Saturday, November 17, 2001  

"If you don't dream You don't achieve"

In fact, Dev, the actor, has delved into the world of direction with the same enthusiasm that was once the hallmark of his performances in front of the camera. What makes the 78-year young Dev Saab tick? Anusha Samir Gill talks to the legend. Excerpts from an interview...

The Guide and the Gambler
D
EV Anand is one of the greatest stars the Hindi film industry has seen. Handsome and debonair, he was the epitome of the suave, urban gentleman. He was born Devdutt Pishorimal Anand in Gurdaspur, Punjab, the middle son of a well-to-do advocate. He graduated in English Literature from the Government College, Lahore, and left for Bombay to join elder brother Chetan Anand in the IPTA.

They should be in school
... not mopping floors
by Lalit Mohan 
T
HEY should be studying and playing in school, not mopping floors in people’s houses or washing dirty dishes at roadside dhabas. This, in practical terms, is what the ‘Education for All’ slogan of the Sant Nischal Singh Foundation (SNSF) means for the thousands of children in Gurgaon, Parwanoo and other cities who are deprived of formal schooling, either because they never went to schools, or because circumstances forced them to drop out.

Do you often remain down in the dumps?
by I.M. Soni
I
F you go down in the dumps once in a while, it is normal. If you remain there for long spells of time, chances are that you have been wallowing in self-pity. You have fallen in love with your dumps, which get deeper every passing day.

 
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