Before him there were great stars, and he has been followed by many, but none evoked the mass hysteria that he did at the height of his meteoric rise, the decade of the 1960s, spilling into the early 1970s
On the one hand we are, more than ever a vigilant and alert society; on the other, also, more than ever, paranoid and on-the-edge. That's what political instability in a mediatised world has driven us to.
Heard any controversy on Mughal-e-Azam, the mother of all period films?
Mumbai films sell, and, with globalisation, have made their presence felt
internationally. That, I suspect, is the root of the current debate on Mangal