25 Feb 2017 Indian boxers Mohamed Hussamuddin and Meena Kumari Maisnam have entered the semi-finals in their respective categories at the 68th Strandja Memorial Tournament in Bulgaria. Both boxers are now assured of medals. News on Air, 1 month ago
Hussamuddin enters final of Strandja Memorial boxing - Business Standard, 1 month ago
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Indian boxers were assured of two medals at the 68th Strandja Memorial Tournament after Mohamed Hussamuddin (56kg) and Meena Kumari Maisnam (54kg) entered the semifinals of the event in Sofia, Bulgaria.DNA, 1 month ago Hussamuddin ends with silver at 68th Strandja Memorial boxing Business Standard, 1 month ago
Filmmaker BR Chopra had offered the role of main lead in "Baghban" to his favourite actor, Dilip Kumar, who turned it down as he could not decide on his co-actress, according to Achala Nagar, the author of the novel. The film was eventually made in 2003 with ...Business Standard, 2 months ago
After entertaining film lovers for more than eight decades, Regal Theatre is signing off in style with a house-full last show of Raj Kapoors 1964 movie "Sangam" tonight. Built in the pre-independent era, Regal once hosted Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru, his ...Deccan Herald, 7 hours ago
Whether it was 'Lag jaa gale' in 1964 or 'Luka Chuppi' in 2006 -- legendary singer Lata Mangeshkar's renditions have touched generations of music lovers who continue to enjoy her golden tracks. But she says she finds the 'soul' missing from today's music. 'I ...catchnews.com, 2 weeks ago
And no, says Sukanya Verma, the list doesn't start and stop with Boman Irani! Often caricatured on celluloid, there's more to the small but solid Parsi community than quirks and accent. Quite a few of them have made an invaluable contribution to the Hindi film industry with their artistic vision and compelling talent. In Rangoon, an ambitious period drama directed by Vishal Bhardwaj, Saif Ali Khan's character is named Rustom Bilimoria, a Parsi film producer. Here's looking at Bollywood's best ...Rediff.com, 4 weeks ago
On Pran's birth anniversary on February 12, we look back at some of his splendid work. This article was first published in July 2013. Art and reality cross paths to produce some incredible paradoxes. One of the greatest villains of Indian cinema is also one of the finest human beings the industry of entertainment has known. The eternally warm and witty Pran Krishan Sikand won the hearts of millions with his stunning swagger and crisp ferocity on screen and affectionate persona off it. From ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
‘Vikram Malhotra’ – sounds like the name of a rich and powerful businessman sort of a character from a Bollywood potboiler who will change the flow of events with his entry into the plot. The man whom I interviewed in real life by the same name is ...Bollywood Hungama, 2 months ago
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