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Mother's Day Special: Nirupa Roy, Rakhee, Dina Pathak, Shaban ...

anju : There is Ma... http://t.co/6SMb4Z38tX 9 minutes ago radhika pandey Mother's Day Special: Nirupa Roy, Rakhee, Dina Pathak, Shaban Azmi Different shades of Cine-Maa: There is Ma... http://t.co/Y0n4cF3N4V 9 minutes ago Raina Gupta Mother's ... NewsR.in, 1 month ago

Mufti dismayed over sluggish fund utilization, cautions administration

UDHAMPUR/RAMBAN, July 2: Expressing dismay over inadequate utilization of funds, the Chief Minister Mufti Mohammed Sayeed today called for expeditious and effective usage of allocated money to get the desired results on the ground. Unfortunately, ...
 Kashmir Times3 days ago J&K set to get Rs 11,000 cr Plan, CSSs this year: CM  Daily Excelsior.com3 days ago CM chairs DDB meetings of Udhampur, Ramban  5 Dariya News - English4 days ago
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Meet the Latecomers of Bollywood!

It's never too late to start your career in Bollywood. Age is no bar for actor. Some like Rishi Kapoor, Padmini Kolhapure and Alia Bhatt began their career in Bollywood so early, they practically grew up in front of us. There are some who join the film industry after they’ve hit the 40s and still make a name for themselves. Here’s a look at some of the most successful latecomers in Hindi films. Amrish Puri Known to intimidate with his booming baritone and punishing gaze, ...
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I did get typecast after Gandhi

Veteran actor Rohini Hattangadi, a familiar face on television, and in theatre and movies, finds her true calling to be stage as each performance gives her a better understanding of her character. In conversation with NT BUZZ she speaks about ...
 Navhind Times1 month ago
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Shefali feels mothers roles in films have changed

MUMBAI: Actor Shefali Shah feels the image of the on-screen mother has undergone a massive change in Bollywood and is now reduced to just cardboard characters. The actor is playing mother to Ranveer Singh and Priyanka Chopra in Zoya Akhtar's Dil ...
 The Gulf Today1 month ago Roles of mothers in B-Town are cliched: Shefali Shah  Afternoon Despatch & Courier1 month ago Shefali Shah: Was Apprehensive of 'Dil Dhadakne Do' as Priyanka, Ranveer Are Closer to My Age  India-West1 month ago Shefali turns mother of Priyanka and Ranveer  Samaylive1 month ago
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Moushumi Chatterjee: Sanjeev Kumar used to treat me like a child

'If Dharmendra saw me standing alone at a party, he would say, ' Where is your husband? Go and stand with him'.' 'I would play with Vinod Khanna's son Rahul and babysit Akshaye. 'I used to call Shashi Kapoor 'uncle' earlier. But when I was shooting for Anari, he told me not to call him 'uncle' because we were shooting for a romantic song and some fans were around.' Moushumi Chatterjee looks back fondly at her superstar co-stars. Moushumi Chatterjee gave us a beautiful insight into her life, ...
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Infocus: Poetry, pain, passion and Rekha

Today, when asked if he can imagine anyone other than Rekha as Umrao Jaan, Muzaffar Ali insists he can't. But back in the '80s, when the writer, producer and director decided to adapt Mirza Hadi Ruswa's 1905 Urdu novel, Umrao Jaan Ada, he admits ...
 Bangalore Mirror1 month ago

Throwback Thursday 20 TV serials of 1980s youll never get tired of

The '80s is often considered the darkest period in Bollywood history. This was the time when the '70's big guns, Rajesh and Vinod Khanna, were giving duds after dud and the Khan troika of the '90's was yet to rise. Amitabh Bachchan and Jeetendra ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago
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'I never thought Baa would become so popular!'

Veteran actress Sudha Shivpuri, known for her role as Baa on Ekta Kapoor's hugely popular telly soap Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi, passed away, on May 20 in Mumbai. She was 77. We reproduce here, an interview with the veteran actress, published in January 2008. Sudha Shivpuri started her career at an age when most people retire. Her character Baa in Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi is such a favourite among viewers that even at 106, no one wants the character to die! ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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