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Sridevi you would always remain in our hearts.


Roop ki Rani, Sridevi the Chandni of Bollywood and hearthrob of millions of bollywood fans passed way at the age of 54. Sridevi died reportedly due to cardiac arrest in Dubai, where she had gone along with her family to attend her nephew wedding. The legendary actress’s death shook the entire nation and gripped fans in grief.


She made her debut in Tamil films as a child artiste with “Thunaivan” in 1969. She had an illustrious career spanning over four decades having made her Bollywood debut in 1978 with Solva Sawan. She gained commercial recognition after Himmatwala which she starred opposite Jitendra.

Films like “Mawaali” (1983), “Tohfa” (1984), “Mr India” (1987) and “Chandni” (1989) “Sadma” (1983), “ChaalBaaz” (1989), “Lamhe” (1991), and “Gumrah” (1993) won our hearts.


No Bollywood actress could ever emulate what she has achieved till date. She would always remain alive in the hearts of a Bollywood fan.

A tribute to Sridevi from her true fan.

Live Life Bollywood Style

Bollywood or Indian Cinema is the world’s largest film industry. It is  one of the largest centers of film production in the world employing a number of people and quantum of films produced. India is home to regional industries making films in more than 20 languages


Bollywood- The Indian Cinema began over 100 years ago with Dhundiraj Govind Phalke’s Raja Harischandra a silent movie screened in Mumbai on 3 May, 1913. Thus began the journey of Indian cinema.


Bollywood movies are highly popular as they have unique display of emotions and sentiments. These emotion packed masala block-busters often motivate and inspire us in real life.

There are number of movies released whose scripts are inspired from real life incidents. Audience love & appreciate the artistic work in real life too.

In the film-loving country such as ours we always plan our weekends around the movies. A perfect getaway from the stress full mundane world is a trip to the cinema. Bollywood has a often offered a long list of films to offer for film lovers year after years.


Hilarious real life funny video on random situations on bollywood style. Do watch till the end and share with your friends and relative who are bollwood fans. A must watch video for all.



Movie Review- Tiger Zinda Hai

Tiger Zinda Hai  an Ali Abbas Zafar film is action packed film. The film has right essence of bollywood curry, humour, masala, bhaigiri, terrorism, the and a joint mission with of Agent Tiger of Indian RAW & Pakistan’s ISI agent Zoya and is all served with humour, masala and plenty of action.


We all saw Ek Tha Tiger, where the two agents fell in ove with each other and these two went hidding. Tiger vowed to come back only when these two nations wont require the secret services.

In the meanwhile in Iraq the Jihadist ISIS/ ISIL abducts some Indian and Pakistani nurses. And we see the return of our Tiger and Zoya Bhabhi from Austria.


Right from hisentry’ scene complete with the trademark Salman scarf and his fight with a pack of wolves, and single-handedly taking on an entire army of terrorists. Katrina Kaif, as Zoya, proved her prowess and gave thrilling and well choreographed action sequences.

The films gathers speed from scene1 and is well scripted till end. You are compelled and spell-bound in the entire 2 hour 41 minutes in theatre. The films plays an emotional Salman Bhaigiri and also aims to be a well-meaning Indo-Pak peace initiative bringing RAW and ISI together on a joint mission.

The film has right flavour of patriotism and can be touted as Salman’s Christmas Gift to his fans.

Our Indian patriotic hero married a Pakistani but still makes her cook Indian food , reading the story of Bhagat Singh to his young son and to top it regarding the tricolour above the Quran. Cheesy Salman lines would make you laugh throughout. The films has plenty scene where you forget your class and want to blow whistle like a front bencher. Swag Se karenge Sabka Swagat would make you dance.

The film directed by Ali Abbas Zafar is slick and fast paced. The use of locations in Greece, Morocco, Abu Dhabi, and Austria are appropriate. Lyric of Irshad Kamil and music by Vishal Shekhar as always is soothing. Action and special effect wont make you blink an eye-lid. The film has right combo and make you feel wanting for the third part. And you feel ticket price along with burger and popcorn worth the spend.