Imran Khan, who cried after watching the climax of his uncle Aamir Khan's debut film Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak (QSQT) at a special screening to mark 25 years of the hit movie, says it should not be remade.
Actor Arshad Warsi, who shares screen space with Aamir Khan in Peekay, says the Indian film industry needs more people like the actor-filmmaker, who made his Bollywood debut 25 years back on this date.
Actor Imran Khan was in tears to see his uncle Aamir Khan die in the final scenes of Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak.
A special screening of Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak to mark its silver jubilee saw the presence of its lead actor Aamir Khan with his family members, and the movie's crew.
Actor Aamir Khan says because of his 'one film at a time approach' industry people often told him that his career will be finished soon.
Juhi Chawla still relishes the time spent on the sets and says none of them knew "how the film would turn out".
Waving aside plans of remaking the iconic Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak (QSQT), the film's leading lady Juhi Chawla said she and Aamir "will do it again" if a remake is done.
Excited at the prospect of a reunion with fellow cast and crew members of the iconic Bollywood film Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak (QSQT), that completes 25 years this April, the film's leading lady Juhi Chawla said the blockbuster was "magic which just happened".
Aamir Khan's breakthrough film Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak celebrated 25 years on April 23 and the actor is planning to sneak some time from his bust Dhoom 3 and Peekay schedule for a reunion with his QSQT cast and crew.
Qayamat Se Qayamat, a desi Romeo and Juliet tale of love and revenge starred Aamir Khan - son of Tahir Hussain - and was directed by Mansoor Khan - son of Nasir Hussain. The film also starred Juhi Chawla, starting out as an actress after winning the Miss India pageant.
Actor-director Markand Deshpande, who has been in the industry for more than two decades, feels that Hindi cinema has lost its charm and has only become a money minting machine.