Ajeeb Dastaan Hai Yeh: Is Vikram feeling guilty for falling in love with Shobha?
Relationships can be very complicated especially when more than just two people are involved in it
In the recent episode of Ajeeb Dastaan Hai Yeh, we see the return of Samarth (Harsh Chhaya) in Shobha’s (Sonali Bendre) life. Click here to read more
Ajeeb Dastaan Hai Yeh: Will Shobha go back to Samarth?
The show is finally picking up some momentum and the romantic track is making people curiouser and curiouser
Well we’ve all seen the latest drama when Sarika (Vivana Singh) tries to kill Shobha (Sonali Bendre) in order to get into Vikram’s (Apurva Agnihotri) life. Click here to read more
Ajeeb Dastaan Hai Yeh: Will Shobha fall in love with Vikram post the leap?
Ekta Kapoor’s Life OK show, which marks Sonali Bendre’s debut in television fiction, is not doing as well as the makers hoped – so they are trying to up the numbers by introducing a new leap
If you have been watching the recent episodes, we saw how Shobha (Sonali Bendre), her kids, mother-in-law have finally seen and understood Samarth’s (Harsh Chhaya) true colours and decided to move on in life. Click here to read more
Ajeeb Dastaan Hai Yeh: Will Vikram save Shobha from going to prison?
She F’ed up when she decided to go against the law and lie in court
Ekta Kapoor’s Ajeeb Dastaan Hai Yeh has a very common story, but it’s the treatment and the performance of actors that drew us to the Life OK show. Click here to read more
Ajeeb Dastaan Hai Yeh TV review: Sonali Bendre and Harsh Chhaya breathe life into their characters
Life Ok’s biggest show produced by Ekta Kapoor went on air last night and we believe the show is here to stay
Ajeeb Dastaan Hai Yeh is the story of Shobha (Sonali Bendre), who is betrayed by her politician husband Samarth (Harsh Chhaya), after nine years of marriage. Click here to read more
Ashok Kumar: Wish him on his 100th birth anniversary
The life and times of the ‘Dadamoni’ of Indian cinema
He was a shy man with average looks, definitely not the Bollywood type; yet destiny had other plans for Ashok Kumar who got into showbiz by chance and never looked back. As the late actor’s 100th birth anniversary dawns Thursday, film historians and fans remember the ‘Dadamoni’ of Indian cinema. Born in a Bengali family October 13, 1911, he did his schooling from Presidency College in Kolkata, and graduated in sciences and law. Not quite starry-eyed, he came to Mumbai in 1936 in search of a job. He got the role of a lab assistant in the newly established Bombay Talkies. But one day film director Himanshu Rai was furious with the lead actor of his film who had vanished without informing him. On the spur of the moment, he laid his eyes on Ashok and wanted the man as the lead in his film Jeevan Naiya. Click here to read more