Jacqueline Fernandez who is currently in news for her break-up with longtime beau director Sajid Khan has got a reason to smile. She has been signed opposite the superstar of Bollywood, Salman Khan in Sajid Nadiadwala’s directional debut, ‘Kick’. With Jacqueline coming on board, the rumor of Deep
Nazrein Mili Dil Dhadka, Love U Raja, Madhuri,Sanjay [Alka,Udit] - Raja
Raja is an Indian Bollywood movie released on 22 June 1995, starring Madhuri Dixit, Sanjay Kapoor, Paresh Rawal, Mukesh Khanna and Dalip Tahil. The film was Sanjay Kapoor's second film after his debut Prem with Tabu in Bollywood. Prem was a flop, but this film even though penned by critics to have lot of flaws did excellent business in Bollywood. Its success was mainly attributed to Madhuri Dixit because of her crazy fan followers, and this was the next release of her after Hum Aapke Hain Kaun which was the highest grosser of Bollywood ever from 1994 until 2001. People wanted to call this film Rani instead of Raja. It was the fourth highest grosser of the year at the box office, and Madhuri Dixit was called the female Amitabh Bachan of Bollywood in many magazines including India Today. It ran in Mumbai as well as in other big cities like Bangalore for more than 30 weeks in theaters. Madhuri Dixit received a Filmfare Best Actress Award nomination, and won the Star Screen Award Best Actress for the year. The film had excellent music score by Nadeem-Shravan. Almost all songs were superhit in that year, especially Ankiyaan milaoon, Nazare mili dil daka, kisi din banoogi mein raja ki rani, phool mangoo na baha mangoo, tumne agar pyar se dekh nahi toh, which also contributed to the film's success. Directed by Indra Kumar Produced by Indra Kumar Ashok Thakeria Written by Rajeev Kaul Tanveer Khan Naushir Khatau Praful Parekh Starring Madhuri Dixit Sanjay Kapoor Mukesh Khanna ...
OMG! Oh My God is really a cinematic pleasure. One wonders why, we don’t get stuff like these more often nowadays? Akshay too looks refreshing, after the over the top ‘Rowdy Rathore’ and megaflop ‘Joker’. But the man who steals the show is Paresh Rawal. At 62, the veteran actor still packs
All the actors agree that making people laugh is the toughest challenge of their acting career. Let’s take a look at the actors who have always made us love and made the big screen much much more enjoyable and a fun fare. 1. Paresh Rawal