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When Dharmendra turned on his charm

Last updated on: July 6, 2009 

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A Ganesh Nadar

The launch party of Honour Killing, held over the weekend, saw Dharmendra as its chief guest. The film stars Pakistani actors Javed and Zara Shaikh, and is made by an Indian team -- producers Manmohan Singh and Harjinder Singh and director Avtar Bhogal.

As the event was in progress, it was amazing to see 70-year-olds greeting 70-year-olds, 60-year-old greeting 60-year-olds and so on. It was almost as if each decade in the industry had formed their own clubs.


Image: Tom Alter, Javed and Zara Shaikh and Dharmendra
Photographs: Pradeep Bandekar
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Dharmendra charmed the audiences, and spoke at length about the India Pakistan friendship. In fact, the star even dished out some exquisite poetry he had penned himself.

He talked about love transcending barriers, and borders coming down. He spoke about one world and one country without which there would be total destruction.

Image: Zara Shaikh, Dharmendra and Javed
Photographs: A Ganesh Nadar
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Strapless outfits seem to be in fashion these days. There were quite a few fresh faces at the event, showing off their shoulders.

Image: Fresh faces at the event
Photographs: A Ganesh Nadar
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