Vijay Singh Deol, better known as Bobby Deol, is an Indian film actor and occasional DJ who works in Hindi films. In a career spanning more than two decades, he has appeared in over forty films and is the recipient of a Filmfare Award and a Filmfare Best Actor Award nomination, he is the son of Dharmendra and the brother of Sunny Deol a successful actor in the Indian Film Industry. He is noted for acting in several thriller films playing antiheroic characters who are forced to commit crimes to avenge the deaths of loved ones and his films involve themes of jealousy and revenge and are romantic thrillers involving him caught in love triangles. Deol appeared as a child actor in the film Dharam Veer in 1977 and made his acting debut as an adult in Barsaat which garnered him the Filmfare Best Debut Award. Subsequently, he was featured in several commercially successful films including the 1997 suspense thriller Gupt, the 1998 action thriller Soldier, the 2000 action thrillers Badal and Bichhoo, the 2001 suspense Ajnabee, the 2002 romantic thriller Humraaz for which he was nominated for the Filmfare Best Actor Award, the 2007 sports drama Apne, the 2011 comedy Yamla Pagla Deewana and the 2018 action thriller Race 3.
His other notable and critically recognised work includes Kareeb, Bardaasht, Jhoom Barabar Jhoom, Naqaab and Dostana. In addition to acting in films, Deol is involved with several humanitarian causes and has participated in concert tours and stage shows, he has been married to Tanya Deol since 1996. They have two sons. Deol was born into a Jatt family in Mumbai, India, the second son of Bollywood star Dharmendra and Parkash Kaur, he is the younger brother of Sunny Deol and has two sisters Vijayta and Ajeeta who live in California. His step-mother is Hema Malini, through whom he has two paternal half-sisters, actress Esha Deol and Ahana Deol, his cousin Abhay Deol is an actor. Deol first appeared as a child actor in the film Dharam Veer in 1977. Deol made his adult debut with Twinkle Khanna in the 1995 Bollywood film Barsaat, directed by Rajkumar Santoshi. Deol plays the character of Badal, a naive but intelligent young man who moves from a small village to the big city and gets caught up with corrupt police and criminal gangs amidst falling in love.
Shot in Scotland, Deol broke his leg in an equestrian accident while filming and had to be flown to London to recuperate and had to call off several publicity shoots which documented his debut. The film garnered him the Filmfare Best Debut Award. In 1997, Deol starred in Gupt: The Hidden Truth, a suspense thriller directed by Rajiv Rai, considered his breakthrough role. Cast alongside Manisha Koirala, Paresh Rawal, Om Puri and Raj Babbar, Deol played the role of Sahil, a young man accused of murdering his stepfather over an engagement proposal and wrongly imprisoned, he tracks down the real killer. Gupt: The Hidden Truth was acclaimed for its storyline and soundtrack and was a commercial success. In the same year, Deol appeared in Aur Pyaar Ho Gaya, alongside Aishwarya Rai in her debut Bollywood role; the film failed to do well at the box office. In 1998, Deol starred opposite Neha in Kareeb. Deol played the character of Birju, an irresponsible young man from an upper-middle-class family in Himachal Pradesh with a love of petty thievery and deceit.
In 1998, he appeared in Abbas Mustan's military thriller Soldier, alongside Raakhee and Preity Zinta. Deol played the mysterious character of Vicky revealed as Raju, son of Vijay Malhotra, convicted of arms smuggling. In 1999, Deol starred in Dillagi, directed by and co-starring his brother Sunny Deol; the film is noted for being the first time Sunny Deol directed a film and the first time he acted alongside Bobby. This pairing was repeated in 23rd March 1931: Shaheed and Yamla Pagla Deewana. Dillagi features the two as the brothers Rajvir, fighting for the affection of Shalini. In 2000, Deol appeared in the action drama Badal alongside Rani Mukerji, under the director's helm of Raj Kanwar; the film is set in 1984 when riots were engulfing parts of Delhi. Deol plays the character of Badal, a boy who witnesses the massacre of his family and villagers by the corrupt Police Inspector Jai Singh Rana and grows up to be a dreaded terrorist, fuelled by the anger and hatred of the authorities who wrongly deprived him of his family and friends.
The film is inspired by The Devil's Own, starring Harrison Ford. Following this he starred alongside Karisma Kapoor in Hum To Mohabbat Karega, reunited with Rani Mukerji to star in Bichhoo, a blatant remake of Luc Besson's 1994 film Leon, starring Jean Reno and Natalie Portman. In Bichhoo, Deol plays Reno's role, Jeeva, a young man from a struggling middle-class family who has the misfortune of falling in love with the wealthy Kiran, her cruel, disapproving father in rage at their relationship, has Jeeva's mother and two sisters publicly arrested for prostitution, all three kill themselves. Jeeva becomes a professional killer and exacts vengeance against Kiran's father and his henchmen, he and his neighbour Kiran Bali soon witness the entire Bali family get murdered. Jeeva now decides to help Kiran seek revenge on the men; the film and Deol's performance was panned by the critics, with Sakanya Verna of Rediff.com citing the film as "one of the most painful of the year" and commenting, "Bobby Deol's performance is quite, robotic.
Rani Mukerji is an Indian film actress. One of the most popular and highest-paid Hindi film actresses in the 2000s, she has received several awards, including seven Filmfare Awards, her roles have been cited in the media as a significant departure from previous screen portrayals of Indian women. Although Mukerji was born into the Mukherjee-Samarth family, in which her parents and relatives were members of the Indian film industry, she did not aspire to pursue a career in film. However, while still a teenager she dabbled with acting by playing a supporting role in her father's Bengali language film Biyer Phool and accepted a leading role in the 1996 social drama Raja Ki Aayegi Baraat on the insistence of her mother, she began a full-time career in films and the 1998 action drama Ghulam was her first commercial success. She gained wider recognition for a supporting role in the romance Kuch Kuch Hota Hai; the year 2002 marked a turning point for Mukerji when she was cast by Yash Raj Films as the star of the drama Saathiya.
By 2004, Mukerji had established herself as a leading actress of Bollywood with roles in the romantic comedy Hum Tum and the dramas Yuva and Veer-Zaara. She achieved further success for portraying a deaf and mute woman in the acclaimed drama Black, a con woman in Bunty Aur Babli and an unhappily married woman in Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna. Mukerji collaborated with Yash Raj Films on several unsuccessful films which led critics to bemoan her choice of roles; the semi-biographical thriller No One Killed Jessica, in which she played a headstrong journalist, proved to be her first box office hit in four years. She followed it by starring in the successful thrillers Talaash: The Answer Lies Within and Mardaani, the comedy-drama Hichki; the latter emerged as her highest-grossing release. In addition to acting in films, Mukerji is involved with several humanitarian causes and is vocal about issues faced by women and children, she has participated in concert tours and stage shows, featured as a talent judge for the 2009 reality show Dance Premier League.
Reticent to discuss her personal life in public, Mukerji is married to filmmaker Aditya Chopra, with whom she has a daughter. Rani Mukerji was born in Mumbai on 21 March 1978, her father, Ram Mukherjee, is one of the founders of Filmalaya Studios. Her mother, Krishna Mukherjee, is a former playback singer, her elder brother, Raja Mukherjee, is director. Her maternal aunt, Debashree Roy, is a Bengali film actress and her paternal cousin, Kajol, is a Hindi film actress and her contemporary. Another paternal cousin, Ayan Mukerji, is a film director. Despite her parents and most of her relatives being members of the Indian film industry, Mukerji was uninterested in pursuing a career in film, she said, "There were too many actresses at home and I wanted to be someone different". Mukerji received her education at Maneckji Cooper High School in Juhu and graduated with a degree in Home Science from SNDT Women's University, she began learning the dance form while in the tenth grade. As part of an annual tradition, the Mukherjee family celebrates the festival of Durga Puja in the suburban neighbourhood of Santacruz every year.
Mukerji, a practising Hindu, takes part in the festivities with her entire family. In 1994, director Salim Khan approached Mukerji to play the lead female role in his directorial, Aa Gale Lag Jaa, her father disapproved of a full-time career in film at such a young age, so she rejected the offer. At the age of eighteen, Mukerji experimented with acting by portraying a supporting role in her father's Bengali language film Biyer Phool; the film narrates the story of two sisters. Soon after, Khan approached her with another film offer to play the protagonist of the social drama Raja Ki Aayegi Baraat, Mukerji accepted the role due to her mother's insistence that she continue to pursue acting on an experimental basis. Before she began work on the film, Mukerji trained at Roshan Taneja's acting institute. Mukerji portrayed a rape victim, forced to marry her rapist in Raja Ki Aayegi Baraat, which released in 1996. Although the film was a commercial failure, Mukerji's performance was praised, she won a special recognition trophy at the annual Screen Awards ceremony.
Following the film's poor showing at the box office, Mukerji returned to college to complete her education. However, inspired by her cousin Kajol's success in Bollywood, she decided to pursue a full-time career in films. In 1998, Mukerji starred opposite Aamir Khan in her first commercial success. Though her role in the film was small, the song "Aati Kya Khandala" earned her widespread recognition. Due to Mukerji's broken voice texture, Bhatt hired a dubbing artist with a much higher pitched voice to dub for her lines; when asked if the director's decision to not use her voice in the film affected her, she said that her voice was dubbed as it "did not suit the character". That year, Karan Johar cast Mukerji opposite Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol in his directorial debut Kuch Kuch Hota Hai; the role was written for Twinkle Khanna, but when she rejected it, Johar signed Mukerji on the insistence of Khan and Aditya Chopra. Johar had intended that a dubbing artist dub Mukerji's lines in the film, but she improved her diction and dubbed for her own lines.
She portrayed Tina Malhotra, a college student, in a relationship with Khan's character. Writing for India Today, film critic Nandita Chowdhury considered Mu
Soldier (1998 Indian film)
Soldier is a 1998 Indian action thriller film directed by Abbas-Mustan starring Raakhee, Legendary actor Bobby Deol and Preity Zinta. The film was released in 1998 and was declared as a'Super Hit' by Box Office India, becoming the 4th highest grossing film of the year in India. Although Soldier was Preity Zinta's first film, Mani Ratnam's Dil Se.. Ended up being released before Soldier and was thus Zinta's film debut, it was remade in Tamil as Villu by Prabhu Deva starring Vijay and Nayantara in lead roles in 2009. Major Vijay is shot to death by corrupted Army officials in India; the army officials Pratap Singh, Virender Sinha and Jaswant Dalal, intercept a truckload of arms and ammunition, with the help of Virender Sinha's brother, Baldev Sinha. The police find out that the one who shot major Vijay is DK, the ringleader of the smugglers. Twenty years the Mumbai Police gets a fax from the Australian Interpol branch, who are on the look-out for Jaswant Dalal, a wanted smuggler entering India. An operation to nab him alive is handed over to ACP Inspector Dinesh Kapoor, an old friend of the late major Vijay Malhotra.
Inspector Dinesh sends a copy of the fax to Major Vicky and tells him to catch and stop Jaswant but "prevent him from being nabbed by the police. Vicky helps Jaswant escape from the police at the docks, but when Jaswant tries to kill him to erase any witnesses, Vicky is forced to shoot him in the limbs and hand him over to Inspector Dinesh. Vicky escapes to Australia for his next secret mission, where he meets Preeti, Pratap Singh's daughter, woos her while getting into trouble with Jojo, her fiance, Baldev Sinha's son. Virender and Pratap are all high-profile criminals living secretly in Australia, once friends and partners in crime, but now they share a shaky relationship with one another. Vicky meets up with Pratap, who identifies him as Jaswant's killer, but Vicky explains his situation and somehow promises Pratabh that he would make him more powerful than he would imagine. In the meanwhile, Jojo becomes so jealous of Vicky's ability to steal his lover/fiancee that he destroys Vicky's apartment and to take revenge, Vicky storms into Jojo's father Baldev's household, kills many of his henchmen, makes him cough up the money for the damage Jojo did to his apartment.
Baldev reports this to his brother Virender, who orders Vicky killed ASAP. Hence and Jojo hire a sniper to kill Vicky, receiving his mother at the airport, they discover that his mother is none other than Shanti. Convinced that Vicky is Virender's son, the assassination attempt is called off. Vicky is welcomed into Virender's gang. After a few months of getting to know Vicky Virender takes Vicky to a place where he keeps Pratap, DK's secrets in files. Vicky seizes the moment and he shoots Virender dead and dumps him into the bay where a shark eats him, he plants Pratap's signature cigarette lighter at the crime scene to frame him as the murderer. Vicky goes through the stolen files and discovers who DK is; the police retrieve Pratabh's lighter from Virender's crime scene and hand it over to Vicky, who shows the planted evidence to his brother, Baldev Sinha to rally his henchmen and launch an attack on Pratap. The entire squad sent by Baldev is gunned down at a check post by Pratabh's men, save for Vicky, working with Pratap to get rid of Virender's gang.
Vicky reveals to Pratap that he is not Virender's son and that he had become Shanti's foster son since she had lost her own. He reveals that he was sent on a secret mission by DK to kill Jaswant and Pratap and that they should leave for India to kill DK, to make Pratabh the undisputed crime king, to which Pratap agrees and starts preparing for travel to India. Meanwhile, Preeti reveals it all to Shanti. Shanti calmly acknowledges that she knows Vicky is not her son and that she had assisted him to kill her husband, whose weapons had accidentally killed her own son, unbeknownst to him, she reveals that Vicky is late Raju. Raju's father was mercilessly stripped of all medals and his wife and son were ostracised by his community; the community prevented his body from being cremated and left it in a raging desert storm, where it is lost in the sands. Preeti, upon hearing this story, agrees to assist Raju/Vicky. Raju calls Inspector Dinesh and reveals his plan of bringing Pratap to India and his knowledge of DK's true identity.
Inspector Dinesh releases Jaswant, revealed to be alive and had been helping provide Raju the information to finish off Virender's gang. Raju arrives in India with Pratap and takes him to his village, where his mother sits desolately in a temple at the village outskirts, he reveals to Pratap that he is proceeds to beat him up. DK comes to rescue Pratap, he is revealed to be none other than Jaswant. Soon Jaswant/DK's men arrive and in the raging battle, Raju kills all the men with help from the police, Inspector Dinesh and holds up Pratap and DK, makes them confess the truth, leaves them for the vultures to feed upon, his name cleared, the late Major Vijay Malhotra is given an honourable military burial, his son Raju/Vicky and widowed wife, Preeti are happy that justice was served. The soundtrack was composed by Anu Malik and was hit amongst the audience, it was a key point in the success of the film. The songs "Tera Rang Bale Bale", "Soldier Soldier", "Hum to Dil Chahen", "Mere Dil Jigar Sei" and " Mer
Shah Rukh Khan
Shah Rukh Khan known by the initialism SRK, is an Indian actor, film producer, television personality. Referred to in the media as the "Badshah of Bollywood", "King of Bollywood" and "King Khan", he has appeared in more than 80 Bollywood films, earned numerous accolades, including 14 Filmfare Awards. For his contributions to film, the Government of India honoured him with the Padma Shri, the Government of France awarded him both the Ordre des Arts et des Lettres and the Légion d'honneur. Khan has a significant following in the Indian diaspora worldwide. In terms of audience size and income, he has been described as one of the most successful film stars in the world. Khan began his career with appearances in several television series in the late 1980s, he made his Bollywood debut in 1992 with Deewana. Early in his career, Khan was recognised for portraying villainous roles in the films Darr and Anjaam, he rose to prominence after starring in a series of romantic films, including Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge, Dil To Pagal Hai, Kuch Kuch Hota Hai and Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham....
Khan earned critical acclaim for his portrayal of an alcoholic in Devdas, a NASA scientist in Swades, a hockey coach in Chak De! India and a man with Asperger syndrome in My Name Is Khan, his highest-grossing films include the romantic comedy Chennai Express, the heist comedy Happy New Year, the action film Dilwale, the crime film Raees. Many of his films display themes of Indian national identity and connections with diaspora communities, or gender, racial and religious differences and grievances; as of 2015, Khan is co-chairman of the motion picture production company Red Chillies Entertainment and its subsidiaries, is the co-owner of the Indian Premier League cricket team Kolkata Knight Riders. He is a frequent television stage show performer; the media label him as "Brand SRK" because of his many endorsement and entrepreneurship ventures. Khan's philanthropic endeavours have provided health care and disaster relief, he was honoured with UNESCO's Pyramide con Marni award in 2011 for his support of children's education and the World Economic Forum's Crystal Award in 2018 for his leadership in championing women's and children's rights in India.
He features in listings of the most influential people in Indian culture, in 2008, Newsweek named him one of their fifty most powerful people in the world. Khan was born on 2 November 1965 into a Muslim family in New Delhi, he spent the first five years of his life in Mangalore, where his maternal grandfather, Ifthikar Ahmed, served as the chief engineer of the port in the 1960s. According to Khan, his paternal grandfather, Jan Muhammad, an ethnic Pashtun, was from Afghanistan. Khan's father, Meer Taj Mohammed Khan, was an Indian independence activist in Peshawar, British India; as of 2010, Khan's paternal family was still living in the Shah Wali Qataal area of Peshawar's Qissa Khawani Bazaar. Meer was a follower of Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan, affiliated with the All Indian National Congress, he moved to New Delhi in 1948 after the partition of India. Khan's mother, Lateef Fatima, was the daughter of a senior government engineer, his parents were married in 1959. Khan described himself on Twitter as "half Hyderabadi, half Pathan, some Kashmiri".
His paternal cousins in Peshawar claim that the family is of Hindkowan origin from Kashmir, not Pashtun, contradict the claim that his grandfather was from Afghanistan. Khan grew up in the Rajendra Nagar neighbourhood of Delhi, his father had several business ventures including a restaurant, the family lived a middle-class life in rented apartments. Khan attended St. Columba's School in central Delhi where he excelled in his studies and in sports such as hockey and football, received the school's highest award, the Sword of Honour. Khan aspired to pursue a career in sports, however owing to a shoulder injury in his early years meant that he could no longer play. Instead, in his youth, he acted in stage plays and received praise for his imitations of Bollywood actors, of which his favourites were Dilip Kumar, Amitabh Bachchan, Mumtaz. One of his childhood friends and acting partners was Amrita Singh. Khan enrolled at Hansraj College to earn his bachelor's degree in Economics, but spent much of his time at Delhi's Theatre Action Group, where he studied acting under the mentorship of theatre director Barry John.
After Hansraj, he began studying for a master's degree in Mass Communications at Jamia Millia Islamia, but left to pursue his acting career. He attended the National School of Drama in Delhi during his early career in Bollywood, his father died of cancer in 1981, his mother died in 1991 from complications of diabetes. After the death of their parents, his older sister, Shahnaz Lalarukh, born in 1960, fell into a depressed state and Khan took on the responsibility of caring for her. Shahnaz continues to live with his family in their Mumbai mansion. Although Khan was given the birth name Shahrukh Khan, he prefers his name to be written as Shah Rukh Khan, is referred to by the acronym SRK, he married Gauri Chibber, a Punjabi Hindu, in a traditional Hindu wedding ceremony on 25 October 1991, after a six-year courtship. They have a daughter Suhana. In 2013, they became parents of a third child, a son named AbRam, born through a surrogate mother. Both his elder children have expressed interest in entering the entertainment industry.
Ajnabee (2001 film)
Ajnabee is a 2001 Indian Hindi suspense thriller film directed by Abbas-Mustan and produced by Vijay Galani. It stars Bobby Deol, Akshay Kumar, Kareena Kapoor and debutant Bipasha Basu in the lead with Johnny Lever, Dalip Tahil, Narendra Bedi and Sharat Saxena in supporting roles; the film is an adaptation of the 1992 American thriller Consenting Adults, directed by Alan J. Pakula, it was the second film of Akshay Kumar and Abbas-Mustan after Khiladi and the second film of Bobby Deol and Abbas-Mustan after Soldier. Raj and Priya meet by fall in love after a whirlwind romance, they reside in Switzerland, where they meet another Indian couple: Vikram and Sonia. The couples become friends and decide to go on a Christmas vacation together to Mauritius. During their vacation, Raj sees Vikram with another woman and looking intimate. At the same time, Sonia begins to try to seduce Raj. Vikram notices Raj looking at Sonia and casually talks to him about wife swapping, this upsets Raj and an argument breaks out between the two men.
However, a couple of days they resolve their issues and become friends again. On Vikram's birthday, the two men celebrate by sharing bottles of alcohol. Once again, Vikrim brings up the topic of wife disturbed by the idea. After some time, Sonia is found dead, Raj is accused of her murder since his fingerprints are found on the murder weapon - an alcohol bottle. Determined to prove his innocence, Raj manages to escape from court, is chased by the Swiss police, he meets Priya, who believes his innocence and aids him in finding out what happened. He decides to search Vikram's house, only to be interrupted by Vikram, who calls the police and reveals that everything was planned in advance. Raj escapes in Vikram's car with Priya. Raj finds a boarding pass that belongs to Sonia Bajaj, which states that Sonia arrived in Zurich on 29 December — however, Sonia was murdered on that night. Raj suspects her to be the woman. In Geneva, Raj meets an insurance officer, trying to find evidence that Vikram was involved in the death of his wife, in order to receive her life insurance payment of $100 million.
Working with the insurance agent, Raj traces Vikram to a cruise ship. There, he sees Vikram dancing with a woman, revealed to be'Sonia', alive and well. Raj confronts Vikram, who explains the whole devious plan - the woman whom he kissed in Mauritus was his actual wife Sonia Bajaj, while the woman with him that Priya and Raj were introduced to in Switzerland is his girlfriend Neeta. Vikram, a struggling musician, married the wealthy and glamorous Sonia, convinced her to take out an insurance plan of $100 million on herself, he formulated a plan with Neeta to have Sonia killed so that they could collect the money. Vikram boasts about having pinned the murder on Raj. However, Raj shows him his empty bank account. Raj says that he had guessed the password, "Everything is planned", something that Vikram used to say a lot, used it to transfer the money back to the insurance company. Raj reveals that everything Vikram said had been recorded. A fight erupts between the two and Neeta dies in the conflict.
Angered at losing Neeta, Vikram gets aggressive, killing the insurance officer and kills Raj. He chases Priya to kill her too. Vikram dies. Now proved innocent and Priya move back to India. Akshay Kumar as Vikram Bajaj Bobby Deol as Raj Malhotra Kareena Kapoor as Priya Malhotra Bipasha Basu as Neeta Mink Brar as Sonia Bajaj Johnny Lever as Banu Pradhan Amita Nangia as Champa Devi Dalip Tahil as Priya's father Sharat Saxena as the insurance officer Sheela Sharma as Vina Chandra Devi Narendra Bedi as Lakhan Pal The soundtrack for Ajnabee is composed by Anu Malik and the lyrics are penned by Sameer, it is released by Tips Music. In 2011, ten years after the release of Ajnabee, Malik claimed that the song "Character Dheela" from the film Ready is an unauthorised copy of the song "Mohabbat Naam Hai" while informing the media that he will file a suit against composer, Pritam for plagiarism. According to the Indian trade website Box Office India, with around 22,00,000 units sold, this film's soundtrack album was the year's sixth highest-selling.
Actress Mahek Chahal was cast in the role of Neeta, given to Bipasha Basu. The climax of the film was shot in Muscat and Bahrain on the Indian-owned cruise liner Ocean Majesty. Ajnabee received mixed reviews from critics; the performance of Akshay Kumar was praised and he won the Filmfare Award for Best Villain. Bipasha Basu won the Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut; the film's Total Nett Gross was ₹17.04 crore and was declared as an "Super Hit" grosser by the Box Office India. Ajnabee on IMDb Ajnabee @ IndiaFM
Machine (2017 film)
Machine is a 2017 Indian Hindi romantic thriller film, directed by Abbas–Mustan. The film stars debutant Mustafa Kiara Advani; the film has been produced by Jayantilal Gada, Haresh Patel, Pranay Chokshi, Abbas Mustan Films Productions and Dhaval Jayantilal Gada. The movie released on 17 March 2017; the movie was extensively shot in Georgia.. Machine depicts the story of racing enthusiasts Sarah, the daughter of a rich businessman Balraj Thapar, Ransh, who meet each other due to circumstances. Sarah is beaten by Ransh at a car race event, Sarah finds out Ransh; as their bond becomes stronger, they fall in love. After the accidental death of Sarah's friend/secret lover Aditya, they get married. However, Ransh kills her for her money and property by throwing her off a cliff, she is saved by Aditya's twin brother Raj, a commando in the Indian Army. Sarah and Raj come to know the exact reason about her killing when they find out Ransh was doing all this on someone's orders and is duping another rich businessman's daughter.
They trace him and find that her own father had planned all these due to a convoluted reason. He is Ransh's biological father, they come to know. He kills Sarah's parents by planning it like an accident; when he was about to pull his gun to shoot her, Sarah shoots him and burns him alive with the money he looted. They both try take revenge from Ransh. Sarah tells that she is in love with him. Ransh does whatever is fitted into his mind, whatever instructed, he never realized her love for him and tried to murder her. After this, when Ransh understands, he comes forward, Raj sees the gun lying beside Ransh and throws a knife for safety of Sarah, Ransh realizes what he is, he realizes that he has his own heart. At the end, Ransh understands he is in love with Sarah, dies, committing his true love for her. Mustafa Burmawalla as Ransh Thapar Kiara Advani as Sarah Thapar Eshan Shanker as Aditya / Raj Ronit Roy as Balraj Thapar, Sarah's adopted father, Ransh's biological father Johnny Lever as Darpan Gopal Supriya Karnik as Stage Coordinator Dalip Tahil as Kris Altar Mayuresh Wadkar as Vicky Carla Dennis as Serina Altar Mridanjli Rawal as Ayesha The Times Of India criticized the plot and the lack of subtlety in the film.
The Indian Express gave the film 1.5/5 rating. The music for the film is composed by Tanishk Bagchi. Lyrics are penned by Niket Pandey, Mohammed Irfan and Jasmine Sandlas. Music rights have been acquired by T-Series; the song "Cheez Badi" is a remake of the song "Tu Cheez Badi Hai Mast Mast" from the 1994 film Mohra, itself a copy of the Qawwali song "Dam Mast Qalandar" by Pakistani singer Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan. Machine on IMDb
Shilpa Shetty known by her married name Shilpa Shetty Kundra, is an Indian actress, producer and writer. Known for her work in Hindi films, she has appeared in Kannada and Tamil language films. One of the most popular actresses of Indian cinema, Shetty is the recipient of numerous accolades, including four Filmfare Award nominations; as a teenager, Shetty did a few modelling assignments and appeared in several television commercials. She made her acting debut in the 1993 thriller Baazigar that earned her nominations for the Filmfare Awards for Best Supporting Actress and Lux New Face of the Year, she subsequently earned wide recognition with dual roles in the 1994 action comedy Main Khiladi Tu Anari. After this initial success in her career, Shetty's films fared poorly at the box office and Jaanwar proved to be her first commercial success in five years; the 2000 box office hit Dhadkan marked a turning point in her career, earning her praise and Best Actress nominations at several award ceremonies.
Shetty rose to prominence by featuring as the female lead in five of India's annually top-grossing productions— the 2001 crime drama Indian, the 2004 cop drama Garv, the 2005 spy thriller Dus, the 2005 Kannada film Auto Shankar and the 2007 family drama Apne—and received praise for her performances in the dramas Pardesi Babu and Life in a... Metro, her acclaimed portrayal of an AIDS patient in the 2004 drama Phir Milenge garnered her several accolades, including a nomination for the Filmfare Award for Best Actress. Shetty became a global figure after winning the 2007 British reality television series Celebrity Big Brother 5, with 63% of the final vote, following an international racism controversy. In addition to film acting, Shetty is a stage performer and has contributed as an author to two books: nutrition guides, she is a prominent celebrity endorser for various brands and products, is vocal about social issues, such as feminism and animal rights. She has featured as a celebrity host for the 2008 reality show Bigg Boss 2 and has served as a talent judge for the reality shows Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa, Nach Baliye and Super Dancer.
She was the co-owner of the Indian Premier League cricket team Rajasthan Royals and turned into a film producer with the 2014 action film Dishkiyaaoon. Shetty married businessman Raj Kundra in 2009, with whom she has a son. Shetty was born in Mangalore, Karnataka, her father Surendra and her mother, Sunanda are both manufacturers of tamper-proof water caps in the pharmaceutical industry. In Mumbai, Shetty attended St. Anthony Girls' High School in Chembur and attended Podar College in Matunga. A trained Bharatanatyam dancer, she was captain of the volleyball team at school. In 1991, after completing her tenth grade examinations, Shetty began her career as a model with a Limca television commercial, subsequently featured in several other commercials and advertisements, following which she began receiving offers for film roles. Shetty continued to pursue her career as a model. In September 1992, Shetty signed for and began working on her first film – the romantic drama Gaata Rahe Mera Dil – to be directed by Dilip Naik which tells the story of a girl involved in a love triangle between two men.
However, the film went unreleased, which meant that Shetty's debut release was her next film, Abbas-Mustan's thriller Baazigar, alongside Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol. Inspired by the Hollywood film A Kiss Before Dying, the film featured Shetty in the supporting role of Seema Chopra, a girl, murdered by her revenge-seeking boyfriend, played by Khan. Baazigar proved to be a major box office hit and finished up as the fourth-highest-grossing film of the year. Both the film as well as Shetty's performance received critical appreciation. In 1994, Shetty had three film releases, her first release that year was the action drama Aag. Co-starring Govinda and Sonali Bendre, the film saw Shetty portray Bijli, a village belle, a plainclothes policewoman assigned to arrest a murderer at any cost. Aag emerged as a moderate box office success and fetched a mixed to positive critical reception, as did Shetty's performance. Shetty next starred alongside Akshay Kumar, Saif Ali Khan and Shakti Kapoor in the action comedy Main Khiladi Tu Anari.
In the film, Shetty played the dual roles of her look-alike Basanti. The film which marked Shetty's first of many collaborations with Kumar proved to be a super-hit at the box office. Both the film as well as Shetty's performance received major critical acclaim, her third and final release that year was the romantic drama Aao Pyaar Karen opposite Saif Ali Khan. The film which narrates the love story of a wealthy man and his maid under-performed at the box office. In 1995, Shetty starred in Hathkadi, where she was working alongside actors such as Saif Ali Khan and Madhoo, but they failed at the box office, she made her Tamil film debut with the 1996 released Mr. Romeo alongside actors Prabhu Deva and Madhoo; the film was a sleeper musical hit at the box office. 1997 was one of her busiest years: she appeared in six different films, beginning with the Telugu language film Veedevadandi Babu. Her first major Bollywood film of that year was the action thriller Auzaar. Shilpa portrayed t