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Name: Chunky Pandey (Chunkey Pandey)

Birthday: 26th September, 1962

Zodiac: Libra

Marital Status: Married to Bhavna Pandey in 1988. The couple is blessed with two daughters.

Biography: Born Suyash Pandey, he took up the screen name of Chunky Pandey. His career in Bollywood started with “Aag Hi Aag” in the year 1987 opposite Neelam. He was first prominently noticed for his role in the 1988 film Tezaab, as Anil Kapoor’s best friend in the film. The role also won him a nomination in the Filmfare Best Supporting actor category.

Chunky Pandey has been active in Bollywood now for over twenty years. His films are always packed with utmost entertainment. He has achieved quite a celebrity status in Bangladeshi cinema as well. His film “Parda hi Parda” was a box office success. But he was more successful as a supporting actor in films.

His duo pairing with many actors including Govinda and Sunny Deol was much liked by the cinegoers. His films “Vishwatma” in 1992, “Paap ki Duniya” in 1988 and “Aankhein” and “Lootere” both in 1993 were huge commercially successful films. In the 1990s he suffered a setback in Bollywood as actors like Shah Rukh Khan, Aamir Khan were getting more popular. His style of acting and cinema was turning more and more outdated. It was during this time he gave Bollywood a second seat and worked for regionally Bangladeshi cinema which shot him to the superstar status there.

He did work in smaller roles in multi-star cast films like “Qayamat” and “Don: The Chase Begins Again”, Bollywood had become quite secondary for him in the middle. In 2005 he made a comeback in his supporting role specialty for the film “D”. He played the ally of underworld don Ibrahem Dawood. The critics were all of praise for him and his role. This helped him bag more lucrative Bollywood roles which suited him better. He got better roles in films like “Apna Sapna Money Money” and “Housefull”. He is a good character artist, has a funny bone, with a decent sense of comic timing and all this is his USP.

He along with his wife Bhavna runs a popular heath-food joint cum restaurant in Mumbai.

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Name: Danny Denzongpa

Birthdate: 25th February, 1948

Zodiac: Pisces

Marital Status: Danny is married to Gawa Denzongpa who hailed from Sikkim and both of them presently reside in Juhu, Mumbai. They have a son by the name of Rinzing and a daughter called Prerna.


1) In the year 2003, Danny Denzongpa was bestowed with the prestigious Padma Shree honour which is the fourth highest civilian honour in India.

2) In the year 1992, he won the Filmfare Best Supporting Actor award for his role in Saawan Kumar Tak’s ‘Sanam Bewafa’, starring Salman Khan, Chandni, Kanchan and Pran.

3) The following year he won a similar award for Mukul S. Anand’s ‘Khuda Gawah’.

4) Previously, Danny had also been nominated for numerous awards including the Filmfare Best Supporting Actor Awards for ‘Devtaa’, ‘Kanoon Kya Karega’, ‘Agneepath’ in the year 1979, 1985 and 1990 respectively.

5) He had also received nominations in the Filmfare Best Villain category for ‘Hum’, ‘Krantiveer’, ‘Vijaypath’, ‘Barsaat’, ‘Ghatak’ in the year 1992, 1995, 1995, 1996 and 1997 respectively.

Biography: Danny Denzongpa was born in the Indian state of Sikkim on the 25th of February in the year 1948 as Tshering Phintso Denzongpa. At a ripe age, Danny had a craze about riding horses as his parents used to breed horses.He did his early-schooling at Sikkim and later on in the year 1965 he completed his education from the prestigious Birla Vidya Mandir situated in Nainital, Uttarakhand.Ever since his childhood Danny had an ambition of joining the Indian Army. The West Bengal government gave him the Best Cadet Award. He had been selected for a seat at the famous Armed Forces Medical College situated in Pune but then, he withdrew admission in order to get himself enrolled in the prestigious Film and Television Institute (FTII) in Pune.

Jaya Bhaduri, the actress was also his batchmate at the institute gave him the simpler name of ‘Danny’ as ‘Tshering Phintso Denzongpa’ was a tough name to pronounce for all the other students of his batch.

Early in his career, he used to learn the art of speaking in Hindi by conversing with the ocean, although the Urdu which he knew came to much use in movies like ‘Khuda Gawah’ by Mukul S. Anand and ‘Sanam Bewafa’, by Sawan Kumar.

In the 70s, Danny used to sign up for smaller roles and his performances in these films did bring him under the lime light.His very first film was a B-grade film called ‘Zaroorat’, directed by B. R. Chopra. Next up he appeared in ‘Mere Apne’ (1971), ‘Yeh Gulistan Humara’ (1972), ‘Rakhi Aur Hathkadi’ (1972), ‘Milap’ (1972), ‘Khoon Khoon’ (1973). In 1973 he played the major role of Thakur Ranjit Singh, a crippled husband to a wife, in B. R. Chopra’s ‘Dhund’, starring Sanjay Khan, Zeenat Aman and Ashok Kumar. In the year 1979 he starred in Mahesh Bhatt’s ‘Lahu Ke Do Rang’, starring Vinod Khanna, Shabana Azmi and Helen. Here Danny played the role of a diver by the name of Suraj and his performance was greatly appreciated by all and soon after the success of this film, he started getting job offers for more important and lengthy roles. Next up throughout the 80s and 90s, he mostly played the primary negative roles opposite eminent actors such as Sunny Deol, Amitabh Bachchan, Anil Kapoor, Dharmendra, Vinod Khanna, Jeetendra and Mithun Chakraborty. Some of these films include ‘Pukar’ (2000), ‘Krantiveer’ (1994), ‘Ghatak’, ‘Hum’ (1992), ‘Agneepath’ (1990), ‘Bhagwan Dada’ (1986), ‘Andhi Toofan’ (1986) and ‘Andar Baahar’ (1984). Most of the negative roles which he played were that of a mingy landlord, a corrupt police officer, a traitor, unscrupulous politician and several other antihero roles.

Danny was also the primary choice to have played the role of icon Gabbar Singh in the epic movie, ‘Sholay’, but since Danny was busy on the sets of Feroz Khan’s ‘Dharmatma’, the role of Gabbar eventually went to actor Amjad Khan.

Besides acting, Danny is also an accomplished singer and he had shared the singing platform with eminent singers such as Asha Bhonsle, Lata Mangeshkar and Mohammad Rafi. Danny had sung numerous songs in Nepalese for a number of Nepalese films. Two of his most popular songs include “Manko kura lai bandhi narakha” (meaning “Do not keep the words of the heart tied”) and “Chiso Chiso Hawama” (meaning “In the cool air”). In the year 1987, Danny starred in the hit Nepali film titled ‘Saino’, directed by Ugyan Chopel. Apart from acting Danny had also wriiten the story of this film and had also sung most of the songs of this film including “Suna Katha Euta Geet”, “Aamai Le Bhanthey Dhara Ko Paani” and “Jyaurey”. ‘Saino’ waslater remade in Hindi as ‘Ajnaabi’, a doordarshan telefilm.

In the last decade he gave some stupendous performances in films like ’16 December’ (2002) and ‘Asoka’. He had also starred alongside Aishwariya Rai Bachchan and Rajinikanth in Shankar’s Tamil flick ‘Enthiran’. Here he enacted the negative role of a scientist by the name of Bohra who implants a chip inside Chitti and converts him (which was played by actor Rajinikanth) into a destructive and evil robot. This film was a commercial success and his performance in the film was very well appreciated by the audience as well as by the critics.

He had even starred an international project, a film tiled ‘Seven Years in Tibet’ directed by Jean-Jacques Annaud. Here Danny shared the screen with Brad Pitt, David Thwelis, B.D. Wong, Mako, Victor Wong, Jetsun Pema, Lhakpa Tsamchoe, Ingeborga Dapkunaite and Jamyang Jamtsho Wangchuk.

Some of his upcoming releases include ‘Boss’ (2013) directed by Anthony D’Souza and starring Akshay Kumar, Mithun Chakraborty, Ronit Roy and Shiv Pandit. This film would be hitting the theatres on the 16th of October in the year 2013. He would also be appearing in Sohail Khan’s ‘Mental : For A Cause’, starring Salman Khan, Sana Khan, Daisy Shah and Tabu in the primary roles. He has also signed up for Siddharth Anand’s 2014 project, ‘Bang Bang’ starring Hrithik Roshan, Katrina Kaif and Javed Jaffrey.

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Name: Deepak Dobriyal


1) In the year 2010, Deepak Dobriyal was nominated for the prestigious Apsara Award in the Best Performance in a Negative Role category for his role in ‘Gulaal’, directed by AnuragKashyap.

2) In the year 2006, he won the Filmfare Special performance award for his role in the Vishal Bhardwaj directed ‘Omkara’, starring Naseeruddin Shah, BipashaBasu, KonkonaSen Sharma, VivekOberoi, Saif Ali Khan, Kareen Kapoor and Ajay Devgan.

3) In 2012, Deepak was given the Apsara Award in the Best Performance in a Comic role award for his role of ‘Pappiji’ in the film ‘Tanu Weds Manu’ directed by Anand L. Rai.

Biography: Deepak Dobriyal, the well known film and theatre actor began his career in Bollywood in the year 1994. His parents hail from Kabra village situated near Satpuli and Reethakhal village, PauriGarhwal in the Indian state of Uttarakhan. When Deepak was five years of age, his family shifted to Delhi.

In the year 1994, he started working with Arvind Gaur, the famous theatre director. Some of Deepak’s major plays include ‘EkMamooliAdmi’ by Ashok Lal, ‘The Good Doctor’ by Neil Simons, ‘The Good Person of Szechwan’, ‘The Caucasian Chalk Circle’, ‘Operation Three Star’ by Dario Fo, ‘Court Martial’, ‘RaktKalyan’ also known as Taledanda, ‘Desire Under The Elms’, ‘Final Solutions’, ‘AndhaYug’, ‘Tughlaq’ and several others. After working for six long years at Asmita theatre, Deepak joined hands with Pt. N. K. Sharma’s Act One theatre group. Deepak acted in plays such as ‘Aksar Maine SochaTha’, ‘HamaarBaabujikichhattri’ and ‘AaoSaathiSapnaDekhe’.

One of his recent films include the Salman Khan starrer, ‘Dabangg 2’, directed by Arbaaz Khan. In this film Deepak played the character role of Bachcha’s (enacted by actor Prakash Raj) brother Genda, who used to be involved in all the illegal activities under Bachcha.

Deepak Dobriyal’s filmography includes ‘Maqbool’, ‘Omkara’, ‘1971’, ‘The Blue Umbrella’, ‘Shaurya’, ‘Delhi-6’, ‘13B’, ‘Gulaal’, ‘DaayenYaBaayen’, ‘Tanu Weds Manu’, ‘Tanu weds Bhai’, ‘Not A Love Story’ and ‘Dabangg 2’. He also did a voiceover in the Nikhil Advani directed bilingual stereoscopic 3-Dimensional animation film, ‘Delhi Safari’.

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Name: Dev Goel

Biography: Dev Goel is an upcoming Bollywood actor who will be making his debut in the Jyotin Goel directed comic misadventure love story titled ‘Hum Hai Raahi Car Ke’, starring Sanjay Dutt, Juhi Chawla, Anupam Kher, Vivek Vaswani, Chunky Pandey, Adah Sharma, Rati Agnihotri, Ranglani Ashish, Ganesh Venkatraman and Dev Goel himself.This movie deals with the story of one night road trip of two people. Jyotin Goel, the eminent director is Dev Goel’s father. This love comedy is set to hit the theatres on the 24th of May, 2013.

Dev Goel is the grandson of Devendra Goel, the renowned filmmaker. Dev Goel is greatly influenced by Hollywood star Sylvester Stallon and he always follows this star’s footsteps.Just like Sylvester Stallon had debuted as an actor and writer for the 1976 hit flick ‘Rocky’, similarly Dev Goel has acted as well as written ‘Hum Hai Raahi Car Ke’s’ story. Dev had been born and brought up in filming background. His family has two production houses named Goel Cine Corporation and Goel Screencraft. These production houses has been producing films since the year 1948. Dev learnt the art of filmmaking from the prestigious Florida State University Film School.

Dev Goel first had to appear in front of the camera when he was six years of age when he made a special appearance as the son of Sanjay Dutt in the 1990 Jyotin Goel directed ‘Zahreelay’. He had also written the story of his father’s 2010 animation flick titled ‘Bird Idol’. Dev Goel had also been an apprentice director for the 1999 Jyotin Goel directed film, ‘Safari’.

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Name: Dhanush

Birthdate: 28th of July, 1983

Zodiac: Leo

Marital Status: On the 18th of November, 2004, Dhanush tied the knot with Aishwariya, Rajnikanth’s daughter. They are the parents of two sons, one named Linga and the other named Yatra.


1) In the year 2011, Dhanush was awarded with the Asianet Film Award in the ‘Popular Tamil Actor’ category.

2) The very same year, he won the National Film Award for the ‘Best Actor’ category, for the 2011 film, ‘Aadukalam’, directed by Vetrimaran.

3) In 2011, Dhanush was also given the prestigious SIMA Award for the Best Actor (Tamil) category for ‘Aadukalam’.

4) He won the Vijay Award for being the Entertainer of the year, for the 2008 Mithran Jawahar directed Tamil drama film named ‘Yaaradi Nee Mohini’. Three years later in 2011, Dhanish won the same award for ‘Aadukalam’ and ‘Mayakkam Enna’.

5) Dhanush had also received the Filmfare Best Tamil Actor award for ‘Aadukalam’ in the year 2011.


1) Dhanush had been nominated to become PETA’s brand ambassador with the title of ‘India’s Hottest Vegetarian Celebrity of 2011’.

2) To support ‘Earth Hour 2012’ Dhanush had even joined WWF India.

3) Dhanush was introduced in the department of playback singing in ‘Pudhukottaiyilirundhu Saravanan’ by Yuvan Shankar Raja, the composer.

Biography: Dhanush was born on the 28th of July, 1983 to Kasthuri Raja, who was a well-known film director. He completed his higher studies from the St. John Matriculation Higher Secondary School Alwarthirunagar. Under the pressure given by his brother cum director Selvaraghavan, Dhanush decided to take acting as his career.

Dhanush, the Tamil lyricist, actor, producer and playback singer made his first entry into the industry with his father’s film ‘Thulluvado Llamai’, starring Dhanush himself, Sherin, Abhinay, Ramesh, Shilpa, Gangeshwari and Ramesh Khanna.This movie was directed by his father and the story was written by his brother, Selvaraghavan. This film was a blockbuster and it brought to him the much needed glory that he craved for in his first film.

Dhanush came under the limelight with his brother, Selvaraghavan’s very first directional venture titled ‘Kadhal Kondein’, starring Dhanush, Sonia Agarwal, Sudeep, Nagesh, Srikanth and Daniel Balaji. This film, which was released on the 4th of July, 2003, portrayed Dhanush as Vinod, a mentally disturbed young man, who fell in love with his friend (played by Sonia Agarwal) and eventually this love turning into possessiveness over her. This film was a huge success and it catapulted him into the main foray of Tamil actors in the Tamil film industry. Next up, he starred in Subramaniam Siva’s ‘Thiruda Thirudi’ along with Chaya Singh and Manikka Vinayagam. This was Dhanush’s first ever hero centric movie and he received lots of positive feedback for his performance in the movie.

During 2004 and 2005, Dhanush had a setback in his acting career as most of his films released during this time gap were failures at the box office. Although the first three of his movie released during this period were comparatively profitable, the rest were just big commercial failures. His first failure was ‘Pudhukottaiyilirundhu Saravanan’, directed and written by S. S. Stanley and featuring Dhanush and Aparna Pillai in the lead roles. Next up he appeared in Ramana’s 2004 Tamil flick named ‘Sullan’. This film again was a box office failure. His third failure was Kasthuri Raja’s 2004 film titled ‘Dreams’, starring Dhanush, Diya and Parul Yadav. ‘Dream’s remains to be one of Dhanush’s biggest failures till date.

In 2005, Dhanush appeared to two films which were average grossers. The first was Boopathy Pandian’s ‘Devathayai Kanden’, starring Dhanush himself along with Sridevi Vijaykumar. His second movie was ‘Adhu Oru Kanu Kaalam’, directed by Balu Mahendra and produced by Sai Suresh. This film was an off beat venture and inspite of receiving rave reviews, it did not do well at the theatres.

In terms of film budget, one of Dhanush’s biggest projects was the 2006 Tamil gangster flick titled ‘Pudhupettai’, directed by Selvaraghavan and starring Dhanush, Sneha and Sonia Agarwal. This film was praised worldwide but it failed to capture the attention of the Tamil audience and it just became an average grosser film. The version of this movie which was dubbed in Tamil (titled ‘Dhoolpet’) fared slightly better. Later on, Dhanush appeared in Boopathy Pandian’s comedy flick titled ‘Thiruvilaiyaadal Arambam’, starring Dhanush, Prakash Raj and Sriya Saran. This film became Dhanush’s first hit film in three years.

In the year 2007, Dhanush’s first release was the Suresh Krishna directed ‘Parattai Engira Azhagu Sudaram’, starring Dhanush, Meera Jasmine and Archana. This movie which was a remake of ‘Jogi’, a Kannada language movie, failed at the box office and in the process it received lots of negative reviews. Next up, Dhanush made his appearance in the 2007 Vetrimaaran directed Tamil flick titled ‘Polladhavan’. This film, packed with his stupendous performance, was a blockbuster at the theatres. This movie which was based on Vittorio De Sica’s ‘The Bicycle Thieves’ casted Dhanush opposite the well-known Divya Spandana.

In 2008, he starred in Mithran Jawahar’s Tamil drama flick titled ‘Yaaradi Nee Mohini’, which was a remake of the Telegu film, ‘Aadavari Matalaku Ardhalu Verule’, directed by his brother, Selvaraghavan. ‘Yaaradi Nee Mohini’ which was released on the 4th of April, 2008 was a big blockbuster at the theatres. Next up he did a special appearance in a song sequence in the Ranjnikanth starrer ‘Kuselan’, directed by P. Basu. Next up in 2009, he was seen opposite Tamannaah Bhatiya in Suraj’s Tamil action comedy, ‘Padikathavan’, starring Dhanush, Tamannaah, Sayaji Shinde, Atul Kulkarni, Suman and Pratap Pothan. He received lots of accolades and appreciation for his spectacular performance in this film. In the year 2010, he appeared in Mithran Jawahar’s ‘Uthamaputhiran’ and ‘Kutty’, both of which were hits despite receiving mixed reviews.

In 2011, Dhanush’s very first release was the Vetrimaran directed ‘Aadukalam’, which he had been working for over three years. This film where Dhanush played the role of a cockfighter, got lots of positive reviews and it won 6 awards at the 58th National Film Awards. Dhanush himself received the National Film Best Actor Award for his performance in this film and he became one of the youngest actors to receive this award. Next up Dhanush did an extended cameo in ‘Seedan’, directed by Subramania Siva, where he portrayed the character of a god. Dhanush’s next two projects were action packed films: the first being ‘Mappillai’, directed by Suraj and the second was ‘Venghai’, directed by Hari. Both of these films received mixed reviews. Following these two films, he appeared in the 2011 Selvaraghavan directed romantic drama flick titled ‘Mayakkam Enna’, starring Dhanush and Richa Gangopadhyay and this film was successful at the box office. One of Dhanush’s recent films includes the Tamil romantic thriller directed by Aishwariya Rajnikanth, his wife. Titled ‘3’, this film paired Dhanush with Shruti Saran and even befire this film was released, this film gained a lot of popularity with the release of ‘Why This Kolaveri Di’, a song from the film’s soundtrack. ‘Why This Kolaveri Di’, which was written and sung by Dhanush became a hit worldwide. He had also sung another song in this film named ‘Kannazhaga’.

Some of his upcoming projects include Bharat Bhala’s ‘Mariyaan’ and the Aanand L. Rai directed ‘Raanjhnaa’. ‘Raanjhnaa’ would be Dhanush’s first ever Hindi film. Dhanush had also signed up for his second Hindi film, where he would play the role of Dashrath Manji, in Manish Jha’s biopic. Apart from the above films, Dhanush has also enrolled himself in Thomson K. Thomas’s ‘Kammath & Kammath’ which would be Dhanush’s first Malayalam film.

As a playback singer, Dhanush sung several numbers in various films such as ‘3’, ‘Pudhukottaiyilirundhu Saravanan’, Pudhupettai’, ‘Aayirathil Oruvan’ and ‘Mayakkam Enna’.

As a producer, he will be producing the 2013 Senthil directed ‘Ethir Neechal’, starring Sivakarthikeyan, Nandita and Priya Anand.

Dhanush’s filmography includes ‘Thulluvadho Llamai’, ‘Kadhai Kondein’, ‘Thiruda Thirudi’, ‘Pudhukottaiyilirundhu Saravanan’, ‘Sullan’, ‘Dreams’, ‘Devathaiyai Kanden’, ‘Adhu Oru Kana Kaalam’, ‘Pudhupettai’, ‘Thiruvilayadal Arambam’, ‘Parattai Engira Azhagu Sundaram’, ‘Polladhavan’, ‘Yaaradi Nee Mohini’, ‘Kuselan’, ‘Padikathavan’, ‘Kutty’, ‘Uthama Puthiran’, ‘Aadukalam’, ‘Seedan’, ‘Mappillai’, ‘Venghai’, ‘Mayakkam Enna’, ‘3’, ‘Kammath & Kammath’, ‘Ethir Neechal’, ‘Raanjhnaa’, ‘Mariyaan’ and ‘Naiyaandi’.

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Name: Dharmendra

Birthdate: 8th of December, 1935

Zodiac: Sagittarius

Marital Status: Dharmendra has been maintaining 2 relationships simultaneously. When was of 19 years old, he tied the knot to Prakash Kaur in 1954 and they together are the parents of two sons, Bobby Deol and Sunny Deol, and two daughters named Ajeeta and Vijeeta. Later on, Dharmendra married the renowned actress, Hema Malini and presently they have two daughters Ahana Deol and Esha Deol.


1) In the year 2012, Dharmendra was honoured with the prestigious Padma Bhushan by the Indian Government.

2) In 1991, Dharmendra was given the National Film Award inthe ‘Best Popular Film Providing Wholesome Entertainment’ category for the movie ‘Ghayal’, for which he was the producer. Same year ‘Ghayal’ (1990) received the Filmfare Best Movie Award as well.

3) Six years later in 1997, Dharmendra was honoured with the Filmfare Lifetime Achievement Award for his significant contribution to the Indian film industry.

4) Some other awards received by Dharmendra are as follows:

> In the1970s, he was voted as the world’s most handsome person.

> He also has to his credit, the World Iron Man Award.

> He also received a special award at the Kalakar Awards for his outstanding contribution to the Indian Film industry.

> Dharmendra had also received the ‘Living Legend Award’ from the FICCI for his dedication and exceptional contribution to the film industry in India.

> In the year 2003, at the Sansui Viewers’ Choice Film Awards, he was awarded with one Lifetime Achievement Award.

> Next year in 2004, Dharmendra was given an honour for the Best Contribution to Indian Cinema. The following year, he was awarded the Zee Cine Lifetime Achievement Award.

> He also got another Lifetime Achievement Award at PIFF (Pune International Film Festival) in 2007. Same year he also received two more Lifetime Achievement Awards: one from the IIFA and another given by DBR Entertainment.

> That very year, a Punjabi newspaper named ‘Quami Ekta’ also honoured Dharmendra for his outstanding contribution to the film industry.

> At the well-known Max Stardust Award ceremony, Dharmendra was named ‘Actor Par Excellence’ in 2008.

> Same year, he got the coveted Lifetime Achievement Award at the 10th MAMI International Film Festival. Next year, he got another similar award at the NIFF.

> A year later in 2010, at the Big Star Entertainment Awards, Dharmendra was honoured with the title of the ‘Big Star Entertainer’.

> In the year 2011, at the Apsara Awards, Dharmendra was awarded with a Lifetime Achievement Award. That year, he also received the ‘Salaam Maharashtra Award’ for completing a span of fifty years in the Indian Film Industry.Same year, at the Global Indian Film & Television Honours, Dharmendra was given an honour, for his outstanding performance during the 50 years of his career.

> He was also given the prestigious Dadasaheb Phalke award in 2011. He had also been bestowed with the prestigious ‘The ITA Scroll of Honour’ in the occasion of the Indian Television Academy Awards.

> In the year 2012, at the prestigious PTC Punjabi Film Awards, Dharmendra was given the ‘Icon of Punjab Award’.


1) In the year 2011, Dharmendra appeared on the television reality show called ‘India’s Got Talent’ as the judge.

2) In the domain of politics, Dharmendra has played an active role. At the 2004 general elections, Dharmendra was elected as a Member of the Parliament from the north western city of Rajasthan on a BJP (Bharatiya Janata Park).

3) In the year 2000, Dharmendra set up Vijayta Films, his very own production house. It’s very first film was the 1983 flick called ‘Betaab’, having Sunny Deol in the lead role.

Biography: Dharam Singh Deol, known popularly as Dharmendra was born on the 8th of December, 1935 to a Punjabi Sikh background, in the Indian state of Punjab. Kewal Kishan Singh Deol was his father and Satwant Kaur, his mother. He spent his early part of his childhood days at a village named Sahnewal. His father was the village school master at Lalton, Ludhiana. Dharmendra after winning the Filmfare new talent award, he shifted to the metropolitan city of Mumbai in search for work.

He began his illustrious career with the 1960 Arjun Hingorani directed ‘Dil Bhi Tera Hum Bhi Tere’, starring Dharmendra himself, Balraj Sahni and Kum Kum. After this film he appeared in various other black and white romantic moviesand he got his first major breakthrough with the 1966 O. P. Ralhan directed blockbuster film named ‘Phool Aur Patthar’ (1966). This film catapulted him to greater heights of fame and glory, as this movie was the highest grossing movie that year and Dharmendra also earned his first Filmfare nomination in the Best Actor category for this film. At the initial stages of his career, Dharmendra was often portrayed in films as a romantic hero but sooner after 1974, he started playing action roles in films. During his initial days in the industry, he got the opportunity to star with some of the renowned actresses of his times. He worked with the actress, Nutan on the sets of ‘Bandini’ (1963) and ‘Soorat Aur Seerat’ (1962). He even worked with Meena Kumari in ‘Kaajal’ (1965), ‘Phool Aur Patthar’ (1966), ‘Poornima’ (1965) and ‘Main Bhi Ladki Hoon’ (1964); with Mala Singh in ‘Pooja Ke Phool’ (1964) and in ‘Anpadh’ (1962) and with Saira Banu in the 1964 film titled ‘Ayee Milan Ki Bela’ and in ‘Shaadi’, the 1962 film. He displayed great on screen chemistries with actresses such as Hema Malini, Zeenat Aman, Sharmila Tagore, Rekha, Saira Banu, Meena Kumari, Asha Parekh and Mumtaz. Dharmendra and Hema Malini was the most successful on-screen pairing that time and together they gave several hits which include ‘Raja Jani’, ‘Sharafat’, ‘Seeta Aur Geeta’, ‘Tum Haseen Main Jawaan’, ‘Dost’, ‘Jugnu’, ‘Charas’, ‘Chacha Bhatija’, ‘Maa’, ‘Sholay’ and ‘Azad’.

His most noteworthy performance was in Hrishikesh Mukherjee’s 1969 film named ‘Satyakam’ and in Ramesh Sippy’s action adventure packed ‘Sholay’ (1975). ‘Sholay’ became one of the greatest films in the history of Indian Cinema. In the seventies and eighties, Dharmendra starred in numerous movies such as ‘Dharam Veer’, ‘Pratigya’, ‘Azad’, ‘Charas’, ‘Katilon Ke Kaatil’, ‘Bhagawat’, ‘Ghazab’, ‘Dharam Aur Kanoon’, ‘Raj Tilak’, ‘Hukumat’, ‘Aag Hi Aag’, ‘Watan Ke Rakhwale’, ‘Hathyar’, ‘Loha’ and ‘Ghulami’.

Dharmendra has even worked in different types of films with various directors such as: with Mohan Kumar and Bimal Roy in drama based films, Raghunath Jhalani and Yash Chopra in romantic movies, Ramesh Sippy, Raj Khosla, Anil Sharma, Rajkumar Santoshi and Arjun Hingorani in action movies and with Basu Chatterjee, Rajkumar Kohli and Hrishikesh Mukherjee in comedy packed flicks.

Besides Hindi films, Dharmendra had also appeared in several Punjabi films as well. These include ‘Kankan De Ole’ (1970) where he made a special appearance, ‘Dukh Bhanjan Tera Naam’ (1974), ‘Do Sher’ (1974), ‘Teri Meri Ik Jindri’ in 1975, ‘Qurbani Jatt Di’ in the year 1990 and the 1982 film, ‘Putt Jattan De’.

Dharmendra as producer introduced both of his sons in the industry: Bobby Deol in the Rajkumar Santoshi directed 1995 romantic film named ‘Barsaat’ and Sunny Deol in Rahul Rawail’s ‘Betaab’ in 1983. He even launched Abhay Deol, his nephew, in Imtiaz Ali’s 2005 flick, ‘Socha Na Tha’, starring Abhay Deol, Apoorva Jha and Ayesha Takia.

Some of his latest films are ‘Life In a… Metro’, ‘Apne’, ‘Johnny Gaddaar’, ‘Om Shanti Om’, ‘Yamla Pagla Deewana’ and ‘Tell Me O Kkhuda’.

As a producer, he produced the following films: ‘Ghayal’ (1990), ‘Barsaat’ (1995), ‘Indian’ (2001), ‘23rd March 1931: Shaheed’ (2003), ‘Socha Na Tha’ (2005) and ‘Apne’ (2007). & more.....

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Name: Dilip Kumar

Birthdate: 11th December, 1922

Zodiac: Sagittarius

Marital Status: In the year 1966, Dilip Kumar married the very young Saira Banu. She was 22 years of age back then. Later on in the year 1980, Dilip tied the knot with a girl called Asma. Soon enough his second marriage broke up when he got to know that Asma, with the aid of her former husband was cheating on him and was disclosing most of his secrets to the media. Later on he again got back together with Saira.


1) In 1980, Dilip Kumar was given the honoured position of the Sheriff of Mumbai.

2) The Government of India bestowed upon him the prestigious Padma Bhushan and the Dadasaheb Phalke Award in 1991 and 1994 respectively.

3) In the year 1997, Dilip Kumar was given the NTR National Award by the Andhra Pradesh Government.

4) Dilip Kumar received the Nishan-e-Imtiaz award from the Pakistan Government in the year 1997. This award was the highest civilian award in Pakistan.

5) IN 2009, Dilip Kumar was honoured with the CNN-BN Lifetime Achievement Award.

6) ‘Ganga Jamuna’, directed by Nitin Bose was the only film which Dilip Kumar ever produced.

7) His original name was Muhammad Yusuf Khan. The screen name of Dilip Kumar was coined by Bhagwati Charan Verma, a Hindi writer.

8) He holds the record for winning the Filmfare Best Actor award three times in succession in 1995, 1956 and in 1957.

9) Dilip Kumar recently joined Twitter and he made his first tweet on his 89th birthday.


1) Dilip Kumar holds the prestigious Guinness World Record for having the most number of awards ever won by any Indian actor.

2) In 1993, he was given the most coveted Filmfare Lifetime Achievement Award.

3) Apart from the above mentioned awards, Dilip Kumar has won numerous other awards throughout his illustrious career including nineteen Filmfare nominations and eight Filmfare awards in the Best Actor category.

Biography: Dilip Kumar, the King of Tragedy was born in Peshawar as Muhammad Yusuf Khan on the 11th of December, 1922. He is one of the evergreen actors of the Indian film industry and his performances throughout the years starting right back from the year 1944 till the year 1998 has been a treat to watch.

Dilip Kumar was born to a Hindu speaking Pashtun family of 12 children. Lala Ghulam Sarwar, his father used to sell fruits and even had his own orchards at Deolali(Maharashtra, India) and at Peshawar. In the 1930s, Dilip Kumar and his entire family shifted to the City of Dreams, Mumbai in India. Dilip Kumar began his career as a supplier of dry fruits and he even owned a canteen in Pune. His entry into the film world was made possible by the actress Devika Rani and Himanshu Rai, her husband who owned the Bombay Talkies. Both of them noticed Dilip Kumar at Aundh Military canteen and without much ado they casted him with a lead role in the 1994 flick, ‘Jwar Bhata’. This film being his first film did not bring him that much needed kick start, but with the film, ‘Jugnu’, directed by Shaukat Hussain Rizvi in 1947 he shot into prominenceas this film was a major hit at the box office. Following the success of Jugni, Dilip Kumar went on to appear in sevral other hit films like ‘Madhumati’ (1958), ‘Yahudi’ (1958), ‘Devdas’ (1955), ‘Deedar’ (1951), ‘Mela’ (1948) ‘Andaz’ (1949) and several others. He co-starred with the well-known Raj Kapoor in ‘Andaz’, the romantic melodrama directed by Mehboob Khan and with Dev Anand in the 1955 flick, ‘Insaaniyat’, directed by S.S Vasan. Some of his top on-screen pairings are with Kamini Kaushal, Nargis, Vyjanthimala, Meena Kumari and Madhubala. After doing several tragic roles in numerous movies, Dilip Kumar started taking on lighter roles in films like ‘Kohinoor’ (1960), ‘Aan’ (1952) and ‘Azaad’ (1955). In 1960, he enacted the character of Prince Salim in the K. Asif directed movie, ‘Mughal-e- Azam’. Apart from Dilip Kumar, this film had Madhubala, Durga Khote and Prithviraj Kumar in the pivotal roles. This film was a blockbuster and till 2008, it held the record for being the second highest grossing movie in the history of Bollywood.

In 1961, Dilip Kumar produced and acted in a film called ‘Ganga Jamua’ where he and Nasir Khan, his brother appeared in the lead roles. David Lean, the British directed gave him a role in his film ‘Lawrence of Arabia’, but Dilip Kumar turned down this offer.Some other films which Dilip Kumar refused are ‘The Rains Came’ and ‘Sangam’.This role was later on given to the Egyptian actor, Omar Sharif. Next up, he came out with the film ‘Leader’ in the year 1964 which failed to create much of an impact at the box office. In 1967, he appeared in ‘Ram Aur Shyam’ which was directed by Tapi Chanakya. In this movie, he played the double role of twins which were separated when they were born.This film went to become a big hit at the theatres. The ever growing career graph of Dilip Kumar slumped a bit during the 1970s when he did movies such as ‘Bairaag’ (1976) and ‘Dastaan’ (1970).From 1976 to 1981, Dilip Kumar took a break from films. He made his comeback into the film industry in the year 1981 with the multistarrer film, ’Kranti’, directed by Manoj Kumar.This film went on to become the biggest film of the year. Next up he started playing single roles in some hit films such as ‘Karma’ (1986), ‘Mashaal’ (1984), ‘Shakti’ (1982) and ‘Vidhaata’ (1982). ‘Saudagar’ in 1991 directed by Subhash Ghai was Dilip Kumar’s last hit film.In the year 1996, he was busy behind his first directorial debut film ‘Kalinga’ but the film later on got shelved.

In 1998, he ultimate appearance was in the film ‘Quila’ directed by Umesh Mehra where he played a villainous role.

Both his movies ‘Naya Daur’ and ‘Mughal-e-Azam’ were colorised and released to the public in 2008 and 2004 respectively.

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Name: Divyendu Sharma

Birthdate: 13th of May, 1983

Zodiac: Taurus


Divyendu Sharma won the prestigious Screen Award in the Most Promising Newcomer- Male category for his performance in the film ‘PyaarKaPunchnama’.

Biography: Divyendu Sharma, the Indian actor is popularly known for his role in the film ‘PyaarKaPunchnama’. He was born in the city of Delhi, India and it was from there that he graduated in the field of political science. He also learnt the art of theatre acting during his early days in Delhi and later on he enrolled himself in the prestigious FTII, Pune for obtaining a diploma in the department of acting.During his theatre days he had acted in plays like Hawalat and Goal. Previously, Divyendu had also appeared on the television in numerous commercials for top notch brands such as Fidelity Mutual Funds, Virgin Mobile and Birla Sun Life.

His very first venture into the glamour and glitz filled world of Bollywood began with the film ‘PyaarKaPunchnama’, directed by Luv Ranjanand starringKartik Tiwari, RayoBakhirta, SonalliSehgall, NushratBharucha, Ishita Sharma and Divyendu Sharma himself.Here he played the role of a bachelor by the name of Liquid.His performance in this film was greatly appreciated by all and he grabbed the all important Screen Award for the Most Promising Newcomer- Male.

His second project is the upcoming film called ‘ChashmeBaddoor’, directed by David Dhawan.The cast crew would be consisting of Divyendu Sharma along with Ali Zafar, TaapseePannu and Siddharth. He will be playing the character role of a poet by the name of Omi. This film is all set to hit the theatres on the 5th of April, 2013.

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Name: Emraan Hashmi

Birthday: 24th March, 1979

Zodiac: Aries

Marital status: Married to Parveen Shahani; has one son, Ayaan.

Trivia: Emraan Hashmi had briefly changed his name to Farhan, but then decided to stay with his original name.

Before starting his career as an actor, Emraan had worked with Vishesh Films as an assistant director.

Emraan Hashmi Biography

Six years in Bollywood have earned Emraan Hashmi the title of a “serial kisser” owing to a surplus of scorching, lingering, fleeting kisses that his roles have demanded of him, ensuring that he is always in demand.

Emraan was born to Anwar Hashmi and Maherahh Hashmi. His father is a Muslim and his mother a Roman Catholic. He studied animation and graphics from Sydenham College in Mumbai. Bollywood director Mahesh Bhatt is his uncle and actress-turned-director Pooja Bhatt is his cousin.

Hashmi made his film debut in 2003 with Footpath, which did not do well at the box-office. He and co-star Mallika Sherawat shot to fame with the thriller, Murder (2004), which went on to become a super hit at the box-office.

In 2005, he appeared in several films such as Zeher, Aashiq Banaya Apne and Kalyug which did moderately well at the box office. In 2006, his film Gangster was a semi-hit,while Aksar and The Killer were flops. In 2007, Hashmi had three back to back releases, while Good Boy Bad Boy and The Train both failed at the box office, the big budgeted, Awarapan did moderately well.

In 2008, Jannat, starring Emraan and Sonal Chauhan, took a good opening, making the film a commercial success.His first release in 2009, Raaz – The Mystery Continues…, opened well and became the first box office success of that year.His second film of the yea, Tum Mile, opened to mixed reviews and was rated a box-office failure.

In 2010, Emraan appeared in Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai and Crook: It’s Good To Be Bad, of which the former opened to positive reviews and was declared a hit at the box-office while the latter sank without a trace.

Emraan’s first release of 2011 was moderate success Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji, followed by a hit Murder 2. Emraan was also seen in the Vidya Balan starrer, The Dirty Picture. The film turned to be a super-hit and Emraan’s role was well appreciated.

His upcoming films in 2012 are Jannat 2, Shanghai and Raaz 3.

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Name: Fardeen Khan

Birthday: 8th March, 1974

Zodiac: Pisces

Marital Status: Married to Natasha Madhwani

Awards: Filmfare Best Debut Award

Trivia: Son of the Bollywood legend, Feroz Khan and son-in-law of Bollywood siren, Mumtaz. He was arrested on the charges of possessing cocaine (2001).

Biography: Lady Luck seems to be perpetually evading this Khan! Fardeen Khan made his debut in Prem Agan (1998). However, the film fared average at the box-office.

After this solo debut, Fardeen Khan acted in several multi-starrers like Jungle (2000), Pyar Tune Kya Kiya (2001), Love Ke Liye Kuch Bhi Karega (2001), Hum Ho Gaye Aapke (2001), Kitne Door Kitne Paas (2002), Om Jagdish Hare (2002), Bhoot (2003), Janasheen (2003), Fida (2004), all received moderate success at the box office. No Entry (2005), Shaadi No. 1 (2005), Heyy Babyy (2007), Darling (2007), All The Best – Fun Begins (2009) did good business, however they failed to establish Fardeen Khan as a star by himself.

Fardeen was last seen alongside Sushmita Sen in 2010 film Dulha Mil Gaya. The film failed to do much at the box-office.

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Name: Farhan Akhtar

Birthday: 9th January, 1974

Zodiac: Capricorn

Marital Status: He is married to Adhuna Bhabani Akhtar since 2000. The couple is blessed to with two beautiful children Akira and Shakya.


1) Best Feature Film in Hindi, Critics Award for Best Film, Best Screenplay (National Film Awards) – Dil Chahta Hai (2002)

2) Best Feature Film in Hindi and Best Male Debut (National Film Awards) – Rock On (2008)

3) 53rd Filmfare Award for Best Singer – Rock On (2008)

4) 56th Filmfare Award for Best Film, Critics Award for Best Film, Best Dialogue – Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara (2011)

Biography: Multi faceted is the only way to describe Farhan Akhtar. He is young and talented and masters a variety of fields from acting to music to direction. He is one of the most imaginative popular film makers of Bollywood. His debut film Dil Chahta Hai is still considered to be a path breaking venture for the lucidity of the script and how he directed it with so much of zeal which most film makers lack. He brought subtlety and class in mainstream cinema and rejected that pomp and show drives a film. Born to lyricist and scriptwriter Javed Akhtar and scriptwriter and director Honey Irani, Farhan has always lived in and around artistic scene for all his life. He has a sister Zoya who is director and a writer. Farhan’s step mother is the veteran, natural actress Shabana Azmi. Farhan grew up in Mumbai.

Farhan’s career in Bollywood began at the age of 17 when he assisted Yash Chopra, as cinematography apprentice for his film Lamhe (1991). He later worked as an assistant director for Himalaya Putra (1997). During his early days he widely worked in the advertising world before going for direction and scriptwriting.

Along with Ritesh Sidhwani, Farhan started Excel Production which produced his directorial debut Dil Chahta Hai starring Aamir Khan, Akshay Khanna, Priety Zinta and Saif Ali Khan. Besides redefining rules and contours of Y2K generation friendship, the film went on to work on the contours of the new millennium cinema in Bollywood. The film went on to become one of the most iconic films of the last decade!

His next film was Lakshya in 2004 starring Amitabh Bachchan, Hrithik Roshan and Priety Zinta. The film managed to connect very efficiently with the youth as it told the tale of every young’s man journey to find what they are passionate about. Plot wise and technically the film was brilliant, however, it failed to show any magic at the box office.

In 2007, he directed a documentary named Positive which starred his step mother and actress Shabana Azmi with Boman Irani. The film attempted to educate people about AIDS awareness and how to lend a sensitive hand to victims. It was a part of the AIDS JaaGO campaign by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

In 2008, Farhan was launched as a singer and actor in Rock On. The film starred Arjun Rampal, Purab Kohli, Shahana Goswami and Prachi Desai. The performance was acclaimed to be flawless by most critics and the film was a huge box office success, also establishing Farhan as a successful singer winning him accolades.

In 2009, Farhan starred in his sister Zoya’s film Luck By Chance opposite konkona Sen Sharma. His acting was deemed to be fine and natural by critics however the film bombed badly at the box office. The same year ‘The Fakir of Venice’ was released. The film was immensely artistic and dealt with the frailties of human beings and their weaknesses.

His next film was released in 2010. Karthik Calling Karthik was a romantic thriller starring him and Deepika Padukone in lead roles. The film dealt with Schizophrenia and managed to do justice to the role. However the movie did not fare well at the box office.

In 2011, he was seen again in his sister Zoya’s film Zindagi Milegi Na Dobara with Hrithik Roshan, Abhay Deol and Katrina Kaif. The film received good reviews from critics and mostly Farhan reading his father Javed Akhtar’s poems was the most memorable part of that film. It almost encapsulated the essence of human existence.

His directorial ventures of 2006 and 2011, Don and Don 2, which are remake series of Amitabh Bachchan’s Don of the 70s, were both box office hits. The sequels were interesting with a newer storyline and greater chase drama. The films star Shah Rukh Khan and Priyanka Chopra in lead roles and will continue to follow in years to come.

He is currently working Rakesh Omprakash Mehra’s Bhag Milkha Bhag and Pritish Nandi’s film Shaadi Ke Side Effects too. The latter will see him star with Vidya Balan for the first time in his career. Also the film is a sequel of Rahul Bose- Mallika Sherwat starring film Pyaar Ke Side Effects.

Farhan has featured on television as well as the judge of Star One reality show Nach Baliye and the host Oye!It’s Friday! The shows were both high TRP incurring ventures.

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Name: Farooque Sheikh

Born: 25th March, 1948

Marital Status: Sheikh is married to Rupa Jain and has three children namely, Rubina, Shaista and Sanaa.

Biography: Sheikh is an accomplished actor, television presenter, is known mainly for his significant contributions to the Indian New Wave Cinema or Parallel Cinema. Sheikh began his career with the theatre and has worked in several productions till date, even with Shabana Azmi. He has worked with the likes of Satyajit Ray in Shatranj ke Khiladi,

The eldest of the five siblings of Mustafa Sheikh and Farida Sheikh, Farooque was born in Gujarat’s Baroda district. He grew up in a Zamindaar family with opulent surroundings. He did his schooling from St. Mary’s School, Mumbai and proceeded to St. Xavier’s College Mumbai. Later, he studied at Siddharth College of Law, following his father’s footsteps, also a Lawyer.

But, for Sheikh an active theatre performer with IPTA since his college days, high point was Garam Hava (1973), his debut film alongside Balraj Sahani. The film revolved round the post partition plight of an Indian Muslim family. From then on, Sheikh has delivered powerful performances in some notable movies like Noorie (1975), Chasme Badoor(1981), Umrao Jaan (1981), Bazaar (1982), Kisse Se Na Kehna(1983) and several others. His pairing with Deepti Naval was quite successful. He reduced his work in films during the 90s and returned to big screen with Saas Bahu Aur Sensex in 2008. He received the National Award for Best Supportng Actor (2010) for the 2009 movie Lahore. He was also part of the 2012 political thriller Shanghai.

Sheikh presented the first season of the highly successful and awarded talk show Jeena Isika Naam Hai, which was aired on Zee TV in 2008. He was also part of successful shoes like Chamatkar (Sony TV), Ji Mantriji(Star Plus) and Srikant (1985-86).

The 2013 release Listen Amaya saw Sheikh’s hit pairing with Deepti Naval in the big screen after a long gap. The film narrates the brewing love story of two middle aged persons.

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Name: Govind Namdeo (Govind Namdev)

Birthday: 3rd September

ZodiacL Virgo

Marital Status: Govind Namdeo is married with Sudha Namdeo and has three daughters Pallavi, Pragati and Megha.

Trivia: Govind Namdeo won grave reviews for his magnificent performance in historic figures such as a revolutionary father of Bhim Rao Ambedkar in Baba Saheb Ambedkar (1995) and as Mahtma Phule in Ek Baghi Mahatma, a telefilms.

Awards: The acclaimed actor won the Best Actor at the Osian’s Film Fan Award for Kabootar (2009).

He also got nominated for Filmfare Best Villain Award (1999) for Satya (1998).

Biography: The Indian actor was born in Saugor, MP.

Before he began his career of acting he did his Diploma Course in acting from National School Of Drama (NSD) and he also took a short term course from Film And Television Institute of Pune.

He for a decade worked as a member of NSD Repertory Company. Throughout this time his acting career flourished through plays. His first play was Tughlak, a direction by Ebrahim Alkaji. His other noteworthy plays include Cherry Orchard, Aazar Ka Khwab, Othello, Marco Millions, Andhayug, The Fools and Matta Villas.

Govind Namdeo’s commercial silver screen break was with Shola Aur Shabnam (1992).

He has done a lot of films, those include Chamatkar (1992), Aankhen (1993), Prem (1995), Prem Granth (1996), Zor (1998), Lajja (2001), Badhaai Ho Badhaai (2002), Dil Hai Tumhaara (2002), Pyaasa (2002), Dum (2003), Garv (2004), Ab Tumhare Hawale Watan Sathiyo (2004), Nigehbaan- The Third Eye (2005), Ramji Londonwaley (2005), Ankush- The Command (2006), Kacchi Sadak (2006), Johnny Gaddar (2007), Kuchh Khel Kucch Masti (2007), Yuvraaj (2008), Nepali (2008), Sarkar Raj (2008), Memsahab- Lost In A Mirage (2008), Khalbali- Fun Unlimited (2008), Kusar Prasad Ka Bhoot (2009), The White Land (2009), Prateeksha (2009), Tumhare Liye (2009), Kabootar (2009), Wanted (2009), Jaane Bhi Do Yaron (2009), Ajab Prem Ki Ajab Kahani (2009), Dum Maaro Dum (2011), Singham (2011), Jai Veeru: Friends Forever (2009), Jugaad (2009), Ek Se Bure Do (2009), Baabarr (2009), Bolo Raam (2009), Right Yaaa Wrong (2010), Krantiveer: The Revolution (2010), Dus Tola (20-10), Malik Ek (2010), Khuda Kasam (2010), Utt Pataang (2011), Khap (2011), Aagaah: The Warning (2011), Son Of Flower (2012), OMG Oh My God! (2012), Go (2007), Shakalaka Boom Boom (2007), Big Brother (2007), Game (2007), Khallas: The Beginning Of End (2007), Dosh (2007), Vidhyaarthi: The Power Of Students (2006), Prateeksha (2006), Mumbai Godfather (2005), Godmother (1999), Trishakti (1999), Kuch Tum Kaho Kuch Hum Kahein (2002).

His notable films include Virasat (1997), Bandit Queen (1994), Kachche Dhaage (1999), Satya (1998), Mast (1999), Phir Bhi Dil Hai Hindustani (2000), Thakshak (1999), Raju Chacha (2001), Pukar (2000), Satta (2003), Sarfarosh (1999), Main Madhuri Dixit Banna Chahti Hoon (2003), Qamat (2003).

Namdeo has started working in Jeena Hai Thok Daal and an untitled Prabhu Deva project. They are hoped to release this year or next.

Govind Namdeo’s post production films include Ata Pata Lapatta, Sultanat, Ab Tak Chhappan 2 and his film Amma Ki Boli is his upcoming flick.

Moreover he has also appeared on TV-serials.

Govind Namdeo is one of those actors who have done numerous supporting characters and villainous roles and will continue in future.

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Name: Gulshan Grover

Born: 21st September, 1955

Zodiac Sign: Virgo

Awards: He won the BBC Award in 2001, for contribution to Indian Cinema

The Giant’s Award in Art & Cinema (2003)

The Stardust Best Actor Award in 2012 for I Am Kalam

The 2011 New York City International Film Festival Award as Best Actor

The Best Actor Award at Houston Film Festival (2011) for Desperate Endeavors

PTC award for the film ‘Virsa’ as Best Supporting Actor (2010)

Biography: A veteran actor from Delhi, Grover has worked in over 400 films up till present. An immensely talented actor he is, the famed ‘baddie’ of Bollywood has made a successful switch from Bollywood to international movies even Hollywood. Although Grover has worked in international projects like Marigold (2007), Desperate Endeavors, Breaking Waves (2011), Blind Ambition (2008) and Sweet Amerika (2008), he still has managed to hold his stature in Bollywood.

His 2010 release, I Am Kalam presented an impressive performance on Grover’s part as Bhati, the kind and helpful dhaba owner encouraging the poor Kalam. The film was showcased in the Cannes film Festival and Grover was nominated in the National Film Awards (2011) in Supporting Actor category.

Grover has come about a long way since his debut in Hum Paanch (1980) and worked in numerous movies notable ones are; Arth (1981), Sadma (1982), Rocky (1981), Avtaar (1983), Ram Lakhan (1989), Khatron Ke Khiladi (1988), Mohra (1994), Raja Babu (1994), International Khiladi (1999), Earth (1998), Yes Boss (1997), Hera Pheri (2000), Lajja (2002), Boom (2003), Gangster (2006), Karzzzz (2008), Knock Out (2010) and very recently a cameo in Agent Vinod (2012).

Grover has his hands full with global films like Nephilim, Prisoners of the Sun and Bollywood film Baat Ban Gayi to be released in 2013. He has also landed with a significant role in Tigmanshu Dhulia’s upcoming film ‘Bullet Raja’ along with Saif Ali Khan.

Grover holds a post graduate degree from Delhi’s Sri Ram College of Commerce and was associated with ‘Little Theatre Group’ for a long time before launching into the Hindi film industry.

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Name: Hrithik Roshan

Birthday: 10th January, 1974

Zodiac: Capricorn

Marital status: Married to Suzanne Khan; has two sons Hridhaan and Hrehaan.

Awards: 4 Filmfare Best Actor Awards, Filmfare Best Male Debut Award, Filmfare Critics Award for Best Performance

Trivia: Hrithik’s nickname is Duggu.

He has two thumbs on his right hand.

As a child, Hrithik fought hard to overcome a stammering problem.

He worked for many years on the sets of his father Rakesh Roshan’s films to learn the business from scratch.

Hrithik has been documenting his daily life for many years by taking pictures and putting them in scrapbooks.

Hrithik Roshan Biography

With the looks of a Greek God and an enticing combination of star quality, Hrithik Roshan comes across as a complete gentleman. He skyrocketed to fame with his acting debut, Kaho Naa… Pyaar Hai. His twinkling green eyes, winsome smile, and a lean, chiselled body ensure that Hrithik has a huge fan following.

Roshan was born in Mumbai to a Punjabi Hindu family of cinema personalities. His father, actor and director Rakesh Roshan, is the son of music director Roshan; while his mother, Pinky, is the daughter of producer and director J. Om Prakash. Hrithik has an elder sister, Sunaina. His uncle Rajesh Roshan is a famous music director. As a child, Roshan attended the Bombay Scottish School. He later attended Sydenham College, where graduated in Commerce.

He got a taste of Bollywood as a child, when he appeared in the films Aasha (1980), Aapke Deewane (1980) and Bhagwan Dada (1986). But it was in the year 2000 that Hrithik made his debut as the leading man in the film Kaho Naa… Pyaar Hai, opposite the debutante actress, Amisha Patel. The film was one of the biggest box-office successes of that year. Later that year, Roshan starred in Fiza (2000). Although the film did poorly at the box-office, Hrithik’s performance was praised. His last release that year was Mission Kashmir, where he starred with Sanjay Dutt and Preity Zinta.

Yaadein was his first release in 2001, followed by the melodrama, Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham, which did extremely well at the box office, becoming the second-highest grossing film of 2001 and the then biggest overseas hit.

Hrithik had an unsuccessful year in 2002 when all three of his releases – Mujhse Dosti Karoge!, Na Tum Jaano Na Hum and Aap Mujhe Achche Lagne Lage – were declared flops.

In 2003, Hrithik made a comeback with the science-fiction film Koi… Mil Gaya, which saw Hrithik play a mentally challenged young man.The film was the highest grosser of the year. Lakshya was Roshan’s only release in 2004; the film did not do well at the box office.However, Hrithik’s performance was praised by critics.

Roshan took a two-year break from acting before resurfacing with the superhero film Krrish, a sequel to his 2003 film Koi… Mil Gaya which released in June 2006. The film was a major box office success. This was followed by the action flick Dhoom 2, the sequel to Dhoom, wherein he played a negative character. His pairing with Aishwarya Rai Bachchan in the film was liked by the audiences. He got back with Aishwarya for another film, Ashutosh Gowariker’s Jodhaa Akbar (2008).

Roshan then appeared in Luck By Chance (2009), in which he made a guest appearance. The following year, he was seen in Anurag Basu’s Kites along with Mexican actress Bárbara Mori and Kangna Ranaut. The film failed to do well at the box-office after taking a huge start and was eventually declared a flop. He next acted in Guzaarish opposite Aishwarya. Upon release, the Hrithik’s portrayal of a quadriplegic patient, Ethan Mascarenhas, received rave reviews.

In 2011 Hrithik Roshan was seen in Zoya Akhtar’s Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara opposite Katrina Kaif. Hrithik played role of Vijay Dinanath Chauhan in Karan Johar’s remake film, Agneepath. The film turned out to be a super-hit and was the first Bollywood success of 2012.

Hrithik’s upcoming film is Krrish 3.

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