No Indian can forget the 26/11 black day. The incident has shaken the entire world. More than 166 people were killed and 300 injured in the firing for 60 long hours. Many brave police officer and jawans gave their life to save the people trapped inside the Raj hotel. On the fourth an
Tumse Jo Dekhte Hi Pyar Hua [Full Song] (HQ) With Lyrics - Patthar Ke Phool
Song: Tumse Jo Dekhte Hi Pyar Hua (Full Song) Singers: SP Balasubramaniam, Lata Mangeshkar Movie: Patthar Ke Phool (1991) Starring: Salman Khan, Raveena Tandon ________________ LYRICS ________________ Salman: Tumse jo dekhte hi pyar hua zindagi mein pehli baar hua Hey Tumse jo dekhte hi pyar hua zindagi mein pehli baar hua Tum itne din thi kaha main dhoondhta hi raha Raveena: Kaha? Salman: Kabhi linking Road kabhi warden road kabhi cadell road kabhi Pedal Road Raveena: Kitne kuche galiya chaani mere dil ne ek na mani  Kaha kaha par tujhko dhoondha tere liye main hui deewani Phir bhi na tera deedar hua yaar mere aisa kahi baar hua  Salman: Are tum itne din thi kaha main dhoondhta ta hi raha Raveena: Kaha? Salman: Kabhi turner road kabhi carter road kabhi churney road kabhi Arthur road Raveena: Prem paheli aisi uljhi zor lagaya par na suljhi Pyar pe koi zor nahi hai dil mein koi aur nahi hai Tere liye dil bezaar hua yaar mere aisa kahi baar hua  Salman: Are tum itne din thi kaha main dhoondta hi raha Raveena: Kaha? Salman: Kabhi berey road kabhi parley road kabhi meera road gorbander road Salman: Uparwale ki hai maya usne humko khoob milaya  Raveena: Bhule bhatke aaj mile hai dekho kitne phool khile hai Salman: Jane do jo ab tak yaar hua milte hi ab ikraar hua  Raveena: Chalte hai dono waha mat pooncho ab tum kaha Salman: Par kahan? Raveena: Linking road kabhi warden road dunkin road lamington road cadell road kabhi pedal road churney road kabhi Arthur ...
Spotted some of sizzling Bollywood actresses with their daughter at the Taj Mahal Hotel in Colabaduring the launch of Disney Princess in India. The event created lot of buzz as many Bollywood celebrities graced the event. Dressed in pretty fairy outfit, the children looked like a li’l princess.
The shelf-life of actresses was limited in the Hindi Film Industry. Once they crossed the age of 30, it was considered that their prime was gone. They were utilised only in supportive and inconsequential roles like that of a mother or sister. However, in recent times the outlook towards ac