There was a time when people never got an opportunity to stalk their favourite celebrities on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter. People never really knew much about what's going on in their favourite star's life, and this thing had its own pros and cons.
Today, humans and technology both have come a really long way, but earlier people would literally visit studios and shoot locations to spot their beloved stars, and that had another level of thunder in itself.
Here are a few pictures which are taken from the time when social media had no existence, and Bollywood celebrities got their images captured in black and white.
The picture was taken when the actor had just started his career. You can also spot RD Burman in this picture.
Raj Kapoor and Nargis enjoyed their Coke and showed the world that they make a really 'cool' couple.
He was captured in this picture with Parveen Babi.
This veteran actor was seen having some leisure time.
He married much younger Dimple Kapadia and here is a family picture from those days.
Rekha was one of the prominent actresses of those days, she was also known as the reigning Queen of Bollywood and Shabana, on the other hand, was the flag bearer of outhouse cinema.
The actresses look absolutely stunning in this picture.
Amitabh and Dharmendra acted as Jai and Veeru resp. in the famous film Sholay. This picture is from those old days when there were no fancy vanity vans, and the actors would sit and chit chat like that.
The only luxury that they enjoyed back then was an umbrella and a fan.
Kulbhushan Pandit captured in a behind-the-scenes shot where he was dressed... well, you can see.
You thought I would reveal it just like that? Take a look at the next slide.
A perfect family picture. Isn't it?
This is probably the cutest candid picture of him.
Can anyone beat her? Hell, no!
They look so young and radiant. I guess, not a lot has changed today.
Aren't they couple goals?
Amitabh Bachchan with his brother Ajitabh and wife Jaya Bachchan was clicked with his parents, famous poet Harivansh Rai Bachchan and wife, Teji Bachchan.
That's all, people.
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