Sunny Leone-starrer 'Mastizaade' has finally been cleared for a theatrical release by the censor board with an ‘adult’ tag after the makers removed some scenes and dialogues. The Milap Zaveri directed adult-comedy which also stars Tusshar Kapoor and Vir Das in prominent roles, had wrapped
Biography of Jeetendra
Jeetendra was born as 'Ravi Kapoor' on 7th April 1942, in Amritsar, Punjab. He took birth into a business family that dealt in imitation jewelry. He attended St. Sebastian's Goan High School in Girgaum, along with his friend Rajesh Khanna. He also used to visit film studios occasionally, mainly for the purpose of supplying imitation jewelry. Jeetendra got the first major break of his life with Geet Gaya Pattharon Ne, the 1964 film of V Shantaram. However, it was the film 'Farz' (1967) that served as his stepping stone to success. Farz was followed by films like 'Caravan' and 'Humjoli', in which Jeetendra had more dance numbers. His vigorous dancing in the films won him the epithet, 'Jumping Jack of Bollywood'. It was around this time that his movies 'Parichay' (1972) and Khushboo (1975) were released. Though his sensitivity in these films was acclaimed, Jeetendra realized that it was hard core commercial films that formed his forte. He came back with movies like 'Nagin' (1976), 'Dharam Veer' (1977) and 'Badalte Rishtey' and 'Swarg Narak' (1978). The early 1980s saw him starring in 'Apnapan', 'Judaai', 'Asha', 'Pyaasa Sawan', 'Maang Bharo Sajna' and 'Ek Hi Bhool'. He believed that it were the middle class values of his characters that appealed to the audience. In the 1980s, Jitendra was frequently paired up with Sridevi or Jayapradha for remakes of South Indian films by Rama Rao Tatineni, K. Bapayya and K. Raghavendra Rao; included Justice Chaudhry (1982), Mawaali (1983 ...
Celebrities from the world of fashion, films, television, and sports attended the glamorous grand finale of the Mr. India pageant held in Mumbai. Hyderabad’s Rohit Khandewal was announced winner, while Bangalore’s Rahul Rajasekharan and Mumbai’s Prateek Gujaral were the 1st and 2n
Sanjay Gupta’s directed and John Abraham starrer, ‘Shootout at Wadala’ which was released last Friday has been able to make a good business at the box-office. Everybody praised John Abraham’s role and the positive words for the movie from critics and the audience saw house full board in many circ