Veteran actress Hema Malini, who has been married to Dharmendra for over three decades, says he is still "childlike."
Fifteen years away from the arc-lights have not dimmed Sridevi's talent or her star quality and now, at 50, she is a bona fide star once again, a feat last achieved by a 58-year-old Amitabh Bachchan whose career was resurrected by Mohabbatein in 2000.
Dharmendra, who has been in the industry for more than five decades and has worked in over 250 films, says these days people are giving more importance to the promotion of a film.
Hema Malini has one big regret - not getting to act in any film directed by Satyajit Ray, known for making masterpieces like film Pather Panchali, Charulata and the Apu trilogy.
From intense roles in Khilona, Koshish and Aandhi to comic roles in Angoor and Seeta aur Geeta, Sanjeev Kumar, time and again, proved that with the range and variety he had, he was one of a kind. The National Award winner never shied away from doing 'old age' roles, be it the 'Thakur' of Sholay or 'R K Gupta' of Trishool. Watch Ketan Desai, Rauf Ahmed and other filmmakers and critics giving him a befitting tribute.
Be it Sholay's Basanti, or her dual outing in <>Seeta Aur Geeta, Hema Malini has portrayed many iconic characters on screen, yet she was and always will be the Dream Girl. The timeless beauty spills the beans on the genesis of the name, her on and off-screen romance with husband Dharmendra and much more in an exclusive interview.