Bollywood actors are very much well-liked not only in India, but also they are sharing same amount of fame outside their boundaries too. They are treated like demy gods by their admiring fans.
Bollywood actors are no way less favorite than Hollywood actors. Because of the increasing fame of Hindi films, they are now extensively recognized in Western countries too.
Another significant thing that has made Indian actors much well-liked is that Indian films are male oriented. They play the most significant role.
Here we are writing something about the Evergreen Bollywood Star – Dev Anand
The juvenile actor in the Indian cinema will for all time be memorize for his style of delivering dialogue rapidly and fondness of shaking head while speaking. It became Dev’s trademark in Hindi cinema.
With a salary of Rs. 160, Dev Anand on track his career in the military censor office at Churchgate, Mumbai. His first film as an actor was Hum Ek Hain, which was offered by Prabhat Talkies. It did not bring anything any success for him.
He also made a very good friendship with legendary actor Guru Dutt. As making his debut as an adult, he has spanned more than five decades and acted in more in over 110 movies. During his career, he comes out different type of characteristics.
He made his debut as a producer and launched his own company, Navketan Films. His company produced a lot of hit films like Guide (1965), Jewel Thief (1967) and Johny Mera Naam (1970) and is still producing movies even today.
Because of his contribution towards Indian cinema, Indian government gave him Padma Bhushan award.
Besides acting and producing, he was vigorously involved into politics. He formed a party which was called the National Party of India, but later he broke up the party.
He married to Kalpana Kartik and they gave birth to a son, Suneil Anand. However, he was reported for being lovingly involved with singer actress Suraiya. Suraiya did not get married all her life because of her grandmother’s decline to accept their relation.
Dev Anand died in The Washington Mayfair Hotel room in London at the age of 88 on December 4, 2011 by Indian Standard Time of a cardiac arrest. His death came just months after the release of his last film, Chargesheet. His great work and his priceless contribution to the Indian Cinema will stay forever.