Bollywood actress Esha Deol turns 34 on Monday and the actress and her mother Hema Malini share some wonderful birthday images. Esha Deol took to Twitter to thank her fans for the birthday wishes and shared a picture
Sanyasi (1975) Choron Ka Maal Sab Chor Kha Gayeh !
Sanyasi is a 1975 Hindi film directed by Sohanlal Kanwar, and starring Manoj Kumar and Hema Malini as leads. Synopsis Ram (Manoj Kumar): In a gorgeous place stays a sanyasi - a religious minded young man who runs away from the wedding nupitals. Aarti (Hema Malini): Today's Menaka. Yesterday's Menaka tried to disturb Vishwamitra's communion with god and today's Menaka Aarti tries to distract Ram's mind away from his religious thoughts. She adopts many disguises and agrees to do what one least expects a noble, attractive and good girl like her to attempt. Renuka Devi (Sulochana): Ram's mother. Her husband ruined his life while he was still young, because of drinking and womanising. Not wanting her son to be like his father, she has kept Ram surrounded by a religious atmosphere since his childhood. The result is that Ram grows up to be different from all other young men - a true sanyasi. Girdhari and Banwari: The robbers. They have entered Ram's house in disguise as his uncle and cousin, posing as father and son. They have taken the place of Renuka Devi's brother and his son who died in a train accident. Ram's mother embraces them as her long separated brother and nephew, but does not know that these two devils are here to swindle her belongings and happiness. Shanti Baba: A true sanyasi. Who can kill the soul that lives only to bring happiness to others? The most unforgettable screen character you will ever come across, the true sanyasi who lays down his life in order to ...
As Esha Deol turns 34 today, mother Hema Malini wishes her daughter Esha Deol to have her baby soon on her birthday. "My wish for Esha is, you have to have a baby soon. As a mother, that's my wish," says veteran actress and politician Hema Malini. Esha Deol married to businessman Bhar
It is that time of the year when married women, especially in North India, observe a day-long fast without food or water for the longevity, happiness and safety of their husbands. It is Karva Chauth. And all the fasting women will break their fast only after worshiping the moon and seeking blessi