Well, in the upcoming film Kuch Kuch Locha Hai, whose trailer has just released, Ram Kapoor, who plays a 45-year old married rich Gujarati businessman Pravin Patel, gets swayed by Sunny's constant sexy antics! From skimpy bikinis to flaunting assets or seducing in Marilyn Monroe style or dancing a la Dimple Kapadia style (like she did in the romantic number 'Jane Do Na' from the film Saagar), Sunny, who essays the character of a movie star, turns the heat on and almost makes Ram drool over her!
Ramesh Sippy’s cult classic Sholay was released 39 years ago in 1975. In that film, he created the character of Basanti with his favourite actress Hema Malini. Now, after almost 4 decades, the duo will be working together once again in Shimla Mirchi.
Ramesh Sippy always chose to make diverse films right through his career with many blockbusters to his name. To begin with the mature love story Andaz, to the comedy Seeta aur Geeta, to an action adventure Sholay, to the slick action Shaan to the family drama with Shakti to the romantic love story Saagar. Like many of his films, this new project will follow the path of titles beginning with S.
"I loved doing a role in movie that demands such high level of humour. I hope the audiences accept and like me doing comedy for a change," said the actress, known for her work in movies like "Bobby", "Saagar", "Rudaali" and "Dil Chahta Hai".
The 56-year-old launched the trailer of "What The Fish" here Tuesday along with the film's director Gurmmeet Singh.
She had donned a new avatar for the event. She wore a cotton sari, peculiar glasses, and even.
Ramesh Sippy is known for his memorable films "Seeta Aur Geeta", "Sholay", "Shakti" and "Saagar", among others.
"I would always like to do original films. My wish is that I should never remake my dad's film, only then one would understand what is the difference between both of us. I would never want to touch my father's films," said Rohan who debuted as a director with "Kuch Naa Kaho".
"So many of his films were perfect. Where will you find actors like Dilip Kumar and Amitabh.
Helen (Richardson Khan), of Anglo-Burmese origin, was both October 21st 1939 and is best remember as the Bollywood item dancer of the 60s and 70s. During
Bollywood’s pride Dimpla Kapadia and the hot-bodied Shilpa Shetty will turn a year old today
Dimple Kapadia turns 54 years old
A sixteen year old cherubic Dimple entered movies with Raj Kapoor’s Bobby (1973). The actress set the screen ablaze in bold roles made real with her innocent face. Dimple did not have to stop in her career, of course barring the 10 years that she was married A failed marriage to superstar Rajesh Khanna may have set her back ten years in her career, and inspite of being a single mother to Twinkle and Rinke Khanna, she returned to films a finer and more mature actress. Whether in commercial films (Saagar 1985, Bees Saal Baad 1988) or in offbeat meaningful cinema (Drishti 1990, Rudaali 1993), Dimple Kapadia remains loved and respected by the masses and classes alike.
Shilpa Shetty turns 36 years today
This actress has undergone a radical makeover in her 17 year old Bollywood career.
The Beautiful Dimple Kapadia
On an evening flight out of London, about a quarter of a century back, the gorgeous Dimple Kapadia sauntered into the first-class of the aircraft. She was followed by more than the regular entourage of London?s airport ground personnel from our esteemed (in those glorious days) airline!
Dimple Boards the Aircraft
It is extremely difficult to recount how stunning she looked in her large, red furry overcoat, dutifully taken off her slender shoulders by one of our crew. As she settled in her seat (4-j), pulling off her long black woolen gloves, she could very well sense the flattering glances from each and every one around. Dimple?s famous flowing tresses enhanced her beauty even more, and each time she moved
Dum Maaro Dum is set in the exotic Indian beach resort of Goa, and tells the story of six characters whose lives change forever when they become embroiled in the shady and perilous underworld. A fast-paced, stylised thriller which races through the by-lanes, beach shacks and party scene of Goa, Dum Maaro Dum is a compelling tale set against the stunning backdrop of one of the world's most famous tourist hotspots.
Directed by Rohan Sippy (Bluffmaster, Kuch Naa Kaho) and produced by Ramesh Sippy, who brought audiences one of the greatest classics in the history of Indian cinema, Sholay, as well as other cult films such as Seeta Aur Geeta, Shaan and Saagar,
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