May 10, 2013

Video of the week

Absolutely <3 Kabhi Kabhi Saiyyan Sharaab Pikey Aaye from Raakhi And Rifle (1976). Helen dances in perfect synchronization :o with the heavy beat of the tabla in accompaniment with the unique and lovely sound of the harmonium. :tup

I remastered this video that was taken from a low resolution VCD and I think it came out rather well...if I must say so myself

May 4, 2013

Rare Helen....Remixed

Here is a remixed collection of some rare "first time on Youtube" Helen videos. In addition, one super rare non-Helen video is featured throughout the video :tup. If there's enough interest, most of these videos will appear in their original form on future DVD compilations that I may make. Enjoy :)

April 25, 2013

Video of the week

Watch and enjoy as Rekha gives Prem Chopra :vD and his band of thugs a beating they'll never forget. :r

Thanks to bollywooddeewana for creating and posting this on YouTube. xD

April 7, 2013

Helen - Woman of a Thousand Faces

Silent film star Lon Chaney was known as the Man of a Thousand Faces due to his ability to transform himself into the many different characters in his films. But I think that since Helen had so many different looks throughout her long and storied career, that she should be thought of as the female counterpart to Mr. Chaney. So, I've created a short slideshow to prove my point. Enjoy :)

April 3, 2013

Ankh Ladti Hai Lad Jane De - Parmatma (1978)

Fantabulous dance and song from Parmatma (1978). Helen gyrates her hips mightily while showing off her curvaceous Latin figure. Latin? Yes, she's 75% Latin & 25% Burmese :tup. For this song, she's in full-blown hippie mode. She wears tight hip-hugging bell bottom pants along with a sexy knot blouse, and tops off her attire with a headband around her long brown hair. Groovy! \m/ Also, the video of the song is simply fantastic 8).

Ankh Ladti Hai Lad Jane De is a really great western-sounding song that could have fit nicely in any Santana album from that era. Electric guitar and Moog Synthesizer are featured prominently throughout the track and in most of the songs in the movie. K Babauji wrote the soundtrack, and many of the songs have a strong RD Burman vibe, Parmatma Title Music and Suraangini Kamaal Karegi in particular. Imo, Parmatma may be the best RD Burmanesque soundtrack written by someone else. One can only hope that someday someone rips it from a vinyl LP and gives it the spotlight it so richly deserves.

Btw, Ankh Ladti Hai Lad Jane De has been added to the Radio Helen playlist. Enjoy!

March 19, 2013

RDB Music

Groove to this sweet mix of some of RD Burman's finest instrumental compositions created by PC of Music from the Third Floor. :tup :tup

RDBMusic by Mft3f on Mixcloud

March 17, 2013

Video of the week

Here's a short video recap of Helen's life and career in Hindi. Watch for the Filmfare Lifetime Achievement Award footage with Salman Khan, which they lifted from my upload that I made 2 years ago on YouTube. You're welcome, Ultra. xD

March 2, 2013

February 27, 2013

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