Bollywood Evergreen Legend and Romantic Hero Dev Anand Dies At 88 in London
Dev Anand Bollywood's evergreen star romantic hero Dev Anand (at 88) passed away in London hospital on Saturday night. Actor and Director Dev Anand, known for his joie de vivre as Bollywood's "evergreen hero", has died aged 88, an aide said, bringing the end to an era of Indian cinema. Dev Anand starred in countless hits like "Guide", "Paying Guest", "Baazi", "Jewel Thief ", "CID", "Johny Mera Naam", "Amir Garib", "Warrant", "Hare Rama Hare Krishna" and "Des Pardes".Dev Anand made his debut as an actor in 1946 in "Hum Ek Hain". By the time his "Ziddi" was released in 1947 he was a superstar and has never looked back.He is open his film production company 'Navketan International Films' in 1949 and has produced more than 35 movies.Dev Anand has won two Filmfare Awards - India's equivalent of the Oscars - in 1958 for his performance in the film "Kala Paani" (Black Water) and in 1966 for his performance in "Guide".He received a Filmfare "Lifetime Achievement Award"IN 1993.He was born in Gurdaspur on 26 September, 1923.Dev Anand, whose last film, "Chargesheet", was released in September, was in London with his son, Suneil.Find the some Photos of Legendary and evergreen star romantic hero Bollywood actor Dev Anand Photos.