Bollywood actor Ranveer Singh, who was shooting for Aditya Chopra’s directorial ‘Befikre’ in Paris, has returned to the country after three months. The ‘Bajirao Mastani’ actor wrapped up ‘Befikre’ shoot earlier this month and reportedly headed to Austria to ring in his birthday with girlfriend De
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Release Date: 20 August 2010 Genr: Romance / Drama Run Time: 126 Mins Starring: Neil Nitin Mukesh, Deepika Padukone Lyrics: Swanand Kirkire Music: R. Anandh Producer: Aditya Chopra Director: Pradeep Sarkar When Pinky (Deepika Padukone) a girl from the slums, loses her eyesight in an accident, she doesnt lose her will and determination to reach the top. Nandu (Neil Nitin Mukesh), an underground boxing champ from the slums, decides to teach her how to see without eyes and help her roller skate her way to success. But hes hiding a secret that can destroy their new found relationship. Set in the grungy streets of Mumbai, this is an edgy love story about the never-say-die spirit even when your last chip is down. An intriguing journey of a blindfolded street fighter and a blind dancer who, set out to achieve the impossible.
Rani Mukherji was clicked with hubby and filmmaker Aditya Chopra on the set of ‘Befikre’. It was a wrap up of Aditya Chopra’s directional venture and the entire team of the film came together for the Kodak moment. The extremely private couple Aditya Chopra and his wife Rani Mukerji was cli
Superstar Shah Rukh Khan was said to have taken up a variety of roles including that of a dwarf, a warrior and a guide with different filmmakers. Last month, the actor sort of confirmed it with a cryptic tweet. However, Shah Rukh has now denied playing a warrior or a guide in any film yet.
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