Memorable films of the deceased filmmaker Ravi Chopra
The ace filmmaker passed away at the age of 68…
Ravi Chopra has been synonymous with famous TV serials like Mahabharat and Ramayan. The ace producer director passed away a few minutes back and the whole film industry has gone into a frenzy. He is the son of legendary producer director BR Chopra and the nephew of producer director Yash Chopra. His cousins Aditya Chopra and Uday Chopra have also shared the grief along with others in the Chopra family. In remembrance, here are some Bollywood block busters Mr Ravi directed… Click here to read more
Why did Amitabh Bachchan congratulate Salman Khan?
No, the Dabangg actor is not getting married though we would love to see him take the plunge
Salman Khan who entered the world of films in 1988 recently completed 25 glorious years in Bollywood. And that’s the reason why megastar Amitabh Bachcan Click here to read more
Rani Mukerji birthday special: Salman, Shahrukh, Aamir, Saif…which Khan looks hot with her?
On her 34th birthday, we take a look at the versatile actor’s films with the four Khans of B-town
Birthday girl Rani Mukerji is one of the few actors in B-town to have worked with all four superstar Khans of the industry – Aamir Khan, Salman Khan, Shahrukh Khan and Saif Ali Khan. Rani’s cousin Kajol and actor Kareena Kapoor are probably the only other Bollywood heroines to have had this ‘privilege’. Undoubtedly, all four Khans have helped Rani hone her acting talent at some point in her career. But that does not take away from her versatility and calibre that shines like a diamond. Her heroes have had good chemistry with her onscreen – probably thanks to Rani’s comfort level with each in real life – and that is why she has some important films of her career with them. Let’s take a look at some of Rani’s films with the Khans, with due respect to her movies with other stars like Amitabh Bachchan, Govinda, Shahid Kapoor, Abhishek Bachchan, Kamal Haasan and so on. Click here to read more
Filmmaker Ravi Chopra discharged from hospital
Filmmaker Ravi Chopra, who was hospitalised at the Breach Candy hospital in Mumbai due to a lung ailment, has been discharged. A hospital source said, “Yes, Ravi Chopra was hospitalised on October 1 and was in the ICU (Intensive Care Unit), but he was discharged on October 26.” The 66-year-old has been advised bed rest. A close friend of the Chopra family said, “Yes, he is back home, but his health condition is still the same. He is in complete bed rest.”
Son of late BR Chopra, Ravi’s uncle was the late filmmaker Yash Chopra who passed away on October 21, 2012.
Ravi has directed some notable movies like The Burning Train (1980), Aaj Ki Awaz (1984), Baghban (2003) and Baabul (2006), among others. Click here to read more
Filmmaker Ravi Chopra on ventilator
Filmmaker Ravi Chopra, who is undergoing treatment in Breach Candy Hospital for lung ailment, has reportedly shown no signs of improvement. “He has been put on ventilator and there is no improvement in his health,” said a source from the hospital. The 66-year-old filmmaker, who is the nephew of late Yash Chopra, was taken to the hospital a few days ago. According to informed sources, he has been battling with lung problem for a long time. Ravi is known for directing The Burning Train (1980), Aaj Ki Awaz (1984), Baghban (2003) and Baabul (2006), among others.
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Hema Malini, happy birthday!
Here’s wishing one of India’s most loved divas much happiness, a long life and more success
Hema Malini was born as Hema Malini R Chakravarty on October 16, 1948 in Ammankudi, Tamil Nadu. Having mastered Bharata Natyam, a young Malini featured in a South Indian movie as a dancer. Click here to read more
Dilip Kumar’s new biography to release on his 90th birthday
Untold tales, rare pictures and his love story with Saira Banu is what you will get to read about in Dilip Kumar’s latest biography
Uday Tara Nayar has written Dilip Kumar’s biography, set to be launched on the legendary actor’s 90th birthday on December 11, 2012. The author says the two-part book focuses on the actor’s nine-decade long journey, his love story with Saira Banu, some untold stories as well as rare pictures of the thespian and his family members. Click here to read more