Kishore Kumar on Filmfare (Sep 28, 1956)

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  1. Why India will never see another Kishore Kumar
    His wry sense of humour can be gauged from a brilliant piece that he wrote for Filmfare’s January 1957 issue where his “devastating wit” dissed that nebulous thing called “mood”, which was responsible for all ills of the business of acting.

    Questioning the concept of mood, Kumar decried actors for having pretensions and said that the best way to make them work would be to waive a Rs 5,000 cheque from behind the camera, which, he insisted, would make artists work up every possible mood in the world

    http://www.dailyo.in/arts/kishore-kumar-kl-saigal-chalti-ka-naam-gaadi-emergency-ashok-kumar-satyajit-ray/story/1/5448.html

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