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Making her debut as a child artist, Sridevi has ruled not just Bollywood but also the South industry for almost a decade and when she made a comeback with English Vinglish, she was welcomed with rave reviews from critics and masses alike. The actress will now be felicitated for her contribution to the Indian film industry at the upcoming Iifa in Madrid, Spain. Sridevi will be flying to Spain to accept the Outstanding Achievement Award, Iifa 2016 for her work in Indian cinema. The 17th Iifa ceremony will be held during the four day long weekend, from June 23 to June 26 in Madrid. Known as the first female superstar of India, Sridevi's most memorable Bollywood films include Sadma, Tohfa, Chalbaaz, Mr. India, Chandni, Lamhe, Laadla, Judaai among others. The actress is currently gearing up for Mom starring Nawazuddin Siddiqui in a cameo and produced by her husband Boney Kapoor. »
- Bollywood Hungama News Network
Bollywood had an interesting year of music, whether it was A.R.Rahman delivering a cohesive soundtrack in Tamasha or Amit Trivedi conjuring up the jazz and swing sounds of Bombay’s jazz age in Bombay Velvet. There was also less pressure on one music director to deliver when multiple artists contributed to the film’s hits like Roy’s ‘Chittiyaan Kalaiyaan’ by Meet Bros, and ‘Sooraj Dooba Hai’ by Amaal Mallik. 2015 was definitely a year for experimentation for music directors, which we completely appreciated including the retro albums like Prem Ratan Dhan Payo with the title track capturing the nation on Dubsmash. Read on for our picks of the year, and let us know what your faves were.
- Rumnique Nannar
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