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Monday, October 13, 2014

Interview of Actors playing in Katala Ramlila (Hisar) (Hindi) (1080p HD)

Ram is the 7th incarnation of Vishnu and main character of the Ramayana. The Ramayana is based on the life, times and values of Lord Ram. Ramlila is the play is staged annually often over ten or more successive nights, during the auspicious period of Sharad Navratras. The Ramlila is staged by professional troupes called "mandalis".

Main Characters of Katala Ramlila
  • Shree Ram ~ Manish Kumar Kaushik (Mathura)
  • Sita ~ Pawan Sharma (Vrindavan)
  • Lakshman ~ Jagdish Sharma (Mathura)
  • Hanuman ~ Mukat Vihari Sharma (Vrindavan)
  • Angad and Meghanad ~ Shyam Sundar Sharma (Vrindavan)
  • Ravana ~ Chhote Lal Pathak (Vrindavan)
Main Characters of the Ramayana
  • Dasaratha - King of Ayodhya (capital of Kosala), whose eldest son was Ram. Dasaratha had three wives and four sons - Ram, Bharata, and the twins Lakshmana and Satrughna.
  • Hanuman - He is a vanara belonging to the kingdom of Kishkindha. He is born as the son of Kesari, a Vanara king, and Anjana. He plays an important part in locating Sita and in the ensuing battle.
  • King Ravana - The 10 headed king of Lanka who abducted Devi Sita.
  • Lakshman - Ram's younger brother by Dasaratha's third wife, Sumitra. When Rama and Sita were exiled to the forest, Lakshman followed in order to serve them. He was married to Sita's younger sister Urmila.
  • Sita - Ram's wife, the adopted daughter of King Janak. Sita was found in the furrows of a sacred field, and was regarded by the people of Janak's kingdom as a blessed child. Sita is the avatara of goddess Lakshmi, the consort of Vishnu. She is imprisoned on the island of Lanka, until Ram rescues her by defeating the demon king Ravana. Later, she gives birth to Lava and Kusha, the heirs of Ram.
  • Kumbhakarnabrother of Ravana, is famous for his eating and sleeping. His monstrous size and loyalty made him an important part of Ravana's army.
  • Vibhishana - younger brother of Ravana. His intricate knowledge of Lanka was vital in the war, and he was crowned king after the fall of Ravana.

Friday, July 5, 2013

Katrina Kaif reveals her beauty secrets

Katrina Kaif revealed all her secrets of a beautiful skin from Sheila to Chikni Chameli.

Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif exclusively speak to ABP News

Both Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif talked before the release of their film 'Ek Tha Tiger' on 15 August of 2012. Salman says that Katrina has definitely something to become a star in the film industry.

Friday, February 1, 2013

I think Tamil Nadu wants me out: Kamal Haasan on Vishwaroopam battle

Actor Kamal Haasan reacts on Tamil Nadu government's appeal against the High Court verdict that allows big-budget thriller Vishwaroopam to release in the state.

Thursday, January 31, 2013

Never said I feel unsafe in my country, says actor Shah Rukh Khan

Actor Shah Rukh Khan today described a controversy centered on him as "nonsense" and said an article he wrote recently titled 'Being a Khan' was being misquoted. "I implore you all that please read the article. Nowhere does it say that I feel unsafe in my country," he said. "I wrote this article to state how Muslim artists are sometimes troubled by narrow-minded people. But the same thing seems to have happened again," Mr Khan shared at a press conference in Mumbai.

Sunday, November 25, 2012

Picture of Bollywood Stars at their Childhood

Childhood Picture of Bollywood Actors

Aamir Khan

Shahrukh Khan

Abhishek Bachchan

Akshay Kumar

Sunny Deol

Sanjay Dutt

Saif Ali Khan

Bobby Deol

Hrithik Roshan

Childhood Picture of Bollywood Actress

Aishwarya Rai


Rani Mukerji

Karisma Kapoor

Kareena Kapoor

Raveena Tandon

Sonali Bendre

Twinkle Khanna

Amisha Patel

Picture of Sridevi with her Family Members

Sridevi at Childhood 

Sridevi with her Parent and Sister

Sridevi with her Sister Srilatha

Sridevi with Boney Kapoor (on Her Wedding)

Sridevi with her Husband Boney Kapoor

Sridevi with Boney Kapoor and her Daughter Jhanvi

Sridevi with her Daughter Jhanvi

Sridevi Kapoor, is an Indian film actress who has worked in Tamil, Telugu, Hindi, Malayalam and a few Kannada films. Starting to act at the age of four, she made her debut as an adult in the late 1970s. 
  • Born : August 13, 1963 (age 49)
  • Height : 1.67 m 
  • Parents : Ayyapan Yanger, Rajeswari Yanger
  • Siblings : Srilatha Yanger 
  • Children : Jhanvi Kapoor, Khushi Kapoor 

The Interview of Sridevi (After Success of English Vinglish)

Not only is her comeback film English Vinglish equally loved by masses, classes and critics, but the role as well as performance and the film itself rank among her finest. As Shashi Godbole, she has proved that her 15-year break from the big screen has not made her lose even a spark from her histrionic fire (she was last seen in Judaai, the serial Malini Iyer discounting her delayed “Mere Biwi Ka Jawaab Nahin” that came and vamoosed in 2004). Between 2002 and 2005 she also produced three films – Shakti – The Power, Run and Bewafaa starring other actresses.

Sridevi, who first faced the camera at the age of seven, is full of beans when India-West has a ‘phoner with her. 

The Interview of Sridevi :

Question : How does it feel to be the luckiest in a whole range of actresses coming back to films?

Answer : Yes, I need to say a big thank you to my fans and the audiences, and to God. When Gauri narrated the subject to me, in a chance meeting for something else between Boney-ji and Balki-ji, he told my husband that his wife was planning such a story. Boney-ji suggested my name. When we meet we just clicked as people apart from my loving the script.

Question : Is not this your first-ever film with a woman director? Or have you had any in the South?

Answer : Never! Though the gender did not matter by itself, I admit there was a greater comfort level, because you can talk about almost anything with a woman. And I enjoyed every moment of working on this film, especially because Boney-ji was there throughout the ten-week schedule of the film in New York. It was like a free holiday for him! (Laughs)

Question : What does he think of your performance?

Answer : You will have to ask him! (Chuckles)

Question : All your co-stars were new to you. How were they to work with?

Answer : I loved working with the small boy, Sagar, who was so unusually sharp and good as an actor and so cute. My French co-star Mehdi Nebbou was so enthusiastic and quite a perfectionist. Adil Hussain and everyone else were good too.

Question : Which is the best compliment you have received for this role?

Answer : Well, I never planned any comeback. But I feel so lucky and grateful at what is happening. Such praise leads to a great responsibility that cannot be taken lightly. The compliments – the sms-es and the calls - have never stopped. Strangers call me, stop me and there are ladies who call up or hug me and say how the film changed their lives. I am amazed that so many people have told me that English Vinglish is exactly their story - not just wives, but even husbands and kids have come and told me that they have apologized to their wives and mothers after watching this film! Daughters have called from abroad to tell us how they have called their mothers in India to say sorry for behaving the way they did with them.

Question : How much has all this motivated you to do more films, or maybe become choosier? 

Answer : I will look for quality films, because I will have to be away from my family during shooting. Before we shot this film, my husband took my daughters Jhanvi and Khushi, and me for a month-long holiday to Las Vegas because I was going to be away from my kids.

Question : Which have been your past favorites from your films?

Answer : All my films are close to me! But among those in Hindi, Yash Chopra-ji really made me look beautiful in Chandni and Lamhe and Sadma, Mr. India and Chaalbaaz are also special.

Question : Your music was a great asset to your career, especially in the films of Bappi Lahiri at first and then Laxmikant-Pyarelal.

Answer : I am very grateful to these stalwarts. They really gave me such great songs. I had lovely songs in Yash-ji’s films too.

Question : Recently Tusshar Kapoor expressed his anger at a statement you had made about Himmatwala being no “Mughal-E-Azam.” 

Answer : I would rather not speak about that.

Question : What is the truth behind all the conflicting media reports about your daughter Jhanvi doing films, your grooming her, and then her not doing films and so on?

Answer : I am quite disturbed by whatever the newspapers keep writing because it is all untrue. Jhanvi’s just 15 and she is doing very well in her studies. We do not even discuss a career in films.

Question : Will it be okay if she decides on a film career later? 

Answer : We will see about that if the time comes. Why should I break my head on it now?

Question : What is the status of the sequel to “Mr. India?”

Answer : That is again something that my husband knows better!

50 Days of English Vinglish

Sridevi’s comeback vehicle, English Vinglish, has completed a 50 day run at the box-office across the country. This film, directed by Gauri Shinde and produced by Balki, was received with glowing reviews by the critics and the paying public. The Hindi version has netted close to 39 crores at the Indian box-office. In the overseas markets, the Hindi version of English Vinglish has collected more than 20 crores thereby emerging as a big success.

The film released in Telugu and Tamil as well and met with success in Tamil Nadu too. Ajith appeared in a cameo in the Tamil and Telugu versions while Amitabh Bachchan wowed audiences in a similar cameo in the Hindi version.

Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Amitabh Bachchan SPOTTED with grand daughter

Amitabh Bachchan along with daughter in law Aishwarya Rai Bachchan was spotted leaving from the Seven Hills Hospital with his grand daughter on 21 November 2011

Jaya Bachchan with her son (Abhishek Bachchan) and daughter (Shweta Bachchan)

Jaya Bachchan with her son (Abhishek Bachchan) and daughter (Shweta Bachchan)
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