BollywoodWorld.com, Here are some pictures of Bollywood dresses actresses. Ameesha Patel takes the top spot in this outfit. Check yourself out! Priyanka Chopra is seen here in quite a ugly outfit. And what’s up with her hair? Have a look!
The Indian film industry turns 100 Friday and Bollywood celebrities like Anupam Kher and Govinda hail its overall growth and say they are grateful to be a part of the filmdom. Actor Anupam Kher: There are news and entertaining channels,
Indian Cinema completes 100 Years this year. And this same year Bollywood’s own Mr.Perfectionist Aamir Khan also completes his 25 Years in Indian Cinema. The Superstar, The Chocolate-Face, The man with the Midas-Touch, The actor who chooses ‘Quality’ and not
Aamir Khan completes 25 years in Indian Cineman. Aamir Khan interacts with the media on competing 25 glorious years in Bollywood at Reliance Mediaworks in Filmcity, Mumbai.
Ponds Femina Miss India Navneet Kaur Dhillon, who will represent India at the Miss World pageant this year, has already set her eyes on Bollywood. “Right now Miss World is my aim, which is very important to me. But definitely,
Indian cinema-goers are exposed to 14 billion images of tobacco use in Bollywood films each year, says a study, calling for measures to deal with this exposure. The study, undertaken by Delhi-based NGO HRIDAY in collaboration with Imperial College London,
Hema Sardesaai’s claim to fame have been hit numbers like ‘Awara Bhanvrey’ the Super-Hit track from the film ‘Sapnay’ (1997), ‘Jungle Hai Aadhi Raat Hai’ from ‘Biwi No.1′ (1999), ‘Jaanam Samjha Karo’ the Title-Track from ‘Jaanam Samjha Karo’ (1999), ‘Apun
Bollywood actor John Abraham, who made his debut in the industry with “Jism” a decade ago, feels blessed to be a part of Indian cinema, which celebrates 100 years next month. “It’s been my 10 years. We have always followed
Ghosts exist and black magic works. At least in Bollywood, where the upcoming “Ek Thi Daayan” is the latest in the list of films on witches, occult and the like, much to the dismay of women’s groups who argue that
The southern film industry is far more traditional than Bollywood, which caters to a wider audience and gives opportunities to women in technical fields, says actress Asin Thottumkal after a five-year stint in Hindi films. “The south Indian film industry