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The A to Z of Shah Rukh Khan

The A to Z of Shah Rukh Khan

Bollywood's Badshah turns 50 on November 2, and it's time to celebrate his life and movies. 'Tu toh bilkul hero nahi lagta (you don't look like a hero at all).' In candid interviews over the years, an amused Shah Rukh Khan has often recalled this observation, made by a security guard during the actor's early years in Bollywood. The statement, though blunt, is not entirely inaccurate. Khan was, and is, not particularly tall or strikingly handsome or impressively beefy. Yet here we are, on the ..., 1 month ago

PK to Sarfarosh: Aamir Khan's 5 films with a cause and message

Spotlight: Aamir Khan All hell broke loose after one of Bollywood's most outspoken and successful actors, Aamir Khan, complained of rising religious intolerance in the country and revealed that his family contemplated moving abroad because of the ...
 MSN News US21 hours ago Shah Rukh Khan as Mohan Bhargav, Salman Khan as Prem, Aamir Khan as Bhuvan- 5 ideal men Bollywood has to offer!  Bollywoodlife.com1 week ago Lagaan, Ghajini, 3 Idiots, PK 10 times when Aamir Khan proved that he is the Bollywood's master of disguise!  Bollywoodlife.com2 months ago

10 historical performances!

Some historical performances here! India’s heritage brims in rich history and heroes. Bollywood has often attempted to tap its grand potential on celluloid too. The result is some of Hindi cinema’s most lavish, costliest period epics ranging from K Asif’s celebrated Mughal-E-Azam to Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s December offering, Bajirao Mastani. In the picture: Deepika Padukone in a still from Bajirao Mastani We look at 10 instances of actors portraying historical figures.
 Rediff.com6 days ago

Newsmaker: Aamir Khan. the thinking man's hero

Protesters were camped outside his Mumbai house. Black ink was smeared on the posters of his films. On Twitter, people called him a traitor, and his Bollywood colleagues wondered whether he might like to live in a different country. What had ...
 Abu Dhabi National12 hours ago

The Changing Idea Of Indian Nationalism

RAJDEEP SARDESAI IN his autobiography, the original Hindi film superstar Dilip Kumar writes of how he got his screen name. It was the Bombay Talkies owner Devika Rani who told him, Yousuf, I was thinking about your launch as an actor and I felt it ...
 Navhind Times6 hours ago

San Antonio Symphony drums up forceful concerto

Photo: Courtesy Shayne Gray Image 1 of / 37 Caption Close Image 1 of 37 Stewart Copeland, the former percussionist for The Police, joined the San Antonio Symphony in a heart-pounding performance of Gamelan DDrum. Stewart ...
 MySanAntonio1 week ago
Mumbai Mirror

Indian culture is the best

By Anuvab Pal The "fringe" elements creating chaos outside the BCCI offices in Mumbai or at book readings or music concerts are correct. The real problem with Mumbai terrorism today is Pakistani cricket played here. All the CIA research on ISIS, Al ...
 Mumbai Mirror1 month ago
India Blooms

The Father through the lens

For millions of Indian children today, Gandhi is identified with the bald, bespectacled old man whose face appears in the currency note. Within this ambiance of anonymity and ignorance, Hindi cinema has succeeded to some extent in liberating the ...
 India Blooms1 month ago
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