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Even Gorgeous Actresses Like Mahima Chaudhry Went Into Oblivion – Part – 6

Like some the most handsome heroes like Jugal Hansraj and Chandrachur Singh, many gorgeous and stunningly beautiful actresses turned out just a one-film wonder! Pakistani beauty Salma Agha, with her bewitching blue eyes and her soulful voice, took over the hearts of Indian movie lovers in B.R.Chopra‘s super hit movie Nikaah (1982). The movie was an instant hit and even…

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Even Chocolate Heroes Like Jugul Hansraj Could Not Succeed – Part – 5

Charming personality and handsome looks were considered easy passports to Bollywood. Several stars like Jeetendra, Manoj Kumar, Rajendra Kumar, etc. in the ’60s ruled Bollywood, not for their actions but their good looks. The media had coined the term ‘Chocolate hero’ exclusively for such stars. But history is witnessed that many ‘Chocolate hero’ too could make it big despite their…

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90’s Hit Film ‘Aashiqui’ Star Rahul Roy Turned Out To Be One Hit Wonder – Part – 4

In the early 90’s eminent filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt, instead of introducing film star children, introduced two raw and unconventional looking actors Rahul Roy and Anu Aggarwal in his love story Aashiqui (1990). The music of the film became a massive hit and the film became a blockbuster at the box-office. Rahul Roy was even nominated by Filmfare as Best Actor…

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Kumar Gaurav Rose To Phenomenal Heights But Failed To Retain Stardom! – Part – 3

In the ’80s the star son who created a Hungama at Box-office was Kumar Gaurav, son of legendary superstar Rajendra Kumar. With his super hit debut movie Love Story (1983) Kumar Gaurav generated the kind of mass hysteria among girls that only superstar Rajesh Khanna created during his heydays. Girls went crazy at the mention of Kumar Gaurav‘s name but…

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Karan Kapoor Failed To Carry The Legacy Of Kapoor Khandaan! – PART -2

When Prithviraj Kapoor, the great grandfather of Ranbir Kapoor ventured into films in the early 30s’ little did he realize that his grandsons would continue his legacy and make the ‘Kapoor Khandaan‘ Immortal? True, the Kapoor Khandaan has contributed a lion’s share in the development and success of Bollywood. From the legendary Prithviraj Kapoor to the show-man Raj Kapoor, to…

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Ranveer Singh’s ‘Gully Boy’ Has Influenced Youngsters To Explore Their Talent – Part – 6

Renowned filmmaker Zoya Akhtar‘s super hit film Gully Boy (2019) is the recent film that has influenced the youth of the society and has infused vigour to explore their hidden talent. The film shows the rags-to-riches ‘true’ story of Naezy, a rapper, who grew up in the slums of Mumbai but despite challenges, he chased his dream and became a…

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‘Talvar’ Film Re-Opened The Arushi Double Murder Case And Gave Justice To Talwar Couple – Part 5

The film industry has often made movies on murder mysteries that are based on real life. However, film director Meghna Gulzar‘s film Talvar (2015) starring Irrfan and Konkona Sen based on the Aarushi Talwar-Hemraj double murder case has been exceptional. It is one of the rarest of the rare film which had made such a huge impact on society that…

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Aamir Khan’s ‘3 Idiot’ Inspired Several Students To Choose Careers Of Their Interest! – PART 4

In recent times the film that has played a key role in bringing a drastic change among parents regarding the choice of their children career is unarguably Aamir Khan‘s super-hit film 3 Idiots. Based on the true story of a Sonam Wangchuk, a real-life engineer-turned-innovator and education, Aamir Khan played Sonam Wangchuk’s character as Phunsukh Wangdu in 3 Idiots. Though…

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Aamir Khan’s ‘Taare Zameen Par’ Changed Parent’s Perspective Regarding Students Suffering From Dyslexia – Part 3

In India, the trend of achieving more than 90% in SSC has become a rage. Every parent desires his child to achieve the elusive percentage but the truth is that almighty has gifted every child with diverse abilities. In addition, some children are born with learning disorder medically termed as Dyslexia. Tragically, parents fail to recognize their talent or their…

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