Nostalgic Covers Of Filmfare Magazine From The 1950s Will Rekindle Your Old Memories

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Nostalgic Covers Of Filmfare Magazine From The 1950s Will Rekindle Your Old Memories
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Filmfare, one of the most popular entertainment magazines in India, has been providing all the information about Indian film actors including their weddings, love affairs, etc.  

Launched in 1952, Filmfare has enthralled us with its covers, which often portrayed leading actors. Since 1954, it started giving popular film awards, the annual Filmfare Awards and Filmfare Awards South. 

WittyFeed brings you a rare collection of Filmfare magazine covers when Nargis, Raj Kapoor, Dev Anand, Madhubala, and Nutan ruled the silver screen. These covers portray the simplistic beauty of the Mumbai film industry of the 1950s and 1960s.  

Through these covers, we wish to touch the sentiment of that era. They are nostalgic and worth remembering. So, go through them and bask in the old times they project.   

This series of Filmfare covers will make you hum the love-bitten tracks of 'Ek ladki bheegi bhaagi si', 'Yeh raatein, yeh mausam', and many more. 

Have a look.  

Sunil Dutt 

Old Filmfare covers

When the Padosan star, Sunil Dutt was young and modish.  

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Shammi Kapoor

Shammi Kapoor

The Bluffmaster, the Junglee, the Janwar, one and only Shammi Kapoor who gave girls 'Prem Rog'!   

Nimmi

Nimmi

Nimmi, endorsing the Filmfare cover.  

Waheeda Rehman 

Waheeda Rehman 

When Waheeda Rehman, the Kaagaz Ke Phool actress, made men skip a beat with her smile.

Meena Kumari  

Meena Kumari  

When the Pakeezah beauty Meena Kumari redefined elegance.  

Dev Anand

Dev Anand

That happiness on Dev Anand's face was infectious! 

Suchitra Sen 

Suchitra Sen 

When those bindis and jhumkas beautified Suchitra Sen.  

Nalini Jaywant 

Nalini Jaywant 

The 'Naujawan' Nalini Jaywant carrying that chaste look on her face. 

Dilip Kumar  

Dilip Kumar  

When Dilip Kumar was still trying to grow up! 

Dilip Kumar again... 

Dilip Kumar again... 

When finally Dilip Kumar had grown up to carry the 'Devdas' look.

Kishore Kumar 

Kishore Kumar 

When we could take even a 'Half-Ticket' to listen to Kishore Kumar. 

Raj Kapoor  

Raj Kapoor  

When the 'Awaara' Raj Kapoor was no more an 'Anari'! 

Nargis 

Nargis 

Mother India, Nargis, a mother on the cover, too! 

Nutan

Nutan

Nutan, another heroine of the Black and White era on Filmfare cover. Innocent!

Shyama 

Shyama 

Shyama, the 'Aar-Paar' star of the '50s and '60s.  

Nutan, portraying the perfect wife.

Nutan, portraying the perfect wife.

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