sex, love, lust, friendship

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

Bollywood Profile of


No one in ordinary list expect the past of an upcoming actor but they will be eager to know how the actor will perform in his future acting career. Same as in the life of Mr. Amitabh Bachchan, who came on screen tied in the misty of anonymity. He felt little bit embarrassing and was also laughed by others because of his tall and gawky structures. Mr. Bachchan was also known as ‘LAMBOO’. Though after not getting chance in both the fields of world, he didn’t give up his hope and effort of trying and that was the day of grateful for the entire Film Industry. He was also rejected from the All India Radio (AIR) as a announcer because his voice and the of speaking style was not as much effective as needed in AIR. He was turned down from the job of junior executive in Soap and Consumer Ltd in Delhi. After this incident he joined the Young Hopefuls in trams; wearing the same dress of anonymous executives in Calcutta. He also worked as a shipping agent for a short period of time and left out because of the continuous habits of drinking beer and doing not anything much made him to quit his job there. He had slept one night at the Marine Drive Beach, as had no wear to go and top of that he was unemployed too. As a fresher in the Film Industry, Amitji was made to wait on the sets for long hours of time and was ignored without any encouragement. Though Amitabh Bachchan has a good family background, then too he never used out any of his family helps but took inspirations. No one dare to think that the new-walker into the film industry with extra long legs soon became the Backbone of the film Industry that would sort-out the entire group of the Co-stars.

Director K. A. Abbas launched him in the film Saat Hindustani that went unnoticed by any one in the film Industry. But Prakash Mehra signed him for Zanjeer, which proved lucky for him and also worked out as an extraordinarily well for the young star and after that he never looked back. This versatile actor had also done play backing in most of his films. He also met with a serious accident on the movie sets of Coolie. This accident had also proved that he doesn’t have his fans in hundreds but in lakhs, the entire nation had prayed for his health and the prayers turned into a blessing for Amitji and as he returned to the scene with double the impact. It was Romantic moment for Amitji and his love at first sight for Jaya Bhaduri the famous Guddi girl who turned into Jaya Bachchan. He had a great Family and an excellent career which helped ‘Big B’ in establishing his company ABCL which helped a lot in releasing many controversial films like Mani Ratnam's Bombay and Shekhar Kapoor's Bandit Queen and Joy Augustine's Tere Mere Sapne and Sachin's Naam Kya Hai Commercial film's which was produced under the same banner. Among this he had some of the albums like Eer Bhir Phatte and Kabhi Kabhi, which was released by ABCL Company.


LIFE AS IN POLITICS

Amitji had retired from the Bollywood Acting world for a period of time. He then tried his luck in Politics. His enormous popularity brought him in a close relation with Indira Gandhi and Rajiv Gandhi. He was also elected to parliament with a huge majority from his homeland city, Allahabad. But his position in politics did not last long and was not very effective as his colleague was implicated with some scandals. He lost his hope and gave up his seat in parliament, deciding never to get involved in political affairs again. And then he made a comeback to the commercial world of cinema but he failed to have the impact, which he had in previous years. However, he continued with his extraordinary public presence in India cinema. With the help of Satyajit Roy, Amitji started providing narration for films and cultural programs too. And such he owned his own ABCL Company, which was represented as AMITABH BACHCHAN CO-CORPORATION LIMITED. This company heads an entertainment company or a sponsor company, which became a principal sponsor of the Miss Universe Contest in 1996, held in Bangalore.

AWARDS AND HONOURS

Amitabh Bachchan was voted for continuous two years in the category of hottest male by PETA. He was also awarded as the Superstar of the Millennium replacing Sir Lawrence Olivier and Charlie Chaplin on a BBC Online Poll. Mr. Bachchan had achieved the National Award three times. He received a New-Comer Award in 1970s for his debut film Saat Hindustani and then for Agneepath in 1991 and then finally for Black in 2006 in the category of Best Actor. In between he was awarded many of the Critics Awards and 14th times in Filmfare Awards in various categories. Mr. Bachchan had been honoured the PADMA SHRI Award in 1983 and the PADMA BHUSHAN Award in 2005 from the government for his tremendous efforts during his lifetime. Recently in the Filmfare Awards of the year 2006, he was awarded as the Best Actor for the film Black. His most recognizable and remember able Film fare Award he feels was when he was awarded the Star of the 20th Century Award in which he and Dilip Kumar were only the one stars who had won the Best Actor awards in three separate decades. Mr. Bachchan is the only the Bollywood Actor, whose name is listed and dominated by Hollywood Actors. He is only the first Bollywood Actor, whose immortalized has been potrayed in wax at Madame Tussands Wax Museum in London. In recognition of his distinguished career in films he is been conferred with an honorary and valuable Degree of Doctorate of Arts on July 19, 2006 from De Mont Fort University in Leicester, U.K.

PERSONAL INFORMATION

Full Name: Amitabh Bachchan.

Date Of Birth: 11 October 1942.

Star Sign: Libra
Place Of Birth: Allahabad, India.

Parents- Father: Son of the great poet, Shri Harivansh Rai Bachchan.

Mother: Shrimati Teji Bachchan.

Wife: Mrs. Jaya Bachchan.

Children: Shweta and Abhishek Bachchan.

Height: 6'3" or 1.91 m
Education: Sherwood College, Nainital, and Kirori Mal College, Delhi University

Philosophy of life: If things happen as you wish it's good, if they do not it's better
Favorite food: Indian vegetarian food
His favorite actresses: Aishwarya Rai and Jaya Bhaduri
Other facts: Highest paid Bollywood actor in the film industry

FILMOGRAPHY :

Shantaram (2008)
Sivaji: The Boss (2007)
The Last Lear (2007)
Jhoom Barabar Jhoom (2007)
Sholay (2007)
Om Shanti Om (2007)
Sarkar 2 (2007)
Shoot Out at Lokhandwala (2006)
Baabul (2006)
God Tussi Great Ho (2006)
Kabhi Kabhie (2007)
Nishabd (2006)
Eklavya (2006)
Khazan (2006)
Zamaanat (2006)
Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna (2006)
Darna Zaroori Hai (2006)
Family: Ties of Blood (2006)
Family (2005)
Zamaanat (2005)
Dil Jo Bhi Kahey... (2005)
Viruddh (2005)
Sarkar (2005)
Paheli (2005)
Bunty Aur Babli (2005)
Waqt (2005)
Black (2005)
Ab Tumhare Hawale Watan Saathiyo (2004)
Veer-Zaara (2004)
Hum Kaun Hai? (2004)
Kyun...! Ho Gaya Na (2004)
Deewaar (2004)
Lakshya (2004)
Dev (2004)
Insaaf: The Justice (2004)
Rudraksh (2004)
Aetbaar (2004)
Khakee (2004)
Fun2shh... Dudes in the 10th Century (2003)
Baghban (2003)
Mumbai Se Aaya Mera Dost (2003)
Boom (2003)
Armaan (2003)
Khushi (2003)
Kaante (2002)
Agni Varsha (2002)
Hum Kisi Se Kum Nahin (2002)
Aankhen (2002)
Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham... (2001)
Aks (2001)
Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India (2001)
Ek Rishtaa: The Bond of Love (2001)
"Kaun Banega Crorepati Junior" (2001) (TV)
Mohabbatein (2000)
Hello Brother (1999)
Hindustan Ki Kasam (1999)
Sooryavansham (1999)
Lal Baadshah (1999)
Kohram: The Explosion (1999)
Bade Miyan Chote Miyan (1998)
Major Saab (1998)
Mrityudaata (1997)
Tere Mere Sapne (1996)
Insaniyat (1994)
Khuda Gawah (1992)
Akayla (1991)
House No. 13 (1991)
Indrajeet (1991)
Hum (1991)
Ajooba (1991)
Ajooba Kudrat Ka (1991)
Aaj Ka Arjun (1990)
Agneepath (1990)
Toofan (1989)
Batwara (1989)
Jaadugar (1989)
Main Azaad Hoon (1989)
Shahenshah (1988)
Ganga Jamuna Saraswathi (1988)
Soorma Bhopali (1988)
Aakhree Raasta (1986)
Ek Ruka Hua Faisla (1986) (TV)
Geraftaar (1985)
Mard (1985)
Naya Bakra (1985)
Inquilaab (1984)
Sharaabi (1984)
Nastik (1983)
Andha Kanoon (1983)
Coolie (1983)
Mahaan (1983)
Pukar (1983)
Shakti (1982)
Satte Pe Satta (1982)
Bemisaal (1982)
Desh Premee (1982)
Khud-Daar (1982)
Namak Halaal (1982)
Silsila (1981)
Naseeb (1981)
Yaarana (1981)
Anusandhan (1981)
Chashme Buddoor (1981)
Commander (1981)
Kaalia (1981)
Laawaris (1981)
Vilayati Babu (1981)
Dostana (1980)
Do Aur Do Paanch (1980)
Ram Balram (1980)
Shaan (1980)
Suhaag (1979)
Manzil (1979)
The Great Gambler (1979)
Cinema Cinema (1979)
Jurmana (1979)
Kala Patthar (1979)
Mr. Natwarlal (1979)
Muqaddar Ka Sikandar (1978)
Don (1978)
Ganga Ki Saugand (1978)
Besharam (1978)
Kasme Vaade (1978)
Trishul (1978)
Shatranj Ke Khilari (1977)
Immaan Dharam (1977)
Alaap (1977)
Amar Akbar Anthony (1977)
Charandas (1977)
Khoon Pasina (1977)
Parvarish (1977)
Hera Pheri (1976)
Adalat (1976)
Do Anjaane (1976)
Kabhi Kabhie (1976)
Faraar (1975)
Sholay (1975)
Zameer (1975)
Chupke Chupke (1975)
Deewaar (1975)
Mili (1975)
Kasauti (1974)
Dost (1974)
Benaam (1974)
Kunwara Baap (1974)
Majboor (1974)
Roti Kapada Aur Makaan (1974)
Namak Haraam (1973)
Abhimaan (1973)
Bada Kabutar (1973)
Bandhe Haath (1973)
Gehri Chaal (1973)
Saudagar (1973)
Zanjeer (1973)
Bansi Birju (1972)
Bawarchi (1972)
Bombay to Goa (1972)
Ek Nazar (1972)
Garam Masala (1972)
Jaban (1972)
Raaste Kaa Patthar (1972)
Pyar Ki Kahani (1971)
Parwana (1971)
Piya Ka Ghar (1971)
Reshma Aur Shera (1971)
Sanjog (1971)
Bombay Talkie (1970)
Anand (1970)
Bhuvan Shome (1969)
Saat Hindustani (1969)

Bollywood Profile of SHARMILA TAGORE


Sharmila Tagore is a renowned Indian film actress from Bengal, who as of April 2005 heads the Indian Film Censor Board. In December 2005 she was chosen as an UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador.

She began her Hindi film career with Shammi Kapoor in 'Kashmir Ki Kali' and 'An Evening In Paris'. Although she was too young for a film career (she was barely thirteen), her freshness and ebullience made her a selling proposition. "Acting happened too early in life," she recalls. "In fact, 'Apur Sansar', my first film and then 'Devi', were supposed to be my only films. I worked in them during my school holidays."

Being Satyajit Ray's discovery in 'Apur Sansar' gave Sharmila a distinction from the onset. In their second film together, 'Devi', her portrayal of a teenage wife whose father-in-law believes her to be the reincarnation of Kali, moved America's most respected film critic, Pauline Kael to remark, "… she is exquisite, perfect ".

"But because of my early success with these films and because I was inundated with offers from with Shakti Samanta and Sachin Bhowmick who were known to my parents, I succumbed. So my career in films was a kind of chance with pressure, mingled with curiosity. But it was never meant to be a long-term goal. And when 'Kashmir Ki Kali' happened, it was suppose to be my only film in Bombay and I was going to get back to Calcutta. But films kind of kept happening and the acting bug slowly got hold of me." Although her initial films didn't give her much scope to prove her potential as an actress, she made an indelible mark in the minds of the audience with her performances. And with films like 'Aradhana', which charted the growth of her character from a young girl to an old woman, her career changed soon afterwards. Likewise, in a series of Rajesh Khanna hits like 'Daag', 'Amar Prem' and 'Safar', she was established as a star.

However, she continued to work with Ray, in films like 'Nayak', (where she surprised everybody by wearing spectacles throughout the film), 'Aranyer Din Ratri' and 'Seemabaddha'. "Looking back, I realise I was very different from the other actresses of my time. My behaviour was grossly misinterpreted. I felt I was making mistakes all the time. I'd wear clothes that were not suitable. Everybody would be wearing a sari and I'd turn up in jeans. I was also accused of being snooty and arrogant, which I was not. I didn't know that one was expected to lead a certain lifestyle."

However, her marriage to the former Indian cricket captain, Mansoor Ali Khan, the Nawab of Pataudi, has been one of the most successful ones in the industry, so much so that her best performances have been with the support of her husband. "Tiger was totally supportive. People were hundred percent convinced that our marriage would not last. But we have proved all of them wrong."


Awards :

1969 - Filmfare Best Actress Award - Aradhana
1976 - National Film Award for Best Actress - Mausam
1997 - Filmfare Lifetime Achievement Award
2003 - Star Screen Lifetime Achievement Award


ABOUT HER SELF :

Second name: Ayesha Sultana
Date of Birth: 8 December 1946
Height: 5'3" or 1.60 m
City: Hyderabad
Country: India
Children: son Saif Ali Khan, daughters Saba and Soha Ali Khan
Marital status: married
Spouse: indian cricketer Mansur Ali Khan Pataudi
Religion: converted to Islam
Other facts: she is the great-granddaughter of poet Rabindranath Tagore
Occupation: bollywood actress
Debut Film: Apur Sansar
Languages: bengali, hindi, English

FILMOGRAPHY :

2007 Fool and Final
Eklavya
Viruddh
Shubho Mahurat
Abar Aranye
Dhadkan
Mann
Aashiq Awara
Mississippi Masala
Hum To Chale Pardes
7 Saal Baad
"Zindagi"
Abodh
Maa Beti
New Delhi Times
Ricky
Swati
Bandhan Anjana
Divorce
Jawaani
Sunny
Doosri Dulhan
Door-desh
Desh Premee
Namkeen
Kalankini Kankabati
Do Shatru
Griha Pravesh
Dooriyaan
Besharam
Anand Ashram
Tyaag
Ek Se Badhkar Ek
Mausam
Faraar
Amanush
Anari
Chupke Chupke
Ek Mahal Ho Sapnon Ka
Khushboo
Charitraheen
Jadu Bansha
Paap Aur Punya
Shandaar
Avishkaar
Raja Rani
Aa Gale Lag Jaa
Daag: A Poem of Love
Dastaan
Maalik
Yeh Gulistan Hamara
Amar Prem
Badnam Farishte
Chhoti Bahu
Seemabaddha
Aranyer Din Ratri
Mere Humsafar
My Love
Safar
Suhana Safar
Aradhana
Pyaasi Sham
Satyakam
Talash
Yakeen
Dil Aur Mohabbat
Humsaya
Mere Hamdam Mere Dost
Aamne Samne
An Evening in Paris
Nayak
Anupama
Devar
Sawan Ki Ghata
Yeh Raat Phir Na Aayegi
Waqt
Kashmir Ki Kali
Prabhater Rang
Barnali
Nirjan Saikate
Shesh Anka
Devi
Apur Sansar

Bollywood Profile of REKHA


Rekha was the daughter of Mr. Gemini Ganesan and Mrs. Pushpavalli Ganesan. As her birth name is Bhanurekha Ganesan. Her nickname is Rekha, The Bollywood Queen or Madame X, as she was reward with the last two titles in film industry. Rekha is one of her seven sisters and also has one brother. Stepping her career in film industry, she could barely speak a word of Hindi, thereafter Rekha learned Hindi and also learned later the nuances of Urdu for the role of a courtesan in Umrao Jaan (’81), after some movies, she was first engaged with Mr. Mukesh Aggarwal, 1990-1991 he expire.

Then Rekha again made her world with Vinod Mehra a Bollywood actor and later they were divorced. In her first films in the early 70s she was plumpy and looking obese. In Hindi Cinema she was paired with Mr. Amitabh Bachchan as the famous and well-known couple and also has made total nine films as a heroine opposite him. The entire film industry had a great shock in early 80s when Rekha’s secret affair was crook out with the Big-B (Amitabh Bachchan) that was already paired with Jaya Bhaduri. Accordingly enough, the all three of them was later starred in the movie Silsila (’81) that indicate the topic of married man in love with a woman other than wife.

This was almost the last film of Rekha with Amitabh Bachchan being together. She is also named as Madonna and Cher of Bollywood industry due to her constant recovering throughout her career. She won the icon status in Bollywood industry for her four-decade career in Indian Cinema. Rekha was acted as a lead in Market (’03) when she was considered as the teacher of Kama Sutra in the controversial movie Kama Sutra: A Tale of Love (’96), several people at that time thought that this would be the finishing point of her career. As her younger sister who resides in California was considered for the role of Queen Noor Jahan in the movie _Taj Mahal: An Eternal Love Story (’03).

Rekha tried to stop the author Mohan Deep for publishing her so-called biography on ‘Eurekha’ in (’01) but she failed in doing this so she used to go to every book stall and ask them to not keep the copies of ‘Eurekha’ in their shops. She also dated with Akshay Kumar who is presently the husband of Twinkle Khanna. She always says that if she had a son, it would be like Hrithik Roshan and her wish came true when she was offered Hrithik’s mother in Koi… Mil Gaya (’03) and his grand mother in Krrish (’06). Rekha and Meena Kumari were best friends before Meena’s death.

In 1986, forty-eight pieces of Jewelery was stolen from her house. The thief, Muniraj Kanappa, was later caught and was sentenced to seven years in prison. The court held the jewelery and decided to returned it back after filling the due application form. She has also being the staunch feminist and was listed #50 by the UK magazine Eastern eye one of “ Asia’s Sexiest Women” in September (’06).

Bollywood Profile of RAKHEE


Raakhee Gulzar was born on August 15, 1947 in India, also known as Raakhee or Rakhi, is an Indian Bollywood actress originally from the state of West Bengal . Raakhee Gulzar's career spans from the 1970s to the present.

Raakhee, besides Moushumi Chatterji, was another married Bengali actress to make it in Hindi films. However, it was not easy. She was married to Ajoy Biswas, a journalist and director. After a screen test, she was not selected even for the film he was directing (Sambandh). Rajshri Films gave her the first break opposite Dharmendra in `Jeevan Mrityu` (1970). The film was a hit and a career began.

While still a teenager, Raakhee had a very brief unhappy marriage to Bengali film director Ajay Biswas.

She was awarded the Padma Shri in 2003. She has a daughter called Meghna (Bosky) who had directed a film named Filhaal starring Sushmita Sen, Tabu, Sanjay Suri and Palaash Sen.

Her haunting beauty and talent (`Daag`) win her several admirers. At the peak of her career she married once again. The man was Gulzar. Unfortunately, this marriage too didn't work out. While the couple didn't divorce, they separated. Raakhee made a comeback to films and followed several silver jubilee hits Tapasya and Kabhie Kabhie (1975), Trishul and Muqqadar Ka Sikander (1978), Kaala Patthar (1979) and Laawaris 1981).

Interestingly, both her husbands were romantically involved with Meena Kumari. A Meena Kumari hang-up has always been visible in Raakhee. This turned her into an alcoholic and also aged her faster. But, like Meena Kumari, her strong point was an expressive face and an equally animated dialogue delivery, which helped her make her presence felt. Unlike most of her contemporaries who faded away or cribbed for not getting meaty roles, Raakhee happily accepted mother roles. She even agreed to play mother to Amitabh, once her romantic lead, in `Shakti` and continued playing mother roles in several films.

The films include `Ram Lakhan` (1989), `Khalnayak` (1993) and `Karan Arjun` (1995) where she has played mother to Anil Kapoor, Jackie Shroff, Sanjay Dutt, Salman Khan and Shah Rukh Khan.

The intensity with which she once projected her love was transferred to strength to becoming an avenging angel in `Karan Arjun` and several other films.

Raakhee loves to cook fish curry and every member has tasted it at least once.

Awards :

1973 - Filmfare Best Supporting Actress Award for Daag: A Poem Of Love
1976 - Filmfare Best Actress Award for Tapsya
1989 - Filmfare Best Supporting Actress Award for Ram Lakhan
2003 - National Film Award for Best Supporting Actress for Shubho Muhurat
2003 - She was awarded the Padma Shri

ABOUT HER SELF :

Date of Birth: 15 August 1947
Sign: Leo
City: Kolkata
Country: India
Children: daughter Meghna
Marital status: divorced twice
Ex-spouse: Ajay Biswas
Ex-spouse: Sampooran Singh Gulzar
Other facts: she had problem with alcohol
Occupation: bollywood actress
Debut Film: Badhu Bharan
Languages: bengali, hindi, English

Filmography :

Shubho Mahurat (2003)
Dil Ka Rishta (2003)
Talaash: The Hunt Begins (2003)
Ek Rishtaa: The Bond of Love (2001)
Baadshah (1999)
Soldier (1998)
Barood (1998)
Sham Ghansham (1998)
Ankhon Mein Tum Ho (1997)
Jeevan Yudh (1997)
Border (1997)
Kismat (1995)
Karan Arjun (1995)
Baazigar (1993)
Anari (1993)
Dil Ki Baazi (1993)
Kshatriya (1993)
Khal Nayak (1993)
Pratimurti (1993)
Rudaali (1993)
Pratikar (1991)
Saugandh (1991)
Jeevan Ek Sangharsh
Santosh (1989)
Ram Lakhan (1989)
Falak (1988)
Gold Medal (1988)
Dacait (1987)
Muqaddar Ka Faisla (1987)
Zindagani (1986)
Saaheb (1985)
Zameen Aasmaan (1984)
Anand Aur Anand (1984)
Paroma (1984)
Zindagi Jeene Ke Liye (1984)
Bandhan Kachche Dhaagon Ka (1983)
Shakti (1982)
Dil Aakhir Dil Hai (1982)
Bemisal (1982)
Shriman Shrimati (1982)
Taaqat (1982)
Yeh Vaada Raha (1982)
Shradhanjali (1981)
Baseraa (1981)
Anusandhan (1981)
Barsaat Ki Ek Raat (1981)
Dhuaan (1981)
Laawaris (1981)
Rocky (1981)
Shaan (1980)
Aanchal (1980)
Lootmaar (1980)
Kaala Patthar (1979)
Jurmaana (1979)
Hamaare Tumhaare (1979)
Muqaddar Ka Sikandar (1978)
Trishul (1978)
Kasme Vaade (1978)
Trishna (1978)
Doosara Aadmi (1977)
Kabhi Kabhie (1976)
Tapasya (1976)
Angaarey (1975)
Mere Sajna (1975)
Chameli Memsaab(1975)
27 Down (1974)
Joshila (1973)
Banarasi Babu (1973)
Blackmail (1973)
Daag (1973)
Heera Panna (1973)
Aankhon Aankhon Mein (1972)
Aan Baan (1972)
Anokhi Pehchaan (1972)
Beimaan (1972)
Janwar Aur Insaan (1972)
Shaadi Ke Baad (1972)
Yaar Mera (1972)
Shehzada (1972)
Wafaa (1972)
Pagli (1972)
Lal Patthar (1971)
Paaras (1971)
Reshma Aur Shera (1971)
Sharmilee (1971)
Jeevan Mrityu (1970)
Baghini (1968)
Badhu Bharan (1967)

Bollywood Profile of DIMPLE KAPADIA



Dimple Kapadia was born on June 8, 1957. Dimple Kapadia is an Indian film actress who appears in Bollywood films. Ms. Kapadia was born the elder daughter of Gujarati entrepreneur Chunnibhai Kapadia and his wife Betty. She was known for her glamorous looks, sex appeal and challenging roles. She has done variety of roles spanning from sex symbol icon of Bobby and Saagar to serious roles in Rudaali.

She was discovered by Raj Kapoor, who introduced her in the 1973 movie Bobby. She was only sixteen at the time. That pretty face looking askance at the young intruder into her house in Bobby isn't easily forgotten. And the sensuous ingenue with her short skirts and the ill-concealed bosom had quite a few hearts thumping away faster, among them that of the boy who played her paramour, besides the superstar of the time.

Ms. Kapadia had married actor Rajesh Khanna six months before the release of her first film, Bobby. She then retired from acting for twelve years to raise her daughters Twinkle Khanna and Rinke Khanna.


After a divorce, she returned to the film industry in 1985, in the film Saagar, where she once again appeared opposite her Bobby co-star, Rishi Kapoor. Saagar featured a brief topless scene for Ms. Kapadia, which was very controversial at the time.

She appeared in many movies throughout the 1980s and early 1990s. She won the National Film Award for Best Actress portrayal of her role in Rudaali. She was praised for her performance as an alcoholic in Dil Chahta Hai in 2001. In 2005 she once again starred with Rishi Kapoor in Pyaar Mein Twist. This was twenty years since their last on-screen pairing, and thirty-two years since their first. In 2006 she starred in her first English-language film Being Cyrus.

Awards :

1973 - Filmfare Best Actress Award, Bobby
1985 - Filmfare Best Actress Award, Saagar
1993 - National Film Awards for Best Actress, Rudaali
1993 - Filmfare Critics Award for Best Performance, Rudaali
1994 - Filmfare Best Supporting Actress Award, Krantiveer


Filmography :

Banaras - A Mystic Love Story (2006)
Being Cyrus (2006)
Pyaar Mein Twist (2005)
Hum Kaun Hai? (2004)
Leela (2002)
Dil Chahta Hai (2001)
Hum Tum Pe Marte Hain (1999)
Laawaris (1999)
2001 (1998)
Mrityudaata (1997)
Agni Chakra (1997)
Share Bazaar (1997)
Antareen (1994)
Krantiveer (1994)
Pathreela Raasta (1994)
Gardish (1993)
Aaj Kie Aurat (1993)
Gunaah (1993)
Rudaali (1993)
Dil Aashna Hai (1992)
Karm Yodha (1992)
Angaar (1992)
Ranbhoomi (1991)
Ajooba (1991)
Dushman Devta (1991)
Khoon Ka Karz (1991)
Haque (1991)
Mast Kalandar (1991)
Naramsimha (1991)
Prahaar: The Final Attack (1991)
Lekin (1990)
Pyaar Ki Naam Qurbaan (1990)
Aag Ka Gola (1990)
Drishti (1990)
Jai Shiv Shankar (1990)
Kali Ganga (1990)
Pati Parmeshwar (1990)
Ladaai (1989)
Shehzaade (1989)
Sikka (1989)
Batwara (1989)
Touhean (1989)
Action (1989)
Ram Lakhan (1989)
Ganga Tere Desh Mein (1988)
Zakhmi Aurat (1988)
Mahaveera (1988)
Kabzaa (1988)
Aakhri Adaalat (1988)
Bees Saal Baad (1988)
Gunahon Ka Faisla (1988)
Mera Shikar (1988)
Saazish (1988)
Kaash (1987)
Insaniyat Ke Dushman (1987)
Insaaf (1987)
Janbaaz (1986)
Allah Rakha (1986)
Vikram (1986)
Arjun (1985)
Aitbaar (1985)
Lavaa (1985)
Pataal Bhairavi (1985)
Saagar (1985)
Manzil Manzil (1984)
Zakhmi Sher (1984)
Bobby (1973)

Bollywood Profile of TANUJA


Tanuja was born in Mumbai into a family of four children as Tanuja Samarth to poet Kumarsen Samarth and his wife Shobhna Samarth. Her mother was a famous 1930s and 1940s actress. When she was very young her parents separated. Tanuja entered films as a child actress and continued working until 1973. She met director Shomu Mukherjee on the set of Ek Baar Muskara Do. A whirlwind romance ended in a 1973 marriage. They had two children: Kajol Mukherjee (b. 1975) and Tanisha Mukherjee (b. 1978). They were later divorced.

The younger sister of Nutan and one of the daughters of '40s actress Shobhana Samarth, Tanuja was known for her tomboyish behaviour on the sets, and a rebel image. Unlike most heroines, she refused to play games and chase after roles. If inspite of that, she was successful, only due to her talent. Her films included 'Jeene ki Raah', 'Jeeo aur Jeene Do', 'Do Chor', 'Mome ki Gudiya', 'Mere Jeevan Saathi', 'Humshakal', 'Imitihan' and the most successful of them all, 'Haathi Mere Saathi'.

She was among the rare heroines who smoked but did not hide the ever-burning cigarette in her hand, and never disguised her whiskey in a bottle of Coca Cola, like most heroines of '60s did. Tanu had acquired this boldness from her grandmother who was as open about her relationship with Motilal. This openness did cause her heartbreaks but she finally settled down in marriage with Shomu Mukherjee. The marriage was certainly stormy and when she played the wife of a busy journalist in 'Anubhav' there were comparisons. Tanuja happily shifted to character roles. Her daughter Kajol, the third generation of actress, continues the tradition.

ABOUT HER SELF :

Birth name: Tanuja Samarth
Date of Birth: 23 September 1943
City: Bombay
Country: India
Mother: Shobhna Samarth
Father: Kumarsen Samarth
Siblings: sisters Nutan and Chatura, brother Jaideep
Children: daughtes Kajol and Tanisha
Marital status: married
Spouse: Shomu Mukherjee
Occupation: bollywood actress
Debut Film: Hamari Beti
Languages: hindi, english, french and german

FILMOGRAPHY :

Deewaar (2004)
Khakee (2004)
Rules: Pyaar Ka Superhit Formula (2003)
Bhoot (2003)
Saathiya (2002)
Tum Jiyo Hazaron Saal (2002)
Safari (1999)
Main Solah Baras Ki (1998)
Muqadama (1996)
Aatish (1994)
Vivekananda (1994)
Izzat Ki Roti (1993)
Antim Nyay (1993)
Deedar (1992)
Bekhudi (1992)
Ghazab Tamasha (1992)
Pyar Bhara Dil (1991)
Shandaar (1990)
Paraya Ghar (1989)
Rakhwala (1989)
Gharana (1989)
Meri Zabaan (1989)
Taaqatwar (1989)
Agnee (1988)
Paap Ko Jalaa Kar Raakh Kar Doonga (1988)
Mera Muqaddar (1988)
Itihaas (1987)
Anokha Rishta (1986)
Nasihat (1986)
Adhikar (1986)
Ek Main Aur Ek Tu (1986)
Jaal (1986)
Love 86 (1986)
Maa Beti (1986)
Mohabbat Ki Kasam (1986)
Suhagan (1986)
Lover Boy (1985)
Ghar Dwaar (1985)
Zabardast (1985)
Maati Maange Khoon (1984)
Boxer (1984)
Pet Pyaar Aur Paap (1984)
Sohni Mahiwal (1984)
Yaadgaar (1984)
Lovers (1983)
Ek Jaan Hain Hum (1983)
Masoom (1983)
Nikaah (1982)
Prem Rog (1982)
Adalat O Ekti Meye (1982)
Johnny I Love You (1982)
Kaamchor (1982)
Khud-Daar (1982)
Pyaas (1982)
Ucha Dar Babe Nanak Da (1982)
Yaarana (1981)
Bandish (1980)
Swarg Narak (1978)
Aa Jaa Sanam (1975)
Amir Garib (1974)
Hum Rahi (1974)
Humshakal (1974)
Imtihaan (1974)
Pocketmaar (1974)
Insaaf (1973)
Do Chor (1972)
Ek Bar Mooskura Do (1972)
Mere Jeevan Saathi (1972)
Mom Ki Gudiya (1972)
Anubhav (1971)
Pyar Ki Kahani (1971)
Door Ka Raahi (1971)
Ek Paheli (1971)
Haathi Mere Saathi (1971)
Thi Reeta (1971)
Bachpan (1970)
Pavitra Paapi (1970)
Priya (1970)
Gustakhi Maaf (1969)
Jeene Ki Raah (1969)
Paisa Ya Pyaar (1969)
Teen Bhuboner Porey (1969)
Do Dooni Char (1968)
Izzat (1968)
Juaari (1968)
Sapnon Ka Saudagar (1968)
Jewel Thief (1967)
Antony Firingee (1967)
Nai Roshni (1967)
Wahan Ke Log (1967)
Baharen Phir Bhi Aayengi (1966)
Daadi Maa (1966)
Sannata (1966)
Bhoot Bungla (1965)
Chand Aur Suraj (1965)
Nai Umar Ki Nai Fasal (1965)
Benazir (1964)
Aaj Aur Kal (1963)
Hamari Yaad Aayegi (1961)
Memdidi (1961)
Chhabili (1960)
Amber (1952)
Hamari Beti (1950)

Bollywood Profile of FEROZ KHAN





Feroz Khan was born in Bangalore on September 25, 1939 to a Pathan father, Sadiq, and an Iranian mother, Fatima. He has three brothers, Abbas alias Sanjay, Akbar, and Sameer. Both Sanjay and Akbar are actors within their own rights, while Sameer is a film-maker and assists in their Golden Palms Spa located in Bangalore.

Feroz Khan is famous for his styles and dressings. He made his entry on the silver screen in 1960 after his return from a Bangalore-based English medium school. His career initially started as a hero in 'Didi', then he signed up for villain roles, and then made a comeback as a hero again.

Feroz Khan noteworthy movies are Oonche Log, Main Wohi Hoon, Aag, Mela, Upasna, Aprsdh. He became even more popular after the release of Dharmatma, Qurbani, Jaanbaaz, & Dayavan. Feroz Khan got an award for his role in Aadmi Aur Insaan.

Throughout the 1970s and 1980s, he was the top Bollywood star in films and often directed and starred in many of his films. The movie Qurbani was the biggest hit of his career and also launched the singing career of Nazia Hassan. In 1988 he directed and starred in Dayavan which was a remake of a South Indian film Nayagan which starred Kamal Hassan. After he directed and starred in Yalgaar, he took a long break from acting for 11 years and took to producing, directing and even editing a few films. Feroz Khan launched his son Fardeen Khan's career with the 1998 film Prem Aggan which was however a box office failure. Feroz Khan made a comeback to acting with his most recently produced and directed film Janasheen which also starred his son Fardeen Khan and had Feroz make his first film appearance in 11 years. He starred with his son again in Ek Khiladi Ek Haseena which was not however directed by him.

Feroz Khan likes sports-car races and has included this sport in Apradh and then again in Janasheen. He prefers his character name to be either Rajesh or Rakesh. He is a worshipper of Bhagwan Shri Sai Baba and always wears a gold ring on his finger and has a picture close to him. Sai Baba is revered and worshiped by Muslims, Christians, Sikhs, and Hindus in India.

Feroz Khan got married to Sundari in 1965 and they became proud parents of Laila and Fardeen. Despite objections raised by an Islamic Moulvi, Feroz and Sanjay got their children married to non-Islamic families. Laila was married to Rajpal, while Fardeen married Natasha Madhwani, the daughter of Mayur and former Bollywood hottie Mumtaz. Sundari and Feroz have been divorced since 1985.

Feroz has kept away from controversies, though he did get himself banned by the conservative Pakistani government.

Monday Apr 27, 2009 at 1:30am. Feroz Khan at the age of 70, lost his battle with cancer and passed away at his farmhouse in Bangalore. It was his wish to take his last breath in the city where he had born.

Awards :

Filmfare Lifetime Achievement Award in 2000
Filmfare Best Supporting Actor Award in 1970

ABOUT HIM SELF :

Date of Birth: 25 September 1939
Height : 5'8"
City: Bangalore
Country: India
Mother: Fatima
Father: Sadiq Ali Khan
Siblings: Sanjay Khan
Children: Son Fardeen Khan
Marital status: Separated
Ex-spouse: Sundari
Likes: Speed and Races
Occupation: Bollywood Actor/Bollywood Director/Producer
Debut Film: Main Shadi Karne Chala
Languages: Hindi, English, Pakhto (Pashto)

FILMOGRAPHY :

Cash (film) (2007)
Kurbani Remake of Qurbani 1980 (2006)
Welcome (2006)
Ek Khiladi Ek Haseena (2005)
Chitappa (2005)
Janasheen (2003)
Yalgaar (1992)
Meet Mere Man Ka (1991)
Dayavan (1988)
Janbaaz (1986)
Kachche Heere (1982)
Silsila (1981)
Khoon Aur Paani (1981)
Qurbani (1980)
Chunaoti (1980)
Darinda (1977)
Jadu Tona (1977)
Nagin (1976)
Kabeela (1976)
Sharafat Chod Di Maine (1976)
Dharmatma (1975)
Aa Jaa Sanam (1975)
Kala Sona (1975)
Rani Aur Lalpari (1975)
International Crook (1974)
Anjaan Raahen (1974)
Bhagat Dhanna Jatt (1974)
Geeta Mera Naam (1974)
Khhotte Sikkay (1974)
Kisan Aur Bhagwan (1974)
Kashmakash (1973)
Apradh (1972)
Upaasna (1971)
Ek Paheli (1971)
Mela (1971)
Safar (1970)
Aadmi Aur Insaan (1969)
Pyaasi Sham (1969)
Aag (1967)
Aurat (1967)
CID 909 (1967)
Raat Aur Din (1967)
Woh Koi Aur Hoga (1967)
Main Wohi Hoon (1966)
Tasveer (1966)
Arzoo (1965)
Ek Sapera Ek Lootera (1965)
Oonche Log (1965)
Teesra Kaun (1965)
Char Dervesh (1964)
Suhagan (1964)
Bahurani (1963)
Tarzan Goes to India (1962)
Main Shadi Karne Chala (1962)
Didi (1960)