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10 best father-son/father-daughter moments in Bollywood!

The relation with a father is a very unique- bitter, sweet and the most special one! He has spoilt you silly, made sure you get what you want, and has also been your friend, guiding source, strongest support, favourite cheerleader and what not. You may have argued and fought with him at times, but surviving without him is just not possible. This distinct relationship has been very beautifully and amazingly highlighted on several occasions in Bollywood that we have totally fallen in love with. On Father's Day this year, we bring to you the 10 best father-son/father-daughter moments in Bollywood movies. Check them out; we're sure you'll love them all!

Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani- Dad gives wings to the dreams

Everyone has some dreams and wants to fulfill them. And what can be better when your dad is the one giving wing to your dream to fly? Exactly how
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Daddy Cool! Happy BollySpice Fathers Day!

Whether it is Anjali’s cool papa Rahul (Kuch Kuch Hota Hai) or Simran’s stern but good-hearted bauji (Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge), one thing is clear. Fathers rock!

We at BollySpice got together to celebrate Fathers Day 2014, Bollywood style.

The selection below includes the catchy Daddy Cool from Chahaat (1996), the sing along Re MaMa Re (Andaaz; 1971) and the cult classic Papa Kehte Hain (Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak; 1988).

We are certain that there is a special song below that will have you smiling and singing along.

Happy Father’s Day from BollySpice!

Song: Yeh Betiyan Tau Babul Ki Raniya Hai

Film: Na Tum Jaano Na Hum

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Song: Tu Mera Dil/Oh I love you Daddy

Film: Akele Hum Akele Tum

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Ukqe66YO-y

Song: Re Mama Re Mama Re

Film: Andaaz

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Manisha says no to small roles

Manisha says no to small roles
Mumbai, April 3: Post illness, actress Manisha Koirala is eagerly waiting to wear the grease paint and face the camera, but is not ready to do small roles.

"I want to see myself on the screen but it has to be with good script, good actors, and director. I have been getting lot of offers, but they say it's an important role with two scenes. I will not do that and I am not interested."

Manisha, who was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in 2012, has been cured.

After debuting with "Saudagar" in 1991, the 43-year-old went on to do films like "1942: A Love Story", "Criminal", "Bombay", "Akele Hum Akele Tum", "Gupt:.
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Mansoor, one of our finest filmmakers: Aamir Khan

New Delhi, Oct 12: Calling Mansoor Khan "one of the finest filmmakers" of Indian cinema, Bollywood actor-producer Aamir Khan Friday said that his cousin's decision of not making films anymore is a "huge loss" to the industry.

"I have grown up with Mansoor. He is one of the finest filmmakers I think India has seen. I began my career with his film 'Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak'. I don't know why he decided not to make films. I consider it a huge loss to the industry," Aamir said here as he hosted the launch of Mansoor's debut book "The Third Curve".

"I'm still hoping he will come back," added Aamir, who had also worked under Mansoor's direction in films like "Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikander" and "Akele Hum Akele Tum".

Mansoor's last.
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Manisha Koirala is finally free of cancer

Manisha Koirala is finally free of cancer
Manisha Koirala who had mesmerized her fans with her acting prowess and charm was diagnosed with ovarian cancer. After prolonged treatment, the ordeal finally seems to be over and the actress reported that she is finally cancer free. Manisha had debuted in 1991 with the blockbuster film of Subhash GhaiSaudagar. She went on to make a number of movies like Mann, Akele Hum Akele Tum and many others including her critically acclaimed roles in Bombay, Khamoshi, Dil Se, Lajja, 1942: a love storyetc. Her last appearance was a 3D horror film by Ram Gopal Verma titled Bhoot returns which did not perform well at ...
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Manisha to go to the Us for cancer treatment

Manisha to go to the Us for cancer treatment
Manisha Koirala has been a great asset to the Hindi film Industry. She is a skilled actress and has numerous numbers of good films to her credit. She started her journey into films with a Nepali film. She comes from a renowned political family of Nepal. She has done films in various languages but has been most prominently recognized in the Hindi film industry. Her first ventured into Bollywood films was in the year 1991, which was titled “Saudagar” that proved to be the biggest film of the year. She is associated with some of the most critically acclaimed films, like “Akele Hum Akele Tum”, “1942: A Love Story”, “Bombay”, •..
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Manisha Koirala admitted to hospital

Manisha Koirala admitted to hospital
Manisha Koirala, the Nepali beauty who ruled the roost in the 90's courtesy her films like Saudagar, Bombay, Dil Se, Akele Hum Akele Tum etc, has been admitted to Mumbai's Jaslok Hospital. The actress has not been keeping well for a while and had fallen unconscious before she was admitted on Tuesday night. There are news reports doing rounds which state that she has been diagnosed with Cancer, however there is no official confirmation as yet. Manisha was last seen in Rgv's Bhoot Returns earlier this year. We wish the pretty actress a speedy recovery.
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Manisha Koirala diagnosed with cancer?

Manisha Koirala, the Nepali-Indian actress who ruled the roost in the 90's, has been reportedly admitted to Jaslok Hospital after she fell unconcious. Manisha made her entry in Bollywood with the film Saudagar and established herself as one of the leading actresses in the 90's with films like 1942- A Love Story, Agni Sakshi and Gupt. Manisha is also recognised for her performances in films Bombay, Khamoshi, Akele Hum Akele Tum and many more. The talented actress last appear
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Actor-filmmaker Rakesh Roshan turns 63

Producer, director and Bollywood actor Rakesh Roshan turned a year older on Thursday. Rakesh Roshan, who was born in a Punjabi family in 1949, turned 63. Roshan debuted as an actor in the film Ghar Ghar Ki Kahani in 1970 and then acted in several other films like Khel Khel Mein, Khoobsurat, Bhagwan Dada, Khoon Bhari Maang, Akele Hum Akele Tum. Roshan set up his own production house Filmkraft in 1980 and produced their first film Aap Ke Deewane in the same year.He m
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Tell Me O Kkhuda Music Review

Tell Me O Kkhuda not only marks the debut of one of Bollywood’s most beloved divas, Hema Malini’s directorial debut, but also marks Esha Deol’s return to the screen after a hefty break alongside legends such as Vinod Khanna, Rishi Kapoor and father Dharmendra Singh Deol. But whether Bollywood’s once dream-girl turns dream-director is a conversation for a different day.

By the looks of the promos and trailers, Tell Me O Kkhuda tackles an unseasoned topic for Indian Cinema and therefore gives composers and in particular lyricists a whole lot of different and intense emotions to deal with. How the various composers and lyrists achieve that with Tell Me O Kkhuda “is” conversation for today.

The soundtrack consists of seven tracks, three of which have been composed by Pritam (Mausam and Once Upon A Time in Mumbai) and the reminder by other composers amongst which are
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Mansoor Khan to make Bollywood comeback

Now this is going to be 'big breaking news' for all those who actually thought that one of Indian Film Industry's gem was lost and took a sabbatical. His career began way back with Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak, followed by Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikander, Akele Hum Akele Tum and then Josh. Now in such cases, you really don't want the readers to keep guessing. So I can simply put it like - Mansoor Khan Is Back! Yes, the producer of Jaane Tu... Ya Jaane Na is back to where he belongs and back to what he does best. As of now, Aamir Khan has once again urged him to step into writing, and that too for Aamir Khan Productions. Aamir clarified the above when I met him yesterday at the Taj Lands End in Bandra where he was giving interviews for his next production Delhi Belly. He quotes, "Mansoor Khan is a great talent.
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Mansoor Khan to make Bollywood comeback

Now this is going to be 'big breaking news' for all those who actually thought that one of Indian Film Industry's gem was lost and took a sabbatical. His career began way back with Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak, followed by Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikander, Akele Hum Akele Tum and then Josh. Now in such cases, you really don't want the readers to keep guessing. So I can simply put it like - Mansoor Khan Is Back! Yes, the producer of Jaane Tu... Ya Jaane Na is back to where he belongs and back to what he does best. As of now, Aamir Khan has once again urged him to step into writing, and that too for Aamir Khan Productions. Aamir clarified the above when I met him yesterday at the Taj Lands End in Bandra where he was giving interviews for his next production Delhi Belly. He quotes, "Mansoor Khan is a great talent.
See full article at BollywoodHungama »

Juhi, Manisha bond in Kashmir

Despite both of them being in the industry for 20 years, Onir’s I Am is Juhi Chawla and Manisha Koirala’s first film together. Describing the experience as “pleasantly refreshing”, Chawla says, “Manisha is a very open-hearted person. In the past, we have never gone beyond exchanging pleasantries. We have never been on the same set at the same time. So to come together as friends on screen after all these years was wonderful.” Chawla claims to love all of Koirala’s films from Saudagar (1991), Khamoshi The Musical (1996) to Akele Hum Akele Tum (1995). During the shoot, she adds that ...
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Juhi, Manisha bond in Kashmir

Despite both of them being in the industry for 20 years, Onir’s I Am is Juhi Chawla and Manisha Koirala’s first film together. Describing the experience as “pleasantly refreshing”, Chawla says, “Manisha is a very open-hearted person. In the past, we have never gone beyond exchanging pleasantries. We have never been on the same set at the same time. So to come together as friends on screen after all these years was wonderful.” Chawla claims to love all of Koirala’s films from Saudagar (1991), Khamoshi The Musical (1996) to Akele Hum Akele Tum (1995). During the shoot, she adds that ...
See full article at Hindustan Times - Cinema »

Juhi, Manisha bond in Kashmir

Despite both of them being in the industry for 20 years, Onir’s I Am is Juhi Chawla and Manisha Koirala’s first film together. Describing the experience as “pleasantly refreshing”, Chawla says, “Manisha is a very open-hearted person. In the past, we have never gone beyond exchanging pleasantries. We have never been on the same set at the same time. So to come together as friends on screen after all these years was wonderful.” Chawla claims to love all of Koirala’s films from Saudagar (1991), Khamoshi The Musical (1996) to Akele Hum Akele Tum (1995). During the shoot, she adds that ...
See full article at Hindustan Times - Cinema »

Juhi, Manisha bond in Kashmir

Despite both of them being in the industry for 20 years, Onir’s I Am is Juhi Chawla and Manisha Koirala’s first film together. Describing the experience as “pleasantly refreshing”, Chawla says, “Manisha is a very open-hearted person. In the past, we have never gone beyond exchanging pleasantries. We have never been on the same set at the same time. So to come together as friends on screen after all these years was wonderful.” Chawla claims to love all of Koirala’s films from Saudagar (1991), Khamoshi The Musical (1996) to Akele Hum Akele Tum (1995). During the shoot, she adds that ...
See full article at Hindustan Times - Cinema »

Juhi, Manisha bond in Kashmir

Despite both of them being in the industry for 20 years, Onir’s I Am is Juhi Chawla and Manisha Koirala’s first film together. Describing the experience as “pleasantly refreshing”, Chawla says, “Manisha is a very open-hearted person. In the past, we have never gone beyond exchanging pleasantries. We have never been on the same set at the same time. So to come together as friends on screen after all these years was wonderful.” Chawla claims to love all of Koirala’s films from Saudagar (1991), Khamoshi The Musical (1996) to Akele Hum Akele Tum (1995). During the shoot, she adds that ...
See full article at Hindustan Times - Cinema »

Juhi, Manisha bond in Kashmir

Despite both of them being in the industry for 20 years, Onir’s I Am is Juhi Chawla and Manisha Koirala’s first film together. Describing the experience as “pleasantly refreshing”, Chawla says, “Manisha is a very open-hearted person. In the past, we have never gone beyond exchanging pleasantries. We have never been on the same set at the same time. So to come together as friends on screen after all these years was wonderful.” Chawla claims to love all of Koirala’s films from Saudagar (1991), Khamoshi The Musical (1996) to Akele Hum Akele Tum (1995). During the shoot, she adds that ...
See full article at Hindustan Times - Cinema »

Juhi, Manisha bond in Kashmir

Despite both of them being in the industry for 20 years, Onir’s I Am is Juhi Chawla and Manisha Koirala’s first film together. Describing the experience as “pleasantly refreshing”, Chawla says, “Manisha is a very open-hearted person. In the past, we have never gone beyond exchanging pleasantries. We have never been on the same set at the same time. So to come together as friends on screen after all these years was wonderful.” Chawla claims to love all of Koirala’s films from Saudagar (1991), Khamoshi The Musical (1996) to Akele Hum Akele Tum (1995). During the shoot, she adds that ...
See full article at Hindustan Times - Cinema »

Juhi, Manisha bond in Kashmir

Despite both of them being in the industry for 20 years, Onir’s I Am is Juhi Chawla and Manisha Koirala’s first film together. Describing the experience as “pleasantly refreshing”, Chawla says, “Manisha is a very open-hearted person. In the past, we have never gone beyond exchanging pleasantries. We have never been on the same set at the same time. So to come together as friends on screen after all these years was wonderful.” Chawla claims to love all of Koirala’s films from Saudagar (1991), Khamoshi The Musical (1996) to Akele Hum Akele Tum (1995). During the shoot, she adds that ...
See full article at Hindustan Times - Cinema »
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