Prem Naam Hai Mera, Prem Chopra
By: Rakita Nanda;
Genre: Autobiography - Biography,
Description: One of the most important pillars (Of Hindi cinema) - Ranbir Kapoor Think Bollywood villain and one of the first names that comes to mind is that of Prem Chopra. One of the few actors to have been working in the industry for more than five decades, from the black-and-white era to the new millennium and still going strong, he is a legend in his own right. This fascinating memoir, penned by his daughter Rakita Nanda and told in Prem Chopras words, reveals the story behind the man people loved to hate. Read about his memorable journey from his time as a young boy who used to wait outside the Clark's Hotel in Shimla to catch a glimpse of the film stars who stayed there, to being mobbed by fans at the same hotel many years later. Find out about the man who was once reviled by the public for his lecherous onscreen avatar, but who was known within the film industry for his couplets which Dharmendra christened Prem Awargi. Above all, meet Prem Chopra the family man a devoted husband and doting father to three daughters. Replete with humorous anecdotes and previously untold stories and including interviews about Chopra with stars such as Manoj Kumar, Dharmendra, Amitabh Bachchan, Sharman Joshi, Ranbir and Rishi Kapoor, Prem Naam Hai Mera, Prem Choprais an intimate look at the life of one of the most enduring stars of the Indian film industry. Interesting Facts The story of one of the most well-known villains of Hindi cinema. Prem Chopras perspective on villains, villainy and Bollywood. Contains anecdotes about Prem Chopra from Bollywood stars down the ages such as Amitabh Bachchan, Manoj Kumar, Dharmendra, Rishi Kapoor, Jeetendra, Hrithik Roshan, Kareena Kapoor and others. An inside look at the workings of Bollywood from the 50s to the present day.