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A Love Storycomposed by R. Burman won her much popular acclaim. With a string of hits from She went on to work with several music directors of Hindi films of the s, such as Bappi LahiriAnand-MilindA.

Her work with A. Abhishek Roy and Ismail Darbar remains some of the most critically acclaimed renditions of the last two decades. During her stint as a playback singer, she sang duets with the leading male singers of her times. Her most prolific work was with the leading singers of the s: She has also sung extensively with younger singers in the s such as Sonu NigamShaanand Babul Supriyo.

After her marriage to violinist Dr. Subramaniam in Bangalore on 11 NovemberKavita got extremely selective and cut down on her film singing. She started expanding her artistic range to areas which were never explored. She was the main featured soloist in the Global Fusion album released by Warner Bros.

Although primarily a playback singer, Kavita has sung with orchestras as a soloist; she collaborated with Western artists from jazzpop and classical fields. She has lent her voice for many an album. As a playback singer, Kavita has performed throughout India.

It was composed by Nayab Raja and penned by Dipti Mishra. In Kannada Kavita's playback singing career was started with Kannada films. How fondly you remember his drunken slob turned messiah in Iqbal. How convincingly desperate he was in Paar when he swam through a swollen river with his pregnant wife.

How you rooted for his lawyer in Aakrosh. How you laughed at him in Mandi, laughed with him in Jaane Bhi Do Yaaron, cried with him in Masoom, pitied him in Nishant, felt for him in Ijazat, were swept away by his anger in Bazaar, sang poetry with him in Ghalib, grew lonely with him in Pestonjee and boisterous with him in Tridev.

And no, the awards do not matter. So what if his brilliant coach in Iqbal was ignored by the juries? I hear a lot of actors say that they are trying to be different but I want them to know, there is no sense in being different for the sake of being different. Like the recent Oscar winning Crash, it brings together a few unrelated characters in a moment of climactic heat when a hidden pattern both unites and fragments human lives.

I did not want my film to pander to distributors who think they know what the audience wants. That is why they have gone back to making fairy tales now. He staged these stories because he was tired of emoting in a language not his own and believes it is time we stopped ignoring our own literary traditions. He believes however that a filmmaker should react to the world around him as honestly as possible.

It can be a messy business. But I was seriously tempted to show two flowers touching in the love scene between Ratna Pathak Shah and Paresh Rawal! Irrfan Khan, I wanted to cast because I find him immensely interesting. Konkana cast herself because she can do anything. She is the most gifted actress we have had for a long time.

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Ratna screen-tested for her part! I wanted Jimmy Shergill because I wanted a wholesome, desirable young man who the audience would long for as much as Konkana does in the movie. Creating a world that makes sense to him. The best tribute to someone like Hrishikesh Mukherjee for instance would be to just smile in gentle recollection.

His cinema was like him. Modest, humane and good-humoured. The Hindi film industry is full of swagger stories. Of people who talk loudly about their success and treat cinema and themselves like a commodity. For Hrishi da however, cinema was a purveyor of humour, wit, good sense and moral hygiene. Hrishi da was from the Bimal Roy school of filmmaking but his films were lighter and frothier and with writers like Rajinder Singh Bedi and Gulzaar, he gave us some of the best written lines in Hindi cinema.

In Anand, a talkative cancer patient Who does not remember Rajesh Khanna in this one? They are recording impromptu skits and poems, laughing over the inane things we forget to acknowledge as we fret over the big snarls, both present and impending. Long before the Gurus got into the fray of teaching us how to live, Hrishi da and his philosophy of Anand joy taught us to live in the moment and to celebrate life. Mili, the female half of Anand battles leukemia with a wrinkled nose, a naughty smile and a song on her lips.

In Bawarchi, a mysterious cook and man of many parts Khanna again glues together a cantankerous family, teaching them that life is not the sum of the big things but of the laughter we share in the kitchen, the music we make in our yards with old songs and new rhymes. In Anupama, a cloistered, mother-less, unloved heroine Sharmila Tagore is taught to open herself to love and life by a poet, writer Dharmendra.

Golmaal made fun of the stubborn older generation that disallows freedom of speech and thought to the young. A die-hard vamp like Bindu became the golden-hearted other woman in Abhiman. Namak Haram anticipated the onset of corruption, commercialization and violence in our world.

Satyakam showed us the struggle of an idealist to hold on to his integrity in a morally disintegrating society. That we can laugh at our tears and live with our values intact and our heads held high, if we only choose to connect with each other and with ourselves. Or in other words, hoping that his failure is mistaken for genuine effort? Or maybe there is in fact a genuine effort, but the results are not forthcoming, hence the shame?

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These lines are still ambiguous in my mind. Maybe someone can help me get a better handle on this. There could be multiple interpretations depending on who that subject is and whose silence is being talked about.

Let's first look at it this way. The lover wants some alone time and can express his desire to be silent in words, but the beloved cannot understand that.

The very fact that the lover has opened his mouth to say something, even if it is the desire to remain silent, the beloved would assume it to be the start of a conversation and the lover's desire for some solitude will not be fulfilled. Alternatively, one could look at the request for silence as being directed at the beloved.

Can the beloved who is interested in a conversation pay heed to the lover's request for silence?

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In other words, one knows how to request the tongue to keep quiet, but the cursed tongue only knows how to talk and squander away the 'wealth' of thought. Or, the intent could be for some peace and quiet to reflect over things, which is difficult to achieve if one is by nature drawn to a conversation.

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The difference is subtle. Here, the relationship has probably started going on a downward spiral, but the lover does not want to quit yet and hopes the beloved lives under a false impression till the situation is resolved.