1953 - Meena Kumari (Baiju Bawra) 1954 - Meena Kumari (Parineeta) 1955 - Kamini Kaushal (Biraj Bahu) 1956 - Nutan (Seema) 1957 - Nargis (Mother India) 1958 - Vyjayanthimala (Sadhna) 1959 - Nutan (Sujata) 1960 - Bina Rai ... FilmFare.com, 1 month ago
Yusuf Khan a.k.a. Dilip Kumar never wanted to be an actor. His first love was sports and he was a consummate footballer and cricketer. He also wanted to launch a chain of high tea outlets. The Peshawari lad was also overseeing his father's fruit ...FilmFare.com, 1 month ago
Mumbai, Jan 25 (PTI) A two-month festival here pays tribute to the Indian women in cinema with film screenings, red carpet premieres, retrospectives, exhibitions and discussions. Osianama's Womanhood - The Battle to be Thyself, an international ...Press Trust of India, 1 week ago 'Osianama' to pay tribute to the Indian woman in cinema from Jan 23 to Mar 27 Meri News, 3 weeks ago
As incidents of child abuse across the country witnessed an alarming 151 per cent jump in the last five years, the Supreme Court on Monday asked Parliament to consider amending penal provisions for awarding harsher punishment to those convicted of ...India Today, 3 weeks ago To castrate child rapists or not: Supreme Court asks Centre India Today, 3 weeks ago As child rapes rise, women lawyers demand castration India Today, 1 month ago
Prev By The Guide Team | Posted 06-Dec-2015 sunday mid-day brings you a complete planner of events for the week ahead For the love of a sketch book 1 4 PM: It's Sketchbook Sunday, so carry your pens, pencils, watercolours, and ...Mid Day, 2 months ago
Page that's watching you even without a CCTV camera ■ Shabana Azmi hosted her close friends to lunch at the brand new restaurant of a Juhu hotel in Mumbai on Monday ■ Happy happy Lalit Modi IF he can't come to India, he will bring India to ...Pune Mirror, 2 months ago
IMAGE: Sania Mirza features in the BBC’s 100 women of 2015. Photographs: Instagram Indian tennis sensation Sania Mirza, currently the world women's doubles champion, features in the BBC’s 100 women of 2015, a list of ‘aspirational women’ across the world, compiled by the media conglomerate. She is the first Indian woman to do everything... from breaking into the Top 50 to reach No 1 and go from winning WTA titles to Grand Slams. The Hyderabadi says she is proud to be ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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