सवाल -11 के विजेता नितिश राज

सवाल – 11 के विजेता हैं नितिश राज..बधाई

इस तरह की गेस्टाल्ट तस्वीरों मे अगर सीधा पूछा जाये कि बताईये इसमे कितने आदमी दिखाई दे रहे हैं? तो कोई फ़टाक से जवाब दे देगा. और यहां तो केवल टाईम पास काम है. सो जानबूझकर सवाल किया गया था कि क्या क्या दिख रहा है? जिनको भी सवाल समझने मे दिक्कत हुई उनसे क्षमा याचना चाह्ते हैं. वैसे आप लोगों ने टिपणियां देख ही ली होंगी? और यह भी देख लिया लिया होगा कि सबसे ज्यादा श्री  नितिश राज को दिखाई दिया. तो विजेता भी वही हैं. उनको सवाल को समझने की डबल बधाई.


Delete Blogger Nitish Raj said...

जब भी ऐसे सवाल पूछे जाते थे तो साथ में ये होता था कि कितने कबूतर दिख रहे हैं या कितने मर्द दिख रहे हैं...पर गर सवाल ये है कि क्या दिख रहा है तो। बहुत कुछ दिखाई दे रहा है। पर जो जवाब आपको चाहिए वो हम देते हैं।
एक बुजुर्ग का चेहरा, एक कबूतर, एक दीवार, एक महिला का चेहरा दीवार के ऊपर, एक बूजुर्ग लाठी लिए हुए, एक पूरी महिला, एक दुधमुंहा बच्चा, एक मां, एक कुत्ता जो सो रहा है या मर चुका है, एक फाटक, एक पत्थर का बना हुआ स्टेंड जिसपर कबूतर बैठा है, दो पिलर, फाटक के ऊपर घास,बादलों में बनी महिला की तस्वीर(कबूतर के पीछे), एक जोड़ा चूम रहा है। और क्या नहीं देख पाया हूं वो जरूर बताइएगा। धन्यवाद

04 August 2009 21:16


रामप्यारी का अगला सवाल आज शाम को ठीक ६ बजे.

तब तक रामप्यारी की तरफ़ से नमस्ते.

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5 August 2009 at 17:58

बधाई तो दे ही देते है.. आज आसाम सवाल पुछना..

  प्रकाश गोविंद

5 August 2009 at 18:37

मैं तो कल की कसर आज निकालूँगा जी !
ये फोटो मधुबाला की है
इनके बारे में थोडी सी जानकारी :

Madhubala was a popular Hindi film actress who starred in several successful films in the 1950’s. Many have achieved classic and cult status today. she is widely regarded as one of the most influential and beautiful actresses to have appeared on the screens of Indian cinema.

Birth name - Mumtaz Begum Jehan Dehlavi
Born - February 14, 1933
Delhi, India
Died - February 23, 1969
Bandra, India
Spouse(s) - Kishore Kumar

Early life and work

Mumtaz Begum Jehan Dehlavi, famously known by her screen name Madhubala, was born in Delhi, India on February 14th 1933. She was Muslim and an ethnic Pathan, the 5th child of a conservative Afghan family of 11 children. In search of a better life for his impoverished family her father Ataullah Khan relocated them to Bombay. There they struggled for over a year, when Mumtaz entered films aged 9 under the name “Mumtaz”.Her first film was Basant (1942). She then went on to act in several films as a child artist. It was the celebrated actress Devika Rani, impressed by her performances and potential, who changed her name to Madhubala. Her talent was clearly evident and she soon garnered a reputation as a reliable and professional performer. By the time she was an adolesant her uncommon good looks and tall, lithsome figure, meant she was already being groomed for lead roles.

First success as a leading lady
Her big break came when film maker Kidar Sharma gave her a chance to act opposite Raj Kapoor in Neel Kamal (1947). Until that point, she had always been billed as “Mumtaz” but this was the first film to credit her as “Madhubala”. She was only 13 years old but Madhubala had finally arrived on the Indian screen in a lead role. Though the film was not a commercial success she was noticed and her performance well received.In the next two years she blossomed into a captivating beauty (film media and fans referred to her as the “Venus of the Screen”). However it wasn’t until she starred in the coveted lead role in Bombay Talkies production of Mahal in 1949 that Madhubala became a fully fledged star and household name. Audiences and critics alike enthused over Madhubala’s enigmatic screen presence and beauty. Though she was only 16 at the time, it was widley acknowledged that her subtle and skillful performance upstaged her seasoned co-star, Ashok Kumar. The film became a popular success and the song “Aayega Aanewaala” heralded the arrival of two new superstars both Madhubala and playback singer Lata Mangeshkar.

  प्रकाश गोविंद

5 August 2009 at 18:38

Madhubala the Star

Madhubala had many successful films following Mahal. Keen to secure herself financially, Madhubala acted in as many as 24 films in the first four years of her adult career. Her co-stars at the time were the most poular of the period: Ashok Kumar, Raj Kapoor, Rehman, Pradeep Kumar, Shammi Kapoor, Dilip Kumar, Sunil Dutt and Dev Anand. Madhubala also appeared along side many notable leading ladies of the time including Kamini Kaushal, Suraiya, Geeta Bali, Shyama and Nimmi. She worked with some of the most prolific and respected filmakers: Mehboob Khan, Guru Dutt, Kamal Amrohi and K. Asif. She also ventured into production and made the film Naata (1955) which she also acted in.During the 50’s Madhubala proved herself a versatile performer in starring roles, the most memorable of which were as contrasting as they could possibly be. She was convincing as the sweet and traditional Kamal in Sangdil (1952) and followed it up with a comic performance as the spoilt and capricious Anita in Guru Dutt’s classic satire on modern marriage Mr & Mrs 55 (1955). In a contoroversial move she had a memorable double role as twin sisters in Kal Hamara Hai (1959) and was equally believable as the cigarette smoking cabaret dancer Bella, and her more conventional saintly sister Madhu.Suddenly in the mid-1950s her films, even major ones like Mehboob Khan’s Amar (1954), fared so badly commercialy she was labelled “Box Office poison”. She turned her career around in 1958, with a string of successes: Phagun opposite Bharat Bhushan, Howrah Bridge opposite Ashok Kumar, Kala Pani opposite Dev Anand, Chalti Ka Naam Gaadi opposite husband-to-be, Kishore Kumar and Barsaat ki Raat opposite Bharat Bhushan again in 1960.She went on to star in the most expenisve and successful film of the decade Mughal-E-Azam (1960) the crowning glory of her career and perhaps the decade of film making in India.


As her condition deteriorated Madhubala sought treatment in London. Complicated Heart Surgery was in its infancy and offered her some hope of a cure. After an examination the doctors there refused to operate, as they were convinced her chances of surviving the procedure were minimal. Their advice was that she should rest, not over exhert herself and that she could perhaps live for another year. With a confirmed death sentence Madhubala returned to India. However the indominatable actress proved the doctors wrong when she survived for another 9 years. Sadly, heart surgery for people with Madhubala’s condition became very successful and common shortly after her death…In (1966), long after her forced exit from films, with a slight improvment in her health Madhubala tried working again opposite Raj Kapoor in Chalack. The film only required a short spell of shooting to be completed. The film media heralded her “comeback” with much fanfare and publicity. Stills from this time showed a still beautiful but pale and wan looking Madhubala. Sadly she collapsed on the very first day of shooting and the film was shelved. Her illness eventually claimed her life on February 23rd, 1969, within days of her 36th birthday. With a raging fever remaining only semi conscious, apparantly her last thoughts and words were still for Dilip Kumar. She was buried at Santacruz Burial Ground by her family and Kishore

  Udan Tashtari

5 August 2009 at 20:03

नितिश भाई को डबल बधाई.