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Manisha Koirala discharged from New York hospital
Bollywood actor Manisha Koirala underwent cancer surgery recently and she will be in NY for another three months for treatment
Manisha Koirala, who was recently diagnosed with ovarian cancer, underwent a successful surgery in New York. She has been discharged from the hospital and is stable, said her manager.
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Happy Birthday, Madhuri Dixit-Nene!
One of India’s most beautiful women and Bollywood’s shining star, Madhuri Dixit-Nene turns 45 today. As she celebrates her birthday in the US with her family, we walk down memory lane
Born on May 15, 1967, Madhuri Dixit Nene entered the film industry at the age of 17 and became the nation’s heartthrob in the years to come. Click here to read more
Manisha Koirala loses weight, gains films
The actor is back with three releases in 2013
Manisha Koirala surprised everyone when she attended a special screening of Parinda last night (March 29) at a retrospective of Vidhu Vinod Chopra. The actor was there as a mark of respect for the director who cast her in 1942: A Love Story. What made everyone take notice was the way Manisha was radiating happiness. Just two months ago, the actor had been spotted at a party in a horrid dress, looking haggard and pale. However, at this screening, she looked like her older self – fit and fine. She mingled, smiled and spoke to the media about her Bollywood career. Click here to read more
Is Madhuri Dixit right to charge Rs 5 crore per film?
The actor is reportedly demanding the same fee as Katrina Kaif
Madhuri Dixit Nene is back in Mumbai and gearing up to return to Bollywood. However, she and her fans will have to wait for that to happen. It’s not for the lack of films. Producers are more than eager to cast her. The problem is that Madhuri is demanding Rs 5 crore for a film! She has made it very clear to filmmakers that she is no less than a Kareena Kapoor or a Katrina Kaif as an actor and there is no reason for her to charge lesser than them. Click here to read more
Anil Kapoor: Bollywood heroes should encourage women-oriented films
The MI:4 actor feels that today’s Bollywood actors refrain from women-oriented films
Actor Anil Kapoor, who has worked in many female-centric films like Beta, Lajja, Judaai and Biwi No. 1, says most actors today do not like being a part of films that revolve around women. “I see leading men are not very happy being part of a woman-oriented film. I think (they are) the best films ever made in our country, including Mother India, which was a female-centric film and is remembered till date,” the 52-year-old actor said here at the Lavasa Women’s Drive. Click here to read more
Prasoon Joshi says meaningful poetry is on the downslide
In this day and age when songs like Munni Badnaam, Chikni Chameli and Jalebi Bai are becoming chart toppers, meaningful poetry is slowly on the downslide. National Award-winning lyricist Prasoon Joshi is unhappy with the trend and asserts that only songs with meaningful lyrics will have a longer shelf life
“Simple poetry is still appreciated today. A song should have longevity, it’s age should be big. You can play a song again and again and fix it in the minds of the people. But a song will only stay on forever if it has good, meaningful lyrics,” the 40-year-old lyricist said at the 18th Annual Colors Screen awards. Click here to read more