Guru Dutt on Filmfare (June 28, 1963

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10 Responses to “Guru Dutt on Filmfare (June 28, 1963”

  1. Wonderful cover..

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  2. omrocky786 Says:

    superb, maza aa gaya !! all the three movies on the cover behind Guru Dutt are brilliant!!

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    • those old Filmfare covers were the best. Nothing else comes close.

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      • omrocky786 Says:

        I used to read Filmfare, Movie, Cine Blitz, Stardust and g… in late eighties
        IMO the most stylish was Movie, the most classy was g, the most trashy was Stardust, Cineblitz was boring and Filmfare was kind of snobbish !!!!!

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        • Mayapuri – always available at barber shops ?

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          • omrocky786 Says:

            I could never read Mayapuri for some reason. I used to read Sarita which had the Chanchal Chaya column which was really strict in terms of ratings.

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        • I used to read all the ones you’ve listed and Screen.

          I thought Screen was the best since it a lot of boxoffice info, new movies posters, release dates, etc…

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          • omrocky786 Says:

            Screen was like a newspaper and difficult to read, specially during summer with the ceiling as well as the Table fan blowing at full speed…..
            Plus was difficult to hide it in the course book…LOL!!

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          • I used to love how “dense” it was, or I should say the dense, closely-packed lines alternating with full-page ads and posters. I still remember the one for Salim Khan’s return to screen-writing (I think it was for a Jackie film called Izzat)…

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          • “Screen was like a newspaper and difficult to read”

            Agree. but it had a lot of good info in it.

            There was something else i used to get, it was magazine like but it was all about boxoffice numbers.

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