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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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Hrithik Roshan: I am a slave to my vision

Everyone's nostalgic about their first pay and so is our hot hunk Hrithik Roshan.The reticent Bollywood actor Hrithik Roshan, who usually keeps his personal life under wraps and rarely talks about his childhood, lately revealed all about his growing years and his mad fetish for cars and bikes. Cherishing his childhood memories Hrithik says, "My first stint in front of camera was for the film called Aap Ke Deewane for which I received 500 bucks for the one shot. There was a market in Juhu called Sarkari Bhandar in which we used to get these toy cars. So I went there and bought 10 hot wheels cars. My first ever earned money was to buy the Hot Wheels Toy cars. I was about 7-8 years old.
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Wishing Hrithik Roshan a very happy Birthday

Friends... what's up with this month! Practically most of the stars (read 'superstars') have ascended from the heavens to be one amongst us and shine (quite literally) in Bollywood! Don't believe us? Then, well, here's the sample list: Right from the start of the year, one has witnessed the birthdays of legendary actors like Bipasha Basu, Vidya Balan, Koena Mitra, Irrfan Khan, Farhan Akhtar...to name a few! Requesting you all to hold your breath as we announce the name of today's Birthday Boy...it is none other than Hrithik Roshan! Not many know that this dude's debut was actually as a child artist in the film Aasha, when he was merely six years old! Later on, he went onto play minuscule but prominent roles in Aap Ke Deewane and Bhagwan Dada. It's only after that he went onto assist his director father in the productions of Karan Arjun and
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