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Bollywood Profile of Naseeruddin Shah


Naseeruddin Shah

Other names: Nasiruddin Shah
Date of Birth: 20 July 1950
Height: 5'10" or 1.78 m
City: Delhi
Country: India
Children: daughter Heeba Manara Shah
Marital status: married
Spouse: Ratna Pathak
Education: National School of Drama in Delhi, Film and Television Institute of India
Occupation: bollywood actor/director
Debut Film: Nishaant

Shah showed interest in an acting career from his childhood. He graduated from the National School of Drama in 1973 and enrolled in the Film and Television Institute of India the same year.

After watching Geoffrey Kendall's theatre group, Shakespeareana perform at his school, Naseeruddin Shah was very impressed with the art of acting. He joined the Pune Film Institute and in 1975, Shyam Benegal offered him 'Nishaant'. His debut film was followed by several supporting roles in Shyam Benegal's films.His major break through came with 'Junoon' in 1979 where he played the character of a hotheaded revolutionary and with 'Aakrosh' as the activist lawyer. His subsequent films, 'Masoom', 'Khandhan', 'Paar', 'Katha', `Sparsh` and 'Pestonjee' established him as an actor par excellence.

However his stint with commercial cinema in films like 'Tridev', 'Mohra', and 'Najayaz' did not make much demand on his talent. And today, Naseeruddin Shah is busy doing theatre and also teaching at acting workshops. His recent performance in `Sarfarosh` as a muslim with divided loyality has come in for a lot of praise.

His wife Ratna Pathak Shah and daughter Heeba Manara Shah have also graduated from the National School of Drama (1981 and 1999 batches respectively).

He retained his Muslim name and did not adapt a Hindu screen name (which was done by some popular actors, most notably Dilip Kumar) owing to a promise he made his father [citation needed].

Lt Gen Zameer Uddin Shah , brother of Naseeruddin Shah was appointed the Deputy Chief of Army Staff , Indian Army on Oct 1st 2006.

Awards :

1980: National Film Awards for Best Actor, Sparsh
1980: Filmfare Best Actor Award, Aakrosh
1981: Filmfare Best Actor Award, Chakra
1983: Filmfare Best Actor Award, Masoom
1985: National Film Awards for Best Actor, Paar
1984: The Volpi Cup (Award for Best Actor) at Venice Film Festival for Paar
1987: Padma Shri, India's fourth highest civilian award
2000: IIFA Award - Artistic Excellence for Performance in a Negative Role for Sarfarosh
2003: Padma Bhushan, India's third highest civilian award
2004: 7th International Film Festival of Mumbai - Award for contribution to Indian cinema


FILMOGRAPHY:

Amal
Sashank
Omkara
Krrish
Mixed Doubles
Ek Dhun Banaras Kee
Parzania
Being Cyrus
Home Delivery
Iqbal
Paheli
The Great New Wonderful
Valley of Flowers
Asambhav
Main Hoon Na
Maqbool
The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen
3 Deewarein (3 Walls)
Encounter: The Killing
The Tragedy of Hamlet
Moksha
Kasam
Monsoon Wedding
Mujhe Meri Biwi Se Bachaao
Guru Mahaaguru
Gaja Gamini
Hey Ram
Tune Mera Dil Le Liya
Bhopal Express
Sarfarosh
Sar Utha Ke Jiyo
Bombay Boys
Such a Long Journey
China Gate
Dand Nayak
Dhoondte Reh Jaaoge!
Daava
Lahu Ke Do Rang
Agni Chakra
Private Detective: Two Plus Two Plus One
Rajkumar
Himmat
Chaahat
Takkar
Naajayaz
Mr. Ahmed
Mohra
Ponthan Mada
Droh Kaal
Triyacharitra
Sir
Bedardi
Game
Hasti
Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa
Lootere
Chamatkar
Vishwatma
Daku Aur Police
Electric Moon
Tehelka
Time Machine
Lakshmanrekha
Ek Ghar
Mane
Shikari
Chor Pe Mor
Police Public
Khoj
Tridev
Hero Hiralal
Rihaee
The Perfect Murder
Zulm Ko Jala Doonga
Libaas
Maalamaal
Mirza Ghalib
Pestonje
Ijaazat
Jalwa
Yeh Woh Manzil To Nahin
Karma
Genesis
Shart
Ek Pal
Musafir
Trikal: (Past, Present, Future)
Aghaat
Ghulami
Khamosh
Mirch Masala
Khandhar
Lorie
Holi
Maan Maryaada
Mohan Joshi Hazir Ho!
Paar
Party
Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro
Woh 7 Din
Ardh Satya
Haadsa
Katha
Mandi
Masoom
Dil... Akhir Dil Hai
Aadharshila
Bazaar
Sitam
Swami Dada
Tahalka
Tajurba
Chakra
Bezubaan
Sazaye Maut
Umrao Jaan
Hum Paanch
Sparsh
Aakrosh
Albert Pinto Ko Gussa Kyon Ata Hai
Bhavni Bhavai
Shaayad
Sunayana
Junoon
Bhumika: The Role
Manthan
Nishaant

Bollywood profile of Raj Babbar


A stage artiste in Delhi, Raj Babbar was 'discovered' by Prakash Mehra and was even signed for 'Namak Halal', and later, for `Shakti', but was dropped at the last moment. It was left to B R Chopra to introduce Raj Babbar in a totally negative but very noteworthy role in 'Insaaf Ka Tarazu' (1980). Babbar, however, did not remain confined to negative characters and played a variety of roles in films like 'Nikaah' (1982), 'Mazdoor', 'Naukar Biwi Ka' (1983)and 'Aaj ki Awaaz' (1984), besides nondescript films like 'Poonam' and 'Prem Geet' (1981).

He fell in love with Smita Patil during 'Bheegi Palkein' (1982) and they did several films together: 'Kanoon Meri Muthi Mein', 'Pet, Pyar aur Paap' and 'Shapath' (1984), 'Hum Do, Hamare Do', 'Jawaab' and 'Mera Ghar, Mere Bache' (1985), 'Teesra Kinara' (1986) and 'Waaris', which was released two years after her death.

Babbar's other films include 'Salma' (1985), 'Jhoothi' (1986) and 'Sansar' (1987). The Babbars also produced 'Karamyodha' (1992).

He married Nadira Babbar and also late Smita Patil. Arya Babbar and Juhi Babbar are two children from Nadira Babbar. After the birth of Smita's son Prateek Babbar, she died after few days. After her death Raj Babbar patched up with his first wife Nadira Babbar. Although Prateek Babbar lives with the family of Raj Babbar's in-laws. Raj Babbar was also linked with Rekha soon after the death of Smita Patil.

He joined Samajwadi Party and got himself involved in politics and became Member of Parliament of India for three times. Currently M.P. (Lok Sabha) from Agra. Due to some controversies with Amar Singh, Babbar got suspended from Samajwadi Party eventually losing to Amar Singh. Raj Babbar emphasized "socialism" the basis of formation of Samajwadi Party, however Amar Singh has star power which brings lot of influence and money-power which is critical for survival in the political system of India. Later he joined with former Prime Minister of India V. P. Singh who functions under an outfit names as Jan Morcha.


FILMOGRAPHY :


Qissa Kursi Ka (1977)

Asha (1980)

Aap to aise na the (1980)

JAZBAAT (1980)

SAAJAN MERE MEIN SAAJAN KI (1980)

Sau Din Saas Ke (1980)

Nazrana Pyar Ka (1980)

Insaaf Ka Tarazu (1980)

ARMAAN (1981)

Kalyug (1981)

HUM PAANCH (1981)

RAAZ (1981)

POONAM (1981)

PREM GEET (1981)

YEH RISHTA NA TOOTE (1981)

Umrao Jaan (1981)

Tajurba (1981)

Armaan (1981)

DULHA BIKTA HAI (1982)

DAULAT (1982)

BHEEGI PALKEN (1982)

AAPAS KI BAAT (1982)

JEEVAN DHARA (1982)

LAKSHMI (1982)

NIKAAH (1982)

AWAM (1982)

ARPAN (1983)

AGAR TUM NA HOTE (1983)

ACHCHA BURA (1983)

MAIN AWARA HOON (1983)

MAZDOOR (1983)

KALKA (1983)

MEHANDI (1983)

NAUKAR BIWI KA (1983)

PANCHWIN MANZIL (1983)

RISHTA KAGAZ KA (1983)

AAJ KI AWAZ (1984)

ANAND AUR ANAND (1984)

INTEHA (1984)

JEENE NAHIN DOONGA (1984)

KANOON MERI MUTTHI MEIN (1984)

MAATI MAANGE KHOON (1984)

PET PYAR AUR PAAP (1984)

SHAPATH (1984)

AITBAAR (1985)

DURGA (1985)

EK CHITTHI PYAR BHARI (1985)

HAQEEQAT (1985)

HUM DO HAMARE DO (1985)

JAWAB (1985)

LAVAA (1985)

MAHA SHAKTIMAAN (1985)

MERAA GHAR MERE BACHCHE (1985)

ULTA SEEDHA (1985)

YAAR KASAM (1985)

ANGAAREY (1986)

GEHRI CHOT (1986)

DAHLEEZ (1986)

KIRAYEDAR (1986)

TEESRA (1986)

TRIVENI (1986)

AWAAM (1987)

INSAANIYAT KE DUSHMAN (1987)

JAAN HATHELI PE (1987)

MIRCH MASALA (1987)

MUQADDAR KA FAISLA (1987)

SANSAR (1987)

ANDHA YUDH (1988)

HUM FARISHTE NAHIN (1988)

KABZAA (1988)

KANWARLAL (1988)

MAHAVEERA (1988)

MERA FARZ (1988)

MERA MUQADDAR (1988)

NAMUMKIN (1988)

RAMA -O-RAMA (1988)

VIJAY (1988)

WARIS (1988)

ZAKHMI AURAT (1988)

AASMAN SE OONCHA (1989)

ANDHERGARDI (1989)

HISAAB KHOON KA (1989)

HUM BHI INSAAN HAIN (1989)

MOHABBAT KA PAIGHAM (1989)

PAANCH FAULADI (1989)

SURYA (1989)

AAJ (1990)

AAJ KE SHEHANSHAH (1990)

AGNEEKAAL (1990)

AMEERI GAREEBI (1990)

GHAYAL (1990)

SHADYANTRA (1990)

SHERA SHAMSHERA (1990)

DEEP (1991)

GUNEHGAR KAUN (1991)

KANOON KI ZANJEER (1991)

KASAM KALI KI (1991)

MARHI KA DEEP (1991)

AAJ KA GUNDARAJ (1992)

KAL KI AWAZ (1992)

KARM YODDHA (1992)

TOUHEEN (1992)

WAQT KA BADSHAH (1992)

AULAD KE DUSHMAN (1993)

DALAAL (1993)

MAYA MEMSAAB (1993)

RUDAALI (1993)

ANDAZ (1994)

JANAM SE PEHLEY (1994)

MR. AZAD (1994)

FAUJI (1995)

GAMBLER (1995)

HUKUMNAMA (1995)

SARHAD (1995)

Yaraana (1995)

MAAHIR (1996)

YEH MAJDHAAR (1996)

GUNDA GARDI (1997)

Gupt (1997)

Itihaas (1997)

Qahar (1997)

Ziddi (1997)

Achanak (1998)

Maharaja (1998)

PREM AGGAN (1998)

DAAG THE FIRE (1999)

Baaghi (2000)

SHAHEED UDHAM SINGH (2000)

INDIAN (2001)

KYAA DIL NE KAHAA (2002)

TALAASH (2002)

Jaani Dushman: Ek Anokhi Kahani (2002)

THE LEGEND OF BHAGAT SINGH (2002)

LOC Kargil (2003)

POLICE FORCE (2004)

SHEEN (2004)

SHIKAARr - The Musical Thriler (2004)

Bunty Aur Babli (2005)

HASEENA (2005)

Ek Jind Ek Jaan (2006)

Bollywood Profile of Anil Kapoor


Full Name: Anil Kapoor
Profession: Actor
Star Sign: Capricorn
DOB: December 24, 1959
Place of Birth: Chembur, Maharashtra, India
Height: 5'11"
Weight: 165 lbs
Measures: Size in Shirts & Jackets (European) 40, Waist 29-30 inches
Hair: Black
Eyes: Black
Family: Married to Sunita, daughters Sonam and Rhea, son Harshwardhana
Brothers Sanjay (Actor) and Boney (Producer)
His sister Reena is living in Delhi
Address:31 Shrinagar Presidency
Gulmohar Cross Rd. No7, JVPD Scheme
Mumbai 400 049
Famous For: 3 super hits in a row, Mr. India, Tezaab, Ram Lakhan...

Did you know? Anil Kapoor's forte has always been his willingness to place his bets on the

long shot at immortality. Such as 1999 super hit, Hum Aapke Dil Mein Rehte Hain,

Biwi No. 1 and now TAAL.
Famous Dialogue: "Na pyar, na dosti, na ishq, na mohabbat, nope. Dil ka khel bataaiye, dil mat

dijiye. Hum dard bechte hain kareedte nahin hain" - Taal
Most Serious Role(s): In "Ladla" playing the role of a son. Anil Kapoor excelled in emotions in this

movie.
Funniest Role: In "Deewana Mastana" with Johny Lever and Govinda. Especially that drunken act

with Johnny Lever in Deewana Mastana



Likes & Dislikes of Anil Kapoor:

Turn ons: My wife Sunita
Turn offs: Women who wear kilos of make-up
Car in school: None
Car now: Blue Mitsubishi Lancer
Favourite TV show: The American TV serial Friends... and CNN news
On what occasions do you lie: Lie? Who me?
Memorable moments: My wedding day... the release day of Woh Saat Din
Philosophy of life: Chill out, defrost, take it easy
On a blind date you’d go out with: Gwyneth Paltrow
Secret ambition: To make a film like Schindler’s List
If you were a burglar you’d steal: The scripts and lyrics of Javed Akhtar
You’d like to be reborn as: Boney Kapoor
Favourite night activity: Sleeping
Allergies: Hypocrites
Favourite drink: Water
Terrified of: My kids who keep criticising me
Recurring dream: That’s I’m playing in test cricket
Favourite book: Ayn Rand’s Fountainhead
Vegetable you resemble most: Mooli
One role you’d give your eye and teeth for: Jack Nicholson’s in One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest



Anil has many film industry connections. His father, Surinder Kapoor, is a film producer. His brother, Boney Kapoor, is a producer, younger brother Sanjay Kapoor is also a well known Bollywood actor though not as successful. He is the brother-in-law of the actress Sridevi with whom he had starred in many films.


The Kapoor Brothers are related somehow to the Raj Kapoor dynasty. They are distant cousins. Anil's father was Prithviraj Kapoor's country cousin. Anil and family, come from Chembur.

His sister Reena is married to Sandeep Marwah of the famous Marwah Films & Video Studios in Noida Film City.

Anil's daughter, Sonam Kapoor, is starring in a film with Rishi Kapoor's son, Ranbir Kapoor.

Anil started his career with Woh Saat Din starring himself, Padmini Kolhapure and Naseerudhin Shah in lead role. Andar Baahar, Maashal, Shakti were major hit which were opposite established stars Dilip Kumar, Amitabh Bachchan and Jackie Shroff. Eshwar and Saheb were family oriented movie's which had a heart touching theme. Yudh and Kaala Bazaar were flop movies. Subhash Ghai's Karma gave Anil Kapoor a chance to show his talents.

FILMOGRAPHY :


Tashan - 2008
No Entry 2 - 2008
Shashank (the hero) - 2008
Shortcut - The con is on - 2007
Salaam E Ishq: A Tribute To Love - 2007
Humko Deewana Kar Gaye - 2006
My Wife's Murder - 2005
Chocolate - 2005
No Entry - 2005
Bewafaa - 2005
Musafir - 2004
Calcutta Mail - 2003
Armaan - 2003
Rishtey - 2002
Om Jai Jagadish - 2002
Badhaai Ho Badhaai - 2002
Lajja - 2001
Nayak - 2001
Karobaar- 2000
Hamara Dil Aapke Paas Hai - 2000
Pukar - 2000
Bulandi - 2000
Taal - 1999
Mann - 1999
Biwi No.1 - 1999
Hum Aapke Dil Mein Rehte Hain - 1999
Jhooth Bole Kauwa Kaate - 1998
Kabhi Na Kabhi - 1998
Gharwali Baharwali - 1998
Deewana Mastana - 1997
Chandralekha - 1997
Judaai - 1997
Virasat - 1997
Mr. Bechara - 1996
Loafer - 1996
Rajkumar - 1996
Trimurti - 1995
Mr. Azaad - 1994
Andaz - 1994
Laadla - 1994
1942: A Love Story - 1993
Roop Ki Rani Choron Ka Raja - 1993
Gurudev - 1993
Apradhi - 1992
Humlaa - 1992
Zindagi Ek Juaa - 1992
Beta - 1992
Heer Ranjha - 1992
Lamhe - 1991
Pratikar - 1991
Benaam Badsha - 1991
Jigarwala - 1991
Jamai Raja - 1991
Khel - 1991
Jeevan Ek Sangharsh - 1990
Amba - 1990
Awaargi - 1990
Ghar Ho To Aisa - 1990
Kishen Kanhaiya - 1990
Aag Se Khelenge - 1989
Abhimanyu - 1989
Rakhwala - 1989
Eeshwar - 1989
Joshilay - 1989
Kala Bazaar - 1989
Parinda - 1989
Ram Lakhan - 1989
Ram-Avtar - 1988
Kasam - 1988
Inteqam - 1988
Sone Pe Suhaaga - 1988
Tezaab - 1988
Vijay - 1988
Thikana - 1987
Hifazat - 1987
Mr. India - 1987
Itihaas - 1987
Karma - 1986
Pyar Kiya Hai Pyar Karenge - 1986
Janbaaz - 1986
Aap Ke Saath - 1986
Chameli Ki Shaadi - 1986
Pyaar Ka Sindoor - 1986
Insaaf Ki Awaaz - 1986
Kahan Kahan Se Guzar - 1986
Meri Jung - 1985
Yudh - 1985
Saaheb - 1985
Mohabbat - 1985
Love Marriage - 1984
Andar Baahar - 1984
Laila - 1984
Mashaal - 1984
Woh 7 Din - 1983
Pallavi Anu Pallavi - 1983
Shakti - 1982
Hum Paanch - 1980
Vamsa Vriksham - 1980
Ek Baar Kaho - 1980
Hamare Tumhare - 1979


FILMFARE AWARDS :

1985 - Best Actor in Supporting Role - Mashaal - Won
1988 - Best Actor - Tezaab - Won
1992 - Best Actor - Beta - Won
1998 - Critics Award for Best Performance - Virasat - Won
2000 - Best Supporting Actor - Taal - Won

1986 - Best Actor - Meri Jung – Nominated
1989 - Best Actor - Eeshwar - Nominated
1991 - Best Actor - Lamhe - Nominated
1994 - Best Actor - 1942 A Love Story - Nominated
1995 - Best Actor in Supporting Role - Trimurti - Nominated
1997 - Best Actor - Virasat - Nominated
1999 - Best Performance in Comic Role - Biwi No. 1 - Nominated
2000 - Best Actor - Pukar - Nominated
2005 - Best Performance in Comic Role - No Entry - Nominated

Anil Kapoor has also won two IIFA Awards, two Screen Awards, and a Zee Cine Award.

In 2001, Anil Kapoor won the National Film Award for Best Actor for Pukar.

Bollywood profile of Esha Deol


Esha Deol was born on 2nd November 1982 in India. Esha is the daughter of, Hema Malini the Most-Fabulous Actress who is also titled as ‘Dreamgirl’ in the Bollywood History of Cinema and Most Talented Actor, Dharmendra who has a sweet name given by his fans as ‘Dharam Paaji’. Esha has a Sweet-sister named, Ahana Deol who is an Excellent Classical Dancer in the moves of Bharat-Natyam. Her so-called brothers as Sunny Deol, Bobby Deol and Abhay Deol are well-Known Actors in the Industry for their Charming looks, Dashing Personality and their Acting Talent. Esha’s Grandmother Jaya Chakravarthy was a film Producer.

Esha was a Student of Jamnabai Narsee High School. Before turning towards her Acting Career, she was a Natinla Level Football player. Esha Entered in the Bollywood Industry with, Koi Mere Dil Se Pooche as her Debut film in 2001. Though the movie didn’t recieved good reveiws at the Box-office and from the Film Industry, but Esha’s performance was liked and appreciated a lot by Audiences. Esha then received her first Award as Lux New Face Award of the Year for this movie. After this Achievement, her luck failed for the next two years and all her films like ‘Kya Dil Ne Kaha’ in 2002 , ‘Chura Liya Hai Tumne’ in 2003 and ‘Kuch To Hai’ in 2003 were flopped.

Then it was Yash Chopra’ Dhoom in 2004 which was a Blockbuster hit for her and some of her Co-Stars. It changed her life and finallized her hard work and talent in the film. The song ‘Dhoom Machale’ performed by Esha was a Super-Duper hit song of the year and the track beats of Dhoom Background Theme was prepared by former Sound Masters – Salim Suleman was an unforgettable music for her fans. This Multi-talented Actress had then settled the storm in the film Industry. This fame gave her oppurtunity to work next movie very soon produced by Karan Johar’s and Shah Rukh Khan’s ‘Kaal’ in 2004. In 2005, Boney Kapoor’s ‘No Entry’ that grossed out the biggest profitable amount at the Box-office.

Esha also did justice with her role played in VENKY'S Rock ‘Dus’ which was a Hit Action and Thriller film at the Box-office. Esha is also set to be seen in her mother's next directorial film casting with Gorgeous Rekha and little Handsome Abhishek Bachchan. She will also cast a role with her mother together for the first time in her forth - coming movie. Esha Deol is also rumored to play the role of Basanti in the movie Sholay which is pre-production of the year 2007. It is also said that this role was first handled to Actress Kajol to play the role of Basanti for the film ‘Sholay’ in 2007.

AWARDS: -

Esha first Award was for Debut Film ‘Koi Mere Dil Se Pooche’ at the Filmfare in the category of Filmfare Best Debut Award – Actress in 2003. Esha had also given the Star Screen Award for Most Promising Newcomer – Female again for ‘Koi Mere Dil Se Pooche’ in 2003.

In 2005, Esha was nominated in the category of Best Actress in a Supporting Role Award for the Blockbuster Hit Film ‘Dhoom’ in Filmfare as well as Star Screen Awards. Her next Award was presented in the same category of Best Actress in a Supporting Role, but for the film ‘Main Aisa Hi Hoon’ in 2006.

ESHA FAVOURITE QUOTE: -

Full Name: Esha Deol

Favorite Bollywood Actress: Kajol.

Favorite Hollywood Actress: Julia Roberts.

Dream About: The Impossible.

Favorite Perfume: Estee Lauder's Pleasure.

Favorite Eating Place: Her Dinning table.

Favorite Holiday Spot: London.

Love Food: Spicy food.

A Fan of: Sylvester Stallone.

Love Watching: A fight.

Favorite Movie: Stop Or Mom Will Shoot.

Love hanging out at: My best friend's place.

Likes: Listening lot of music, Working out.

FILMOGRAPHY:-

Dhoom 3
Cash
Darling
Honeymoon
Just Married
Mera Dil Leke Dekho
Ankahee
Pyare Mohan
Shaadi No. 1
No Entry
Dus
Main Aisa Hi Hoon
Kaal
Insaan
Dhoom
Ayitha Ezhuthu
Yuva
LOC Kargil
Chura Liyaa Hai Tumne
Kucch To Hai
Kyaa Dil Ne Kahaa
Na Tum Jaano Na Hum
Koi Mere Dil Se Poochhe

Bollywood Profile of Ayesha Takia


She was born on 20th August 1986 in Mumbai. Ayesha was born in high class family, made a habit of speaking english which was good for her educational as well as professional life. But she required a good hindi tones towards her acting career. For her speaking fluently hindi language was a slight difficult and a challenging one too. She even had to learn Hindi to perform them in her roles. Before becoming an Actress of Bollywood she was a photographic model by profession. She practised modelling when she was just four years old. Later on, at the age of fifteen years she appeared in Falguni Pathak’s Music Video titled as Meri Chunar Udd Udd Jaye. She was then very confident about her acting and her next super hit Music Video ‘Shake it Daddy’ gave her an entry into Bollywood. Ayesha then signed a contract for her first film ‘Socha Na Tha’ opposite Actor Abhay Deol. Very soon she got another opportunity for her next film ‘Tarzan :The Wonder Car’. Just because of delays in completing the shots of ‘Socha NA Tha’ made ‘Tarzan : The Wonder Car ‘ to release first and was called Ayesha Takia’s debut film. Maximum of her acted movies had failed to make up at the box-office. Her work was kept unnoticing by the Industry because of her continuous flopped films. She then made up her mind in acting in Telgu film Industry. Ayesha was awarded Filmfare Best Debut Award for her performance in the film ‘Taarzan’ in 2004. She had then worked with directors of ‘Dil Maange More’ , ‘Shaadi No.1’, ‘Home Delivery’ , ‘Shaadi Se Pehle’ and ‘Yun Hota To Kya Hota’ in which her performance was appreciated especially in ‘Shaadi Se Pehle’ with Actor Akshay Khanna and Ritesh Deshmukh and Sexy, Stunning Actress Malaika Sherawat. The Channel Zoom, an Indian T.V. channel conducted a poll in which Ayesha Takia was listed amongst the Top Ten in India's 50 Most Desirable Women Alive. She will be very soon seen in her up coming films like ‘Dor’ playing a character of a widow and in a Romantic Movie titled as ‘ Salaam – E – Ishq’ casting with Aksahy Khanna, Salman Khan, John Abraham, Anil Kapoor, Juhi Chawla and may more

AYESHA TAKIA ‘S Personal Profile :

Fullname: AYESHA TAKIA.
Date of Birth: 20th August 1986.
Sign: Leo.
City: Mumbai, Maharashtra.
Mother: Half British and Half Maharashtrian.
Father: Gujarati.
Nationality: Indian.
Marital status: Single.
Boyfriend: Farhaan Azmi, Son of M.P Abu Asim Azmi.
Likes: Music.
Favorite Recipe: Pure Vegetarian.
Favorite color: Electric Blue.
Favorite Hero: Ghulam Ali.
Favorite Heroine: Abeeda Parveen.
Other facts: Getting retired from Acting after Marriage.
Hobbies: Reading Books.

FILMOGRAPHY :

Sunday
Blood Brothers
Aladdin
No Smoking...!
Kya Love Story Hai
De Taali
Fool and Final
Salaam E Ishq: A Tribute To Love
Dor
Yun Hota To Kya Hota
Shaadi Se Pehle
Home Delivery
Shaadi No. 1
Super
Socha Na Tha
Vaadu Nenu
Dil Maange More!!!
Taarzan: The Wonder Car

AWARDS :

2004 - Filmfare Best Debut Award for Taarzan
2004 - IIFA Best Debut Award for Taarzan
2005 - Sabse Favourite Kaun Award for Best Nayi Heroine
2006 - Star Screen Award Best Actress Award (critics) for Dor
2007 - Stardust Best Supporting Actress Award for Dor
2007 - BFJA Awards Best Actress for Dor
2007 - Zee Cine Award best Actress (critics) , with Gul Panag for Dor

Bollywood Profile of Urmila Matondkar


Urmila Matondkar was born on 4th February 1974 in Mumbai, India. Urmila is a daughter of a College Professor. Urmila was brilliant in her Academics during her school days and was also awarded a Scholarship when she was studding in 4th Standard. Urmila had entered the Film Industry since her childhood days and was counted in the list of Child Artist in 1980 and 1983 after the Blockbuster hit film ‘Kalyug’ and ‘Masoom’.

Later on growing big her performance in her debut film directed by N. Chandra’s ‘Narasimha’ in 1991 with Actor Turned Co-Host in T.V. Serial Shows, Ravi Bhel, Actress Dimple Kapadia and Actor Sunny Deol actually made her a well – deserved Actress in the Film Industry. But Urmila feels that her fantasy films were ‘Chamatkar’ with The King Actor Shah Rukh Khan and Naseeruddin Shah in 1992 and ‘Shreeman Aashique’ with Rishi Kapoor and Anupam Kher in 1993. And in both the films she received excellent compliments from her fans and The Film Faternity.

Urmila believes that she lack out in her luck factor as well as in the Best Wishes in the entire Struggling days of her Career. She many flops films in her acting career like ‘Kanoon’ and ‘Aa Gale Lag Ja’ in 1994, ‘Daud ‘ and ‘Aflatoon’ in 1997, ‘Kudrat’ and ‘Chota Chetan’ in 1998, ‘Hum Tum Pe Maret Hain’ ; ‘Kaun’ ; ‘Janam Samjha Karo’ ; ‘Dillagi’ and ‘Khoobsurat’ in 1999, ‘Jungle’ ; ‘Deewane’ and ‘Kunwara’ in 2000. In 2003 its was ‘Tehzeeb’ with Actor Arjun Rampal which failed at the Box-office. Her work in the film ‘Banaras’ with Ashmit Patel in 2006 was based on the rituals and Superstitions which was also a flop film.

But Every one has some of its Golden Moment Times in Life To Enjoy. And Yes even Urmila had enjoyed some these Times though it had taken a long time but finally came in her life. It started with release of Ram Gopal Verma’s ‘Rangeela’ in 1995 with opposite Jackie Shroff and Actor Aamir Khan. Her Magnificent performance and Acting listed up in her for the first time in the Filmfare Best Actress Award Category. Her next suprising Role was seen in the film ‘Satya’ in 1998. The story of this film was based on a modest girl whose boyfriend playing a titular character named (Satya) gets stucked into the Bombay Underworld.

After this movie she started playing roles making an impact in most notably films like ‘Pinjar’ with Manoj Bajpai in 2000, Ram Gopal Verma's ‘Bhoot’ with Actor Ajay Devgan in 2003. She once again gave a terrific performance in the movie ‘Ek Hasina Thi’ with Saif Ali Khan in 2004. Her Rocking performance and acting talent in ‘Maine Gandhi Ko Nahi Mara’ casting Anupam Kher in 2005. This film was based on a man accused of Gandhi’s Murder. She then had a Super hit Blockbuster hit film directed by Onir titled as ‘Bas Ek Pal’ in 2006 casting with Co-stars like Juhi Chawla , Sanjay Suri and Jimmy Shergill. This film was a love story and had rememberable, Heart -Touching soft track played by Atif as ‘Tere Bin’ ; ‘Dheere Dheere Chal’ and title ‘Bas Ek Pal’ from many Unkown Artist. Urmila will be very soon be seen in Shyam Bengal’s ‘Chamki’ continuing with Ram Gopal Verma’s ‘Sholay’ , ‘Speed’ and ‘Autography’ in 2007.

AWARDS:

Urmila was first nominated in Villainous Category in the Filmfare Awards for the film ‘Pyaar Tune Kya Kiya’ in 2001. In 2003, she received Filmfare Critics Award in the category of Critics Awards for Best Performance for the film ‘Bhoot’ and Apsara Annul Awards in Best Actress Category for ‘Bhoot’. She was also nominated in Apsara Annual Awards in the Best Actress Category for the film ‘Pinjar’ and Received Zee – Cine Award for Best Actress Award for ‘Bhoot’. In 2004 she was Nominated again in the Zee – Cine Awards for Best Actor Award – Female for the film ‘Maine Gandhi Ko Nahi Mara’.

Bollywood Profile of Saif Ali Khan

Saif Ali Khan was born on 16th August 1970 in New Delhi, India. Saif was born into the family of the Nawab of Pataudi. His father Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi, was the Nawab of Pataudi Sr. was a Successful Cricketer played for Indian Team and a former Captain of the Indian Cricket Team. His Mother Sharmila Tagore is an Bollywood Actress in Bengali Films and noted as the head of the Indian Film Censorship Board also determined as a relative of the Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore. He has one Younger Sister Soha Ali Khan, who is been noticed in the list of the upcoming Bollywood Actress.

His Grandfather Iftikaar Ali Khan Pataudi was the Nawab Of Pataudi as well as an Accomplished Cricketer who first played for the England Team and then for the Indian Team as the Captain. Saif is also linked in connection with Nafisa Joseph. Saif ad completed his studies from Winchester College at England. He married to Indian Actress Amrita Singh in October 1991 but unfortunately got separated in 2004. Saif has two children's, one daughter named Sara Khan and one son named as Ibrahim Khan. Both these children are currently living with mother Amrita Sign.

Saif made his debut with the film ‘Parampara’ and then ‘Aashiq Awara’ in 1993 but his important role and Acting talent was realized in the film ‘Yeh Dillagi’ casting with Akshay Kumar and Kajol in 1994. This film was Saifs first hit film in his Starting career. He then had Innumerable Moderate hits film with many Action and Thriller Sequence seen in film ‘Main Khiladi Tu Anari’ in 1994, ‘Surakshaa’ in 1995, ‘Ek Tha Raja’ in 1996, ‘Hameshaa’ in 1997, ‘Keemat’ in 1998’, ‘Kachche Dhaage’ in 1999 and ‘Hum Saath –Saath Hain’ in 1999, ‘Kya Kehna’ in 2000 and ‘Love Ke Liye Kuch Bhi Karega’ in 2001. His Acting career had gone through many ups and downs until he was casted in Farhaan Akhtar’s ‘Dil Chahta Hai’ Super – Duper hit film in 2001.

This successful film established Saif as One of the Most Bankable Stars in the Industry. He Kept his hardwork and performance with a Comic Eligible Bachelor in the Yash Raj Memorable films ‘Kal Ho Na Ho’ in 2003, a manipulative Gangster in ‘Ek Hasina Thi’ in 2004 and a light- hearted cartoonist in Kunal Kohli’s ‘Hum Tum’ in 2004, Vidhu Vinod Chopra’s ‘Parineeta’ in 2005 and once again Yash Raj Production film ‘Salaam Namaste’ in 2005. These film resulted success in both, commercially as well as personally in Saif ‘s life. Especially, he got critically acclaims for his performance in Hum Tum and received the National Film Award for Best Actor for ‘Hum Tum’.

And viewing Commercially Parineeta and Salaam Namaste both these films were also great hits in India as well as Overseas. In 2006 Saif played a leading role in the offbeat English film Being Cyrus and bagged out his fans with enormous acclaim for his performance in villainous role in his latest movie released ‘Omkara’ which is an adaption of ‘Othello’. Saif had joined a group of many Bollywood Co-stars on a world tour performing in “Temptations 2004” which resulted a successful programme. In this Tour Saif Ali Khan was accompanied by Stars like Shahrukh Khan, Arjun Rampal, Preeti Zinta, Rani Mukherjee and Priyanka Chopra.

Saif will be seen in Vidhu Vinod Chopra’s next film Eklavya: The Royal Guard. This film shares a real life relation of mother Sharmila Tagore and son Saif Ali Khan after the film Aashiq Awara (’91).

AWARDS:

Saif Ali Khan was honored his first Award at Filmfare Best Debut award for his debut film ‘Aashiq Awara’ in 1993. But his next award had waited him for 8 continuous years and finally in 2001 where he received four different Awards in all Award Functions like at Filmfare Awards for Best Comedian Award for the film ‘Dil Chahta Hai’, at Zee Cine Awards For Best Actor in a Supporting Role for ‘Dil Chahta Hai’, at Sansui Awards For Best Actor in a Comic Role for ‘Dil Chahta Hai’ and at last at IIFA Awards for Best Supporting Actor Award for ‘Dil Chahta Hai’.

Then in 2003 he was awarded for ‘Kal Ho Na Ho’ at Filmfare Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role, IIFA Awards for Best Supporting Role – Male Award, Sansui Award for Best Supporting Actor, Star Screen Award for Best Supporting Actor and Finally at Zee Cine Awards for Best Actor in a Supporting Role. In 2004 he had was Awarded for his next Blockbuster film ‘Hum Tum’ at Filmfare Awards for Best Comedian Award. He received National Film Award for Best Actor for the film ‘Hum Tum’ in 2005.

Bollywood Profile of Shamita Shetty


Shamita Shetty was born on 2nd February 1979 in Mumbai, India. Shamita is born to Mr. Surendra Shetty and Mrs. Sunanda Shetty. Shamita parent’s were professionally Models but for a sort period of time. Shamita has an elder sister, Shilpa Shetty who is also an Actress by Profession and very popular too. Shamita dropped out from Sydenham College in Mumbai in the F.Y. Shamita completed a diploma course in Fashion Design from SNDT.

Shamita made her debut in the year 2000 with the blockbuster film “MOHABBATEIN”. This film was based on the love stories of six youths who find their guide in the form of the Bollywood king ‘Shah Rukh Khan’. The film was also starring ravishing ‘Amitabh Bachchan’, who played a sort of non-believer of love. The film was a hit but it was mainly focused on the two main characters of the film firstly Actor Shah Rukh Khan and Multiple star, Amitabh Bachchan. However, through this film she had established in the film industry. After this big hit she went on to do many item songs, such as the huge hit ‘Sharara’ in “MERE YAAR KI SHAADI HAI”.

Shamita then began to get roles, which would showcase her acting ability, such as the film “WAJAHH: A Reason to Kill” and the film “BEWAFAA” in which she played a negative role. Her best performance has been in the 2005 hit film “ZEHER”, further enhancing her in Bollywood. Shamita went on to star in the film “FAREB” with her sister, which was received averagely in India.

Shamita Shetty’s Personal Profile:


Fullname: Shamita Shetty

Date of Birth: 2nd February 1979

Sign: Aquarius

City: Mumbai

Country: India

Mother: Sunanda Shetty

Father: Surendra Shetty

Siblings: Elder sister Shilpa Shetty.

Marital status: Single

Ex-boyfriend: Uday Chopra

Favourite food: A cheesy pasta, sweets and continental cuisine

Favourite hero: Hrithik Roshan and Shah Rukh Khan

Hobbies: Volley ball

Bollywood Profile of Shilpa Shetty



Shilpa Shetty was born on 8th June 1975 is an Indian film Actress who had appeared in many Bollywood films. Her sister is also an actress named ‘Shamita Shetty’. Shilpa was born in coastal Karnataka , India in a Bunt family and has a native speaking language of Tulu. Shilpa’s father name is Surendra Shetty and her mother name is Sunanda Shetty. Shilpa’s Parents were having an occupation of modelling in their time. Her Father had been modelled fro ‘Year Glasses’ and her Mother had been modeled for ‘Forhans’, ‘Bournvita’. So after completing her ten standard (grade) Shilpa had taken of her some photos and send them to many add agencies and from there the work has also started coming for her. Shilpa has completed her schooling from ‘St Anthony Girls' High School’ in ‘Chembur’and then completed her graduation from “Podar College”.
Shilpa was also interested in sports such as ‘Baseball’ , ‘Karate’as she was the captain of her college in the sports team of ‘Baseball’. Shilpa is also achieved a black belt in ‘Karate’. At that age Shilpa was just 15 and wanted to become a ramp model but unfortunately her height was only 5'7" and not as skinny and tall as other models. Seeing that she was rejected her ‘Heart was broken’. Shilpa had no background in ‘Acting’ but her luck worked for her and at the age of 17 she was offered a film in a leading role in her first film opposite ‘Rahul Roy’ in the film named as “Gaata Rahe Mera Dil”but under some circumstances the film was not completed and sadly was stalled. In the year 1993, Shilpa made her debut in the murder mystery, of the film ‘‘BAAZIGAR” with the Bollywood King ‘Shah Rukh Khan’ and Ravishing ‘Kajol’. The film was in a great success.
This film earned her ‘Filmfare Nomination’ for “Best New Comer” In the year 1994, She also achieved a great success in the film “MAIN KHILADI TU ANARI” opposite her ex –boyfriend ‘Akshay Kumar’ who completely gave Shilpa a new image in Bollywood. However, succeeding films in which she made many had done less well at the box office. Shilpa was again ‘Heart – broken’ when her one after the another and at one point films flopped. Due to that she thought of quitting from Hindi Cinema as she was already working in a couple films of Telugu and Tamil. Her some more films were flopped name as ‘PARDESI BABU’, ‘JAANWAR’ and ‘LAL BAADSHAH’, but by having a great luck her flopped films have also earned her award for ‘Best supporting Actress’ from’ Zee Gold Bollywood’. But through the circumstances of having much flopp films the industry had thought to written off Shilpa.
But her come back with the special appearance in the song 'Main Aayi Hoon U.P. Bihar Lootne' gave classic reviews. Her Film “SCHOOL” was a hit and her song spread like a ‘Wild Fire’. In the year 2000, Shilpa starred opposite her ex – boyfriend ‘Akshay Kumar’ and her cousin ‘Sunil Shetty’ in the film “Dhadkan” which was director by ‘Dharmesh Darshan’. The film had redefined Shilpa Shetty and all of them finally noticed her for her acting abilities. Shilpa had also earned an IIFA (International Indian Film Award) in which she was nominated in the category of ‘Best Actress’. The film itself became an average at the ‘box – office’. After that her some of the films were hit such as ‘KUSHI’ which was in ‘Tamil’, PREETHSOD THAPPA” which was in ‘Kannada’, “KARZ” which was in ‘Hindi’. In the year 2002, Shilpa had completed five movies, which was also ready for release named as “BADHAAI HO BADHAAI”, “CHOOR MACHAAYE SHOR”, “HATYAAR”, “KARZ” and “Rishtey”.
It was again sadly to say that her all film were flopped and worked worst for her as “KARZ” and “RISHTEY” were also release on the same day. But everything had not gone wrong in the year 2002. In “HATYAAR” Shilpa bagged more praise for role than her co – star ‘Sanjay Dutt’ and in the film “RISHTEY” she was reportedly as the only good thing about the film. Shilpa received two nominations for ‘Best Comedian’ in which the first one was ‘Screen Awards and the other was from ‘Sansui Viewers Choice Movie Award’. ‘Filmfare’ nominated her in the category of ‘Best Actress’. In the year 2003 she received mixed reviews for her role in the film “DARNA MANA HAI” in Hindi and her film with ‘Ravichandran Ondagona Baa in Kannada which was also a hit. In the year 2004 she won critical acclaim with her performance as an AIDS vicitim in the film “PHIR MILENGE” which was directed by ‘Reyathy’.
Shilpa had also done a movie with her close friend ‘Salmaan Khan’ name “GARV”in which she had only songs. The Giant International Award was awarded to Shilpa Shetty for fabulous performance in the film ‘Phir Milenge’. She had also received Indo-Pak's Young Achiever award. Shilpa was nominated in the category of 'Best Actress' at every award ceremony, including Filmfare, IIFA, and Screen Awards and some more … But in a film industry where the 'popular' people rules, Shilpa was ignored by every single award ceremonies. In the year 2005,She was awarded from AAHOA for her role in Phir Milenge. Shilpa appeared in the movie of director Deepak Tijori's ‘Khamosh’ where she played a role of a call girl. In the year 2005 the film “DUS” was a popular success for Shilpa. She was also a part of ‘Mani Ratnam’s stage show, ‘Netru, Indru and Naalai. She appeared with her sister in the film, “FAREB”.
Shilpa has been nominated three times for "Best Actress" at the Filmfare awards. Recently Shilpa's film Auto Shankar opposite Upendra released and now confirmed to be doing great at the box office. Currently, in Mumbai, Shilpa is an AIDS activits and she's also representing for PETA India against animal cruelty. She has also appeared in the ‘PETA’ India campaign ads.
Personal Information:

Shilpa's Zodiac sign is Gemini. Shilpa is born in Tamil Nadu, India. She has an Older sister name ‘Shamita Shetty’ who is also an Actress. Shilpa know the language and can speak in Hindi, English, Marathi, Gujrati, Telugu, Tamil and also can understand a little bit of French. Shilpa and Shamita are the first sisters to appear in a film together in the history of Bollywood. Shilpa hope to work with Jackie Chan sometime in the future. She likes Acting, Dancing, Cooking, and Working Out. Her favorite flower is Orchids. She is considered to have the best body in Bollywood. Her favorite food is Kori Roti (A Manglorean speciality-chicken with roti made of rice). She likes listening old hindi film songs. She often works with Salman Khan (5 films), Govinda (5 films), Akshay Kumar (4 films), Sunil Shetty (4 films), Raveena Tandon (4 films), Sunny Deol (3 films). She has won ‘Sahara One Crowned’ in the 2004, as DIVA of the year in a dance compition amongst many actresses. Her Upcoming Films are Apne, Junoon, Kaanch, and Metro & Shaadi Karke Phas Gaya Yaar.
Award Nominations:

1993
- Best debut for Baazigar - Filmfare Awards
1998
- Best supporting actress for Pardesi Babu - Zee Gold Bollywood Awards
2000
- Best actress for Dhadkan - IIFA Awards
2002
- Best supporting actress for Rishtey- Filmfare Awards
- Best comedian for Rishtey - Screen Awards
- Best comedian for Rishtey - Sansui Viewers Choice Movie Awards
2004
- Best Actress for Phir Milenge - Screen Awards
- Best Actress for Phir Milenge - Filmfare Awards
- Best Actress for Phir Milenge - Zee Cine Awards
- Best Actress for Phir Milenge - IIFA Awards
- Best Actress for Phir Milenge - Sansui Viewers Choice Movie Awards
Special Award Won:

2004
- Giant International - Indo-Pak's Young Achiever Awards for Phir Milenge
2005
- AAHOA awards for Phir Milenge

Bollywood Profile of Amisha Patel


Amisha Patel was born on 9th June 1979 in Mumbai. It’s very strange if an economics gold medallist is found running behind her acting career or else an intelligent, studious, good-looking personality is been mentioned in the list of the latest Bollywood Style Icon. Amisha is the alone daughter of her father Amit Patel who is a Gujarati-Maharashtrian and her Mother Asha Patel who was a Sindhi. She has a younger brother Ashmit Patel, who is compressing his Acting talent in the Bollywood. Her grandparents, especially her grandfather Barrister Rajni Patel who was the Congress Pradesh Committee President of Mumbai, helped out Amisha in her childhood days. Amisha and her brother Ashmit, both the names are derived in the compound combination of their parents. The first three letters as ‘AMI’ belongs to her father Amit and the last three letters as ‘SHA’ are of her mother's Asha which total represents ‘AMISHA’. Similarly, ASHMIT’s also includes the first three letters of ‘ASH’ is derived from his mother and the last three letters ‘MIT’ belongs to his father.
Amisha's Strength was recognized in her Determination that made her the Head girl of Cathedral High School when she was just in Standard Fourth (IV). After completing her Higher Secondary Education she moved her-self to graduation and went U.S. She had done her graduation from Tufts University, Boston, and U.S. She then hoped for a job and was offered the Chief – Executive Officer in a finance company. Amisha even started teaching Classical dance and kept herself busy in her free times and during week holidays. But the nine to fine job couldn’t hold her for a long time and finally she had to quit from the finance company. She also started placing her hand in modeling career.
Amisha came back to India and joined Satyadev Dubey’s Theatre group and began acting in theaters role. Her family was initially was not ready with her decision as she came from a very high society family and was also academically brilliant. But After explaining them that there is no one say standing before her destiny she was allowed to continue with her modeling and acting career. During her modeling career She got a Golden opportunity to become an Actress of the Indian Film Industry. She entered in films through her family connections. Producer Rakesh Roshan was Directing his first film ‘Kaho Naa……….Pyaar Hai’ with his son, Hrithik Roshan as the leading hero of the film. Rakesh Roshan, who had already signed this film with Actress Kareena Kapoor and also started the shooting of the film, but this Association didn’t go well. Then Rakesh Roshan then remembered his beautiful school friend’s Amit Patel‘s limped-eyed daughter Amisha whom he met at a Sangeet Celebration Ceremony. Amisha had also remarked her of taking her as a heroine for his film. He then offered Amisha Patel as the heroine of his debut film during a joint family dinner and she failed to refuse the proposal. Amisha Patel stole hearts with her mind-blowing performance and proved all her acting talent in the film, which resulted as the biggest Bollywood blockbuster of the year 2000. This Newcomer pair has shaken the entire Bollywood Industry more than a month and took away the 9 Filmfare Award in the nomination of Best Film of the year. Her next Shocking surprise towards the Bollywood Industry was the Success of Gadar – Ek Prem Katha directed by Anil Sharma.
This movie had made her a Super-Star just over a night. This Movie was finalized at the total budget of Rs.18 crores but the terrific performance of the dashing and good-looking Amisha grossed around a sum of Rs.70 crores and made one of the records at the box-office in grossing the highest movies of all time. With the two Blockbuster Hit ‘Kaho Naa Pyaar Hai’ and ‘Gadar’, she made her career rocking and set on the box-office on fire, her performances and work is still appreciated by her fans which made the directors, the producers and distributors to sign her up even standing in a bee line. Amisha also had worst times from the films in Suno Sasurji with Aftab, Aap Mujhe Achche Lagne Lage with Hrithik, Yeh Hai Jalwa with Salman, Yeh Zindagi Ka Safar that were the great flops at the box office.
Amisha Patel's forthcoming films starting from ‘The Rising’ with Aamir Khan, Elaan casting John, Lara and Arjun Rampal, Vaada with Zayed and Arjun Rampal and Jeevan Saathi starting Karishma Kapoor and Akshay Kapoor were the level above the Average performance. Then came Humraaz directed by Abbas Mastan in 2002, which was he Blockbuster for the year casting Amisha Patel, Akshay Khanna and Bobby Deol.
Amisha Patel’s Favourite Quote : -
Full Name: Amisha Amit Patel
Zodiac: Gemini
Place of Birth: Breach Candy Hospital, Bombay
Pet Names: Angel
Advertisement Career: Baja Sevashram, Fair & Lovely, Jai Lime, Lux, Cadburys, Fem, etc.
Sex Appeal: My sense of humour and my ability to laugh at myself.
I love: Honesty, integrity and to be admired.
I hate: Double standards and hypocrisy.
Best Friend: My mother.
Best Food: Home made items, Thai food and Chaats like BhelPuri.
My Hero: My father.
My strength: My family and my overwhelming confidence.
My weakness: My family, desserts and shopping.
My Passion: To suceed in every aspect of life.
My Asset: My family.
Favourite Actor: Aamir Khan, Dilip Kumar & Richard Gere.
Favourite Actress: Meena Kumari, Madhuri Dixit, Julia Roberts .
Favourite Clothes: A pair of Track Pants & a T-shirt, Salwar-Kameez and trousers.
Favorite Car: Ferrari Testarosa.
Favourite Singer: Jagjit Singh & Julio Iglesias.
Favourite Colour: White, baby pink, powder blue.
Favorite Holiday Destination: Paris.
Favorite Designers: Rocky .S. and Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Moschino.
Favorite Movie: Qayamat Se Qayamat tak, Dilwale Dulhania Le Layenge & Umrao Jaan.
Favorite Perfumes: Angel by Thierya & Mugler.
Favorite Book: "A Bridge Across Forever" by Richard Bach.
AWARDS
Amisha Received her First Award in the nominations of Best Female Debut at Zee Cine Awards followed by Sansui Viewers Choice Award for the Best Debut / Face Award for the film ‘Kaho Na…….Pyaar Hai’ in the year 2000. She also received an special Award from Kalashree in the category of “SENSATIONAL DISCOVERY” for the film ‘Kaho Na…….Pyaar Hai’ in 2000. In 2001, She received Filmfare Award in the nominations Special Performance Award for the film ‘Gadar – Ek Prem Katha’.
FILMOGRAPHY :
Happy Birthday (2007)
Honeymoon Travels Pvt. Ltd. (2007)
Ankahee (2006)
Aap Ki Khatir (2006)
Teesri Aankh (2006)
Narasimhudu [Telugu] (2005)
Tathastu (2005)
Humko Tumse Pyaar Hai (2005)
Mere Jeevan Saathi (2005)
The Rising (2005)
Zameer (2005)
Elaan (2005)
Vaada (2005)
Naani (2004)
Suno Sasurjee (2004)
Parwana (2003)
Puthiya Geethai (2003)
Humraaz (2002)
Yeh Hai Jalwa (2002)
Aap Mujhe Achche Lagne Lage (2002)
Kya Yehi Pyaar Hai (2002)
Kranti (2002)
Yeh Zindagi Ka Safar (2001)
Gadar: Ek Prem Katha (2001)
Badri (2000)
Kaho Naa... Pyaar Hai (2000)
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Bollywood Profile of Akshaye khanna


5' 11" tall, Akshaye Khanna was born on March 30, 1975 to the most popular bollywood actor of that time, Vinod Khanna and Geetanjali. He inherits his fabulous looks and acting skills from his father Vinod Khanna. Like most star sons, Askhaye Khanna too was launched by his father Vinod Khanna. And as often happens, the home production 'Himalayputra' was rejected by the audience despite a high-powered publicity campaign. But the star sons have an advantage. They have an identity, contacts and producers willing to give a second (and third) chance. Besides, following papa's policy of playing safe, Akshaye had already signed up for several films.
J.P.Dutta's blockbuster 'Border' wiped out the taste of failures like 'Mohabbat' , where he simply did not suit Madhuri Dixit, once his own father's leading lady.
Rajkumar Santoshi's 'Doli Saja Ke Rakhna', in which he was paired with Naghma's sister Jyotika and 'Kudrat' both flopped. Rishi Kapoor's 'Aa Ab Laut Chalen' somewhat undid the damage, and has again placed him among the winning horses. Akshaye reminds you of his father Vinod Khanna at his zenith, when he quit films and took sanayas.
Seeing that the sons of boozers turn out to be teetotallers, Akshaye is the least likely candidate to find escape in sanyas. His recent releases, 'Laawaris' ( with Jackie, Dimple and Manisha) and 'Dehak' ( with Sonali Bendre) too have not done well. 'Love You Hamesha', 'Agar Tum Na Hote' and 'Deewana Tere Naam Ka' besides several proposals on the table are his under production films. Vinod Khanna's son is more busy than papa was at the same stage. But unlike his father, who saw the tide turning in his favour within months of his debut, Akshaye is still trying to find his feet. Worse, his thinning pate is worrying his producers.
Every journalist in town clamoured to interview the young Khanna who sported a charming smile and cute dimples that turned girls dizzy. But while the world was eager to read about him, Akshay wasn't in any mood to face frivolous questions about the films he'd signed, or his relationship with his father and brother Rahul, or then his views on life in general.
He rejected a couple of seemingly important films including Deepa Mehta's '1947-Earth' (1999). The part eventually went to elder brother Rahul Khanna.
Finally, there came a ray of hope in the form of Rishi Kapoor's 'Aa Ab Laut Chalein' (1999). The film proved to be a modest success and everyone praised Akshaye yet again, although it was Aishwarya Rai who hogged the show for most part.
But even Subhash Ghai's 'Taal' (1999), Akshaye's most prestigious assignment since 'Border', couldn't revive his floundering career. Instead, the film's second hero, Anil Kapoor, repositioned himself as a character actor and wowed audiences with his new image. Taal was a hit and the guy is coming back in a interesting film where he plays an artiste in love with a much older woman.
He used to date Riya Sen.
In 1998, Khanna won the Filmfare Best Debut Award for his role in Border. In 2002, Khanna won the Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor, for his role in Dil Chahta Hai.
Original Name: Akshaye Khanna
Date of Birth (Birthday): 4 April, 1975
Zodiac Sign: Aries
Height: 5'9
Eye Color: Black
Hair Color: Black
Birth Place: Mumbai
Religion: Hindu
Education: Was not interested in study, joined martial art when he was in class 8th.
Marital Status: Single
FILMOGRAPHY :


Aaja Nachle
Soham
Salaam E Ishq: A Tribute To Love
Aap Ki Khatir
36 China Town
Shaadi Se Pehle
Autograph
Gandhi, My Father
Hulchul
Deewaar
LOC Kargil
Hungama
Border Hindustan Ka
Deewangee
Humraaz
Dil Chahta Hai
Taal
Laawaris
Aa Ab Laut Chalen
Dahek: A Burning Passion
Love You Hamesha
Kudrat
Doli Saja Ke Rakhna
Border
Himalay Putra
Mohabbat

Bollywood Profile of Priyanka Chopra


Priyanka Chopra was born on 18th July 1982 in Jamshedpur, Jharkhand, India to the family of Capt. Dr. Ashok Chopra & Dr. Madhu Chopra, an event that transformed the life of every one around her. Priyanka is very attached to her father. While her father is of Punjabi heritage, her mother is from Bihar, a state in north india. She spent part of her childhood in Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh. Her family frequently moved since her father was in the Army. This first born girl child of a large extended family was welcomed like a star. With large twinkling eyes and the most fascinating smile she was a winner.

She imbibed the ethos of the multicultural Indian society. A family favorite she grew up in the warmth & Love offered by her grandparents, aunts & uncles. All of this went into the making of a very warm, loving & confident personality.
She studied at La Martiniere Girls' College in Lucknow, as a young girl and later came to the United States, where she was a student at Newton North High School, in Newton, Massachusetts and John F. Kennedy High School (Cedar Rapids) in Iowa before returning to India to complete high school at Army Public School (Bareilly). she decided to become a software Engineer or a Criminal Psychologist. She began college at Jai Hind College in Mumbai. Suddenly life took change with the Femina Miss India contest, which she won with aplomb.
Priyanka was crowned Miss India World and later Miss World in 2000. In the same year, Lara Dutta and Dia Mirza, both from India, won the Miss Universe and Miss Asia Pacific crowns, in a rare triple.

She started performing at musical shows since three years of age along with her father & uncle , who are both singers of great repute.

AMBITIONS:

She aims for the stars after completing her education. She intends taking up a social cause closest to her heart. She is a movie Buff and would love to join the galaxy if a good offer comes.

ACHIEVEMENTS:

1. The only Indian in USA to have been selected at state level for the National opus Honour choir.

2. Extensive charity work back in India & USA

a. Joined the CAF & CII in their literacy programme and is their ambassadors.

b. Member of the support group for the thalassaemic children in U.P., India.

c. Participated in the Adult education awareness program with the NGO's
in the peripheral areas of Bareilly.

d. Joined the Indian Govt. sponsored Polio Eradication Programme as a volunteer.

e. She raised funds for the destitutes at Boston USA by participating in their Church programme " Priyanka is a genuine, selfless, down to earth, warm and loving personality A very special person",.
HER SELF :

Nickname: Sunshine, Mimi, Yanka
Date of Birth: 18 July 1982
Sign: cancer
Height: 5'8" or 1.73 m
Stats: 35-24-34
Weight: 53 Kgs
City: Jamshedpur, Jharkhand
Country: India
Mother: Dr. Madhu Chopra
Father: Capt. Dr. Ashok Chopra
Siblings: younger brother
Education: La Martiniere Girls Hostel in Lucknow and completed tenth grade (Boston)
Marital status: single
Likes: R&B Music, Fudge and Hot Chocolate, Bulging Biceps
Favorite food: dish Lasagna, makki roti and sarson kasaag
Favorite movies: Pretty Woman, Walk in the Clouds
Favorite outfit: sari
Her hero: Mel Gibson, Kishore Kumar
Her heroine: Sushmita Sen and Indira Gandhi
Other facts: Miss World 2000
Hobbies: singing and writing poetry
Occupation: fashion model / bollywood actress
Languages: hindi, English
FILMOGRAPHY :

2008 - Krrish 2
2007 - Kajri
2007 - London Dreams
2007 - Drona
2007 - Qurbani
2007 - Love Story 2050
2007 - Chamki Chameli
2007 - Big Brother (film)
2007 - Sahib Biwi Aur Ghulam
2007 - Utthaan
2007 - God Tussi Great Ho
2007 - Salaam E Ishq: A Tribute To Love
2006 - Don - The Chase Begins Again
2006 - Aap Ki Khatir
2006 - Krrish
2006 - Alag
2006 - Taxi Number 9211
2006 - 36 China Town
2005 - Bluffmaster
2005 - Barsaat
2005 - Yakeen
2005 - Waqt: The Race Against Time
2005 - Karam
2005 - Blackmail
2004 - Aitraaz
2004 - Mujhse Shaadi Karogi
2004 - Asambhav
2004 - Kismat
2004 - Plan
2003 - Andaaz
2003 - The Hero: Love Story of a Spy
2002 - Thamizhan

AWARD :

2003: Filmfare Awards: Best Debut; Andaaz
2004: Filmfare Awards: Best Villain; Aitraaz
2004: Stardust Awards: Best Supporting Actress; The Hero: Love Story of a Spy
2004: Bengal Film Journalists' Association Awards: Best Actress (Hindi Movies); Aitraaz
2004: Star Screen Awards: Best Villain; Aitraaz
2005: Stardust Awards: Superstar of Tomorrow - Female; Mujhse Shaadi Karogi
2006: Style Diva of 2006
2006: Global Indian Film Awards: Windows Live Search & Movie Talkies Most Searched Actress
2006: POGO Awards: Most Amazing Actress; Krrish
2006: sabse favouite kaun:teez sitara.
2007: Women award:contribution to indian cinema,female.