Raj Kapoor, the second generation of Bollywood's first family, died on June 2, 1988 after a long and illustrious career before and behind the arc-lights.
As we celebrate 100 glorious years of Indian cinema, here is a look at some of the firsts notched up by the factory of dreams.
As the Indian Cinema completes 100 years, we look at some of B-Town's most shocking and scandalous stories.
Can you imagine Sholay without Amitabh Bachchan or Anand without Rajesh Khanna? Could any actor but Sunil Dutt have done justice to the role of Birju in Mother India?
Epic love story Mughal-e-Azam (1960) was a cinematic landmark in many ways. It was grand on every scale, spent years in the making, and presented incredible challenges in terms of shooting and lighting.
A visit to the famed Mehboob Studio here made megastar Amitabh Bachchan go down the memory lane, and reminisce the "prolific" legendary filmmaker Mehboob Khan.
Actor Shah Rukh Khan, who was part of two remake films -- Devdas and Don -- said the proud moment for him would be when somebody would remake his original films.
As a child, Sajid Khan saw his father's journey from glory to gloom and admits that it taught him not to get carried away by success or guided by fear of failure.
The three icons of Bollywood will be seem in the same frame together for the first time to celebrate 100 years of Indian Cinema.
Saira Banu is extremely joyous after performing Umrah in Saudi Arabia with her husband and Bollywood thespian Dilip Kumar and says now she wishes they get an opportunity to go for Haj together.
Veteran actor Dilip Kumar, who turned 90 last month, will head to Saudi Arabia on Wednesday evening to perform Umrah with wife Saira Banu.