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Ah… the men

milk-honey-tea:

Mughal-e-Azam (1960)

eros-dikaios:

Chhoti Si Mulaqat (1968)

thekapoors:

Raj Kapoor e Vyjayantimala  em Sangam (1964).

milk-honey-tea:

Suraj (1966)

eros-dikaios:

Vyjayanthimala again in what I think is a traditional South Indian Kanjeevaram saree. From Filmfare, 1961.

milk-honey-tea:

Pakeezah (1972)

eros-dikaios:

I still had some old drafts, I realized.

itsbollywood:

Shree 420 (1955)

eros-dikaios:

Everybody knows those Life images of Madhubala from the 1950s, they have been distributed to death. But not many people realise that the same photographer (James Burke) also took a series of images in the early ’60s of then reigning movie queen Asha Parekh behind the sets.

Personally, I love these pictures much more than the Madhubala ones. Not just for their lack of cheesecake, but also because Asha is showing oodles of personality in these pictures. She is one of my favourites for a reason. 

Here is Asha practising Kathak. 

Awkward moment when you find out you married your ex’s best friend

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