India loved and adored him, from the first time he crinkled those famous eyes whilst singing 'Meri Sapno ki rani…' to the last time they saw him, gesturing victory to the crowds who had assembled outside his house when news of his ill health first spread.

Today, as his millions of admirers try to adjust to the sad reality that he is no longer with us, the sense of loss and pain almost defies description and understanding. Why will a man, who had retired as a leading actor in 1988, be so widely missed and so deeply mourned in 2012? Why is a star who had aged and changed, and was barely seen on television once a year leave so many tears -and we know he hated them -in the eyes of fans from 16 to 60 across the entire globe? The answer is almost impossible to give. Was it the magnetic charm, incredible charisma, stunning smile that made Rajesh Khanna immortal? Did he become a Superstar thanks to the incredible music of his every movie, and his ability to bring the songs alive through his soulful performances? Was it that his characters like Anand, have left such a deep impact on our hearts and minds that nothing can erase them? Or perhaps his unique ability to convey emotion through his expressions and convincingly perform every type his character? Perhaps the best answer came from his fellow Superstar – and fan – Amitabh Bachchan when he said "His generation and the generations that follow, shall never be able to describe, or understand his phenomena ..!!

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Posted: 27 July 2012 at 8:51am | IP Logged

This post was written by Amrit, Birmingham, UK

http://www.topix.com/forum/who/rajesh-khanna/TNSPFVI152JN5D8B2

With a new formula for success and large multistar casts, Prakash Mehra, Manmohan Desai and Yash Chopra took Amitabh Bachchan to the dizzying heights of superstardom. Rajesh Khanna was dropped by the producers at the first chance, and all those praying for kaka's downfall were now happy to piggy bank on Amitabh Bachchan, multistar movies and masala entertainment. Kaka struggled as never before to regain a foothold until 1979, when Amardeep hit the jackpot. It was now that Rajesh Khanna began his fightback. Thodisi Bewafai, Dard, Dhanwan were declared major hits and kaka's superb performances won him awards and Filmfare nominations. The hits continued, and by 1986 he had delivered as many as 17 successes. Most of these movies were small budget and by obscure Southern producers, yet despite being sidelined by the Bollywood elite, Kaka's fan base ensured big openings for his every movie. This was the reason that he remained in demand until his retirement in 1991, starring in four or five movies each year. In 1983 he almost dethroned Amitabh, with three mega-hits in quick succession -Avtar, Souten and Agar Tum Na Hote. His critical successes included Aaj Ka MLA in 1984, which won him the All India Critics Award and Amrit in 1986 which got him the BFJA award.

Kaka's successes in the 1980s were achieved despite a hostile press, an indifferent film industry and envious co-stars. One can only imagine what he could have achieved if he hadn't faced these obstacles.. It goes without saying that the press at the time constantly belittled his successes and overplayed his failures. However the Superstar was back, and the magic had not waned. In 1991, he joined politics and very nearly beat the iconic BJP leader Lal Krishna Advani. Second time around, he comfortably defeated Shatrugun Sinha and became a member of the Indian parliament. Five years later, he left politics. In 1999, he gave a stellar performance as a father in Rishi Kapoor's Aa Ab Laut Chalen. In the 2000s he was not able to revive his film career, but continued to pull the crowds wherever he went. To give a few examples of this, Rajesh Khanna visited the Golden Temple on 8th September 2007. The Tribune News Service reported "There was a stampede-like situation as a large number of fans and passers-by mobbed Khanna when he arrived at the Golden Temple around 2 pm. Some of them had been camping there since 11 am". In 2006, Kaka was greeted by a crowd of up to 25,000 each time he shot a scene calling out his name and reciting lines from his movies when he shot in Nainital after a gap of three decades. His amazed co-star Zeenat Aman said 'It's incredible, it's like he had never been away". Despite these little reported facts, the media continued to portray Kaka as a 'has been' and a forgotten ex-superstar.

On July 18th 2012, Kaka won his final and decisive victory over all the slanders and lies told about him. The King of hearts, still reigned supreme. Rest in peace Kaka.
Kaka Mara nahin Kaka mara nahin kartey…

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Posted: 30 July 2012 at 8:47am | IP Logged
i m asking why all blame is given to dimpla and anju,dint ul read the articles where in he tried to ruin their careers,there are millions of articles on yahoo,google featuring about his negative traits,when he got lots of fame ,success went to his head ,he lost it ,dimple and anju were his suporters in the end,real family is the one who shares pain which they did sincerely ,taking care of person diagnosed with cancer isnt a joke .He left tina because of his kids ,he and dimple never aplied for divorse ,it is said 100 times in the zee news .Such bigs news that dimple dint give him divorse cannot be kept secret.

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Posted: 30 July 2012 at 8:49am | IP Logged
rajjev khandelwal has similar looks of young rajesh,if anytime they make a film on R.K. life then they should take rajeev,

Omg their name also matches.

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