Bollywood Fetes Acclaimed Director Zhang Yimou – PTI

Renowned Chinese filmmaker Zhang Yimou, who is behind internationally acclaimed films like “Red Sorghum,” “Ju Dou” and “House of Flying Daggers,” feels Indian cinema has broken the stereotype of dancing and singing by venturing into other genres as well.

“There have been lot of changes in the Indian movie industry. I would love to get to know more about the films here,” Zhang told PTI Oct. 20.

“For India it is singing and dancing in movies, while for China it is martial arts and kung fu. Both Asian countries have a lot of things in common. We see lot of potential for collaboration,” he said.

Zhang was honored with a lifetime achievement award at the 14th Mumbai Film Festival. He said he was surprised to get selected for the award, because he does not know whether he is popular in India.

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Bollywood inspiration for better ties with India: Canadian PM

GURGAON, NOV 7:  Drawing a parallel between Indo-Canadian ties and Bollywood romances, Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper today said both the countries need to overcome obstacles quickly, as hero and heroine do, for building a stronger relationship.

“I believe there is a kind of a parallel to Canada and India and the typical Bollywood ploy. Two young people meet, they know they are meant for each other, but they have obstacles to over come,” Harper said at the World Economic Forum on India meeting here.

A self confessed Bollywood fan, he added: “They do, in fact, overcome those obstacles and the happy ending ensures and they do so before the viewers loose interest.”

Stressing the need for Canada and India to take a cue from such happy endings, Harper said: “It’s a bit like how I see the relationship between Canada and India. We have to work hard to overcome the obstacles and we have to work quickly, if we are to get to the happy ending that we both want. It won’t be easy but can be done. So lets get it done quickly.”

While the two countries have completed a social security agreement, they are still engaged in extensive negotiations for a free trade pact and investment protection agreement.

Pointing out that the reforms taken up by New Delhi are increasingly expanding the country’s economy, Harper said Canada attached great importance to relationship with India, but the two countries are yet to fully exploit the potential.

“The untapped economic potential between us is massive and undeniable. But massive and undeniable as that potential is, it will not develop itself. It will take consorted effort on both of the countries,” said Harper, who also met Prime Minister Manmohan Singh during his India visit.

The Canadian Prime Minister said the two countries are targeting $15 billion in bilateral trade by 2015. The current merchandise trade is about $5 billion.

He also said that there are already over 500 Canadian companies in India and another 100 have plans to enter the country.

Harper further said the two countries could have a great partnership as Canada needs emerging economies and India needs partnership with developed countries.

Keywords: Indo- Canadian ties, Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper, Bollywood, World Economic Forum on India, social security agreement, free trade pact, investment protection agreement

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Bollywood great tragedies with Stars Life

Madhubala—– She was one of the most beautiful actresses in Bollywood.  She was one of the most sought-after actresses in India. She played her role larger than life. But this beautiful actress died at the age of 36.  The Anarkali of Indian Cinema was born with a complex heart condition, which was difficult to be treated in those days.  She  eventually succumbed to her illness at the age of 36 in the year 1969 leaving a void in the Indian celluloid industry forever.  The sad part was that she was surrounded by a number of people when she was a big name, but during her last days when she was bedridden, she had no one besides her and she died a lonely death. 

Meena Kumari —- The tragedy queen of Indian cinema left us at the age of 39 in the year 1972 due to cirrhosis of liver caused due to heavy alcohol consumption.  Her classic contributions include Parineeta, Baiju Bawra, Saheb Biwi aur Ghulam and Pakeezah.  She was also a poetess in Urdu and has written beautiful sad poems in her lonely days. The saddest part was when she died, her superhit film Pakeezah was still running in all the theatres. She didn’t even get a chance to see how much people loved her and appreciated her performance in the film.

Guru Dutt—-  The legendary actor and director Guru Dutt , who made classics such as Pyaasa , Kaagaz Ke Phool , Sahib Bibi Aur Ghulam , and Chaudhvin Ka Chand, was head over heels in love with actress Waheeda Rehman .  He died at the age of 42 due to overdose of sleeping pills, caused by depression.  He had tried to commit suicide twice before but somehow survived after he was rushed to the hospital. But unfortunately the third time it was his bad luck. 

Parveeb Babi—– She is most remembered for her glamorous roles alongside top heroes of the 1970s and early 1980s.  She was known for her portrayal of iconoclastic women who did not care about conventional norms of  Indian society. This glamorous actress met a  sad death. She died at the age of 55 on January 20, 2005 in her Juhu residence.  As she lived alone, nobody got a hint of what was in store for her. Her door was locked from inside, so the police had to break open the door and that’s when they found her body three days after her death.  It’s still unclear if it was a natural death or a suicide case. Parveen Babi had deeply fallen in love with a superstar, but after her failed love, it was reported that she took to drugs and alcohol. 

Divya Bharati———- Divya Bharti became the heartthrob of millions  during the Eighties and was poised to become the queen of Bollywood before cruel destiny took her away.   Divya, a 19 year old actress, fell five stories from her apartment in Mumbai. There was a police probe into her sudden death which remains a mystery till date. Did somebody push her from the window, or did she jump on her own? Her death created a storm in the  media and the entire megapolis of Mumbai  was speculating whether it was an accident, murder or suicide? However, the inquiry into Divya’s death was closed in 1998  as there was no conclusive evidence.  Her three-year-long career was full of ups and downs. Divya Bharti was the first actress who acted opposite Shah Rukh Khan   She was married to Sajid Nadiadwala in secret, due to family problems. 

Smita Patil——- It was a great loss for Bollywood, the day Smita Patil passed away.  She died at a young age of 31 due to post-surgery complications after giving birth to her child. Smita played strong woman-oriented roles in films like Bhumika, Umbartha,Bazaar and Mirch Masala. Smita Patil married Raj Babbar who was previously married to Nadira Babbar. This outstanding dusky and beautiful actress passed away giving birth to her youngest son Pratiek Babbar, who was seen in Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na as Genelia’s younger brother. 

Nargis——  Nargis, one of  India’s greatest actresses of all time died on May 3, 1981.    She was 40 plus when she lost her battle against pancreatic cancer and just a few weeks later her son Sanjay Dutt’s debut film Rocky was released.  Her death was truly shocking for the industry, but even today people remember her outstanding performance in Mother India. Nargis was a member of Rajya Sabha. After her death, her husband Sunil Dutt devoted his entire life to assist cancer patients.  

Sanjeev Kumar——– He was undoubtedly one of the best actors Indian cinema had seen,  Sanjeev Kumar was loved  by his fans, whether he played the hero, a comedian or a grey-haired character actor.    This actor, has played mind blowing roles in Pati Patni Aur Woh, Silsila, Aandhi, Mausam, Shikar, and a lot more. Sanjeev Kumar was a versatile actor who fitted real well in all the characters ; be it a comedian, a hero, or an elderly character. His death at the age of 47 was greeted with exclamations of shock and grief from the film industry as well as the movie-going public.

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Try Suggesting children see Bollywood films for value education was bad idea – dailymail

In the beginning, there was Moral Science. Most of us had it as a subject in school. 

We didn’t take it seriously because the subject was ‘not added’, i.e. how you fared in this paper didn’t make a jot of difference to your report card.

It was never on a par with maths, English and the sciences. In effect, the education system was telling us: look, we’ll teach you how to be good but please don’t take it as gospel. 

Moral Science was, at some stage, replaced by something called ‘Value Education.’ 
The difference was imperceptible. 

The emphasis again was on good habits, respect for elders, and other such succulent nonsense.

We were expected at all times to behave like the Adarsh Balak (the Ideal Child) in the ubiquitous poster.

It scarred an entire generation.

Amit Chaudhuri sang about it recently: “When you are waking up/ You must first wash face at tap/ And do all necessary ablutions./ Then after you are having shower/ You must sit for half an hour/ Preparing for the day’s tuition./ Always be meek and mild/ Never be loud and wild/ Once a morning bow your head and pray./ Eat your breakfast happily/ To your grandparents say ‘haanji’/ To your parents do ‘namastey’./ Your destiny is our concern/ And cause for trepidation/ But hear this song/ You can’t go wrong/ With a moral education.” 
It seems that the destiny of India’s next generation remains a matter of concern. 

The CBSE has revamped the syllabus for Value Education by injecting it with a heavy dose of Bollywood.

Given how the majority of our politicians conduct themselves, I would have thought that most parents would rather that politicians didn’t interfere with how we bring up our children. But they have. Let’s examine this latest intervention. 

The CBSE has listed 47 films, both old and new, which it feels “highlight social and moral values.” 

They include Boot Polish (promotes dignity of labour), Lage Raho Munnabhai (promotes Gandhian philosophy), Lagaan (adds to knowledge of colonial history), and Baghban (problems of old age). 

That we’ve turned to Hindi cinema for moral guidance is perhaps not a matter of surprise. 
Bollywood plays a primary role in the ‘intellectual’ life of this country. Bollywood lyricists have been elevated to the stature of public intellectuals. 

Aamir Khan goes about changing lives through his show. So why can’t Hindi films provide our kids with a moral centre? The reasons are many. 

For one, it smacks of poverty of the imagination.

Most of the subjects that these films discuss have been written about much more intelligently and entertainingly, and in an equally accessible manner, by our journalists, historians, sociologists, novelists and poets.

I see no reason why some of this extant material is not brought into the curriculum. 
Two, all the films listed are in Hindi. CBSE is a national board. 

We speak in many tongues. I’m not sure if children across the country will be able to follow Hindi dialogue to the extent the CBSE hopes they will. 

Three, children have short attention spans; they relate more to contemporary references.
It might sound like a good idea to a bureaucrat, but try making a class of 14-yearolds sit still and watch Do Ankhen Barah Haath (one of the listed films).

Chances are they’ll be bored stiff, and the hapless teacher will end up with a very restless class on her hands. 

Four, if Bollywood had to change anything, it would have changed it by now.
When Charles Dickens’ novel Nicholas Nickleby came out, it led to fundamental reforms in the English education system. 

Nothing of the sort has happened with a Hindi film. 

These films are not going to be more effective, simply because they have been made part of the school curriculum.

Five, cinema’s job is to entertain. Why thrust the burden of social responsibility on culture? 

A film might slip in the odd message here and there but that’s not its primary responsibility.

It looks like the state has abdicated its role and conveniently passed it on to showbiz. Six, commercial Hindi cinema is made to a formula. The idea is to get the box office cash registers ringing. These are simplistic films where good always prevails over evil.

As we all know, real life (especially in India) is much more complex. If you have to show children films, why not show them films that are less idealistic, which have more shades of gray, and which prepare them for the complexities of the real world.

Since the CBSE has lobbed absurdities in our court, surely we can lob some back into theirs. Bollywood can be put to better use. CBSE’s list is loaded with patriotic films, from LOC to Mangal Pande. 

We really don’t need so much jingoism in 21st century India. Why not use Hindi cinema to teach our kids about the evils of plagiarism. 

Show them a Hollywood film, and then the Indian copy. 

Show them Dev D-it’ll teach them about love in the modern world and the pitfalls of drugs. 

Many of this generation will grow up and enter into live-in relationships. 
Show them Wake Up Sid. 

For the nexus between the mafia and politicians, there’s Company. When these kids enter adulthood, they’ll want to buy a house. Let’s show them Khosla Ka Ghosla. 

In the Noughties, I spent a good few years doing public school teaching. There were these two guys who’d come around every morning and go from class to class teaching ‘life skills’. 
The boys would laugh behind their backs. There might have been a Christian component to the lessons-one of the duo was an ex junkie and a Born-Again.

I taught Practical Ethics and Moral Philosophy to the senior classes. I used the German philosopher Immanuel Kant to teach the students about altruism and the limits of free will.
I used the Australian philosopher Peter Singer to discuss contentious issues: the concept of equality, capital punishment, abortion, euthanasia, infanticide, climate change. 

Some years later, when I met my former students for a beer, they were still talking about some of these questions, relating them to the world around them.

Any teacher will tell you, there’s nothing more heartening than knowing that some of what one taught is permanently embedded in a student’s mind.

I used philosophy to teach them to think about the relationship between self and society, right and wrong, means and ends. 

The method was more Socratic dialectic than talking down. For the first time they asked themselves the question: What does it mean to be moral? 

There are ways and ways of adding value to education, of making sure that our children are able to think independently, and without prejudice, about important issues. 

Making them watch LOC is not going to help in this. Whoever thought of this fatuous idea needs a cold shower. Our children deserve better. 

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1920 – Evil Returns – Showtimes

1920 – Evil Returns

‎Horror/ Suspenseful – Hindi ‎
Cast: Aaftab Shivdasani, Tia Bajpai, Vidya Malvade

SYNOPSIS – 1920- Evil Returns

1920- Evil Returns is a 2012 Bollywood horror film written by Vikram Bhatt and directed by Bhushan Patel. The film is a sequel to a 2008 film 1920 and stars Aftab Shivdasani, Tia Bajpai, Sagar Saikia and Vidya Malvade in the lead roles.

1920: Evil Returns is a supernatural thriller which revolves around Jaidev Varma (Aftab Shivdasani), a famous poet who lives the life of a loner as he is unable to meet the love of his life. He stays with his sister Karuna (Vidya Malvade) who is his support system until he meets Smruti (Tia Bajpai), whom he finds near the lake under mysterious circumstances. The story revolves around the mysterious circumstances the three get into that will change their lives. 

Cast & Crew –
Banner –  Bvg Films, Asa Production And Enterprises Pvt. Ltd.
Producer – Vikram Bhatt 
Director – Bhushan Patel
Cast – Vidya Malvade, Aftab Shivdasani, Tia Bajpai
Playback Singer- K.k., Amit Mishra, Sonu Nigam, Mahalakshmi Iyer, Suzanne D’mello
Lyricist – Shakeel Azmi
Story Writer – Amin Hajee, Vikram Bhatt
Screenplay Writer – Amin Hajee, Vikram Bhatt


Showtimes
  • R Deccan City Pride – Pune –  ‎9:15‎  ‎10:45am‎  ‎3:45‎  ‎4:45‎  ‎8:30‎  ‎11:00pm‎
  • Fun Time Multiplex: Sinhagad Road – Pune – ‎11:00am‎  ‎4:00‎  ‎10:45pm‎
  • Fame Jaiganesh Pune (akurdi) – Pune – ‎12:25‎  ‎10:45pm‎
  • Big Cinemas: Kalyaninagar – Pune – ‎1:15‎  ‎8:30pm‎
  • Abhiruchi City Pride: Sinhagad Road – Pune – ‎8:15‎  ‎9:16am‎  ‎12:45‎  ‎2:30‎  ‎7:45‎  ‎9:30‎  ‎10:30pm‎
  • Fame Fun N Shop Pune (fatima Ngr) – Pune – ‎9:20am‎  ‎10:40pm‎
  • Vasant Talkies, S No 598, Budhwar Peth, Pune – ‎4:00‎  ‎7:00pm‎
  • Mangala Cinema, 111, Shivajinagar, Shivaji Nagar, Pune – ‎11:25am‎  ‎7:55pm‎
  • Neelayam Theatre, Shah Colony, S P College, Pune – ‎3:30‎  ‎6:30‎  ‎9:30pm‎
  • Rahul Cinema, P No 3, Shivaji Nagar, Pune – ‎10:00am‎  ‎12:45‎  ‎3:00‎  ‎5:30‎  ‎10:30pm‎
  • Laxminarayan Cinema — Satara Road, Pune – ‎12:30‎  ‎3:30‎  ‎6:30‎  ‎9:30pm‎
  • Westend Cinema – Camp, Pune  – ‎12:30‎  ‎3:30‎  ‎6:30‎  ‎9:30pm‎
  • Inox: Pune, Plot#D Bund Garden Road, Pune – ‎11:25am‎  ‎7:55pm‎
  • City Pride: Satara Road , City Pride Multiplex, Market Yard, Pune – ‎9:00‎  ‎9:15am‎  ‎1:45‎  ‎4:45‎  ‎6:20‎  ‎10:45‎  ‎10:46pm‎
  • City Pride: Kothrud ,  Sr No 20/2, Kothrud, Pune – ‎10:45‎  ‎11:00am‎  ‎3:45‎  ‎4:00‎  ‎8:30‎  ‎10:45‎  ‎11:00pm‎
  • Vishal E-square: Pimpri ,  Ganatra Hotels Pvt Ltd Ganeshkhind, University Road, Pune – ‎9:00‎  ‎11:15‎  ‎11:30‎  ‎11:45am‎  ‎1:45‎  ‎4:15‎  ‎4:30‎  ‎4:45‎  ‎6:45‎  ‎9:00‎  ‎10:00‎  ‎11:00‎  ‎11:15pm‎


Movie Review–
Not too scary enough to make you jump off your seat

‘1920 – Evil Returns’ yet again proves that we still have a long way to go in order to attain excellence in making horror films. The films have clear traces of Hollywood classics and how the stereotypical nature of horror films take away the originality from the script.
The movie starts with Smruti (Tia Bajpai) who is forced to stay inbound by the evil spirit who turns things worse for her. Yet again, like every horror film in Bollywood, there is someone who tries to help the victim but her efforts go in vain. In this case it is Smruti’s servant who tries to escape from the situation and makes her meet her lover Jaidev (Aftab Shivdasani).
Both consider each other dead and are living a miserable life without each other. Things take a sudden turn when her lover poet Jaidev finds Smruti near a riverbank. But he is unable to recognize her, yet he takes her home as he feels the connection with her. Smruti too doesn’t recognize him but still decides to be at his mercy at his place. Same old story, can we have something new please??
Nonetheless, moving on, there is Jaidev’s sister Karuna (Vidya Malvade) who doesn’t approve of his kindness on stranger Smruti as she is also warned that she is haunted by an evil spirit by the keeper of the cemetary. Further, Jaidev too consults the cemetary keeper to find out for ways to get her out of the evil’s trap.
We wonder what is it with Vikram Bhatt who is so interested in horror stories that he comes up with them one after another. The story which he wrote along with Amin Hajee hardly has anything new to offer, but yet they went ahead to make a film that plays on stereotypes. Bhushan Patel’s direction was like old wine in a new bottle which unfortunately didn’t taste quite well.
Aftab who got a solo lead after a long time thoroughly disappoints with his performance and shows no effort to get back to winning towards acting with whatever script he had in hand. Comparatively, Tia Bajpai who did a great job in ‘Haunted 3D’, delivered a decent performance in this one as well. Vidya Malvade and Sharad Kelkar, in their supporting roles are however not up to the mark.
Songs nonetheless are a decent try. Chirantan Bhatt whose composed music for the lyrics penned by Shakeel Azmi, Junaid Wasi and Manoj Yadav have done a good job with the album. With films like ‘Skyfall’ and ‘Luv Shuv Tey Chicken Khurrana’ releasing this week, it appears that the journey of ‘1920: Return of Evil’ will be short-lived.


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Aishwarya Rai – Hot Babe of Bollywood


Aishwarya Rai - Hot Babe of Bollywood


Birthday: 1st November, 1973
Zodiac: Scorpio
Marital Status: Married to Abhishek Bachchan, has a daughter.

Awards: Padma Shri, India’s fourth highest civilian honour from the Government of India; 2 Filmfare Awards for Best Actress.

Trivia: She was crowned Miss India World in 1994 and the same year won the Miss World title. She is the brand ambassador for international brands like Longines watches and L’Oreal. In 2007, Aishwarya became the first Bollywood and Indian actress to have her own statue at London’s Madame Tussauds museum.

Biography: Born in Mangalore and brought up in Mumbai, Aishwarya Rai is the daughter of Krishnaraj Rai and Vrinda Rai. She completed her education in Mumbai and pursued architectural studies while modelling part time. She was crowned Miss India World and Miss World, both in 1994. Then, like many of her predecessors, the film industry beckoned this fair damsel. Aishwarya made her debut in Mani Ratnam’s Tamil biopic, Iruvar (1997). The film was a critical and commercial success. Her Bollywood debut came with Aur Pyaar Ho Gaya (1997). However the film failed to create any ripples at the box office. She then starred in S. Shankar’s Tamil film, Jeans, which went on to become India’s official entry to the Oscars for that year.

Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam (1999) was one of the major milestones in her career. Aishwarya’s role won her critical acclaim and accolades from all over. The film was a major success and won her, her first Filmfare award for Best Actress. Her other movie, Taal (1999) received moderate success in India, however was internationally very successful.

She then starred in Josh and Mohabbatein alongside Shah Rukh Khan in 2000. She portrayed the role of Shah Rukh’s childhood sweetheart Paru (Parvati) in Devdas (2002), which was an adaptation of Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay’s famous novel by the same name. The film became the highest grosser of the year at home and abroad and won her, her second Filmfare award for Best Actress.

The next couple of years were not too great for Aishwarya’s  carreer. Bengali films – Choker Bali (2003) and Raincoat (2004), Dil Ka Rishta (2003), Kuch Naa Kaho (2003), Bride And Prejudice (2004), Khakee (2004), Shabd (2005), The Mistress Of Spices (2004) and Umrao Jaan (2006) did not fare so well at the box office.

The mega blockbuster Dhoom 2 (2006) came as a welcome respite. Guru (2007) got her positive reviews for her character in the film. She also acted in British films, Provoked (2007) and The Last Legion (2007). However, both failed to do well. In 2008, she played the role of Queen Jodha bai in the partly fictionalized epic drama, Jodhaa Akbar which became a commercial and critical success. She acted acted in Sarkar Raj (2008), a sequel to Sarkar (2005). In 2010, she acted in Mani Ratnam’s Raavan. In the same year, she appeared alongside south Indian superstar, Rajnikant in Enthiran, a Tamil movie which was also dubbed in Hindi as Robot. The film went on to become the biggest blockbuster in India ever! She also appeared in Action Replayy (2010) and Guzaarish (2010). Aishwarya was supposed to appear in Madhur Bhandarkar’s Heroine but the project went off following Aishwarya’s pregnancy in May 2011. The role went to Kareena Kapoor later. Aishwarya gave birth to a baby girl on 16 November 2011.

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Hot babe Karishma Tanna Wallpaper

Hot babe Karishma Tanna Wallpaper



TURNING THE HEAT ON!
Till now you have seen TV actresses shedding crocodile tears and wearing sarees, but not anymore. Following the well-trodden path to fame, the popular TV actress Karishma Tanna has shunned her inhibitions and has posed topless for the September issue of FHM. 

Gifted with a good height of 5’9”, Karishma is a known face on TV, but surprisingly she is no more interested in doing daily soaps, and seeing her on FHM shows what exactly she wants for herself. Raising the oomph bar with her sultry photo play, Karishma Tanna turns a glam seductress on the mag. 

Ahem! being naughty and dirty! Karishma seems to enjoy the entire spotlight. In the photos she is seen wearing nothing but a jazzy black pant, strategically covering her bosom with hands, leaving little to the imagination. Her luminous hair and the dark background give the photoshoot a very sensuous feel. With these hot images, the TV actress also joins the league of other bold FHM hotties. Is the world noticing? 

The leggy lassie will soon make her debut in Bollywood. From TV to films, the big switch is not easy, but Karishma always wanted to be a part of Bollywood. Luckily, Karishma Tanna has got her first break. She will be seen opposite Vivek Oberoi in Soham Shah’s Sher. In the movie she plays a Gujarati girl, and was recently shooting for the film in Jaipur. The movie will also give her a chance to share screen space with Sanjay Dutt. 

Thus a lot is happening in this girl’s life, and she is willing to change the way the world looks at her. So, catch Karishma Tanna in her first ever hot photoshoot that too with FHM:
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The Bold and Beautiful Babes Hot Priyanka Chopra

Beautiful Babes Hot Priyanka Chopra

Birthday: 18th July, 1982
Zodiac: Cancer
Marital status: Single
Awards: National Film Award for Best Actress; Filmfare Best Female Debut Award, Filmfare Best Villain Award, Filmfare Best Actress Award, Filmfare Critics Award

Priyanka Chopra Biography – Armed with long legs and the Miss World crown, Priyanka Chopra followed the precedent set by other beauty contest winners by joining the Bollywood bandwagon.

Priyanka was born in Jamshedpur and is fondly known as Mimi. Her father is Capt. Dr. Ashok Chopra and her mother is Dr. Madhu Chopra. She has a younger brother, Siddharth. Her father was in the army and thus her family moved quite frequently. She studied at the La Martiniere Girl’s School in Lucknow before re-locating to the United States of America. While there, she studied at the Newton North High School in Massachusetts and later in North Delta Senior Secondary School in North Delta. On returning back to India, she continued her schooling in the Army School at Bareilly. She began college at Jai Hind College in Mumbai but left after winning the Miss India World title.  She went on to bring home the Miss World crown in 2000, becoming one of the five Indians to have won that title.


   FILMOGRAPHY 

  • Agneepath ……. Thursday 26th of January 2012
  • PRIYANKA CHOPRA – SINGER –  Barsaat ……. Friday 19th of August 2005
  • Thamizhan ……. Tuesday 31st of December 2002
  • Deewana Main Deewana ……. Friday 28th of September 2012
  • Barfi! ……. Friday 14th of September 2012
  • Teri Meri Kahaani ……. Friday 22nd of June 2012
  • Tezz ……. Friday 27th of April 2012
  • Zanjeer ……. 2012
  • Don 2 ……. Roma  Friday 23rd of December 2011
  • 7 Khoon Maaf ……. Friday 18th of February 2011
  • Anjaana Anjaani ……. Friday 1st of October 2010
  • Pyaar Impossible ……. Alisha Friday 8th of January 2010
  • Alibaba and the 41 Thieves ……. Voice over of Marjinah 2010
  • London Dreams ……. Friday 30th of October 2009
  • What’s Your Raashee? ……. Friday 25th of September 2009
  • Kaminey ……. Friday 14th of August 2009
  • Chamki Chameli ……. 2009
  • Dostana ……. Friday 14th of November 2008
  • Fashion ……. Wednesday 29th of October 2008
  • Drona ……. Thursday 2nd of October 2008
  • Chamku ……. Friday 29th of August 2008
  • God Tussi Great Ho ……Friday 15th of August 2008
  • Love Story 2050 ……. Friday 4th of July 2008
  • Goal ……. Friday 7th of December 2007
  • Om Shanti Om ……. Herself Friday 9th of November 2007
  • Salaam-E-Ishq ……. Kkamini Thursday 25th of January 2007
  • Big Brother ……. 2007
  • Kismat Talkies ……. Special Appearance 2007
  • Kurbani ……. Sheela 2007
  • Don ……. Roma Friday 20th of October 2006
  • Aap Ki Khatir ……. Anu A. Khanna Friday 25th of August 2006
  • Krrish ……. Priya Friday 23rd of June 2006
  • Alag: He Is Different…. He Is Alone… ……. Special Appearance (Song) Friday 16th of June 2006
  • 36 China Town ……. Karan’s wife Friday 5th of May 2006
  • Taxi No. 9211 ……. Special appearance (as Piggy Chops) Friday 24th of February 2006
  • Bluff Master ……. Simran “Simmi” Ahuja Friday 16th of December 2005
  • barsaat ……. Kajal A. Kapoor Friday 19th of August 2005
  • Yakeen ……. Simar N. Oberoi Friday 1st of July 2005
  • Waqt: The Race Against Time ……. Pooja ‘Mitali’ Friday 22nd of April 2005
  • Karam ……. Shalini (John’s wife) Friday 11th of March 2005
  • blackmail ……. Mrs. Rathod Friday 28th of January 2005
  • Aitraaz ……. Mrs. Sonia Roy Friday 12th of November 2004
  • Asambhav ……. Alisha Friday 23rd of July 2004
  • Kismat ……. Sapna Gosai Friday 20th of February 2004
  • Plan ……. Rani (Mussa’s girlfriend) Friday 9th of January 2004
  • Andaaz ……. Jiya Singhania (Miss World 2000) (as Priyanka Chopra) Friday 23rd of May 2003
  • Hero: Love Story of a Spy, The ……. Shaheen Zakaria Thursday 10th of April 2003
  • Thamizhan ……. Priya Tuesday 31st of December 2002
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