The 74th edition of the British Academy Film Awards, often shortened to BAFTA or Bafta, takes place virtually at the Royal Albert Hall in London. The awards, the British equivalent of the Oscars, recognize the best in national and international cinema.
The awards ceremony will take place over two nights on April 10 and 11. Eight of the 25 winners were announced on April 10. The winners of the other categories will be announced on Monday April 11.
Sound Of Metal, Tenet, Ma Rainey Black Bottom are some of the awards season favorites that took home the Bafta Trophies on opening night.
Here are the winners according to their categories:
Special visual effects
An image from Christopher Nolan’s Tenet. (Photo: Warner Bros)
Gary Oldman and Amanda Seyfried in Mank. (Photo: Netflix)
Chadwick Boseman in Ma Rainey’s black background. (Photo: Netflix)
Ma Rainey’s black background
Make-up and hairstyle
Ma Rainey’s black background
British short animation
The owl and the cat
British short film
Meanwhile, Indian actor Adarsh Gourav, who was nominated for Best Actor for his performance in Netflix’s The White Tiger, recently opened about the same and told PTI in an interview: “ It really depends on the director you’re working with and in Ramin’s case he didn’t want us to see the reading so everything that happened was surprising and upsetting to me. The BAFTA nomination is truly overwhelming. I feel like I’m reading a chapter from a book.
The White Tiger is Adarsh Gourav’s first leading role in a feature film. It also stars Priyanka Chopra Jonas and Rajkummar Rao in key roles.
Designer Manish Malhotra has been in the industry for many years now, having dressed the best of Bollywood in movies, fashion shows and on red carpets. In one of his recent interviews, however, the 54-year-old opened up about his journey and talked about the inspiration behind some of his iconic and most famous Bollywood screen looks, especially in films like Kuch Kuch Hota Hai (1998), Dil To Pagal Hai (1997) and Rangeela (1995).
“The film Rangeela was my turning point, ”said the designer Popsugar, during an interaction. “It was 1995. Director Ram Gopal Verma was clear with his memoir, and actress Urmila Matondkar was also ready to prove herself. [in Bollywood]. There was a powerful creative energy, and we created something completely new by including crop tops, overalls, t-shirts and jeans in the mix. It was a whole new, fresh palette that captured the attention of all millennia and ended up going viral. I won my first Filmfare award as “Costume Designer” for the film. “
An image from the 1995 film Rangeela (File Photo Express)
From there, Malhotra moved on to designing more groundbreaking outfits in other films, which became a fad around this time. He presented athleisure on the big screen in Dil To Pagal Hai and Kuch Kuch Hota Hai. “Every time I hear that athleisure is a new trend, I roll my eyes in surprise. From sweatpants to crop tops, jerseys and bralets, we’ve done it all and the response has been deeply encouraging, ”he said.
Kuch Kiuch Hota Hai 1998 movie poster
Some of her best iconic looks
The designer shared with Popsugar about how he created Kajol’s wedding outfit in the movie Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, stating that “Kajol and Karan were visiting him” to “discuss the costumes”. “So, I’ve been shopping before and brought this amazing peach-colored fabric.”
“At the time, peach was my favorite color and the material I chose was tone-on-tone embossed fabric. I sketched something before they arrived. I knew that Kajol had already worn a golden lehenga in DDLJ, so I wanted to do something different – maybe a saree with a drape over the head. Kajol and Karan both liked the color, and I was so excited I immediately started draping it. It was the first time that peach was used onscreen as a wedding color, and I remember it really became the ‘it’ color for all weddings after the movie was released, ”he said. he declares.
The peach lehenga that Manish Malhotra designed for Kajol in Kuch Kuch Hota Hai. (Express archive photo)
Kareena Kapoor’s outfit in Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham (2001) was also ahead of its time. Malhotra said it is still in fashion today. “It’s a contemporary outfit and always will be. We paired it with a little teeka and some loose hair to complete the look in our own way. Her outfit was born out of tradition but aged in modernity. At that time, the NRI culture really amazed me. Millennials were really torn between their environment and their family values, completely different from the world they lived in. I wanted to show this paradox.
“Her look was modern / western, but the essence was Indian, and the result was that it resonated so well with girls across the country and around the world.”
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A first look at Qala has been released by Netflix. A director of Anvitaa Dutt, the film stars Tripti Dimri and Swastika Mukherjee, and marks the acting debut of Irrfan Khan’s son, Babil.
The film is described as “a beautiful heartbreaking story about a girl who longs for the love of her mother”.
The teaser shows the film’s cast and crew in a vast snow-covered valley. We are shown the director, actors and crew filming with traditional cameras as well as drones.
The plot of the film is being kept under wraps for now, but the cast and the creative team are already turning us on. Adding to that, the gorgeous location already makes us yearn for the movie.
Earlier today, Babil took his Instagram handle and shared that he completed the first program from his first film. He later shared another article with the first teaser. In his caption, he praised his co-star Tripti Dimri.
He wrote: “Creepy tripti Dimri is back !!!!!! Whooooooo !!! (and a bit of me ❤️) Also, I’m a little skeptical of the phrase “ go for it ” as the audience should be getting up from their seats watching our movie and not an individual actor. “From the makers of Bulbbul, Clean Slate Filmz and Anvita Dutt, we bring you #Qala, a Netflix Original film. Qala will be here soon to share her story of her fight for a place in her mother’s heart.
Dutt, who also directed the acclaimed horror thriller Bulbbul for the streamer, said, “Mother-daughter relationships are sacred and often complicated. Qala is a beautiful heartbreaking story about a girl who longs for the love of her mother. I’m delighted to have such amazing actors on board and can’t wait for the world to experience the film with Tripti, Babil and Swastika. It’s always a pleasure to partner with Clean Slate Filmz and Netflix as they believe in bringing thought-provoking stories like Bulbbul and now Qala to life. “
Qala is described as “a beautiful heartbreaking story about a girl who longs for the love of her mother”. (Photo: Netflix)
Clean Slate Filmz, the production house founded by Anushka Sharma and her brother Karnesh Ssharma, is funding the project.
Tripti Dimri in Qala. (Photo: Netflix)
Karnesh said in a statement, “At Clean Slate, our goal is to always produce content that stands out. Netflix, as a partner, shares the same vision that allows us to tell unique, heartwarming and heartwarming stories. Following the success of Bulbbul, we are pleased to announce our second film association with Netflix for Qala. “
Srishti Behl Arya, Director – International Original Film, Netflix India, added, “With Bulbbul, we have found imaginative creative partners in Clean Slate Filmz to bring Anvitaa Dutt’s amazing vision to life. We are excited to reunite them for Qala and once again tell the complex story of a woman who we hope will resonate with many. We’re also delighted that the very talented Tripti Dimri is back on Netflix, this time with the up-and-coming Babil I. Khan, the latest addition to the growing Netflix family.
Bollywood stars celebrated Sibling Day on Saturday by acknowledging their connection to their siblings. From Priyanka Chopra to Rakul Preet Singh, several actors have shared memories with their siblings on their respective social media handles.
Riddhima Kapoor shared a selfie with his brother Ranbir Kapoor on his Instagram Stories. On the other hand, Neetu Kapoor, the mother of Ranbir and Riddhima, explained how blessed it is to have sisters and brothers in life. “Siblings are your parents’ best gift. Respect and love each other always #worldsiblingsday, ”she wrote in a photo showing her son and daughter posing next to a photo of late actor and husband Rishi Kapoor.
Shaheen Bhatt and Alia Bhatt also celebrated Sibling Day. Shaheen shared a return photo with Alia, who is in home quarantine after recently being tested for Covid-19. On Alia’s birthday in March, Shaheen opened up about her connection to the actor. “You improve life in an immeasurable number of ways. You are my mirror, my witness, my ally, my support, my audience, my critic, my cheerleader, my entertainment, my sister, my child, my mother and my best friend, all in one very cute package and awkward, ”she writes with a picture.
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Priyanka Chopra with Siddharth Chopra. (Photo: Priyanka Chopra / Instagram) Riddhima Kapoor with Ranbir Kapoor. (Photo: Riddhima Kapoor / Instagram) Message from Neetu Kapoor on Siblings Day. (Photo: Neetu Kapoor / Instagram) Athiya Shetty shared a throwback photo with her brother Ahaan Shetty. (Photo: Athiya Shetty / Instagram) Gauahar Khan shared several photos celebrating Sibling Day. (Photo: Gauahar Khan / Instagram) The adorable photo of Shaheen Bhatt and Alia Bhatt.
Is it siblings day today? Mother had a child before us for no reason, he died as a child, I think all three of us are this child who is divided into three pieces ha ha, have a lot of fantastic analogies, also found a picture rare by Nanaji Thakur Inder Singh n great granpa Ranaut ensemble ❤️ pic.twitter.com/ON98vn7Bjd
Kangana Ranaut remembered her brother who died before her, the birth of Rangoli and Akshit. Sharing an analogy, Kangana wrote, “Is sibling day today? Mother had a child before us for no reason, he died as a child. I feel like the three of us are this child who is divided into three pieces ha ha. Have many fantastic analogies. ”
The Thalaivi actor also shared a few comeback photos, “found rare image of Nanaji Thakur Inder Singh n grand granpa Ranaut together,” she wrote.
Ayushmann Khurrana shared an epic comeback photo with his brother Aparshakti Khurana. “We were about 8 kg heavier and 8 times as stupid,” he explained.
Others like Athiya Shetty, Gauahar Khan and Saba Ali Khan also shared posts featuring their siblings.
In our Streaming Guide series, we list the works of a filmmaker or actor available on streaming platforms such as ZEE5, Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Disney Plus Hotstar, Eros Now, and YouTube.
This edition features Bollywood director Mohit Suri who has films like Kalyug, Aashiqui 2, Awarapan and Malang among others to his credit.
Broadcast on: YouTube
Kunal Kemmu in a Kalyug still. (Express archive photo)
Kalyug marked actor Kunal Kemmu’s entry into Bollywood as a lead actor. The film, directed by Mohit Suri, also marked the debut of his sister Smiley Suri. It revolved around a couple, Kunal (Kunal Kemmu) and Renuka (Smiley) whose lives turned upside down when their honeymoon video leaked on the internet. Renuka dies by suicide and Kunal decides to take revenge on those responsible for his wife’s death. The film failed to impress critics, but its soundtrack with songs like “Jiya Dhadak Dhadak Jaye” and “Aadat” topped the charts. Besides Kunal and Smiley, the film also starred Amrita Singh, Emraan Hashmi, Deepal Shaw, and Ashutosh Rana in key roles.
Broadcast on: YouTube
Shiney Ahuja and Kangana Ranaut in Woh Lamhe. (Express archive photo)
The film, starring Shiney Ahuja and Kangana Ranaut, is said to be inspired by the love story of Mahesh Bhatt and Bollywood diva Parveen Babi. Kangana stars as a Bollywood actor with schizophrenia and Shiney is a film director. The two fall in love but their love affair becomes tragic when the character of Kangana becomes a danger to her own life and to others. Mohit Suri skillfully crafted the film with great performances from the main cast. Special mention to the music of Pritam.
Emraan Hashmi, Ashutosh Rana, Shriya Saran and Mrinalini Sharma star in this gangster drama in the lead roles. After Zeher and Kalyug, Emraan teamed up again with Mohit Suri for an action crime thriller, where he tried out the role of a gangster with a heartbreaking past. He falls in love with a girl who teaches him to have compassion for others. Although the film opens well, it was only moderate commercial success. Emraan, however, has lived up to the expectations of his fans. In addition, the film had an excellent musical score by Pritam.
Raaz: The Mystery Continues
Broadcast on: YouTube
The second film in the Raaz series, Raaz: The Mystery Continues is a horror mystery that tells the story of a painter Prithvi, played by Emraan Hashmi, who begins to see images of a girl’s difficult future. . Things get weird when he meets the girl, named Nandita (Kangana Ranaut) in real life and warns her about the probable misfortunes in his life. The film looks appealing at first, but ultimately fails to excite.
Broadcast on: YouTube
Musical sensation Rahul (Aditya Roy Kapur) discovers the hidden talent of a small town girl Aarohi (Shraddha Kapoor). He helps perfect her art and falls in love with her. She soon becomes more popular than him and he resorts to alcoholism. His alcohol addiction leads to his downfall. The film, like any other Bollywood romance, is full of drama. But the soulful music in the film did wonders. The song “Tum Hi Ho” is still a favorite of music lovers.
Streaming on: Disney Plus Hotstar
Siddharth Malhotra and Shraddha Kapoor in a photo by Ek Villain.
In her review of the film, The Indian Express film critic Shubhra Gupta wrote, “Mohit Suri has a knack for lively characterization, although there are things that are a little overly emphasized. He also does a good job of weaving high octane moments around his characters. So you don’t really fall out on the hokeyness of the plot to begin with, as Guru (Sidharth Malhotra) meets the playful chatterbox Aisha (Kapoor), and the sinister smoothly dissolves, and as Rakesh (Riteish Deshmukh) becomes de more and more aware of his oppressed state from one day to the next. So start a series of murders and a bloody race to the finish line.
A photo of Malang with Aditya Roy Kapur and Disha Patani.
Directed by Mohit Suri, the action-packed masala host stars Aditya Roy Kapur, Disha Patani, Anil Kapoor and Kunal Kemmu. While the film doesn’t offer anything new in terms of plot, it does keep you hooked on the plot twists at regular intervals.
Actor Sunny Leone and husband Daniel Weber celebrated their 10th wedding anniversary on Friday, and the loving couple took to social media for little things. Sunny shared an adorable photo of herself with Daniel, calling her her “rock and hero”.
“Happy 10th birthday to the man I love! I pray that we will go through this life together until our last days. You are my rock and my hero! I love you baby!!she wrote. Hours later Sunny posted a video showing a beautiful diamond necklace she received from Daniel as a gift.
“Thank you so much @ dirrty99 for showering me with diamonds on our anniversary.” Really a dream !! 10 years of marriage and 13 years of living together !! Who would never have imagined that a conversation about the promise of an amazing life together, we would be where we are today! I love you!Sunny wrote alongside the video.
The loving husband also had great things to say about his wife at this important point in their relationship. In a cheeky, partly romantic Instagram post, Daniel thanked Sunny for putting up with his “crazy” shit **. “10 years !!!! Love you @sunnyleone – Love our f ** king Crazy life !!! I’m not sure anyone else ever put up with my crazy shit !!! Thanks !! !! Thanks for being the voice of reason (90% of the time) I love you !!! ”he wrote, captioning a photo of himself with Sunny.
While Daniel was covering Sunny with diamonds, he received a beautiful bracelet from his beloved wife as a birthday present. The bracelet has “10 saal” written on it, which means 10 years in English. Sharing a photo of himself wearing the silver bracelet, Daniel wrote, “Thank you Sunny for that. Love that you remember what it means. Happy 10 !! I love you!!”
Sunny Leone’s husband Daniel Webber showed off the birthday present he received from his beloved wife. (Photo: Daniel Webber / Instagram)
More photos on Sunny Leone’s Instagram stories suggest the birthday celebration lasted for a day.
Sunny Leone’s husband Daniel Webber surprised with beautiful flowers on their 10th anniversary. (Photo: Sunny Leone / Instagram) Sunny Leone and Daniel Webber celebrated their 10th anniversary in a “romantic lockdown”. (Photo: Sunny Leone / Instagram)
Almost three years ago, Sunny Leone opened up about herself and Daniel’s love affair and how she realized he was the one she wanted to spend her life with.
The actor had spoken to Humans of Bombay about the difficult phase of his life following the death of his mother and it was during these moments that Daniel and Sunny got closer. “A few months after the meeting, my mother passed away. I would expect a guy to shy away from such emotional responsibility – but he stayed. Not just for me, but for my family. I would wake up crying at night and he would hold me. He didn’t try to fix the situation – he was there and that’s what mattered. I knew then that it was him, but it was his turn to keep me waiting.
Sunny and Daniel have three children: eldest daughter Nisha and twins Asher and Noah.
In this weekly column, we revisit the gems of the golden years of Hindi cinema. This week we revisit the 1962 film Sahib Bibi Aur Ghulam.
Abrar Alvi’s Sahib Bibi Aur Ghulam is pointedly about Sahab, Biwi and the Ghulam, but at its heart the film belongs to Bibi. Bibi this is Chhoti Bahu (Meena Kumari), who will try anything – from a supposedly magical sindoor to alcohol, to make her marriage work. Her perpetually melancholy eyes and pristine beauty make her a tragic figure who is slowly drowning in a sea of despair. We see his painful story unfold through the eyes of Ghulam aka Bhoothnath (Guru Dutt), whose platonic relationship with Chhoti Bahu grew out of pathos. Their nameless relationship that defies both caste and gender has no place, or name, in feudal patriarchal society which sees only its married women as assets. The Sahib or Chhote Babu (Rehman) here, expects his courtesan to be as loyal as his wife but treats his wife like a toy.
The tragedy of Chhoti Bahu is that, unlike her contemporaries, she wants more and she has the courage to demand it. From a modern point of view, it can be difficult to relate to someone who calls her husband ‘swami’, but from a simplistic point of view all she wants is to be loved and sweetheart. By her own admission, she comes from a poor family and has been taught to live her life in the service of her husband and for that, she will gladly commit any sin even if it kills her. Chhoti Bahu bravely confronts her husband and asks him to stop cheating on her. When he says that being a “Tuesday” is a badge of honor, she comes back and asks him to fulfill his duties as a husband. The film takes place in the pre-independence era where the zamindars dictated the law of the land and in this world women did not have an agency and Chhoti Bahu is the product of this failing system which was too consumed in their own way. to even look up and notice that the world around had changed dramatically.
The film appreciates changing times, especially with the way it portrays its second female character Jaba. Played by Waheeda Rehman, she is the woman who can run her father’s affairs, grew up in a comparatively freer society, and is generally not afraid. The stark contrast between these two women obviously shows that the creators weren’t romanticizing the bygone era of class division and poverty, but looked to the future where the “ havelis ” perished and left behind haunting stories from the past.
The haveli in the film is representative of relics from the past. (Express archive)
The so-called “haveli” of the zamindars is depicted as a cursed mausoleum from the opening of the film. The ruins of the lavish house are further highlighted as its dilapidated condition is examined by Bhoothnath who has gone beyond the Orthodox ways of the past but still remembers the losses he left behind. Even at its peak, the haveli is constantly referred to as an “ajeeb”. His greatness cannot compensate for his suffocating ways that eventually pave the way for his downfall.
Sahib Bibi Aur Ghulam was directed by Abrar Alvi and produced by Guru Dutt but over the years many have disputed that it was Dutt who was in charge as the film’s aesthetic approach was quite reminiscent of his style. But according to accounts from the film crew, including Waheeda Rehman and cinematographer VK Murthy, it was Alvi who directed the film. Alvi once shared that Dutt directed the songs but not the film which has since been celebrated as one of the classics of Indian cinema.
In 1962, the film was considered daring by conservatives. A woman who started drinking, being friends with a man she is not related to, and being generally assertive were not viewed as positive traits by the general population, but nonetheless the film was appreciated for its nuanced narration, its breathtaking cinematography, its heartbreaking and enchanting gameplay. music. With songs like “Na Jao Saiyaan”, “Bhanwara Bada Nadaan”, “Piya Aiso Jiya Mein” among many others – Sahib Bibi Aur Ghulam’s album with music by Hemant Kumar and lyrics by Shakeel Badayuni continues to be a classic.
Sahib Bibi Aur Ghulam is the story of a woman who cannot escape the nightmares of a containment system but still dreams of living in paradise, even if she has to live in her cage.
Earlier this week, an unedited photo of Khloé Kardashian made its way to social media. In the photo, which is said to have been shared without permission, Khloé was seen in a bikini posing by the pool. His public relations team quickly intervened to have the unauthorized photo removed from the internet, despite many people praising the photo intact.
“The color photo was taken of Khloé at a private family reunion and posted to social media without permission by mistake by an assistant,” Tracy Romulus, KKW Brands’ marketing director Kim Kardashian, said in a report. communicated.
“Khloe looks beautiful, but the copyright owner has the right not to want an image not intended for publication removed,” the statement added.
Now, the socialite and entrepreneur has taken to Instagram to explain the reason, highlighting the constant control she has to live with. She pulled out a series of unedited photos of herself, reserving them with thoughtful messages asking people to be nicer.
“Hey guys, it’s me and my body untouched and unfiltered. The photo that was posted this week is beautiful. But as someone who’s struggled with body image all of their life, when someone takes a photo of you that isn’t flattering in poor light or doesn’t capture your body as it is after worked so hard to make it happen – then sharing it with the world – you should have the right to ask that it not be shared – no matter who you are, ”she wrote.
Khloé Kardashian explained why she asked for the unedited photo to be removed. (Khloé Kardashian / Instagram)
“In truth, the constant pressure, ridicule and judgment in my entire life to be perfect and to meet other people’s standards of my appearance has been too much to take,” she added.
She wrote about the rude way she is treated by internet users. (Khloé Kardashian / Instagram)
Appealing to the nasty remarks addressed to her, she continued, “’Khloé is the fat sister”. “Khloé is the ugly sister. “Her dad doesn’t have to be her real dad because she looks so different. ‘The only way she could have lost that weight had to be through surgery. “You will never get used to being judged and set aside and telling yourself how unattractive he is, but I will say if you hear something enough you will start to believe it … as I have been conditioned to feel, that I am not beautiful enough just by being myself.
She also shared the need to be kind to each other. (Khloé Kardashian / Instagram) “Just do it yourself and your heart is happy,” she wrote in conclusion. (Khloé Kardashian / Instagram)
She concluded her posts on a positive note: “I realized that we cannot go on living trying to fit into the perfect mold of what others have offered us. Just be yourself and make your heart happy. “
For anyone born in the past three decades, Jaya Bachchan is the filmed mother who is ready with a puja ki thali when her son is nearby. While this is a quintessential Hindi cinematic moment, Jaya Bachchan hasn’t always been the quintessential cinematic heroine.
For his 73rd birthday, we revisit director Hrishikesh Mukherjee Guddi (1971) where Jaya starred alongside Dharmendra, Utpal Dutt and Samit Bhanja.
Guddi is the story of a 17-18 year old girl named Kusum (Jaya Bachchan), affectionately called Guddi, who is simply obsessed with movie actor Dharmendra (played by Dharmendra). In her naive mind, she believes herself to be the Meera of her Krishna. When Guddi receives a marriage proposal from a man (Samit Bhanja), she refuses because she has accepted Dharmendra as her beloved. Her uncle (Utpal Dutt) hatches a plan for her to meet Dharmendra in person and learn that not everything you see on screen is real life.
Guddi’s first meeting with movie star Dharmendra leaves her in awe.
As we meet a young Jaya Bhaduri at the start of the film, her childlike innocence is evident in the way she candidly lies to her teacher. The dream sequence where she imagines a movie star serenading her is adorably naive and a bit laughable too but nonetheless, she presents her as an impressionable girl who is fascinated by what she sees on the big screen.
Guddi is stunned when she gets the chance to hang out with Dharmendra on a movie set, but as her maturity kicks in and she learns that much of what she sees on screen is invented, it begins to value heroic actions in real life. vs those that require duplicates.
Guddi is the story of the distinction between the imaginary and the reality. The film takes audiences and Guddi to examine what we perceive to be glamorous versus what goes on behind the scenes. The sub-plot involving Asrani who left his family behind to become a movie star, the gravely ill man of light who cannot afford to let go of his daily salary, the journalist who has to exaggerate the salacious content of his magazine to To increase sales, Pran’s cameo that completely opposes his villainous on-screen image further reinforces the narrative that the glamorous world of cinema has a dark side. The scene where Dharmendra shows him the abandoned set where they once shot Bandini forces you to think about the fleeting nature of films.
Guddi was co-written and directed by Hrishikesh Mukherjee, and just like his other films, Guddi also relies on simplicity to effectively deliver the message – all that glitters is not gold. The music for Vasant Desai’s film, with lyrics by Gulzar, is timeless and with a track like “Bole Re Papihara” it looks like it will stay with us for decades to come.
Guddi’s plot can be seen as a ruse as he is presented with a lie through his uncle and even though his actions are for the greater good, the titular character is never told the truth about himself. saying chance meeting with a movie star. This particular aspect seems problematic in the scene where Guddi is teased by false morons. Navin rushes to save her and ends up beating them pretty hard, which convinces Guddi that Navin is a true hero.
To the audience watching today, Guddi appears to be a girl too young to be married, but it’s entirely believable that a woman in her late teens would be married to a man in her early twenties in the late twenties. 1970s.
When it comes to the film’s relevance, the film’s main plot – distinguishing between glamor and reality, and his take on the film industry’s farce is just as true today as it was. 50 years ago.
Guddi is available to stream on YouTube and Amazon Prime Video.