sex, love, lust, friendship

sex, love, lust, friendship
sex, love, lust, friendship

Bollywood Profile of Sunil Shetty

An actor who needs to piggyback on his director for his performance, Sunil Shetty could have done better in business boardrooms, but anyway, made his tinsel town foray with the completely inconsequential films like Balwan, Gaddar or Prithvi.

His beefcake physique and square jawed face made him a director's ideal choice for an action hero, but his expressionless face gave away the ham actor in him. Yet nothing teaches better than experience.

So after a long barren spell at the box office when around 21 out of his 28 films flopped miserably, Shetty finally salvaged his dwindling career with films like Mohra and Border. Then the resounding success of Priyadarshan's Hera Pheri gave his career a new lease of life while Refugee and Jungle has got him on cloud nine.

One of the promising stars to have hit the silver screen in the last decade Sunil Shetty stays clear of petty politics of the tinsel world and maintains a low profile. For this reason perhaps he has the choicest projects in his kitty despite his innumerable debacles at the box office.

Sunil Shetty is quite well known in Restaurant Business in Mumbai.

Sunil Shetty Hit Films are: Balwan, Anth, Mohra, [Dilwale]], Gopi Kishan, Border, Bhai, Hera pheri, Dhadkan, Jungle, Awara Pagal Deewana, Kaante, Qayamat, Hulchal, Main Hoon na, Dus, Phir Hera Pheri. Of recent films he has starred in, he had hits with Dus (2005), Phir Hera Pheri (2006) and Apna Sapna Money Money (2006).


Date of Birth: 11 August 1961
Sign: Leo
Height: 5'11" or 1.82 m
City: Mangalore, Karnataka
Country: India
Children: Atiya and Aahan
Marital status: married
Spouse: Manna
Favorite Drinks: Diet Coke
Favorite Book: Sunny Days by Sunil Gavaskar
Hobbies: is considered a major action star in Indian cinema
Occupation: bollywood actor/model/businessman
Debut Film: Balwaan
Languages: hindi, english


Shootout At Lokhandwala (2007)
International Hera Pheri (2007)
Cash (film) (2007)
Tere Pyaar Ki Kasam (2007)
Fool and Final (2007)
Mazhab: The Religion (2006)
Don't Stop Dreaming (2006)
Apna Sapna Money Money (2006)
Umrao Jaan (2006)
Aap Ki Khatir (2006)
Chup Chup Ke (2006)
Shaadi Se Pehle (2006)
Darna Zaroori Hai (2006)
Fight Club - Members Only (2006)
Home Delivery: Aapko... Ghar Tak (2005)
Deewane Huye Pagal (2005)
Kyon Ki? (2005)
Chocolate: Deep Dark Secrets (2005)
Amar Joshi Shahid Ho Gaya (2005)
Dus (2005)
Paheli (2005)
Tango Charlie (2005)
Blackmail (2005)
Padmashree Laloo Prasad Yadav (2005)
Hulchul (2004)
Rakht: What If You Can See the Future (2004)
Ek Se Badhkar Ek (2004)
Kyun...! Ho Gaya Na (2004)
Aan: Men at Work (2004)
Main Hoon Na (2004)
Rudraksh (2004)
Lakeer - Forbidden Lines (2004)
LOC Kargil (2003)
Khel (2003)
Qayamat: City Under Threat (2003)
Khanjar: The Knife (2003)
Baaz: A Bird in Danger (2003)
Ek Hindustani (2003)
Kaante (2002)
Karz: The Burden of Truth (2002)
Maseeha (2002)
Annarth (2002)
Jaani Dushman: Ek Anokhi Kahani (2002)
Awara Paagal Deewana (2002)
Ehsaas: The Feeling (2001)
Yeh Teraa Ghar Yeh Meraa Ghar (2001)
Pyaar Ishq Aur Mohabbat (2001)
Kakkakuyil (2001)
Kuch Khatti Kuch Meethi (2001)
12B (2001)
Ittefaq (2001)
Aaghaaz (2000)
Dhadkan (2000)
Jungle (2000)
Refugee (2000)
Hera Pheri (2000)
Krodh (2000)
Officer (2000)
Bade Dilwala (1999)
Hu Tu Tu (1999)
Kaala Samrajya (1999)
Sar Utha Ke Jiyo (1998)
Humse Badhkar Kaun (1998)
Aakrosh: Cyclone of Anger (1998)
Vinashak - Destroyer (1998)
Qahar (1997)
Prithvi (1997)
Bhai (1997)
Border (1997)
Dhaal: The Battle of Law Against Law (1997)
Judge Mujrim (1997)
Sapoot (1996)
Krishna (1996)
Ek Tha Raja (1996)
Rakshak (1996)
Shastra (1996)
Vishwasghaat (1996)
Takkar (1995)
Gaddaar (1995)
Raghuveer (1995)
Surakshaa (1995)
Hum Hain Bemisaal (1994)
Mohra (1994)
Dilwale (1994)
Gopi Kishan (1994)
Waqt Hamara Hai (1993)
Anth (1993)
Pehchaan (1993)
Balwaan (1992)

Sunil Shetty received Zee Cine Best Actor Award for Border.

Sunil Shetty received the Filmfare Best Villain Award & Zee Cine Award Best Actor in a Supporting Role- Male for Dhadkan

Bollywood Profile of Sunny Deol

Sunny Deol was born in New Delhi, India, to veteran actor Dharmendra and Prakash Kaur. Sunny Deol born as Ajay Singh Deol changed gears with different roles in several movies. He has a younger brother, Bobby Deol, who is also an actor, and two half-sisters, Esha Deol, an actress and Ahana Deol, from his father's re-marriage to famous actress Hema Malini. He always wanted to be an actor but being the son of the famous actor, Dharmendra, it was difficult being treated normal, so he went to England to study acting. He joined theater called the Old Web Theater in Brimingham, England where he studied theatre and acting. By the time he came back to India, he was ready to face the camera.

Sunny made his debut as a teenage romantic hero in Betaab with debutante actress Amrita Singh. Action roles seemed to be his forte, but he also tried his hand at romantic roles in movies like Sohni Mahiwal and Imtihaan. From romantic hero to the rebellious, unemployed angry young man out to get justice, the blockbuster Ghayal established Sunny as the action hero in Bollywood.

Sunny Deol is married to Pooja Deol. The couple have two sons together, Rajvir and Ranvir Deol. The names which he chose for himself and Bobby Deol in his directorial debut Dillagi. Their have been many rumours linking Sunny Deol to many of his co-stars but none of those rumours affected their marriage. They are happilly married and live close to their extended family in Mumbai, India. Rumoured to have had an affair with Dimple Kapadia.

Sunny Deol was also acclaimed for his performances in movies like Damini, Arjun and Jeet.

Sunny Deol was another puny star son, written off even before the first movie was released. Father Dharmendra's launchpad for his eldest son - Sunny Deol. Not much was expected from these quarters as one had seen quite a few great falls. Remember Kunal Goswami, Kumar Gaurav...? Besides critics believed that he wouldn't measure up to the standards of his illustrious father.


Sunny Deol has also tried his hand at direction with the (1999) film Dillagi starring himself and younger brother Bobby Deol & Urmila Matondkar.The film wasn't a box Office success. For now, Sunny has his hands full and more home productions seems to be in the offering.

Full Name: Sunny Deol
Real Name: Ajay Singh Deol
Profession: Actor
Star Sign: Libra
DOB: 14th October, 1961
Place of Birth: New Delhi, India
Height: 5'9"
Hair: Black
Eyes: Black
Family: Wife Pooja, Two Children. Rumoured to have had an affair with Dimple Kapadia.
Brother Bobby, Father Dharmendra
Sister Esha Deol & Ahana Deol
Address:Plot No. 22, 11th Road
JVPD Scheme
Mumbai 400049
Famous For: Being very patriotic in his films.
Best Films: Betaab, Arjun, Ghayal, Damini, Ghatak, Farz, Champion, Gadar — Ek Prem Katha,
Debut Film: Betaab
Famous Dialogue:
(1) "Yeh Musalmani Hai... Musalmani Hai Yeh... Lo ab yeh ho gayi Sikhni.. Aur ab kisine is ki taraf aankh bhi utha kar dekha, to wahe guru di sau, gardan ukhar doonga" - Gadar

(2) "Mein sirf ek police officer nahin... Main Indian hoon, Indian !!!" - Indian

(3) "Bhoon Dalo Dushmanon Ko, Kaat Dalo Insaanon Ko, Aaj Hum Apne Khoon Se Dhoyeinge Tere Charan, Maa Tujhe Salaam !!!" - Maa Tujhe Salaam


Ghayal 2 (2008)
Subway (2008)
AirPort (2008)
GuruDakshina (2008)
Fool and Final (2007)
Apne (2007)
Big Brother (2007)
Kafila (2007)
Naksha (2006)
Teesri Aankh (2006)
Jo Bole So Nihaal (2005)
Rok Sako To Rok Lo (2004)
Lakeer - Forbidden Lines (2004)
Khel (2003)
Jaal: The Trap (2003)
Kaise Kahoon Ke Pyaar Hai (2003)
The Hero: Love Story of a Spy (2003)
Karz (2002)
Jaani Dushman: Ek Anokhi Kahani (2002)
23rd March 1931: Shaheed (2002)
Maa Tujhhe Salaam (2002)
Kasam (2001)
Indian (2001)
Yeh Raaste Hain Pyaar Ke (2001)
Gadar: Ek Prem Katha (2001)
Farz (2001)
Champion (2000)
Dillagi (1999)
Arjun Pandit (1999)
Pyaar Koi Khel Nahin (1999)
Iski Topi Uske Sarr (1998)
Salaakhen (1998)
Qahar (1997)
...Aur Pyaar Ho Gaya (1997)
Ziddi (1997)
Zor (1997)
Border (1997)
Ajay (1996)
Ghatak (1996)
Jeet (1996)
Himmat (1996)
Angrakshak (1995)
Dushmani: A Violent Love Story (1995)
Imtihaan (1995)
Insaniyat (1994)
Izzat Ki Roti (1993)
Damini (1993)
Kshatriya (1993)
Darr (1993)
Gunaah (1993)
Lootere (1993)
Vishwatma (1992)
Vishnu-Devaa (1991)
Narasimha (1991)
Shankara (1991)
Yodha (1991)
Krodh (1990)
Aag Ka Gola (1990)
Ghayal (1990)
Vardi (1990)
ChaalBaaz (1989)
Tridev (1989)
Joshilaay (1989)
Main Tera Dushman (1989)
Nigahen: Nagina Part II (1989)
Ram-Avtar (1988)
Inteqam (1988)
Paap Ki Duniya (1988)
Yateem (1988)
Dacait (1987)
Samundar (1986)
Sultanat (1986)
Saveray Wali Gaadi (1986)
Arjun (1985)
Zabardast (1985)
Manzil Manzil (1984)
Sohni Mahiwal (1984)
Sunny (1984)
Betaab (1983)
Ghazab (1982)


1990 : Winner, National Film Award for his performances in Ghayal (Injured)
1993 : Winner, National Film Award for special performance in Damini
1994 : Winner, Filmfare Best Supporting Actor Award for Damini - Lightning
1991 : Winner, Filmfare Best Actor Award for Ghayal
2001 : Winner, Star Screen Award for Best Actor for Gadar: Ek Prem Katha
2002 : Winner, Zee Cine Special Award for Outstanding Performance- Male for Gadar: Ek Prem Katha

Bollywood Profile of Nana Patekar

Nana Patekar real name Vishwanath Patekar, Nana Patekar was born 1 January 1951 in Maharashtra. He is an Indian actor and filmmaker.

Like most actors, Nana began his career with Marathi theatre. N. Chandra was so impressed with his intensity in the play 'Purush' that he signed him for 'Ankush', a low- budget movie with unknown faces. The film, however did not help boost Nana's career in any way.

It was with Vinod Chopra's 'Parinda', which earned him the National award, that Nana became a force to reckon with. And with his subsequent films like 'Prahaar', which he directed himself, 'Tiranga', 'Krantiveer' and 'Agni Sakshi', he established himself as one the most talented actors.

Nana is known to be brusque and arrogant. It is rumored that producers are wary of signing him for their films because of his reputation of being arrogant, hot-headed and a difficult star to work with. "I am more important to myself," Nana says. "If I'm not happy about something I will not do it. And I am very honest and frank and most of the people in the industry cannot digest that fact. Besides, it is me who has been refusing films. And that is because I sign a film only if I like the script."

Unlike many, Nana detests the idea of doing more than two to three films at a time. "It amazes me how people can switch on and off within seconds. I have to be involved with a film. Anyway, what am I going to get after doing so many films? Money? I don't give much importance to money anyway."

This seems a little contradictory since Nana is said to have hiked his fee after every film. "But I still maintain that money is not important to me at all. But tell me why shouldn't I hike my price. Today, people are approaching me because I am successful. If the producers are selling a film on my name, shouldn't I get my share from them?" he reasons. "But when I demand my price, I also indulge in a lot of social and charity work with the money."

Which is a fact no one can deny. On one of his visits to his village, he had seen an ancient, dilapidated ruin, which he learnt was the burial place of Eshwari bai, who played a very important historical role in the Peshwa period. Nana immediately called for a meeting in the village and drew out a plan and an estimate of how much money would be required to restore the monument. He did Shows and the money that was raked in, was directed there. On another occasion, there was a certain hotel group that needed Nana to inaugurate a hotel. Nana demanded a lakh of rupees. Initially they refused and went away. Later they agreed and the cheque that was given to Nana was handed over to an institution for the handicapped on the spot.

Patekar has also done some playback singing in the films Yeshwant (1997), Wajood (1998) and Aanch (2003).

He is the only actor ever to win Filmfare Awards in the Best Actor, Best Supporting Actor and Best Villain categories.

Awards :

1990 - Filmfare Best Supporting Actor Award, Parinda
1990 - National Film Award for Best Supporting Actor, Parinda
1992 - Filmfare Best Villain Award, Angaar
1995 - Filmfare Best Actor Award, Krantiveer
1995 - Star Screen Award Best Actor, Krantiveer
1995 - National Film Award for Best Actor, Krantiveer
1997 - National Film Award for Best Supporting Actor, Agni Sakshi
2005 - Filmfare Best Villain Award, Apaharan
2005 - Star Screen Award Best Villain, Apaharan


Pak Pak Pakak
The Whisperers
Taxi Number 9211
Ab Tak Chappan
Darna Mana Hai
Shakti: The Power
Kohram: The Explosion
Hu Tu Tu
Yugpurush: A Man Who Comes Just Once in a Way
Khamoshi: The Musical
Agni Sakshi
Hum Dono
Raju Ban Gaya Gentleman
Prahaar: The Final Attack
Thodasa Roomani Ho Jaayen
Salaam Bombay!
Sagar Sangam
Andha Yudh
Aaj Ki Awaaz
Giddh: The Vulture

Bollywood Profile of Bobby Deol

Bobby Deol is also known by his real name as ‘Vijay Singh Deol’ but this name is not much heard by his fans and in the Indian Film Industry. Bobby Deol was born on 27th January 1967 in Punjab, India. His father Dharmendra was a Legendary Actor at his times in Bollywood Industry and his mother name was Prakash Kaur. Bobby has an elder brother named as Sunny Deol and a younger brother as Abhay Deol, both of them are Actor’s by profession in the Film Industry. In his real life, he had two sisters named as Nonu Deol and Dolly Deol. And two- half sisters born from father Dharmendra second wife Dream girl and Bollywood Actress – Hema Malini named as Esha Deol and Ahana Deol.
Bobby Deol was tied into knots with Tanya Ahuja and he is blessed with to children's both of them are sons name of the Elder one is ‘Aryaman’ who is born in 2001 and second child was name behind his Grandfather’s name as ‘Dharam’ who is born on 5th November 2004. Bobby got his first character in a brief appearance as a younger dharam in ‘Dharam Veer’ in the year 1977. In this film he played the role as a Younger versions of his father’s character. Bobby’s first leading role film came out as ‘Barsaat’ with Actress Twinkle Khanna in 1995. Though the film didn’t make out at the Box-office, Bobby Deol Acting and Hardworking was appreciated and recognized by the Industry too.
Later on his performance in the film honored him Filmfare Best Debut Award – Male. Bobby’s real Acting career started with Action, Thriller and Suspense Movie ‘Gupt’ with Actress Kajol in 1997. This film was the 5th Highest Grossing Film of the Year. Then Bobby had two Flop films like ‘Aur Pyaar Ho Gaya’ with Aishwarya Rai and ‘Kareeb’ with Actress Neha. Then in 1998 Bobby had one more successful film ‘Soldier’ with Actress Preity Zinta. But his roles in movies like ‘Dillagi’ in 1999 with his elder brother, Sunny Deol failed to receive critical acclaims for his performance. His next film ‘Badal’ with Actress Rani Mukherjee in 2000 was an average hit film.
In 2001 Bobby appeared with Actress Kareena Kapoor, Bipasha Basu and Actor Akshay Kumar in an Action cum thriller film ‘Ajnabee’ and in 2002 he was seen in ‘Humraaz’ with Actress Amisha Patel. Both the films had good reviews and his peformance was apprecaited a lot. He was also nominated in the Category of Filmfare Best Actor Award for the film Humraaz. He had many moderate hits films like ‘Hum to Mohabbat Karega’, ‘Bichhoo’ and ‘Aashiq’ in 2000 while ‘Kranti’, ‘Chor Machaye Shor’ and ‘23rd March 1931: Shaheed’ in 2002. His next up-coming movies are as ‘Shaka Laka Boom Boom’, ‘Nanhe Jaisalme’ and Yash Raj Production film ‘Jhoom Barabar Jhoom’ directed by Shaad Ali casting Abhishek Bachchan and Preity Zinta in 2007.
Bobby Deol ’s Personal Profile :

Full Name: Bobby Deol
Real Name: Vijay Singh Deol
Sun Sign: Aquarius
My Birthdate: 27th January 1967
Favourite Perfume: Angel for Women
Favourite Food: Home food
Favourite Holiday Spot: My farm house in Lonavala
Plus Point: My upbringing
Minus Point: The outside influence
Philosophy of Life: Be good to others
Sex Appeal: Ask the women
Strength: My family
Languages Known: English, Hindi, and Punjabi
Turn off in a woman: Body Odor
Turn on in a woman: A good personality
Biggest Fear: Being Alone

Untitled Sangeeth Sivan Project
Jhoom Barabar Jhoom
Shakalaka Boom Boom
Nanhe Jaisalme
Humko Tumse Pyaar Hai
Tango Charlie
Ab Tumhare Hawale Watan Saathiyo
Chor Machaaye Shor
23rd March 1931: Shaheed
Hum To Mohabbat Karega
Gupt: The Hidden Truth
Dharam Veer

Bollywood Profile of Ajay Devgan

Ajay Devgan was born on 2nd April 1967 in Bombay (India). Ajay was also called as ‘VISHAL DEVGAN’ by his close friends. His family is part of origination towards Punjab. He was the son of Mrs. Veena Devgan and Mr. Veeru Devgan, who was was a great stuntman and a good director known in the Indian film Industry. Anil Devgan, brother of Ajay Devgan is a director in the Film Industry. Ajay has enjoyed his school days from Silver Beach High School which in Juhu and later continued his college studies from Mithibai College.

Ajay made his debut in the film ‘PHOOL AUR KAANTE’ in the year 1991, which in turn awarded him his life's first Filmfare Award. In this movie he played a role opposite to (late) Amrish Puri with Madhu who was also a new- comer in the Indian film Industry. Ajay started his acting career with action and full of stunts which was further directed by his father but performed by Ajay only. This effort made him very close towards his fans. Later on he started taking his interest towards comic role and then came out a marvellous comedy film ‘ISHQ’ in 1997 which prove out to be Blockbuster hit film in a comic role.

This movie has brought up a new role in Ajay’s life, he was then started being listed in the category of Best Actor in a Supporting role. In the film he acted with co-star Kajol but after a song sequence in the movie they both were engaged on the sets of movie ‘ISHQ’. This Romantic love story continued for two years but at last was given a new page headed as Kajol to Kajol Devgan. Ajay got married to Kajol on 24th February 1999. They have given birth to a daughter named as Nysa who was further born in April 2003. But this wasn’t the end of neither Ajay’s acting career nor kajol’s.

Ajay kept on proving out his talent and releasing super hit films like ‘ZAKHM’ with Sonali Bendre in 1998, following with Sanjay Leela Bhansali's ‘HUM DIL DE CHUKE SANAM’ in 1999 and was awarded in Filmfare Best Actor for the Zakhm and also for Hum Dil De Cuke Sanam. His former association with the director Ram Gopal Verma added few more stars in his acting career with super hits flims like ‘COMPANY’ and ‘BHOOT’. Then came ‘DEEWANGEE’ in which he played a villainous roles and was awarded as Best Actor in filmfare for the year 2002. His next villainous role was seen in Rajkumar Santoshi’s ‘KHAKEE’ in 2004 casting Amitabh Bachchan, Aishwarya Rai , Akshay Kumar, Ajay Devgan and Tushar Kapoor.

Ajay had also received a Critics Award for the film ‘ THE LEGEND OF BHAGAT SINGH’ in 2002. He had also completed the film ‘GANGAJAL’ which secured him once again Best Actor Award in Filmfare for the year 2003. His on-screen average hits was ‘PYAAR TO HONA HI THA’, ‘KACHHE DHAAGE’, ‘TANGO CHARLIE’,‘QAYAMAT-The City Under Threat’, ‘YUVA’, ‘MASTI’, ‘APARAHAN’, ‘KAAL’, ‘SHIKAR’, ‘ZAMEEN’, ‘BALCKMAIL’, ‘RAINCOAT’, ‘CHORI CHORI’, ‘INSAN’, ‘OMKARA’, ‘GOLMAAL’. He also received three other major achievements in his life from Zee Cine Award and Start Screen Awards in the category of National Film Award for Best Actor.


Real Name: Vishal Devgan.

Nick Name: Ajay

Date of Birth: 2nd April 1967

Star Sign: Aries.

Father: Veeru Devgan.

Wife: Kajol.

Daughter: Nysa
Ex-girlfriend: Karisma Kapoor


Golmaal 2 (2008)
No Problem (2008)
Main Tum aur Hum (2008)
Sunday (2008)
Halla Bol (2007)
Cash (film) (2007)
Sholay (2007)
Mr. Fraud (2007)
London Dreams (2007)
Gulel (2006)
Saamna (2006)
Benaam (2006)
Omkara (2006)
Golmaal (2006)
Shikhar (2005)
Apaharan (2005)
Main Aisa Hi Hoon (2005)
Kaal (2005)
Tango Charlie (2005)
Zameer (2005)
Blackmail (2005)
Insaan (2005)
Taarzan: The Wonder Car (2004)
Raincoat (2004)
Yuva (2004)
Masti (2004)
Khakee (2004)
LOC: Kargil (2003)
Zameen (2003)
Parwana (2003)
Gangaajal (2003)
Chori Chori (2003)
Qayamat: City Under Threat (2003)
Bhoot (2003)
Deewangee (2002)
The Legend of Bhagat Singh (2002)
Hum Kisi Se Kum Nahin (2002)
Company (2002)
Tera Mera Saath Rahen (2001)
Lajja (2001)
Yeh Raaste Hain Pyaar Ke (2001)
Raju Chacha (2000)
Deewane (2000)
Thakshak (1999)
Gair (1999)
Hindustan Ki Kasam (1999)
Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam (1999)
Hogi Pyaar Ki Jeet (1999)
Dil Kya Kare (1999)
Kachche Dhaage (1999)
Zakhm (1998)
Sar Utha Ke Jiyo (1998)
Major Saab (1998)
Pyaar To Hona Hi Tha (1998)
Ishq (1997)
Itihaas (1997)
Jung (1996)
Diljale (1996)
Jaan (1996)
Haqeeqat (1995)
Gundaraj (1995)
Naajayaz (1995)
Hulchul (1995)
Suhaag (1994)
Vijaypath (1994)
Kanoon (1994)
Dilwale (1994)
Dhanwaan (1993)
Dil Hai Betaab (1993)
Shaktiman (1993)
Platform (1993)
Divya Shakti (1993)
Bedardi (1993)
Ek Hi Raasta (1993)
Sangram (1993)
Jigar (1992)
Phool Aur Kaante (1991)

Bollywood Profile of Soha Ali Khan

Soha Ali Khan was born on October 4, 1978 in New Delhi, India, into the family of the nawabs of Pataudi. She studied History at Balliol College, Oxford University and has a Masters in International Relations from the London School of Economics. Soha Ali Khan's mom, dad and brother are superfamous celebrities. She's the daughter of "Sharmila Tagore" famous hindi actress of 60's and 70's and "Tiger Pataudi" well known Indian cricketer. And Saif Ali Khan's sister. And now it's time for this talented and stunning girl to make a mark.

Soha made her acting debut with the Bollywood production Dil Maange More, where she shared credits with Shahid Kapoor and two other leading ladies. Starting off weakly, she has since received critical acclaim for her performances in the Bengali film Antar Mahal and Rang De Basanti. She has been brought up in liberal way, where ever to travel, think and have friends she wants. She was quite a hyperactive child. Very friendly and outgoing always running from one place to another. But never bothered about appearances. She didn't wear too much jewellery nor was colour coordinated.

Soha Ali Khan, however, wants things to be different. She prefers staying alone in Mumbai, managing her own affairs. Her first steps into the film industry are behind her, but she knows she has a long way to go. The actress spoke to Syed Firdaus Ashraf about the release of her latest Bengali film, Antarmahal and a few other issues.

When Soha Ali Khan lights up the marquee, her mother's famed dimples et al, the world will inevitably watch out for the Tagore talent to unfold. And should Sharmila's legacy to Soha include some of that legendary screen sparkle, then Soha's got little to worry about. Soha's just starting out on the road her mother has made her own.

While studying she know exactly that she wanted to be in films in terms of career. She know if started acting before accomplishing her academy, then it wouldn't be possible for her to go back to studying. Her parents had the typical normal parental concerns about joining the films. When she was 12, she meant to play the child in Mira Nair's Mississippi Masala and taken two months leave from school also. But couldn't do the film because she had to get braces.

She had also worked with Citibank and an NGO to get experience which help her when she finally starts acting.


2007 - Cash (film)
2007 - Khoya Khoya Chand
2007 - Dus Kahaniyaan
2006 - Ahista Ahista
2006 - Rang De Basanti
2005 - Antar Mahal
2005 - Shaadi No. 1
2005 - Pyaar Mein Twist
2004 - Dil Maange More
2004 - Iti Srikanta

Bollywood Profile of Amrita Rao

Amrita Rao never knew that she would be a full time actress some day. She comes from a very well to do, Chitrapur Saraswat Brahmin family. Amrita was born on June 17th 1981. The first go to her career came with the Fairever’ fairness cream add. Success came thereafter. She was picked up for the close up add which brought her the much - wanted fame. Within months she became the model for the top brands of the country. She modelled for fetched her recognition. Within 18 months, she was the face that promoted Major Brands such as Clean & Clear Face Wash, Pantene Hair Wash, Wrigley Chewing Gum, Domino's Pizza, Anne French, and HMT Watches. Apart from this she also did a number of South Indian commercial ads. With this she did Cadbury's Perk and the Bru coffee ad. This brought in a number of movie offers for her. Amrita stepped in the world of films Raj Kanwar's Ab Ke Baras (2002). She was later seen in Raj kumar Santoshi's The Legend of Bhagat Singh. But all the while she was not much of a recognized face in the film industry. It was Ken Ghosh’s 'Ishq Vishq Pyaar Vyaar’, which brought her to public notice. Success was not far away from her now. The other movies in line for her were 'Masti', 'Main Hoon Na' and 'Deewar- Let's Bring Our Heroes Home'. Of these once again 'Masti' and 'Main Hoon Na' were hit movies. Amrita was appreciated for her work in both the films. In 'Main Hoon Na' she played a college girl absolute contrast to the one she played in Ishq Vishq Pyaar Vyaar. Farah gave her a new hairstyle. She wore lot of trendy and western stuff. Masti was a comedy film in which she played a housewife who behaves in a peculiar fashion. On a personal note Amrita likes watching Sajid Khan’s shows and reading books that have stories in them. She is a very kind hearted person who hates being selfish to people. She wants to be a social worker and help tee mentally challenged kids.

Amrita Rao’s Personal Profile:

Name: Amrita Rao.

Birthday: 17th June 1981.

Turn-ons: Impeccable behaviour with women.

Turn-offs: Selfish behaviour

Car today: Mitsubishi Lancer.

Favourite TV show: I love all Sajid Khan shows.

Philosophy of life: Life is short and sweet, so make others

Secret Dream: Go for holiday’s in Venice on my own would be fun.

On a blind date I'd go out with: Brad Pitt. Please Jennifer Aniston, may I?

If i were a burglar I'd steal: The hearts of my audience.

I'd like to be reborn as: A social worker. I would like to do something for the mentally challenged individuals.

Allergies: Snobbish people.

Favourite drink: Nariyal Paani.

What I am terrified of: Doing a bad job in a film and letting my fans down.

Favourite Book: Chitra Bannerfi's Arranged Marriage.

Favourite Actor: Shah Rukh Khan, Aamir Khan.

Favourite Actress: Shabana Azmi.

Favourite Movie: Rangeela.

Favourite Color: White.

Likes: Watching a good movie.


2004 : IIFA Awards, Best Female Debut; Ishq Vishk
2004 : Stardust Awards, Superstar of Tomorrow - Female; Ishq Vishk
2004 : Sansui Awards, Best Debut - Female; Ishq Vishk
2007 : GR8 Women Awards, Young Achiever
2007 : Anandalok Puroshkar Awards, Most Promising New Talent; Vivah
2007 : Sports World Awards, Jodi of the Year along with Shahid Kapoor, Vivah


Hook Ya Crook
Athidhi (Telugu film)
My Name is Anthony Gonsalvez
Pyare Mohan
Vaah! Life Ho To Aisi
Main Hoon Na
Ishq Vishk
The Legend of Bhagat Singh
Ab Ke Baras

Bollywood Profile of Zayed Khan

Zayed Khan was born on 27th April 1980 in Mumbai (India). His father SANJAY KHAN was a great Actor and his mother name is ZARINE KHAN. He has three sisters in his family named as, SUZANNE KHAN, SIMONE KHAN and FARAH KHAN. In which, SUZZANE KHAN had got married to the handsome and mind-blowing Actor HRITHIK ROSHAN. Not only this, he have many more other family connections in the Bollywood industry. His Uncle FIROZ KHAN, A well-known film producer and director and FARDEEN KHAN, a talented actor is one of his cousins.

Zayed was a student of Welham Boys Boarding School in Dehradun. After completing his Secondary Examination from Boarding school, Zayed moved to an International School at Kodaikanal that taught and build up a strong desire in him to study abroad. He stood in front for such strange but comprehensive lessons of filmmaking and learnt all aspects, needs and efforts to be put during a film. Zayed is Intelligent, Mature and a Perfect Actor for young generation age groups. His Mind blowing On-screen presence denotes him the looks of a Greek God. When Zayed was just 8 yrs old, he was taken on the sets of ‘Kaala Dhanda Gore Log’ to see the actual making of a film.

And That experience had inspired him a lot and he then thought of becoming a Star at his childhood age. And his dreams of becoming a Super-Star which he buried deep in his heart during his childhood days came true with his debut film ‘Chura Liya Hai Tumne’ with Esha Deol in 2000. Though the film didn’t go well at the box-office and failed to win the hearts of the viewer’s but Zayed performance was realized and appreciated at a very high level. His second film actually made him a Super – Star and he received critically acclaim from the viewer's. ‘Main Hoon Na’ directed by FARAH KHAN and supported by SHAH RUKH KHAN was a Blockbuster hit.

This film gave him his own platform in the Bollywood Industry. Later Zayed Khan was tied into knots and got married with his longtime girlfriend Malaika Parekh on 20th November 2005. His looks and styles made him the ‘REAL DUDE’ of Bollywood. His next releases in 2005 like ‘Shabd’ with Sanjay Dutt and Aishwarya Rai and ‘Vaada’ starring Arjun Rampal and Amisha Patel, both were Averages. But in 2005 it was VENKY’S ROCK ‘Dus’ casting with Sanjay Dutt, Shilpa Shetty, Suneil Shetty, Raima Sen, Abhishek Bachchan, Esha Deol, Dia Mirza and Pankaj Kapoor which turned on the Zayed fans once again and resulted in order of a Super hit film.

And then his friends and C0-stars represented him with many names like; BRO, BUDDY, DUDE, TECHNO, COOL GUY etc. Then came ‘Shaadi No. 1’ which was a comedy movie and Zayed did justice with this role also. In ‘Fight Club’ his fans were crazy and loved his acting very much. His talent and hardwork won many hearts of Bollywood Industry. His fans is desperately waiting for his up-coming movies like Idiot casting Celina Jaitley and Esha Deol with Bisaat. Zayed has signed an International Touring Contact of stage show, ‘ROCK STARS’.

Bollywood Profile of Shahid Kapoor

Shahid Kapoor with the innocence look throbs the millions heart by his debut film “Ishq Vishq Pyaar Vyaar”. Shahid was born on 25th February 1981 in Mumbai. He completed his early education from Gyan Bharathi (Delhi) and his further studies were completed in Rajhans Vidyalaya (Mumbai). When Shahid Debuted his age was just 22 years. This younger hero did just few films but has offer from Boney Kapoor, Nitin Manmohan and Abbas Mastan.

Shahid believes in achieving all by him, though he has a film family tag. His father Pankaj Kapoor, a versatile actor and mother Neelima Azmi, an actress and marvellous classical dancer. Shahid has inherited from his parent’s great acting talent. He had never told his parents that he want to be an actor before signing his first film. This charming actor, who started his career with a video album “Aryans”. Shahid made his film “Ishq Vishq Pyaar Vyaar” in 2003 and was a hit. He received the “ Hero Cycles Stardust Award” and “Filmfare” for the most promising newcomer of the year 2003.

Shahid went for the audition of Ishq Vishq first time and was rejected, as he looked too young. After years later Ken Ghosh saw him in a public place, he was totally changed. Ghosh asked him to come to the audition again and he was selected. He wasn’t offer much film after the released of “Ishq Vishq….”for about few months though the film was hit and his acting was also appreciated. The main reason behind this was that producers and directors had no subjects for a 22 years old guy. After that people started writing subjects for him and he started getting lots of offers. Shahid signed his second film after waiting for the six months of his first release. He did Ken Ghosh’s “Fida” (2004) with Fardeen Khan and his girlfriend Kareena Kapoor, which was a thriller movie. Then he was seen in Nitin Manmohan’s “ Dil Maange More” (2004), which was a hit. It was a light romantic comedy about which of the three girls get him.

Shahid also did “Deewane Huye Paagal” and Mahesh Manjrekar’s “Vaah! Life Ho To Aisi” (2005), this movie became popular among the children and was appreciated. Then came “Shikar” (2006) casting Shahid Kapoor, Ajay Devgan, Amrita Roa and Bipasha Basu, though the movie didn’t do well at the box – office but Shahid’s role as Jaidev Vardhan was appreciated and praised a lot. His efforts in this movie made him to be nominated in the category of Screen Best Actor Award for Shikar in 2006. His famous movies are ”Vaah! Life Ho To Aise”, ”Dil Maange More”, “Fida”, “Ishq Vishq Pyaar Vyaar”. In 2006 at the mid of summer, Shahid moved out on a World Tour along with his close and fellow Bollywood co-stars starting with Salman Khan to Kareena Kapoor followed John Abraham, Esha Deol, Mallika Sherawat, and Zayed Khan.

This activity also shows that Shahid also like traveling and visiting places. Shahid is continuing with Boney Kapoor’s “Milenge Milenge”, which is been directing by Satish Kaushik, starring with the gorgeous Kareena Kapoor. His upcoming movie is “Jeevansh” and Vivaah, casting Shahid and Amrita Roa. He had also planned a comedy film named ‘Fool and Final’ with Ayesha Takia. His biggest fear is flying. He likes drinking energy drinks. His admires Pankaj Kapoor as his favourite actor. In Hollywood he likes actress Julia Roberts. He loves to dance and act. He also enjoys playing cricket.

Bollywood Profile of John Abraham

John Abraham was born on 17th December 1973 in Mumbai (INDIA). According to his dad John was born in a Malayalee Christian family of Aluva (Kerala) but his mother is an Irani from the family of Parsi. His father was an architect while his mother was a basketball teacher. Abraham has a younger brother named as Alan Abraham. However, being a Catholic his father added the name ‘Abraham’ to his son John, who was named by his grandparents as a mark of respect and give honor to the first patriarch and progenitor of the Hebrew people in the Bible. Later on John moved to Mumbai and he studied from Bombay Scottish School continuing with Jai Hind College, where he became the captain of the college football team.
After completing his studies of MBA in marketing, he started working with an ad agency as a media planner for the Enterprises-Nexus as well as being captain of Bombay's soccer team. His revolutionary looks, macho body, baby smiles and nice character made him to move in modeling field. And there was the time when Abraham’s luck stroked out with many hearts started beating just for him. He then became the highest paid supermodel in India.
John Abraham won the Gladrags Manhunt Contest in the year 1999 and further moved on to Singapore for International Manhunt Contest. He secured second place there made proved his talent in that contest. He then continued his modeling career and started working with branded companies like Provogue, Wardrobes etc.
John Abraham became India’s best-paid supermodel. As his modeling world made him the real star of his life he moved on to acting field and entered in the Bollywood Acting world with his debut film Jism in 2003. This movie was not based on any action or any thriller scenes but was an erotic emotional. Though this movie didn’t work out for him but the songs and his acting talent were appreciated by a lot from the Bollywood viewers. He then engaged to Actress Bipasha Basu who had acted with him in his debut film. In the same year later came Saaya (2003) and romantic Paap (2003) but unfortunately none of them did well. Then came his first smash hit Dhoom (2004) in which he played a negative role but this negativity really turned his life in Dhoom. Followed by Garam Masala (2005) in which he performed very well in a comic role. His work was appreciated at a higher level and made up many minds. Recently he was featured in the Indian PETA campaign. This young actor is the owner of great mischievous smile and rule the million hearts all over the world.
John was little behind in the category of Awards. Though he received is first award in the second year of his acting career i.e. in 2004 but the award didn’t mean a lot for him as he was nominated for Most Promising New-comer Male in the Weekly Screen Awards. Then in the up-coming acting years he was then nominated for the super-duper hit Yash Raj films ‘DHOOM’ in which he played the role of a villain - Kabir. He received two awards for this film, one was for the nomination of Best Actor in a Villainous Role for the year 2005 and secondly Zee Cine Awards in the category of Best Performance in a Villainous Role for the same year. Both this awards raised his morale and the fans started calling John Abraham as ‘ SMART RIDER’. His work was appreciated a lot in the film by his fans and the industry.

Bollywood Profile of Sanjay Dutt

Life for Sanjay Dutt was not full of Roses. He has observed the double-sided world from his struggling days and was fed food in a golden spoon of love from his legendary parents ‘Late Shri Sunil Dutt’ and late ‘Nargis Dutt’ at the time he was born on 29th July 1965 in Haryana (INDIA). The name Sanjay Dutt in the Bollywood Industry reminds of his bad times he has spent in Tada Jail for Two years. But then too he had recovered himself very soon in the Bollywood cinema and covered the entire gap between his fans and climbed up a step forward towards his fame. He feels his worst life experienced was in the Tata Jail where his career was spoiled and he has missed out his precious two years of building his Acting career.
Sanjay was living in a village called ‘Mandhaulli’ placed near Yamuna Nagar District in Haryana. Sanjay`s beloved Mother (Late) Nargis Dutt`s Memorial grave is also placed on the banks of the Yamuna River. Sanjay has made his debut when he was just 19 year old in the film Rocky that was featured in the year 1981. In the Indian Film Industry History Sanjay Dutt was the Youngest Actor who had stepped in a movie with a leading role at that time. But there was slight change in the production as well as the shooting of the film were being delayed because of the abrupt illness of Sanjay`s Mother Nargis Dutt who was suffering from Cancer. He loved his mother very much and his mother was only the woman on which he doted on. There was a bridge of emotional build up between the teenage son and his mother, shared by his elder sister ‘Priya Dutt’ and father Sunil Dutt. Rocky, directed by his father, was a relative hit on the box-office. But Dutt family were not able to savoir its success as Nargis Dutt after fighting a grim battle for her life, she missed out and passed away leaving out his sons successful debut film in the Indian Cinema. This Complex situation tossed out the Dutt household into an emotional frenzy and at that moment Sanjay Dutt was at his first crossroad of life. His entrance into Indian Cinema Movies scene had been heralded as the birth of a New Star whilst at the same time and he had lost the most important person in his life, his mother Nargis Dutt. Till the time Sunil Dutt overcome with his own grief, Sanjay (as said) went astray in trying to deal with these own personal losses. Rocky was Sanjay Dutt’s debut film that was produced by his father. Sanjay then became Dream Boy of many girls on the hit of the film Rocky. There were many ups and downs in the starting of his career, but Mahesh Bhatt's uplifted his career on the hit of Naam, this film also helped him in creating a new image in front of the people. Once again Subhash Ghai's directed film Vidhata and Khalnayak proved his acting talent, one in which he was child and in other a child who takes a wrong way to earn money. Saajan directed by Lawrence D'souza's was a big hit where he protrayed a lame poet. This film proved out that Sanjay was a good dancer too and he also proved himself in Thaneedar where he danced to the tunes of Taama Taama with co- star Madhuri Dixit. The song was a big hit and was appreciated at a high level base.
Sanjay Dutt's life was always in connection with media and they use to hanged surround him like his drug addiction then his actress wife late Richa Sharma suffering from Tumor or his involvment with anti - social parties and many more. But tough times never lasted for Sanjay. He is always backing in the Film Industry to give as many of hits. His old releases of Mahaanta directed by Afzal Khan that didn't do well at the box office. His releases with Ram Gopal Verma's Daud made people call him comeback kid. After being away for four years from the /Indian Cinema, Sanjay Dutt has made a grand comeback by giving out six releases, three hits, and two commission-earners. Sanjay Dutt was also called as the man of the hour in Bollywood History. Sanjay also tried his hands on comedy and was successful at a great extent. Films like Haseena Maan Jayegi, Chal Mere Bhai did well on box-office and again Sanju proved that he is all rounder. The success of Jodi No.1 and Haseena Maan Jaayegi made Sanju-Govinda and David Dhawan team a super hit. Sanjay Dutt who dances very little but his each step is heart throbing for his fans. Vaastav bagged him the well deserved Best actor Award. Films like Vaastav, Kurushetra and Pitaah proved the intensity and gravity of his acting. After being in thedark shadow for one and half decade since, Sanju again made a successful approach to the limelight. And wow! What a comeback with the films like Vaastav, Haseena Maan Jayegi and Daag The Fire . By this blockbuster he again banded the box-office and proved his versatile acting. The adorable hunk has jacked up his fee to an astounding 1.5 core per film. And yet, he is flooded with films – producers lining up in front of his bungalow, to sign him. He likes going to disco, Body building and every day he recite Hanuman Chalisa.
Hit Films to his credits are Munnabhai MBBS, Lage Raho Munnabhai, Vastav, Haseena Maan Jayegi, Khalnayak, Naam, etc.

Bollywood Profile of Govinda

Govinda was born to Arun Ahuja and Nirmala Arun Ahuja. He studied at Annasaheb Vartak College in Vasai, Maharashtra. He initially wanted to marry actress Neelam with whom he had made many films but she rejected his proposal. He married Sunita Govind Ahuja on 11 March 1987 and has two children with her.

He is the real and the proverbial Viraar ka chokra, who lived a sizeable part of his life in modest chawls of Mumbai.

Govinda was a gifted dancer and thought that he could get a place beside Mithun Chakraborty in Hindi films. All his earlier films focused on his dancing abilities.


In 2004, Govinda joined the Congress party, and was elected to the Lok Sabha, the lower House of Parliament from Mumbai with a thumping majority of beating the 5 time sitting MP by over 50000 votes.

In a run up to the polls, Govinda had announced that his agenda will be awaas (housing), prawaas (transportation), swasthya (health) and gyaan (education).

During the first ten months of his tenure as an Member of Parliament (MP), Govinda did not spend any money from his MP Local Area Development Fund of Rs. 20 million. He started utilizing his fund only when newspaper reports brought this to notice. According to the Thane district collectorate sources, Govinda committed Rs 7 to construct anganwadi, samaj mandirs and resolve drinking water problem of Vasai and Virar residents. However, work on these projects did not begin (as of August 2005), because administrative approval was being awaited. Govinda also took credit for 80% of the quadrupling of Borivli-Virar section on Western Railway (India).

His maiden speech in the Parliament, made during "zero hour", had to be stopped by the speaker, after he started ranting problems in North Mumbai.

As an MP, Govinda has been criticized for being inaccessible to the people of his constituency, especially during the terrible rains (beginning July 26, 2005) that left around 450 dead in Mumbai. After the rains, while speaking to a TV channel, Govinda claimed that he had got Rs 150 million sanctioned for his flood-hit constituency after speaking to Sonia Gandhi. However, his own party colleagues contested the claim. Mohan Adhikari, the president of Palghar Congress Unit went on record saying that "not a single paisa" had been received.


Birth name: Govind Arun Ahuja
Nickname: Chi Chi, Virar Ka Chokra
Date of Birth: 21 December 1958
Sign: Sagittarius
Height: 5'8" or 1.73 m
City: Punjab
Country: India
Mother: Nirmala Devi
Father: Arun Kumar Ahuja
Siblings: brother Kirti Kumar
Children: son and daughter
Marital status: married
Spouse: Sunita Ahuja
Favorite Drink: Cow's milk
Occupation: bollywood actor
Debut Film: Mit Jayenge Mitane Wale
Languages: hindi, English


K.C.Bokadia's next film - 2007
Rang Manche - 2007
Jewellery Box - 2007
Partner - 2006
Salaam E Ishq: A Tribute To Love - 2007
Bhagam Bhag - 2006
Sandwich (film) - 2006
Ssukh - 2005
Ek Aur Ek Gyarah - 2003
Three Roses - 2003
Chalo Ishq Ladaaye - 2002
Waah! Tera Kya Kehna - 2002
Pyaar Diwana Hota Hai - 2002
Kyo Kii... Main Jhuth Nahin Bolta - 2001
Albela - 2001
Jodi No. 1 - 2001
Aamdani Atthani Kharchaa Rupaiyaa - 2001
Hadh Kar Di Aapne - 2000
Joru Ka Ghulam - 2000
Maharaja - 2000
Achanak - 2000
Koun Roke Ga Mujhe - 2000

Shikari - 2000
Hum Tum Pe Marte Hain - 1999
Haseena Maan Jaayegi - 1999
Bade Miyan Chhote Miyan - 1998
Dulhe Raja - 1998
Deewana Mastana - 1997
Hero No. 1 - 1997
Saajan Chale Sasural - 1996
Coolie No. 1 - 1995
Dulaara - 1994
Raja Babu - 1994
Ekka Raja Rani - 1994
Jaan Se Pyara - 1992
Hum - 1991
Swarg - 1990
Izzat Dar - 1990
Maha-Sangram - 1990
Awaargi - 1990
Do Qaidi - 1989
Hatya - 1988
Jeete Hain Shaan Se - 1988
Love 86 - 1986
Ilzaam - 1986


1997 - Special Filmfare award for Saajan Chale Sasural
1998 - Lux Zee Cine Award for Best Actor in a Comedian role for Dulhe Raja
1998 - Special Videocon Screen award from Jury for overall performance
1999 - Zee Cine Award for Best Actor in a Comic Role for Bade Miyan Chote Miyan
1999 - Filmfare Best Comedian Award, Haseena Maan Jaayegi
2000 - Zee Cine Award for Best Actor in a Comic Role for Haseena Maan Jaayegi

Bollywood Profile of Akshay Kumar

Akshay Kumar, who is originally called Rajiv Hari Om Bhatia, is born on 7 Sep. His family consists of his dad, mom and one sis and he is called RAJ at home and AKKI by his close mates. Though his filmi career is not upto the mark, he is widely known as Khiladi Kmar in the Bollywood for the kind of man that he is, for his life style, for his affairs with a lot of career girls almost in a way to break up in the end. His success is the result of a combination of factors, but emoting in front of the camera isn't one of them. What is unusual about Akshay Kumar is that, unlike many other stars, he was not launched by a godfather, nor did he come from a film family. His entry into films was through the back door, through B-grade and C-grade films that were flooding the industry at that time. His first film, 'Saugandh' was with the not-so-hot south siren, Shanti Priya. Fortunately for the hero, who was considered to be a bad actor, he survived the test because of his dances and his stunts.

Akshay Kumar had set his sight on the big bad world of films while still in college. In the meantime, Akshay moved to Bangkok and ran a food stall for a while. He came back to Bombay at the turn of the decade and finally got his first film with Raj Sippy's 'Sangharsh (1991). He studied martial arts in Hong Kong and was sometimes referred to as the "Bruce Lee of India".
Although he perfectly knows for himself that he is not a great actor which he once confessed to the world. And may be that's why he wants to get the attention of the world in the other way. But AKSHAY KHILADI KUMAR has 55 films in his bag to date and has had sort of a relation with all the heroines cast opposite him thus establishing the phenomenon that his every fifth movie is worth either named or having a tag - KHILADI.

At 6'1", he looks handsome and keeps himself fit with a healthy stature but apart from his so called incapabilities in acting, he strives much harder in order to prove his mettle through a lot of hard work and determination. He rather seems to be lot more career - - oriented than the rest of the stars, the cause behind the effect being his flops at the box office.
His first love was, is and will always be martial arts. And through his films, he hopes to promote the art and is also contemplating a school for martial arts training. "I am so busy these days, I don't have time to teach martial arts but in another two to three years' time, I will open a martial arts school where I will teach people what I learnt in Thailand," he says determinedly.
He hurt his back while lifting a 350-pound wrestler (Brian Lee, known in the movie as The Undertaker), in the film Khiladiyon Ka Khiladi.

He is a big fan of Chinese martial artist and film star Jackie Chan.

Akshay Kumar is the first Indian actor to have been given a four-film-deal with Adlabs company.
His first big hits were mostly action films such as the Khiladi series, Mohra (1994) etc. He has also had success in romantic movies such as Yeh Dillagi (1994), Dhadkan (2000) and Andaaz (2003) .

In 2000 he starred in the comedy film Hera Pheri which was a huge hit. After that he did many successful comedies which include Awara Paagal Deewana (2002), Mujhse Shaadi Karogi (2004) and Garam Masala (2005).

Apart from his action and comedy roles he has done various dramatic roles in films such as Ek Rishta (2001), Bewafaa (2005) and Waqt: The Race Against Time (2005).

Most recently in June 2006, his release was Phir Hera Pheri, the sequel to Hera Pheri (2000) which has also been very successful at the box office.

In October 2006 his big release was Jaan-E-Mann which has not done as well as expected at the box office but he has got positive reviews from critics for his performance.

He is also in the television ad for the Xbox 360 in India with Yuvraj Singh.

He has been romantically linked to a few of his female co-stars, including Pooja Batra, Raveena Tandon, Rekha, Shilpa Shetty, Priyanka Chopra, and most recently Lara Dutta who is his female co-star in his upcoming film Bhagam Bhag. After being engaged to actress Twinkle Khanna, the daughter of veteran actors Rajesh Khanna and Dimple Kapadia, they finally married in January 14, 2001. Their son named Araav was born in September 15, 2002.

Bhool Bhulaiya
International Hera Pheri
Hey Baby
Namastey London
Bhagam Bhag
Garam Masala
Hum Ko Deewana Kar Gaye
Deewane Huye Pagal
Phir Hera Pheri
Mere Jeevan Saathi
Ab Tumhare Hawale Watan Saathiyo
Hatya: The Murder
Mujhse Shaadi Karogi
Meri Biwi Ka Jawaab Nahin
Aan: Men at Work
Police Force: An Inside Story
Ghar Grihasti
Talaash: The Hunt Begins...
Jaani Dushman: Ek Anokhi Kahani
Awara Paagal Deewana
Haan Maine Bhi Pyaar Kiya
Ek Rishtaa: The Bond of Love
Khiladi 420
Hera Pheri
International Khiladi
Dil To Pagal Hai
Mr. & Mrs. Khiladi
Lahu Ke Do Rang
Khiladiyon Ka Khiladi
Tu Chor Main Sipahi
Sab Se Bada Khiladi
Hum Hain Bemisaal
Zakhmi Dil
Nazar Ke Samne
Ikke Pe Ikka
Main Khiladi Tu Anari
Jai Kishen
Yeh Dillagi
Waqt Hamara Hai
Kayda Kanoon
Dil Ki Baazi
Mr. Bond


2002 - Filmfare Awards - Best Villain for Ajnabee
2002 - IIFA Awards - Best Villain for Ajnabee
2002 - Stardust Awards - Best Performance in a Negative Role for Ajnabee
2005 - IIFA Awards - Best Comedian for Mujhse Shaadi Karogi
2005 - Filmfare Awards - Best Comedian for Garam Masala
2005 - Global Indian Film Awards - Best Actor in Supporting Role - Mujhse Shaadi Karogi
2006 - Stardust Awards - Actor of The Year Award for Garam Masala
2006 - Star Screen Awards - Best Editor Award for Garam Masala & Deewane Huye Pagal

Bollywood Profile of Jiah Khan

Jiah Khan was born in the year 1988 February 20 in New York and brought up in London. She has been brought up single-handedly by her actress mother Rabia, who is originally from Lucknow.

There have also been rumours that Jiah Khan is the daughter of filmmaker Tahir Hussain, which makes her Aamir Khan's stepsister. Tahir Hussain does not deny that he shares a close friendship with Jiah's mother. "Rabiya is married to a man from Pakistan. She is a very close friend of mine, but I was never married to her. Jiah is not my daughter," he says. Jiah, on her part, was terribly upset when questioned about her parentage and she is making no bones about her resentment as being referred to as Aamir's step-sister.
The industry is all abuzz and talking about the eighteen-year old bubbling Jiah Khan who is making a debut with none other than Amitabh Bachchan in Ram Gopal Varma's 'Nishabd'.

Besides acting, Jiah has a passion for singing and has had formal training in classical opera. She knows as many as five different forms of dancing. Even as a 16-yr-old girl, Jiah began dabbling with music and almost came to the point of releasing an album. She knows how to play the piano and she recorded six pop numbers before she ran out of finance. Not just this, Jiah has been consistently learning different styles of dancing for the last nine years. Today she knows belly dancing, salsa, lambada, samba and Kathak.

But acting, Jiah insists, is her first love. Jiah says that she always knew in her mind that she would be an actress someday. She had been trying to get her foot in the Bollywood door for quite some years.

Initially, she was almost finalized for a Mahesh Bhatt film, but was replaced at the eleventh hour. Jiah was Mahesh Bhatt's first choice for 'Tumsa Nahin Dekha', which was eventually done by Dia Mirza. At that time, she had a brief relationship with Emraan Hashmi.

Bhatt is believed to have discovered Jiah when he was invited to tea in London by her mother. Bhatt is quoted as saying of Jiah, "She has real talent and a powerful screen presence. She is quick to learn and she's not just flirting with a career in the movies. She wants to make it to the top of the heap."

Talikng of Nishabd, Jiah got her lucky break with getting to work with Amitabh.

The film, not based on Vladimir Nabokov’s novel Lolita, has Jiah playing a girl of her own age. She falls in love with a much older man (Amitabh Bachchan). The movie’s shooting was recently completed in a very fast 20-day schedule, although Jiah wished it could have gone forever. She is back in London now. Explaining that her London teachers have been very supportive, she says, "They think the whole thing is amazing and some think it is quite funny. They have been supportive. I am taking A-levels in film studies and literature, so this experience will help a lot. My English literature teacher told me he always thought I would end up going into a Bollywood film.

For the time being, Jiah is biding her time as she cannot sign any new film until the release of Nishabd . In this period she plans to release a music album, an experimental fusion of pop and lounge music. Anyways, Welcome to Bollywood, Jiah.

Jiah Khan reveals the secret behind her sexuality.

The young and dynamic girl and perhaps the one of the most fortunate newcomers in Bollywood (because she has made her debut against the ace star of Hindi cinema, Mr. Amitabh Bacchhan), Jiah Khan reveals the media that what controls her sexuality. Jiah’s sensual acts in her movie ‘Nishabd’ have already created a great impact on the mind of viewers. She seems immensely sexy and seducing in Ramu’s new venture.

When Jiah was asked that what governs her sex appeal, Jiah gave a very unusual reply. She said that she is carried away by ‘sexual jewelry’. It is that wich makes her appear hot and sensational. In the movie Jiah is throughout wearing a long and loose chain in her neck. This chain caused a lot of problems to her but at no cost Jiah was ready to take it off from her neck. In response to question about the secret of the loose chain hanging in the neck, Jiah said "I call this chain' a sexual jewelry'. I do not separate it from me even for a single second. It actually controls my sexuality." Controls sexuality? Isn't it strange that a piece of jewelry works on her sexuality?

"Believe me. It keeps me in touch with the spiritual world also. This chain truly holds significance for me," said Jiah. She added that "In a way, it's a guide of my sexuality and spirituality. I like it when it hangs around my and rolls over my breasts. It touches my back and sometimes waist also."

However when Jiah was asked at for how long would she want to continue with that troublesome ornament in her neck, she replied, “I need this chain at this stage. But I have decided that once I grow mature, I'll get rid of it. May be at the age of 21 or 22. In fact my mother says that once I grow up I won't need it. I will be ready to face the world at the age of 21 or 22 so I have to wear it till then."

Bollywood Profile of Kangana Ranaut

Kangana Ranaut comes from the hill town of Manali in Himachal Pradesh. She did her schooling from Shimla.She born in 1987.

Studying as a science student in Shimla, Kangana had never thought that one day she would work in a film under a reputed banner in Bollywood. But she did harbour a dream of acting, a dream that brought her to Delhi where she learnt acting while doing theatre.

Then Kangana took another step and came to Mumbai to try her luck in films. Her lucky break did not come straightaway, but after a while when Kangana had already tried unsuccessfully to make an entry into the tinsel town.

It happened in September 2005, when Kangana was drinking coffee with one of her friends at a café in Mumbai. Filmmaker Anurag Basu , who had already directed a successful film, Murder , was keeping an open eye for the heroine of his next movie Gangster .

It was there Basu spotted Kangana and called her for the audition. Despite the fact that Kangana is not from a filmi background and has no real acting experience, Basu decided to cast her in his film. The rest, as they say, is history.



Bollywood Profile of Vidya Balan

Although born in Palakkad in Kerala in January 1, 1982, Vidya Balan grew up in Mumbai and attended St. Anthony's Girls High School, St. Xavier's College, Bombay and later the University of Mumbai. She graduated from college with a Sociology degree. She speaks several languages including Tamil, Malayalam, English, Hindi, and Bengali. She is a Tamil Iyer.

Her father PR Balan is the Vice President of ETC Channel and her mother is a home maker. She has an older sister, Priya. She loves Indian classical music from Shiv Kumar Sharma and Hariprasad Chaurasia to Shubha Mudgal and Kishori Amonkar.

When she was doing her MA from Mumbai University, she was offered a role in a Malayalam film titled Chakram with Mohanlal, one of Vidya’s favorite actors. However, the project was shelved mid-way and Vidya had to wait for few more years to make her movie debut.

She made her debut as a model in a Surf Excel advertisement in 1998. She has acted in scores of ad films, most of which were directed by Pradeep Sarkar.

A couple of months later, she featured in three music videos (again directed by Sarkar) for ‘Euphoria’, Shubha Mudgal and Pankaj Udhas.

Vidya Balan started work as an actress in the Malayalam movie Chakram, paired against Mohanlal, however the film was abandoned mid-way through production. After making her debut in television advertising as a model for a Surf Excel advertisement in 1998, she proceeded to do over 25 TV ads, (mostly directed by Pradeep Sarkar), followed with a variety of acting stints in music videos (Euphoria, Shubha Mudgal and Pankaj Udhas), Hindi TV soap operas (Hanste Khelte and Hum Paanch) and a Bengali movie, Bhaalo Theko, for which she won the Best Actress Anand Lok Puraskar award in Kolkata.

It was in Mumbai, during a pop concert, when filmmaker Vidhu Vinod Chopra approached her to play the female lead in his movie Parineeta, to be directed by Pradeep Sarkar.

Vidya had to go through 40 screen tests and 17 make-up shoots before she was finally chosen for the lead role in the film Parineeta.

Vidya has a very traditional Indian look in contrast to most of today's Bollywood starlets. She is associated with AmFar (Americans for AIDS Research) and Hale House, a home for children born with HIV and those affected by Drug Addiction. She also involves herself with the Harvard AIDS Institute, by Hosting Forums and participating in events throughout the year. No wonder that Vidya Balan is one of the most talked about names in Bollywood today.
Filmography :

Jhoom Barabar Jhoom (2007)
Shankardada Zindabad (2007)
Halla Bol (2007)
Hey Baby (2007)
Guru (2007)
Salaam E Ishq: A Tribute to Love (2007)
Dasavatharam (2006)
Rahgeer (2006)
Eklavya (2006)
Lage Raho Munnabhai (2006)
Parineeta (2005)
"Hum Paanch" (2000)
Hanste Khelte
Bhaalo Theko (2003)

Her Likes & Dislikes

Likes: indian classical music
Favorite films: DDLJ, Dil Se, One fine day
Favorite clothes: saris
Favorite food: home-cooked
Her hero: Amitabh Bachchan
Her heroine: Madhuri Dixit
Other facts: Vidya is spiritually inclined
Hobbies: reading - all of Paulo Coelho’s books, listening to music and watching films
Occupation: bollywood actress / fashion model
Debut Film: Bhaalo Theko
Languages: tamil, hindi, english, malayalam, Bengali

Awards :

Star Screen Award Most Promising Newcomer - Female, Parineeta (2005),
Filmfare Best Debut Award, Parineeta (2005)
Zee Cine Award Best Female Debut, Parineeta (2005)
IIFA Award Best Female Debut, Parineeta (2005)
Stardust Superstar of Tomorrow - Female, Parineeta (2005).
2005: Anand Lok Puraskar Award, Best Actress for Bhalo Theko

We wish her all the best for all her forthcoming movies.

Bollywood Profile of Vivek Oberoi

VIVEK OBEROI was born on 3rd September 1976 in Hyderabad, India. His father Suresh Oberoi was a Popular Actor of his times and his mother name is Shikha Oberoi (Yashodhara) . Vivek has an elder brother Prithviraj, younger Sister Meghna Oberoi and younger brother Anand Oberoi. Vivek is also called as ‘Tiger’ as pet name by his Family. Vivek was a student of Mayo College in Ajmer and later moved to London at an actor’s workshop where he was spotted by the director of New York University (NYU). From there Vivek was taken to New York City in order to complete his Masters Degree in Film Acting. Before making an entry in Film Industry as an Actor, he first wrote some of the Scripts and made his debut with Ram Gopal Varma’s directed ‘Company’ in 2002. The film as well as Vivek, both critically received good reviews. Vivek performance was appreciated with a great round applauded. Its is said that after Hrithik Roshan, the son of great producer Rakesh Roshan Vivek Oberoi was the only son of a Super-Star Actor Suresh Oberoi who Successfully managed to attract all the media and his fans attention towards him, few months before his debut film hitting out the theatres. For him it was an unconventional debut in "Company" that won him accolades from both the New-commers and the connoisseurs alike. Vivek Kept on winning hearts with his continuous super hit films as ‘Road’ opposite with Antara Mali, ‘Saathiya’ with Beautiful Rani Mukherjee and ‘Dum’ casting with Gorgeous Dia Mirza in 2002 and in all the hits films his mind-blowing performance was unforgettable for his fans and was appreciated with great respect. Then came a comedy film named ‘Masti’ in 2004 with C0-Stars like Aftab Shivdasani, Ritesh Deshmukh, Amrita Rao and Ajay Devgan. Followed by ‘Kyun Ho Gaya Na’ and Mani Ratnam’s directed film ‘Yuva’, both the roles were different form each other but Vivek managed to act very well in both the character. Then came Karan Johar’s ‘Kaal’ that was a suspense and thriller action movie casting opposite John Abraham, Esha Deol, Lara Dutta and Ajay Devgan. He had also participated in Mani Ratnam’s Stage Show at Netru, Indru in Naalai. Vivek was previously engaged to model Gurpreet Gill but the engagement didn’t work out and was broken for an unknown reason. Very Soon Vivek was seen dating the Most – talented and Gorgeous Actress Aishwarya Rai, but even their relationship failed to carry and was broken down. Vivek has a very humane side to him, he adopted and helped re-build a village, which was hit severely by the Tsunami. Vivek has many films in his kitty and he is one of the costliest stars in Bollywood Industry.
Vivek Oberoi had received many Awards for his Debut film ‘Company’ directed by Ram Gopal Varma in the year 2003. Firstly, he was awarded Filmfare Best Debut Award and Filmfare Best Supporting Actor Award for the Film Company. Nextly its was in Zee Cine Awards where he received Zee Cine Best Male Debut Award and Zee Cine Best Actor Award in a Supporting role – Male for Company. And at last, he was honored in Star Screen Awards as Most Promising New Comer – Male Award for Company. He was later nominated for Shaad Ali’s ‘Saathiya’ in the category of Filmfare Best Actor Award in 2004.

Bollywood Profile of Preity Zinta

She was born on 31st January 1975 in Shimla, Himachal Pradesh (India) as Aquarius her Zodiac sign. Preity’s real name is Preetam Singh Zinta, which originates her from a Sikh family. Durganand Zinta was father of Preity and was an officer in Indian Army. Her father and mother both had met an accident in which her father, Durganand Zinta died but eventually her mother Nilprabha Zinta was moved on to bedridden after this accident. Zinta has two brothers, Deepanker Zinta a year older and Manish Zinta a year younger respectively, as one of her brother is commissioned an officer in Indian Army. She decided to pursue psychology as earlier she was going to do English honours and attended Bombay University. After receiving a degree in criminal psychology from St.Bedes College, she stepped her career in modeling and even in commercial (add films) actress (was seen in Lyril’s soap ads). At first she was meant to make her acting with Shekhar Kapoor’s debut – Tara Rum Pum Pum opposite Hrithik Roshan but unfortunately it never happened to take off. Her first film should be Soldier but the reasoning of delaying, Dil Se (’98) released first. This film was her first attempt in which she gained Filmfare Best Award for her performance. Slowly, slowly her career has been taking the role; that of exactly a typical shinning star of Bollywood i.e. neither many hits nor many flops. The year’s highest grossing films- Koi… Mil Gaya & Kal Ho Naa Ho in (’03), she was best female leading role in two of these. As “Naina” in Kal Ho Naa Ho, for her fabulous acting she had received several awards and even Filmfare Best Actress Award too. Her averagely received Lakshya, box office hit Veer-Zara, both in (’04) and giving semi-hit Salaam Namaste (’05) gave her the biggest turned out overseas hits. She also joined the group of top stars (Shah Rukh Khan, Rani Mukherjee, Saif Ali Khan Arjun Rampal, and Priyanka Chopra) in Temptation 2004 concert, which had gained a huge success in all over the world. In May 2006, she had received an invitation to represents the Bollywood at Cannes Film Festival along with the great friend and a fantastic film director Karan Johar. They didn’t let go this opportunity from their hands, as they wanted to promote Karan Johar’s latestly film Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna in which Preity also stars. She has also written the three columns for BBC South Asia.
Preity Zinta expresses some of her feelings as follow:
Ambition: I want to know as performer, not a star.
Colour that defines me: “Electric blue –it’s so energizing.’’
Idols: Guru Dutt, Wahida Rehman, and Sridevi.
I am turned on by: Raw emotion.
I dig: Ice cream.
I desire: A villa in Southern France.
My Favourite actor: Al Pacino.
I am fascinated by: Nature.
Favourite Perfume: Envy, Gucci for Men.
Favourite outfit: String pajamas.
Favourite holiday spot: Greece, New Zealand and Vienna.
Best place to eat: My mum’s kitchen.
My complete man should be: A Raymond Man.
Preity Zinta made up her first Award by her Debut film ‘Dil Se’ in 1998. She also Received Best Female Debut Award and the Most Promising New-Comer Female Award for her next film ‘Soldier’ in the same year. In 2000 she received an special award title as ‘Queen of Hearts’. In 2001, her talent and potential of work in the film ‘Kya Kehna’ presented her Sansui Best Actress Award. In 2003 she had two Super-duper hit films; Rakesh Roshan’s ‘Koi….. Mil Gaya’ casting Preity Zinta, Hrithik Roshan and Rekha which awarded her Asian Guild Award in the nomination of Best Actress for ‘Koi..… Mil Gaya’. Secondly Karan Johar’s ‘Kal Ho Na Ho’ casting Preity Zinta, Shah Rukh Khan and Saif Ali Khan. She proved out her talent and ability in ‘Kal Ho Na Ho’ and achieved many award’s in the category of Superstar of the Year – Female, Star of the Year Award, Pogo Awards in the nominations of “Most Amazing Actress”, Sansui Best Actress Award, MTV Immies Best Actress Award and also one Filmfare and one Star Screen Awards in the category of Best Actress for ‘Kal Ho Na Ho’ in 2003. In 2004 she received the Star Diva of the year Award and became the Diva – Celebrity of the Bollywood Industry. She was also awarded once again Star of the Year Award but this time it was for the flim ‘Veer-Zara’. She also received Jodi No. 1 Award with Shah Rukh Khan and BBC Film Café’s Best Actress Award for ‘Veer-Zaara’ in 2004. She was honoured the IIFA Idea Glamorous Star Award at IIFA in 2005.

Om Shanti Om (2007)
The Last Lear (2007)
Jhoom Barabar Jhoom (2007)
Jaan-E-Mann (2006)
Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna (2006)
Krrish (2006)
Alag (2006)
Salaam Namaste (2005)
Khullam Khulla Pyaar Karen (2005)
Veer-Zaara (2004)
Dil Ne Jise Apna Kaha (2004)
Lakshya (2004)
Kal Ho Naa Ho (2003)
Koi... Mil Gaya (2003)
Armaan (2003)
The Hero: Love Story of a Spy (2003)
Dil Hai Tumhaara (2002)
Yeh Raaste Hain Pyaar Ke (2001)
Dil Chahta Hai (2001)
Chori Chori Chupke Chupke (2001)
Farz (2001)
Mission Kashmir (2000)
Har Dil Jo Pyar Karega... (2000)
Kya Kehna (2000)
Dillagi (1999)
Sangharsh (1999)
Raja Kumarudu (1999)
Premante Idera (1998)
Soldier (1998)
Dil Se.. (1998)