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Radio City celebrates ‘100 Years of Indian Cinema’

Actors join RJs to relive iconic scenes

BestMediaInfo Bureau | Delhi | May 13, 2013

Celebrate the ‘100 years of Cinema’ in true Bollywood style with Radio City 91.1 FM. Leading actors join our RJs in Mumbai to recreate some of the most iconic Hindi movie scenes. Tapping the legacy of unforgettable scenes and dialogues, Radio City relives the glory of cinema.

John Abraham, Shreyas Talpade, Kunal Khemu, Sonu Sood, Ravi Kishen, Aliya Bhatt - all these actors join our RJs in re-enacting the iconic movie moments through dialogues. Who can forget the legendary scenes of ‘Andaaz Apna Apna’ or Sunny Deol’s ‘dhai kilo ka hath’ dialogue in ‘Damini’. All these scenes are going to be enacted on Radio City 91.1 FM.

As a part of the series - Shreyas Talpade becomes Amrish Puri of ‘China Gate’, while John Abraham mouths his opening line from ‘Jism’. Kunal Khemu, as Aamir Khan, rues, “aapko beti ko kidnap karna chahiye tha, aur baap se paisa mangna chahiye tha…lagta hai kaccha khiladi hai.”  Abhijit Sawant, becomes Shah Rukh Khan of ‘Darr’ professing his love for ‘Kiran’ RJ Palak. RJ Rohit Vir becomes the quintessential villain Ranjit trying to have his way with Poonam Pandey.

Kick starting the celebration, Radio City held an exhibition of some of the rarest movie posters in Nagpur - ‘Bollywood ki Century’. An exhibition was held of the 100 most successful and critically acclaimed movies in the history of Indian cinema. Right from the first Hindi movie ‘Raja Harishchandra’, released in 1913, to present day hits like ‘3 Idiots’ – the exhibition housed 100 original movie posters. The picturesque poster gallery buzzed with excitement as our RJs Nitin and Akhil quizzed the audience on the posters displayed.

Speaking on the initiative, Kartik Kalla, National Programming Head, Radio City 91.1 FM, says, “This centenary marks a milestone in the history of Indian cinema. We, at Radio City, are paying the tribute by recreating the golden moments. Voice acting is one of the most entertaining forms of acting and our RJs, along with the actors have done an excellent job at that. The poster exhibition in Nagpur has been a unique initiative and has been widely appreciated.”

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