Veteran actress and social activist Shabana Azmi looked back lyricist, poet, and screenwriter Javed Akhtar’s 50 years of glorious journey in Bollywood with respect. "50 years ago Javed Akhtar came 2 Bombay 2 pursue career in films - slept on d streets no food 4 days only talent n determin
Tere Liye - Veer Zaara (Full-HD 1080p)
Movie: Veer Zaara (2004) Song: Tere Liye Singers: Lata Mangeshkar & Roop Kumar Rathob Music: Modan Mohan Lyrics: Javed Akhtar Cast: Shahrukh Khan, Preity Zinta & Rani Mukerjee Plot Most of the story is revealed as a flashback from prison cell of Veer Pratap Singh (Shahrukh Khan). The narrative begins by showing Zaara Haayat Khan (Preity Zinta), an independent, carefree, and sprightly young Pakistani girl travelling to India. She is on her way to India with the ashes of her Sikh governess Bebe (a Punjabi word to denote mother or grandmother, but here used for Zaara's old governess). Before dying, Bebe (Zohra Sehgal) begs Zaara to fulfill her final wish - to take her ashes to India, to the holy Sikh city of Kiratpur, and scatter them in the Sutlej river, among her ancestors. Zaara decides to carry out Bebe's dying wish. Upon reaching India, Zaara's bus meets with an accident causing it to overturn. An Indian Air Force pilot, Squadron Leader Veer Pratap Singh (Shahrukh Khan) comes to her rescue and with his help, Zaara completes Bebe's final rites. Veer convinces Zaara to return with him to his village to spend one day together. Zaara agrees and Veer takes her on a tour of India's Punjab. They visit Veer's home village on the day of the Lohri festival and meet Veer's relatives (Amitabh Bachchan and Hema Malini). With his father telling Veer that, in a dream he has seen Zaara becoming Veer's wife, Veer realizes he is falling in love with Zaara. Taking her to catch her train ...
As India celebrates its 65th Republic day today, we bring to you some timeless Bollywood patriotic songs sung and composed by noted composer and singers of Bollywood. 1."Aye mere pyare watan, aye mere bichchde chaman,Tujhpe dil qurban!"
The Hindi film industry and Indian theatre has lost a natural talented actor, Farooq Sheikh. His last rites were performed yesterday in the evening amidst fanfare. Tears rolled in as his body was laid to rest. He was 65 and family, friends did not expect him to lose at this stage. His body was br