Friday, April 16, 2010

Feroz Khan

Feroz Khan: (25 September 1939 – 27 April 2009) was an Indian actor, film editor, producer and director in the Hindi film industry. For his flamboyant style, with cowboyish swagger and cigar toting persona which revolutionised the style quotient of the otherwise conventional Bollywood hero, he is known as the Clint Eastwood of the East and a style icon in the industry.

He appeared in over 50 films in the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s, and became one of India's best-loved heroes with his role in the 1980 hit film Qurbani, which he also directed. Khan followed this multi-disciplinary achievement by directing more successful films like Dayavan (1988) and Janbaaz (1986). He won the Filmfare Best Supporting Actor Award for Aadmi Aur Insaan in 1970, and was honoured with the Filmfare Lifetime Achievement Award in 2000.
He turned into a successful producer and director in 1971 so as to improve his career opportunities as a leading man with his first directorial film Apradh, which was the first Indian movie showing Car Race in Germany, and Mumtaaz was his co-star in the movie. He produced, directed, and starred in the 1975 film Dharmatma, which was the first Indian film to be shot in Afghanistan and was also his first blockbuster hit as producer, director, and star and marked appearance of actress Hema Malini in a glamorous avatar. This movie was inspired by the Hollywood film The Godfather.

Throughout the late 1970s and 1980s, he was a leading Bollywood star, directing and starring in many of his films. He also starred in the Punjabi film Bhagat Dhanna Jat (1974). The 1980 film Qurbani, with Zeenat Aman, was the biggest hit of his career and launched the singing career of iconic Pakistani pop singer Nazia Hassan, with her memorable track 'Aap Jaisa Koi' [9] In 1986, he directed and starred in Janbaaz, which was a box-office hit.[11], which some consider to be one of his best movies, featured an all-star cast and was possessed of great songs and excellent cinematography. In 1988, he directed and starred in Dayavan, which was a remake of a South Indian film titled Nayagan. After directing and starring in Yalgaar (1992), he took a long break from acting for 11 years.

I my view he is genius film i want to focus one topic might be no one notice this before. I am fan of his presentation of (actress) Mumtaj, Hema Malini, Jeenat Aman to Shridevi....all these actress become sex bomb in just one night not because of skin showing, the way Mr. Firoz Khan present them its mind – blowing....

  • Mumtaz in film Aapradh wearing bikini and this is something very big in early 70s time.

  • Hema Malini in mix kind of Indian Banjara and Afgani look, no skin showing but still looks so hot and totally in new Avtar.

  • Aap Jaisa Koi song from his film Qurbani one of the biggest hit of Bollywood and music company till yet making remix of this song. Even i hear somewhere on TV Firoz Khan went UK at that time for music recording and shoot of this song.

  • Shridevi in Jaanbaz! Actually till yet i didn’t see this film fully because it’s have little hot kissing and love making clips so with family i can’t watch. Dimple Kapadiya is in main role but Bang! Shri devi who have one song and less than ten minutes role in this film become sex bomb in just one night. Again she wearing shari and one full size cotton night gown but her makeup and sari’s create magic on screen.

so my dear friends end of the story is, its not about what you wearing its about how you wearing and Mr. Firoz Khan is expert in it.

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