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“Padmavati & Bajirao Mastani are inspired by Lekh Tandon’s Amrapali” – Sanjay Leela Bhansali

One of Bollywood’s most underrated directors passed away quietly at the age of 88. Lekh Tandon gave us a slim slew of scintillating cinema starting with the blockbuster Professor in 1962. The oddball comedy paired Shammi Kapoor with, of all people,Lalita Pawar! Many decades later Reema Rakeshnath remake Tandon’s blockbuster –very shabbily—as Dil Tera Aashiq. After directing the much-loved musical Jhuk Gaya Aasman (Rajendra Kumar-Saira Banu in an afterlife comedy), PrinceRead More

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Madhuri Dixit Nene completes 30 Glamourous years in Bollywood!

She is a fine actress, complete with mega dancing skills. Starlet Madhuri Dixit Nene has completed a glorious 30 years in the Bollywood industry! We at BollySpice, feel that 30 years is a long feat and surely must be celebrated!

When you hear the name Madhuri, you instantly remember her charming smile that lights up the screen and her amazing grace. Madhuri has worked in many films such as Dil Toh Pagal Hain, Anjaam, Ram Lakhan, Tezaab, Devdas, Hum Tumhare Hain Sanam to name but a few!

Madhuri began her filmi career with the art film Abodh, where she played the innocent character of a newly wedded wife who was not aware of the many changes that come with marriage. She was highly appreciated for her performance. Despite a few initial failures at the box office, Madhuri always bounced back. The film Tezaab became the turning point of her career. Her character
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