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Sridevi Wiki / Biodata / Profile

Sridevi Kapoor, known as Sridevi (born Shree Amma Yanger Ayyapan on 13 August 1963) is an

Indian film actress who has worked in Tamil, Telugu, Hindi, Malayalam and a few Kannada

films. She is cited as the first female superstar of Hindi Cinema.

She started her career as a child artist in M.A. Thirumugham’s devotional Thunaivan at the

age of four, and continued to act as a child artist in Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Kannada

films. She made her Bollywood debut as a child artist in the hit Julie (1975) and played her

first adult role at age 13 with the Tamil film Moondru Mudichu (1976). Subsequently, Sridevi

established herself as one of the leading actresses of Tamil and Telugu cinema, with roles

such as 16 Vayathinile (1977), Sigappu Rojakkal (1978), Meendum Kokila (1981), Moondram

Pirai (1982), Varumayin Niram Sivappu (1980), Premabhishekam (1981), Aakhari Poratam (1988),

Jagadeka Veerudu Atiloka Sundari (1990), and Kshana Kshanam (1991).

In Bollywood, she has marked her debut as a lead actress with Solva Sawan (1978), she gained

wide public attention with blockbuster movie Himmatwala (1983). She appeared in a string of

commercially successful movies like Mawaali (1983), Tohfa (1984), Masterji (1985), Karma

(1986), Mr. India (1987), Waqt Ki Awaz (1988), Chandni (1989). She also received critical

acclaim for commercially successful movies like Sadma (1983), Nagina (1986), ChaalBaaz

(1989), Lamhe (1991), Khuda Gawah (1992), Gumrah (1993), Laadla (1994), Judaai (1997)

In 2012, Sridevi returned to films after a 15 year long hiatus with English Vinglish and

became the only actress in the history of Hindi Cinema to make a highly successful

comeback.[11] In 2013 Government of India awarded her Padma Shri, the fourth highest

civilian honor. She was also voted 'India's Greatest Actress in 100 Years' in a CNN-IBN

national poll conducted in 2013 on the occasion of the Centenary of Indian Cinema. In her

career, Sridevi has won five Filmfare Awards including a Filmfare Special Award.

Sridevi announced her comeback in early 2011, while working in a new film English

Vinglish.[85] directed by Gauri Shinde (R. Balki's wife). Her return was officially

announced at the IIFA Awards 2011 held in Toronto with a montage of Bollywood stars

welcoming her back. After the Toronto premiere,some international media outlets hailed

Sridevi as the "Meryl Streep of India."[86][87][88] Two weeks later America's entertainment

weekly Variety wrote in its review of English Vinglish that it found Sridevi "Disarmingly

charming in a manner that recalls Audrey Hepburn."[89]

On release, the film and Sridevi's performance received positive response. The Times of

India gave it 4/5 calling it "Easily one of the best films of 2012...Sri's performance is a

masterclass for actors...Request you to make a little place next to you, Rajkumar Hirani;

Gauri Shinde has taken a bow in mainstream Bollywood."[90] Another 4/5 came from Raja Sen of

Rediff who found the film is "a winner all the way...Sri excels in fleshing out her

character."[91] Critic Subhash K Jha gave a 4.5 saying Sridevi "makes the contemporary

actresses, even the coolest ones, look like jokes...If you watch only two films every year

make sure you see "English Vinglish" twice!"[92]

Rajeev Masand of CNN-IBN gave it 3.5 stars saying Sridevi delivers "a performance that is

nothing short of perfect...It's warm and fuzzy, and leaves you with a big smile on your

face."[93] Anupama Chopra also gave it 3.5 calling it "that rare thing...Sridevi doesn't

miss a beat. Her performance is a triumph."[94] Firstpost's Rubina Khan gave the film a full

5/5 saying "Sridevi brings acting back in English Vinglish."[95] Komal Nahta said it was

'beyond stars' applauded Sridevi saying she "makes the best comeback in Bollywood history

and delivers a landmark performance."[96] Social movie rating site MOZVO gave it 4.1 out of

5 putting it in 'Must Watch' category.[97] Amer Shoib of The Cinema Journal gave it 4/5 and

called the film "a hilarious, touching, sensitive, and sweet film that marks the triumphant

come back of India's biggest female star...Sridevi."[98]

With the worldwide triumph of English Vinglish, Sridevi, most probably, became the only

actress in Bollywood to make a successful comeback as a leading lady after marriage and a

long hiatus.[11][99][100][101] Box Office Capsule hailed the film and Sridevi's return as

"Golden Comeback of the Queen."[102] Director Gauri Shinde featured in the Financial Times

2012 list of '25 Indians To Watch'.[103] Film critic Raja Sen from Rediff explained why she

is ranked as No. 1 "This is a simple film where things are credible, never melodramatic, and

Sridevi – in a range of well-picked cotton sarees – always judges the tone right. It's the

sort of performance younger actresses, including the ones on this list, should learn


Sridevi emerged as the most-admired Bollywood actress of 2012 in a mobile survey conducted

by Vuclip, world's largest mobile research company.[105] Furthermore, she was nominated for

Best Actress in most of the award ceremonies, including the Filmfare awards, where she

received her ninth nomination for Best Actress.

Sridevi was born in Sivakasi, Tamil Nadu on 13 August 1963 to Telugu mother Rajeswari and

Tamil father Ayyapan.[2][107] Her father was a lawyer. She has a sister and two step

brothers.[108][109] During the 1980s, Mithun Chakraborty had a love affair with

Sridevi.[110][111][112] Sridevi had fallen in love with Chakraborty on the sets of Rakesh

Roshan's Jaag Utha Insan.[113][114] Sridevi and Mithun Chakraborty are rumored to have got

married secretly and later Chakraborty admitted it to the press but only when a fan magazine

published their marriage certificate.[113] Sridevi married Boney Kapoor, a film producer and

the elder brother of actors Anil Kapoor and Sanjay Kapoor, in 1996. They have two daughters,

Jhanvi and Khushi.

Monday 28 July 2014

Kajal with Rape accused - Latest Bollywood Scoop Coming Out

Sultry siren Kajal Aggarwal is on signing spree and the voluptuous babe has bagged one more biggie in B-town. Kajal made her Bollywood debut in the year 2004 with the film ‘Kyun..Ho Gaya Na’, and later she went onto feature in blockbuster hits like ‘Singham’ and ‘Special 26’.

Recently Kajal has been chosen as the lead actress in a Hindi film ‘Cease Fire’ opposite Sharman Joshi in which she is going to play full length house wife character. Now Kajal bagged another Hindi film titled ‘Aur Devdas’ directed by Sudhir Mishra. Sources also reveal that Kajal loved the story and gave her acceptance to this romantic drama.

Initially Bollywood actress Chitrangada Singh was chosen to play the particular role but she is been replaced by Kajal according to the sources. The film story is said to be an erotic drama and the shooting will kick off in September.‘Aur devdas’ stars Shiney Ahuja in lead role. It’s known that Shiney was accused of rape in real life and also imprisoned .He allegedly raped his young domestic help and imprisoned by the order of court.

Many actresses had reportedly refusing to act in the films in which he is a part. Will Kajal Agarwal feel comfortable acting with a rape accused?

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Neninthe (English translation: I am the way i am) is a 2008 Telugu movie written and 

directed by Puri Jagannadh. Ravi Teja plays the lead role while Siya is the female lead in 

her debut. Chakri is the music director. Though this film failed miserably at the box 

office, it won three Nandi Awards-Ravi Teja as best actor, best story by Puri Jagannadh and 

best fight sequences by Ram-Lakshman. The movie is dubbed in Hindi as Ek Aur Vinashak and in 

Tamil as Reddy and Gopichand Malineni, respectively.

Ravi (Ravi Teja) works as an assistant director and Narayana (M. S. Narayana) as co-director 

for director Idly Viswanath(Brahmanandam) in the Telugu film industry. During the shooting 

Ravi meets Sandhya (Siya Gautham), a group dancer. Sandhya' s sister Surekha (Surekha Vani) 

get married to Rambabu (Krishna Bhagavaan) who harasses her only to exploit Sandhya. Ravi 

narrates an interesting story to the producer (Sayaji Shinde). But he is not ready to take 

the risk with a debutant director like Ravi.

Meanwhile, a rich goon Yadu (Supreet Reddy), who usurps prime lands casts his eyes on 

Sandhya and Rambabu tries to make use of this in his favour. At this juncture, Ravi narrates 

the story to hero Mallik (Subbaraju) who also expresses his doubts regarding its 

feasibility. When Ravi pleads for a chance, he agrees for a trial shoot and they seek the 

help of Sandhya and other friends. Popular director VV Vinayak asks Ravi for a heroine. 

Having seen Sandhya's performance in the trial shoot, he books her.

When Sandhya becomes a heroine, Rambabu ignores Yadu. Mallik impressed with the trial shoot, 

convinces the producer. The producer had suffered much loss due to Idly vishwanath's film. 

The film shooting begins with Mallik as hero and Sandhya as heroine. At this time, an item 

dancer Mumaith (Mumaith Khan), who had an affair with Mallik attempts suicide and is raped. 

This and the paucity of funds puts the project in trouble. Yadu comes forward to finance the 

project. But once the shootingis over Ravi finds his name missing in the titles. Eventually 

he teaches Yadu a lesson and replaces the name.

Ravi Teja as Ravikumar
Siya Gautham as Sandhya
Subbaraju as Mallik
Sayaji Shinde as Film Producer
Supreet Reddy as Yadhu
Brahmanandam as Idly Vishwanath
Rama Prabha as Ravi's Mother
Krishna Bhagawan as Rambabu
Venu Madhav as Ravi's Assistant
Mumaith Khan as Mumaith
Kovai Sarala as Urmila
Sairam Shankar as Sai
Harish Shankar in a Cameo Appearance with V. V. Vinayak

Director ... Puri Jagannadh
Producer ... Bhagavan, D. V. V. Danayya
Dialogues ... Puri Jagannadh
Music Director ... Chakri
Cinematography ... Shyam K Naidu
Editing ... Varma
Art: Chinna
Fights: Ram - Lakshman
Story - dialogues - screenplay - direction: Puri Jagan
Producer: DVV Danayya

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Rakul Preet Singh (born 10 October) is an Indian film actress who appears mostly in South Indian films.

Career and education

Rakul did her schooling from Army Public School, Dhaula Kuan. She has been an active golf player and played nationals. Rakul was a student of Mathematics at Jesus and Mary College, University of Delhi, and had been engaged in modeling for more than two years prior to entering the Miss India contest in 2011. Apart from the Miss India Poll, Rakul won four subtitles at the pageant including Pantaloons Femina Miss Fresh Face, Femina Miss Talented, Femina Miss Beautiful Smile and Femina Miss Beautiful Eyes.

Rakul made her film debut with the 2009 Kannada film, Gilli, a remake of Selvaraghavan's 7G Rainbow Colony. She stated that she signed up for her first film "with the aim to earn a little extra pocket money" and that she was unaware "how big south Indian films were". She won critical acclaim for her role in the film before returning to complete her degree and compete in the Miss India pageant. She returned to films in 2011, featuring opposite debutant Siddharth Rajkumar in Keratam, though critics noted that she "got very little screen time". The film was also made in Tamil simultaneously with the same cast but a different director as Yuvan, though the film is yet to release. In 2012, she appeared in a supporting role in the Tamil film Thadaiyara Thaakka.

In 2014, Rakul debuted in Bollywood with Divya Kumar's directorial debut Yaariyan and in the Tamil film industry with Yennamo Yedho. She has been signed for four Telugu films, which are directed by Sriwaas, Nageshwara Reddy, Srinivas Reddy and Gopichand Malineni, respectively.

Salman Khan Kick Movie Review...

Kick movie review

Cast: Salman Khan, Jacqueline Fernandes, Randeep Hooda, Nawazudin Siddiqui, Mithun Chakraborty

Director : Sajid Nadiadwala

What this lovely word means is ‘unbearable’, though it can’t come remotely close to the tedium that the original describes. Salman’s leading lady says it to him. About him. Yes, gasp, addressing the one and the only Sallu Bhai, who appears in his latest In and As avatar in ‘Kick’.

We duly crack a smile. Look, look, Bhai is sending himself up. He’s letting his heroine crack a good one at his expense. Because he knows that he is anything but. And that he’s just waiting for her to finish the scene and leave, to get into his `Dabangg’ mode, for the hall will burst into hoots and claps and whistles.

That’s what a viewing of ‘Kick’ comes down to. I found it more or less ‘jhelable’ when Salman is not taking himself seriously, blowing a cherry at us. When the film starts getting him close to his noble Being Human image, it becomes a yawn. Salman kickin’ it is fine, but tearin’ up? Nahiiiiiin.

The plot, as befits a Salman Khan spectacle, is completely and delightfully cuckoo. Devi Lal Singh (Salman Khan) is a guy who wanders about searching for kicks. His father (Mithun Chakraborty) eggs him on in his pursuit. Devi runs into the sexy Shaina (Jacqueline Fernandez), but before anything can happen , he’s off and away. It’s time for Devi’s alter-ego, Devil, to show up, and be chased by a cop ( Hooda), and a crook (Nawazuddin Siddiqui) here and there and everywhere.

Never mind these niceties. We know that a Salman film is created solely to display his popular quirks and his one-liners and his ‘andaaz’, all of which are designed to send his fans into a swoon. Simple. When the story dares to fling such complex phrases as ‘retrograde amnesia’ and ‘conservative management’ at us, we fling them right back as we wait for Salman to slam it.

What makes ‘Kick’ interesting, apart from some unfettered Salman moments, is Siddiqui in full flow. His villainy is very Bollywood, with a trademark evil laugh, but self-aware and vivid at the same time : there are scenes he steals from everyone, including, sacrilege, from the Khan, even though the latter gets to throw away one of the most famous lines in movie history, with a wink : you talking to me?

Everything else is as it should be. Fernandez is made to play a psychiatrist just so Bhai can call her Psycho. Ha ha. We know she is a doctor because she wears thick framed-spectacles, which she chucks to a side to execute a perfect eye-popping shimmy shake.