The day when I headed for Mumbai after working a bank for 17 years, is completely fresh in my mind,shares Bollywood actor Sayaji Shinde who is known for his roles in movies like Shool, Daman, Sarkar Raj, among others. The actor today has carved out ... Daily Bhaskar, 1 month ago
Film actor Sayaji Shinde lends helping hand of support to the drought affected farmers in Western Maharashtra. Sayaji Shinde is a popular screen villain, famous for his role in RGV's 'Shool' and Subramaniya Bharathiyaar's role in Bharati' (Tamil), ...Times of India, 1 month ago Bollywood Celebs & Marathi Actors Join Hands To Help Drought Affected Families In Maharashtra Indiatimes, 2 weeks ago Bollywood biggies, Marathi actors come together to help drought affected families Times of India, 2 weeks ago Bollywood Celebs andamp Marathi Actors Join Hands To Help Drought Affected Families In Maharashtra Indiatimes, 2 weeks ago
The film also stars Kajal Aggarwal, Samantha Ruth Prabhu and Pranitha Subhashalong with Jayasudha, Sathyaraj, Tanikellla Bharani, Rao Ramesh, Revathi, Pavani Gangireddy, Saranya Ponvannan, Krishna Bhagavan, Sayaji Shinde and Brahmaji. Coming to ...Equilibrio Informativo, 5 days ago
Mahesh Babu is busy shooting for his highly-anticipated production, Brahmotsavam, in Telugu and Tamil. Directed by Srikkanth Addala, the film is co-produced by Prasad V Potluri. The film also stars Kajal Aggarwal, Samantha Ruth Prabhu and Pranitha Subhash along with Jayasudha, Sathyaraj, Tanikellla Bharani, Rao Ramesh, Revathi, Pavani Gangireddy, Saranya Ponvannan, Krishna Bhagavan, Sayaji Shinde and Brahmaji. The title of the film means a grand celebration and this family entertainer is ...Rediff.com, 1 week ago
Amid the growing focus on water scarcity and farmer suicides in Latur and the drought-hit regions of Maharashtra, a bunch of reel heroes are quietly replicating their on-screen roles in real life. With help from the government and organisations not ...Mumbai Mirror, 2 weeks ago Actors role-play for Latur's sake Mumbai Mirror, 2 weeks ago
Shirdi/Nashik: The prevailing drought across the state did not even spare the three-day Ram Navami celebrations at Shirdi temple from April 14 and the event saw lesser footfall this year. The event saw only about a 100 palkhi (palanquin) ...Times of India, 2 weeks ago
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