Hindi film industry
The Bollywood actress made her debut with the 2016 dud "Fugly", but has since then made a mark with some good performances in films such as "M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story", "Lust Stories", "Kabir Singh" and "Good Newwz".
"I want this cultural exchange to keep going. The ban culture, I don't think, in the long run really serves anyone well."
"I completely agree with what Hina said recently. TV actors don't get a fair chance in Bollywood. I have experienced this myself. I have been to auditions a couple of times and I have seen that they don't see us as they see other people," said Helly.
Sinha, who has garnered a lot of fame and adulation directing "Mulk", "Article 15" and "Thappad" in recent years, is known for his straightforward posts on social media.
Amid the lockdown, Diana has come out with an initiative called The Khaki Project to extend help and support to Mumbai Police.
"The journey is still on and there is so much I'm yet to explore as an actor. There are so many stories and genres I'm yet to explore."
Evelyn made her Bollywood debut in the 2012 film "From Sydney With Love". She was then seen in films like "Nautanki Saala", "Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani", "Yaariyan" and "Saaho" among many more.
He said: "While making a biopic, one gets a readymade story. It could have been written by someone or discussed in public domain."
"I didn't enter Bollywood. I did just one film. Honestly, I didn't love the experience in it. So I didn't want to do another film," Gabriella said
Kajol on Saturday tweeted: "1,200 weeks and still running! thank you all for all the love that you have been showering on 'Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge' for so many years! It was, it is and will always be an incredibly special film for all of us."
Jackie, whose given name is Jai Krishan Kakubhai Shroff, has worked in different languages like Marathi, Kannada, Punjabi, Bengali, Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu, Bhojpuri and Gujarati in his career.
"It has been an eventful journey and if I had a chance to live again, I would love to do it in the same way. I feel fortunate about the life I have lived," says Naseeruddin
"Sridevi was someone I looked upto during my formative years in the industry. It is such a privilege to be presented an award named after her. I started out really young in the industry just like her and I understand that it takes decades to build a legacy," said Tamannaah.
Rishi Kapoor took to Twitter to share the reunion pic. Each actor in the frame has made significant contribution in the Hindi film industry.
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