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Know about Sanjay Leela Bhansali's marriage rumours to choreographer Vaibhavi Merchant, Assamese festival in Delhi, English children books , harry potter series and all india news from entertainment, sports and lifestyle and other India news.
26 Feb 2008
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Why is Sanjay Khan miffed with Sanjay Leela Bhansali?
20 Mar 2009
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28 Feb 2007
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4 Apr 2008
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Akshay Kumar and Shruthi Hassan will soon be paired in Sanjay Leela's upcoming movie "Gabbar". This film will be a remake of south film "Ramna" and will be based on corruption. For daily dose of entertainment news log on to: *******www.lehren*** Like our Updates: *******www.facebook****/LehrenEntertainment Follow our tweets: ********twitter****/lehrentv
22 Jul 2013
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Alka Yagnik, Shehnaz Hussain and Sameera Reddy at Wills Lifestyle India fashion week, Kareeb fame Neha makes a cameo in Alibaug, Sanjay Leela Bhansali's opera 'Padmavati' goes house-full, Anil Dharkar's latest book Men & Women Who Shaped Today's India.
17 Mar 2008
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-Bollywood and Hollywood entwine for this mix of romance singing comedy dancing and melodrama directed by Sanjay Leela Bhansali (DEVDAS) and produced in tandem with Sony/Columbia. The achingly beautiful Rani Mukherjee narrates and appears as Gulab a streetcorner princess haunting the red light district in an expressionistic melange of Venice Vegas and Amsterdam. The irrepressibly callow musician Raj (Ranbir Kapoor) catches her eye but Raj thinks he's in love with Sakina (Sonam Kapoor) who prefers to pine away for her absent lover Imaan (Salman Kahn). All this longing (it's based on Dostoyevsky's WHITE NIGHTS) is stunningly captured through bizarre and elaborate backdrops winding staircases torrents of rain and a color scheme heavy on the blues. Fans of Baz Luhrman's MOULIN ROUGE will want to live inside this film: there may not a whole lot of weight to all the tomfoolery but the pain of youthful romantic idealism is part of the message. The music is always the thing with Bollywood films and SAAWARIYA packs in its share of rousing numbers. Western viewers entering the realm of Bollywood for the first time will find SAAWARIYA ("beloved" in Hindi) to be a crossover film that's ready to welcome them with open arms into a jubilant world of high-spirited song and dance over-the-top goofiness anguished melodrama gyrating hips (with very sexy exposed belly buttons) and PG-rated romance.
13 Sep 2008
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-Bollywood and Hollywood entwine for this mix of romance singing comedy dancing and melodrama directed by Sanjay Leela Bhansali (DEVDAS) and produced in tandem with Sony/Columbia. The achingly beautiful Rani Mukherjee narrates and appears as Gulab a streetcorner princess haunting the red light district in an expressionistic melange of Venice Vegas and Amsterdam. The irrepressibly callow musician Raj (Ranbir Kapoor) catches her eye but Raj thinks he's in love with Sakina (Sonam Kapoor) who prefers to pine away for her absent lover Imaan (Salman Kahn). All this longing (it's based on Dostoyevsky's WHITE NIGHTS) is stunningly captured through bizarre and elaborate backdrops winding staircases torrents of rain and a color scheme heavy on the blues. Fans of Baz Luhrman's MOULIN ROUGE will want to live inside this film: there may not a whole lot of weight to all the tomfoolery but the pain of youthful romantic idealism is part of the message. The music is always the thing with Bollywood films and SAAWARIYA packs in its share of rousing numbers. Western viewers entering the realm of Bollywood for the first time will find SAAWARIYA ("beloved" in Hindi) to be a crossover film that's ready to welcome them with open arms into a jubilant world of high-spirited song and dance over-the-top goofiness anguished melodrama gyrating hips (with very sexy exposed belly buttons) and PG-rated romance.
30 Apr 2008
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-Bollywood and Hollywood entwine for this mix of romance singing comedy dancing and melodrama directed by Sanjay Leela Bhansali (DEVDAS) and produced in tandem with Sony/Columbia. The achingly beautiful Rani Mukherjee narrates and appears as Gulab a streetcorner princess haunting the red light district in an expressionistic melange of Venice Vegas and Amsterdam. The irrepressibly callow musician Raj (Ranbir Kapoor) catches her eye but Raj thinks he's in love with Sakina (Sonam Kapoor) who prefers to pine away for her absent lover Imaan (Salman Kahn). All this longing (it's based on Dostoyevsky's WHITE NIGHTS) is stunningly captured through bizarre and elaborate backdrops winding staircases torrents of rain and a color scheme heavy on the blues. Fans of Baz Luhrman's MOULIN ROUGE will want to live inside this film: there may not a whole lot of weight to all the tomfoolery but the pain of youthful romantic idealism is part of the message. The music is always the thing with Bollywood films and SAAWARIYA packs in its share of rousing numbers. Western viewers entering the realm of Bollywood for the first time will find SAAWARIYA ("beloved" in Hindi) to be a crossover film that's ready to welcome them with open arms into a jubilant world of high-spirited song and dance over-the-top goofiness anguished melodrama gyrating hips (with very sexy exposed belly buttons) and PG-rated romance.
27 May 2008
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-Bollywood and Hollywood entwine for this mix of romance singing comedy dancing and melodrama directed by Sanjay Leela Bhansali (DEVDAS) and produced in tandem with Sony/Columbia. The achingly beautiful Rani Mukherjee narrates and appears as Gulab a streetcorner princess haunting the red light district in an expressionistic melange of Venice Vegas and Amsterdam. The irrepressibly callow musician Raj (Ranbir Kapoor) catches her eye but Raj thinks he's in love with Sakina (Sonam Kapoor) who prefers to pine away for her absent lover Imaan (Salman Kahn). All this longing (it's based on Dostoyevsky's WHITE NIGHTS) is stunningly captured through bizarre and elaborate backdrops winding staircases torrents of rain and a color scheme heavy on the blues. Fans of Baz Luhrman's MOULIN ROUGE will want to live inside this film: there may not a whole lot of weight to all the tomfoolery but the pain of youthful romantic idealism is part of the message. The music is always the thing with Bollywood films and SAAWARIYA packs in its share of rousing numbers. Western viewers entering the realm of Bollywood for the first time will find SAAWARIYA ("beloved" in Hindi) to be a crossover film that's ready to welcome them with open arms into a jubilant world of high-spirited song and dance over-the-top goofiness anguished melodrama gyrating hips (with very sexy exposed belly buttons) and PG-rated romance.
24 Jan 2010
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-Bollywood and Hollywood entwine for this mix of romance singing comedy dancing and melodrama directed by Sanjay Leela Bhansali (DEVDAS) and produced in tandem with Sony/Columbia. The achingly beautiful Rani Mukherjee narrates and appears as Gulab a streetcorner princess haunting the red light district in an expressionistic melange of Venice Vegas and Amsterdam. The irrepressibly callow musician Raj (Ranbir Kapoor) catches her eye but Raj thinks he's in love with Sakina (Sonam Kapoor) who prefers to pine away for her absent lover Imaan (Salman Kahn). All this longing (it's based on Dostoyevsky's WHITE NIGHTS) is stunningly captured through bizarre and elaborate backdrops winding staircases torrents of rain and a color scheme heavy on the blues. Fans of Baz Luhrman's MOULIN ROUGE will want to live inside this film: there may not a whole lot of weight to all the tomfoolery but the pain of youthful romantic idealism is part of the message. The music is always the thing with Bollywood films and SAAWARIYA packs in its share of rousing numbers. Western viewers entering the realm of Bollywood for the first time will find SAAWARIYA ("beloved" in Hindi) to be a crossover film that's ready to welcome them with open arms into a jubilant world of high-spirited song and dance over-the-top goofiness anguished melodrama gyrating hips (with very sexy exposed belly buttons) and PG-rated romance.
24 Jan 2010
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Bollywood and Hollywood entwine for this mix of romance singing comedy dancing and melodrama directed by Sanjay Leela Bhansali (DEVDAS) and produced in tandem with Sony/Columbia. The achingly beautiful Rani Mukherjee narrates and appears as Gulab a streetcorner princess haunting the red light district in an expressionistic melange of Venice Vegas and Amsterdam. Fans of Baz Luhrman's MOULIN ROUGE will want to live inside this film: there may not a whole lot of weight to all the tomfoolery but the pain of youthful romantic idealism is part of the message. The music is always the thing with Bollywood films and SAAWARIYA packs in its share of rousing numbers. Western viewers entering the realm of Bollywood for the first time will find SAAWARIYA ("beloved" in Hindi) to be a crossover film that's ready to welcome them with open arms into a jubilant world of high-spirited song and dance over-the-top goofiness anguished melodrama gyrating hips (with very sexy exposed belly buttons) and PG-rated romance.
16 Jun 2009
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