Sharing the throwback black and white photograph on Twitter, Mishra captioned: “Taken during Hitchcock’s 1955 visit to India (Sent to me by Bhuvan Lall).”
Taken throughout Hitchcock’s 1955 go to to India ( Sent to me by Bhuvan Lall ) https://t.co/LLw3gsMGNm
— Sudhir Mishra (@IAmSudhirMishra) 1625825612000
“Hitchcock was on a promotional tour for his film ‘The Trouble With Harry’. He attended the Bombay premiere of the film,” Mishra knowledgeable in a separate tweet.
Hitchcock was on a promotional tour for his movie “ The Trouble with Harry “ . He attended the Bombay premiere of th… https://t.co/h3KuDC4Nm7
— Sudhir Mishra (@IAmSudhirMishra) 1625828665000
Bollywood legend Dilip Kumar handed away in Mumbai on Wednesday on the age of 98.
Travelling down reminiscence lane, Mishra had tweeted on Wednesday: “Many many years ago Dilip Saab had called some of us to his house. I remember Ketan Mehta and Govind Nihalani being there among others. He wanted us to make short films on communal harmony. I wish we had taken a picture! What a man. What an actor ! Thank you , Sir!”
Sharing phrases of appreciation for the late actor, the filmmaker had once more tweeted on the identical day, “Very few actors had to be skill set of Dilip Saab. He could you to so many places with his voice. He could take an over the top scene and play it, always balancing perfectly on the edge, never once falling over. Think Ganga Jumna, Andaz, Gopi.”