On John Lennon’s birthday this year, let’s visit some of the popular documentaries based on The Beatles.
'The Beatles: Get Back' is a 240-page account of the creation and recording of the Fab Four's 12th album, 'Let It Be,' which many fans believe contributed to the split of the British band in 1970.
On the occasion on Katrina Kaif's birthday, Anurag Basu shared a meme of the actress walking down on the famous Abbey Road.
The film on The Beatles is based around 55 hours of film shot in the recording studio in January 1969 when Let It Be was recorded.
According to the Beatles star, Paul McCartney, he was immediately nailed to the sofa after taking drug DMT (dimethyltryptamine) and was "humbled" by the experience.
The 77-year-old Ringo Starr received his long-awaited knighthood from Prince William on March 20, 2018.
A demo recording of an unreleased Beatles' track is set to be auctioned off by online marketplace, eBay
The documentary traces the band's touring years as McCartney, Starr along with the late John Lennon and George Harrison won legions of adoring fans across continents
Former Beatle Paul McCartney, who cancel led his Asian concert tour, was treated at a Japanese hospital after falling ill in Tokyo.
Harrison played the guitar on British shows 'Ready Stead Go!' and 'Thank Your Lucky Stars' with the Beatles in '63
Former Beatles members, Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr came together to perform 'Queenie Eye'.
Taylor Swift, Macklemore and Ryan Lewis, Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr are added to the stellar line-up of performers at Grammy Awards.
The fab four started their big-league journey exactly 50 years back when they recorded together for the first time.
Louise Harrison is the older sister of George Harrison - who died of lung cancer.
Beatles fan Gerardo Weiss ran a typical barber shop until he had a dream that the Fab Four dropped in for a haircut.
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George Harrison had realised he could not get all the signatures in time.
Ringo Starr has told fans to stop sending letters and autograph requests.
The Beatles' stint with the Maharishi may have spared them the ravages of drugs faced by their peers.
The Beatles' Love album being released on Tuesday is a thorough reinterpretation of their work.