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Huge amount of information is available about Hindi films on the internet. Unfortunately, not all of it is reliable. Mistakes range from honest clerical errors to outright made-up interviews with famous people. In this book the author describes his real interactions with Hindi film actresses who were active in the 40s to 60s. Most had been away from the industry for a long time and were living anonymously. The author made great effort to seek them out and interviewed them. He has obtained much rare and authentic information, clarifying many misconceptions and finding elaborations of other well-known facts about them. We hope that the readers will enjoy reading about them as much as the author has writing about the interviews.
Shishir Krishna Sharma is a writer, film historian, columnist and English to Hindi translator, served for the Punjab National Bank for 18 years, took special volunteer retirement Dec. 2000, a pensioner - now completely into media. Have so far written many radio programs for "Vividh Bharti" e.g. 'Vigyaan Patrika', 'Biscope Ki Baatein', 'Cine Yaatra Ki Gawaah Vividh Bharti' etc., a few documentaries, dialogues of couple of TV shows including "Arrange Marriage" (Sahara Samay) and "Jaane Kya Baat Hui" (Colors), did Hindi / Urdu adaptation of dialogues of the Sudhir Mishra film "Sikandar", wrote / writing dialogues of the film 'Calapore', Mahesh Aney's underproduction film "Cycle" and full frame entertainment's untitled feature film. Now busy translating "Travel & Living channel (TLC)" shows e.g. 'Honeymoon Adventures', 'Cheese Slice' and 'Namaste Yoga' from English to Hindi. Has a long association with couple of national news papers e.g. Sahara Samay Weekly, Rajasthan Patrika and the website www.anmolfankaar.com. Facebook profile : https://www.facebook.com/shishir.k.sharma.58