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I actually preferred the Black and white Dilip Kumar Devdas to whatever little i saw of Hakla's
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I actually preferred the Black and white Dilip Kumar Devdas to whatever little i saw of Hakla's
All the women who watched hakla's Devdas were dazzled by the saris and jewelry .. men were dazzled by Aish and Madhuri.
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Re: Are regurgitated old films worth watching?

If u guys visit the site spuul.com they have many old movies to watch for free in good qualities. ( Use the search button on top, and set the price tab as free )

I hate the qualities on YT and daily motion, for lots of movies.

Watching now " super nani " on einthusan.com, seems a good one and especially the print is very sharp.

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All the women who watched hakla's Devdas were dazzled by the saris and jewelry .. men were dazzled by Aish and Madhuri.
Again, may be ulti Khopdi me, but i never liked Aish in movies . i did like seeing her in early 90s ads and in gladrags. I saw bits of Devdas when it was showing on TV and felt the Madhuri was the saving grace of that. particularly one dance number choreographed by Birju Maharaj.

And in some program both Hakla and Mrs B were referring to Madhuri as a 'senior actress'. She is actually a couple of years younger than Hakla.
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