Bollywood actor Aftab Shivdasani secretly marries his long time girlfriend of six years Nin Dusanj. Born in London, the Hong-Kong based model Nin met Aftab though a common friend at a party and they fell for one another. The wedding was a private affair in the attendance of a close friends and re
Leti Hai Yeh Zindagi - Sukhriya (HD 720p)
Movie: Sukhriya : Till Death Do Us Apart (2004) Song: Leti Hai Yeh Zindagi Playback Singers "Sukhriya" : Sunidhi Chauhan, Shreya Ghoshal, Kay Kay, Udit Narayan, Anuradha Paudwal, Kumar Sanu, Alka Yagnik. Actors: Aftab Shivdasani and Shriya Plot: Thirty years ago Karam Jindal together with his widowed mom, Gayatri, and wife, Sandhya, had immigrated to London, England. Shortly thereafter Gayatri gets cancer and tragically passes away. Then, Sandhya gives birth to two daughters, Anjali and Sanam. The Jindals accumulate wealth, and are now one of the wealthiest families' in London. Anjali gets married to Akash, while Sanam is on the look-out for her beau. With Karam's 60th birthday coming up, Anjali is busy with preparations for a grand party, while Sanam has already started with her make-up. Karam hopes to get Sanam married to Yash, his employee, who is like a son to him. Add to that is the inauguration of the "Gayatri Jindal Cancer Hospital" which is to be done on the same day. With the preparations under way, Karam brings home a young man, Rohan "Ricky" Verma, to live with them for a few days. Sanam has already met him and is quite friendly with him..
‘Grand Masti’ has finally joined the 100 crore club. Nobody expected that the movie will such do a grand business at the box-office but it turned round the table. Trade analyst informed that it is the ‘first adult film to attain the status”. "And it's a century... 'Grand Masti' crosses Rs.
Indra Kumar’s adult comedy ‘Grand Masti’ makes a whopping 80.05 crore at the box-office. The number was beyond expectation. Despite negative review, the film has been able to make a mark at the box-office. In the second weekend, the film continues to spell magic at the domestic box-office.