jab se tum aaye nazar mein

Awarapan Banjarapan

bhula deenge tum ko sanam dheere dheere

bahara bahara hua dil pehli bar re

hum ne tumko dil ye de diya

Ek Mulaqaat zarori hai sanam

shikwa nhi kisi se kisi se gila nhi

tujhe yaad na meri aayee

jo pyar krta hai pagal ban jata hai

sach keh rha hai deewana

yeh Dhuan Dhuan sa rehne do

Aye khuda gir gya mit gya

koi farayad tere dil mey dabbi ho jese

ishq pagal hai dard hai ishq ka


Full History of Madhuri Dixit

Madhuri Dixit:
(Born on 15 May 1967) is an Indian film actress who has appeared in Hindi films. Often cited by the media as one of the best actresses in Bollywood,Dixit made her film debut in Abodh (1984) and received wider public recognition with Tezaab (1988). She went on to establish herself as one of Hindi cinema's leading actresses, acknowledged for several of her performances, her beauty, and her accomplished dancing.
Some of her proceeding films include such box-office hits as Dil (1990), Saajan (1991), Beta (1992), Hum Aapke Hain Koun..! (1994) and Raja (1995). After a relatively low phase, she reinvented herself with the romance Dil To Pagal Hai (1997) and subsequently received critical acclaim for her work in films like Mrityudand (1997), Pukar (2000), Lajja (2001) and Devdas (2002). In 2002, she retired from films in order to raise her children and made a comeback with the musical Aaja Nachle in 2007.
Dixit has won five Filmfare Awards, four for Best Actress and one for Best Supporting Actress. She holds the record for the highest number of Best Actress nominations at Filmfare, with 13. In 2008, she was awarded the Padma Shri, India's fourth-highest civilian award by the Government of India.
She is married to Dr Shriram Madhav Nene, with whom she has two children

Early life:

Madhuri Dixit is a native of Mumbai, India. She was born Madhuri Shankar Dixit to Shankar and Snehlata Dixit, of a Marathi Brahmin family. Dixit attended Divine Child High School and Mumbai University and studied to be a microbiologist.She is a trained Kathak dancer and a great admirer of it.

In Dance:

Dixit is not only known for her acting skills,but for her dancing skills as well.Often referred to as the "Dhak Dhak Girl", she is famous for her dance in the song "Dhak Dhak Karne Laga" from the film Beta. She is also known for her dance sequences accompanying Bollywood songs such as "Ek Do Teen""Humko Aaj Kal Hai""Bada Dukh Deenha""Chane Ke Khet Mein""Didi Tera Devar Deewana""Choli Ke Peechhe""Akhiyan Milaun""Mera Piya Ghar Aaya""Kay Sera Sera" and "Maar Daala" Pandit Birju Maharaj, a Kathak dancer, who choreographed Dixit in the film Devdas calls her as "the best Bollywood dancer due to her versatility."

Television appearances:

In 2001 on the popular game show Kaun Banega Crorepati's first season, hosted by Amitabh Bachchan, she won 50,00,000 that she donated for people affected in natural calamities. She also made an appearance in Season 4's Grand Finale that aired in 2010.
In 2002, Madhuri Dixit hosted a TV show Kahina Kahi Koi Hai which was a match-making show that aired on Sony Entertainment.She also made appearances on Koffee with Karan in Season 2 & Season 3 that aired in 2007 & 2011. Her Season 2 appearance was a solo appearance and in Season 3 she shared the chat show with Sonakshi Sinha.
Dixit has been guest on Nach Baliye Season 1 and 3, a celebrity-couple dancing competition in 2005 & 2007.
In 2011, she appeared as a judge on the dance reality show Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 4 along with other co-judges Remo D'souza and Malaika Arora Khan.

Social work:

In 2001 on the popular game show Kaun Banega Crorepati's first season hosted by Amitabh Bachchan she won 50,00,000 that she donated for the welfare of Gujarat's earthquake victims. The show was aired on February 10 at 8 pm on Star Plus.Madhuri Dixit requested the producers of KBC to send part of her winnings to an orphanage in Pune.
In 2009 Madhuri Dixit performed for NDTV Toyota Greenathon - an environment campaign India's first ever nationwide campaign for save the environment and creating awareness about environmental issues.NDTV organised India's first 24 hours live telethon a fund raising event that brings in people to donate money to support TERI's initiative - Lighting a billion lives which aims at providing solar power to villages without electricity. Madhuri Dixit became a part of this great social cause and she performed on her hit numbers on this live show.
Madhuri Dixit is a brand ambassador and a patron for Emeralds for Elephants - a charity project for the conservation of Asian Elephants and other endangered species.This project has been designed to create awareness and raise vital funds for the protection of the critically endangered Asian Elephant.A collaborative project between the World Land Trust and the Wildlife Trust of India that is creating protected wildlife corridors connecting National Parks and protected areas to others.Speaking about the issue she said: "Elephants are one of my favourite animals and I love them.So what we need to do today is to see how we can preserve our animals.I feel very strongly about this"

Personal life:

On 17 October 1999, Madhuri Dixit married Shriram Madhav Nene, a UCLA-trained cardiovascular surgeon who practiced in Denver. Nene is also from a Marathi Brahmin family.They have two sons, Arin (born in March 2003) and Raayan (born in March 2005). After marriage, Dixit had relocated to Denver, US for almost a decade. In October 2011, Dixit again shifted her base back to Mumbai, India, along with her family.
Madhuri Dixit has been the muse for the famous Indian painter M.F. Husain. He was so fascinated by Madhuri Dixit in Hum Aapke Hain Koun..! that he watched the film 67 times, and in 2007 he booked an entire theatre to see her comeback movie Aaja Nachle.He made a series of paintings of her, and in 2000 made a film named Gaja Gamini starring her, which was intended as a tribute to Dixit herself.


Year Film Role Other notes
1984 Abodh Gauri
1985 Awara Baap Barkha
1986 Swati Anandi
1987 Mohre Maya
1987 Hifazat Janki
1987 Uttar Dakshin Chanda
1988 Khatron Ke Khiladi Kavita
1988 Dayavan Neela Velhu
1988 Tezaab Mohini Nominated—Filmfare Best Actress Award
1989 Vardi Jaya
1989 Ram Lakhan Radha
1989 Prem Pratigyaa Laxmi Nominated—Filmfare Best Actress Award
1989 Ilaaka Vidya
1989 Mujrim Sonia
1989 Tridev Divya Mathur
1989 Kanoon Apna Apna Bharathi
1989 Parinda Paro
1989 Paap Ka Ant

1990 Maha-Sangram Jhumri
1990 Kishen Kanhaiya Anju
1990 Izzatdaar Mohini
1990 Dil Madhu Mehra Filmfare Best Actress Award
1990 Deewana Mujh Sa Nahin Anita
1990 Jeevan Ek Sangharsh Madhu Sen
1990 Sailaab Dr. Sushma Malhotra
1990 Jamai Raja Rekha
1990 Thanedaar Chanda
1991 Pyar Ka Devta Devi
1991 Khilaaf Sweta
1991 100 Days Devi
1991 Pratikar Madhu
1991 Saajan Pooja Nominated—Filmfare Best Actress Award
1991 Prahaar Shirley
1992 Beta Saraswati Filmfare Best Actress Award
1992 Zindagi Ek Jua Juhi
1992 Prem Deewane Shivangi Mehra
1992 Khel Seema/Dr.Jadi Buti
1992 Sangeet Nirmala Devi & Sangeeta
1993 Dharavi Dreamgirl
1993 Sahibaan Sahibaan
1993 Khalnayak Ganga (Gangotri Devi) Nominated—Filmfare Best Actress Award
1993 Phool Guddi
1993 Dil Tera Aashiq Sonia Khanna/Savitri Devi
1993 Aasoo Bane Angaarey

1994 Anjaam Shivani Chopra Nominated—Filmfare Best Actress Award
1994 Hum Aapke Hain Koun..! Nisha Choudhury Filmfare Best Actress Award
1995 Raja Madhu Garewal Nominated—Filmfare Best Actress Award
1995 Yaraana Lalita/Shikha Nominated—Filmfare Best Actress Award
1995 Paappi Devataa Reshma
1996 Prem Granth Kajri
1996 Raj Kumar Rajkumari Vishaka
1997 Koyla Gauri
1997 Mahaanta Jenny Pinto
1997 Mrityudand Ketki
1997 Mohabbat Shweta Sharma
1997 Dil To Pagal Hai Pooja Filmfare Best Actress Award
1998 Bade Miyan Chhote Miyan Herself Special appearance
1998 Wajood Apoorva Choudhury
1999 Aarzoo Pooja
2000 Pukar Anjali Nominated—Filmfare Best Actress Award
2000 Gaja Gamini Gaja Gamini/Sangita/Shakuntala/Monika/Mona Lisa
2001 Yeh Raaste Hain Pyaar Ke Neha
2001 Lajja Janki Nominated—Filmfare Best Supporting Actress Award
2002 Hum Tumhare Hain Sanam Radha
2002 Devdas Chandramukhi Filmfare Best Supporting Actress Award
2007 Aaja Nachle Diya Nominated—Filmfare Best Actress Award

Dedh Ishqiya
Announced as a sequel to Ishqiya (2010)


Full History of Divya Dutta

Divya Dutta:
(Born 25 September 1977) is an Indian actress from Ludhiana, Punjab, India who appears in Hindi and Punjabi films.


She did her schooling from Sacred Heart Convent, Ludhiana. She was first recognized for her work in Shaheed-e-Mohabbat and went on to win more than 25 awards in the film industry, including the Zee Cine Award for Best Supporting Actress for her work in Veer Zaara and the IIFA Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in Delhi 6. She has been nominated for the Filmfare and Star Screen Award twice. She also won the Star Sabse Favorite Kaun Award for her role in Welcome to Sajjanpur.
Divya Dutta has acted in more than 60 roles in the Indian film industry, including at least two international films. She can be seen in numerous ads and is also popular in Punjabi cinema.


Year Film Role
1994 Ishq Mein Jeena Ishq Mein Marna
1995 Surakshaa
1996 Agni Sakshi
Chhote Sarkar
Ram Aur Shyam
1997 Raja Ki Ayegi Baraat
1998 Gharwali Baharwali
Iski Topi Uske Sarr
Bade Miyan Chote Miyan
Train to Pakistan
1999 Shaheed-E-Mohabbat
2000 Basanti Malaki
2001 Kasoor Priti Saxena
2002 Maya Namara
Inth Ka Jawab Patthar
23rd March 1931: Shaheed
Sur: The Melody of Life
Shakthi: The Power
Zindagi Khoobsoorat Hai
2003 Pran Jaaye Par Shaan Na Jaaye
Joggers' Park
LOC: Kargil
2004 Shobhayatra
Agni Pankh
Shaadi Ka Laddoo
Des Hoyaa Pardes
2005 Twinkle Twinkle Little Star
Dil Ke Pechey Pechey
Naam Gum Jaayega
Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose: The Forgotten Hero
Mr Ya Miss
Dubai Return
2006 Darwaza Bandh Rakho
Waris Shah: Ishq Daa Waaris
Umrao Jaan
2007 Apne
The Last Lear
Aaja Nachle
2008 U Me Aur Hum
Kahaani Gudiya Ki...: True Story of a Woman
Summer 2007
Welcome to Sajjanpur
2008 Oh, My God
2009 Delhi-6
Mini Punjab
Morning Walk
Love Khichdi
2010 Sukhmani
Malik Ek
Heart Land
2011 The Lion of Punjab
Stanley Ka Dabba
Ek Tha Tiger


Full History of Esha Deol

Esha Deol:
(Born 2 November 1981) is an Indian actress who appears in Bollywood films. She made her acting debut in Koi Mere Dil Se Poochhe that won her a Filmfare Best Female Debut Award (2002). She later appeared in several commercially successful films such as Dhoom (2004) Dus (2005) and No Entry (2005) - her biggest commercial success till date.she is very beatiful and charming.

Personal life:

Esha was born in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, and given the full name of Esha Dharmendra Deol. The name 'Esha' comes from the Upanishads and is derived from the Sanskrit language meaning "the divine beloved". She is the elder daughter of Bollywood actors Dharmendra and Hema Malini. She has a younger sister named Ahana. She is the half-sister of actors Sunny Deol and Bobby Deol. She is the first cousin of actor Abhay Deol.
She is part Punjabi and part Tamil and speaks Tamil with her mother and sister. Esha Deol got engaged to boyfriend Bharat Takhtani,a businessman on 12th February, 2012. She has the Gayatri Mantra and a symbol of the yoga asana Scorpio in a sunburst tattooed on her back and a scorpion with a small red heart on her left breast. She is passionate about football and plays the midfielder position. She was captain of her school football team, represented her college in handball at the state level and was selected for the Indian national woman's football team.


Deol attended Mithibai College in Mumbai where she planned to be become a fashion designer. Deol trained in the Odissi dancing style under Mumbai guru Rabindra Atibuddhi. She was trained by and performs classical Bharatanatyam dance with her mother.


Deol's film career began with Koi Mere Dil Se Pooche for which she won three awards. She released several unsuccessful films in 2003. In 2004 she played a French teacher in Aayutha Ezhuthu. She went on to repeat the role in the Hindi remake Yuva.This led to a breakthrough on her career as in that same year, she appeared in the multistarrer Dhoom. She had success in Dus and No Entry
Deol's portrayal of a notorious and vengeful ghost in Ram Gopal Verma's Darling (2007) was reviewed positively. Taran Adarsh from indiaFM noted that, "Esha Deol is excellent in a role that’s nothing short of a challenge. It would’ve boomeranged had it been entrusted to any inferior actor, but Esha is in terrific form here. This should be the turning point in her career."
She is set to star in her mother's next directorial venture with Rekha and Abhishek Bachchan and also a film in which she is cast with her mother.
Deol's next film was called Tell Me O Kkhuda. She portrayed the lead role in the film opposite Rishi Kapoor. She will also appear in Shivam Nair's Ghost Ghost Na Raha with Rahul Bose and Ayaz Khan.
Deol has replaced Jacqueline Fernandez in the the forthcoming film Raaz 3. Reportedly she had some issues with the outfits she had to wear to look sexy in the film.It is being said that Director Sajid Khan advised her not to wear revealing clothes and do steamy scenes like a B Grade actress if she want to become an A Grade actress in Bollywood. Jacqueline Fernandez has confirmed that she is no more the part of Raaz 3D.


Year Film Role Notes
2002 Koi Mere Dil Se Poochhe Eisha Singh Filmfare Best Debut Award
2002 Na Tum Jaano Na Hum Esha Malhotra
2002 Kyaa Dil Ne Kahaa Esha
2003 Kucch To Hai Tanya
2003 Chura Liyaa Hai Tumne Tina Khanna
2003 LOC Kargil Dimple
2004 Aayutha Ezhuthu Geetha
2004 Yuva Radhika
2004 Dhoom Sheena
2005 Insan Heena
2005 Kaal Riya Thapar
2005 Main Aisa Hi Hoon Maya Trivedi
2005 Dus Neha
2005 No Entry Pooja
2005 Shaadi No. 1 Diya
2006 Pyare Mohan Preeti
2006 Ankahee Kavya Krishna Nominated—Filmfare Best Villain Award
2007 Just Married Ritika Khanna
2007 Darling Geeta Menon
2007 Cash Pooja
2008 Sunday Item Number
2008 Money Hai Toh Honey Hai Item Number
2008 One Two Three Jiya
2008 Hijack Saira
2011 Tell Me O Kkhuda Tanya
2011 Chai Garam Sanjanna
2012 Raaz 3D Sanjana Misha Filming
2012 Ghost Ghost Na Raha Sanjana Filming
2012 Kaanch - The Broken Glass Lead Role Post-Production
2013 Yash Chopra's  Untitled Next

Full History of Diya Mirza

Dia Mirza:
(Born on December 9, 1981) Dia Mirza Handrich nicknamed Dee is a Indian model and actress who appears in Bollywood films. The actress along with her boyfriend Sahil Sangha and good friend Zayed Khan has started her own production house, Born Free Entertainment, their first film Love Breakups Zindagi made under the banner was released on 7 October 2011.

Personal life and education:

Dia Mirza was born in Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh. Her father, Frank Handrich, was a German graphic and industrial fair designer, architect, artist and interior designer from Munich and her mother, Deepa is a Bengali Hindu who is an interior designer, landscaper and currently does social work as a volunteer to help alcoholics and addicts. They separated when she was six years old. Her father died when she was nine and her mother remarried Ahmed Mirza, who died in 2004. She adopted her stepfather's surname Mirza and has recently adopted the last name of her birth-father and became Dia Mirza Handrich. She is a Hindu.
When living in Khairatabad, Hyderabad district, she attended Vidyaranya High School for Boys And Girls, a school based on the teachings of Jiddu Krishnamurti, and later Nasr School, in Khairtabad. She attended Stanley Junior College and completed her graduation in Bachelors of Arts from Andhra Pradesh Open University, Hyderabad.


Diya Mirza started working at the age of 16 years while continuing her college education. She worked as a marketing executive in a multi-media firm called Dr. Neeraj’s Multi media studio. She simultaneously modelled for the print and television advertisement campaigns of various brands such as Walls, Lipton, Emami etc.Mirza wanted to complete her graduation in Arts by correspondence, but decided to postpone it as it was becoming difficult to juggle between the Miss Asia Pacific competition, modeling assignments, travelling and training.

Miss Asia Pacific:

Diya Mirza was a second runner up at Femina Miss India, 2000 and was subsequently sent to Miss Asia Pacific, where she won. When she won the Miss Asia Pacific title on 3 December 2000 in Manila, Philippines, she became the first Indian contestant to win this title in 29 years.She completed the hat-trick of India winning international pageants in the year 2000; Lara Dutta won the Miss Universe title and Priyanka Chopra won the Miss World title in the same year.

Film career:

Diya Mirza made her cinematic debut with Rehnaa Hai Terre Dil Mein opposite R. Madhavan. Although the film was not a box office success, she appeared in Parineeta, a Vidhu Vinod Chopra production. She also starred in the music video, Kajara Mohabbat Wala alongside Sonu Nigam from his album Kajara Nite. The album contained multiple remixes, but was mainly advertised with the title song, sung by Sonu Nigam and Alisha Chinai.
She also appeared in the films Dus and Fight Club. She was the only female actor among the six key characters in the film, Acid Factory in which she played a femme fatale who is also a gangster.

Community Services:

Diya Mirza has been involved with Cancer Patients Aid Association, Spastics Society of India, and has worked extensively with government of Andhra Pradesh to spread HIV awareness, prevention of female foeticide, PETA, CRY and most recently the NDTV Greenathon – an effort to find tangible solutions against pollution and book, "Deke Dheko" by Radio Mirchi (a campaign initiated to collect books for underprivileged children). Her other hobbies include writing, reading, painting, pottery, horse riding and theater. She has written several articles for The Hindustan Times and various other publications as a guest writer. She is on the board of the Coca Cola foundation that works towards development in rural India.She recently adopted 2 cheetah cubs at the Prince of Wales zoological park in Lucknow.


Diya Mirza and fellow-actor Aamir Khan publicly expressed support for the Narmada Bachao Andolan, a group protesting the building of a dam. This aroused the ire of political activists from the Bharatiya Janata Party, who led a protest march against the actress.Pakistani and Indian news media spread that Shoaib Akhtar was going to marry Bollywood actress Diya Mirza, which she denied.


Year Film Role Notes
2001 Rehna Hai Tere Dil Mein Reena Malhotra
Deewaanapan Kiran Choudhary
2002 Tumko Na Bhool Paayenge Muskaan
2003 Tehzeeb Nazneen Jamal
Pran Jaye Par Shaan Na Jaye Saundarya
Dum Kaveri
2004 Stop! Shama
Tumsa Nahin Dekha Jia Khan
Kyun...! Ho Gaya Na Preeti Special appearance
2005 Naam Gum Jaayega Natasha/Gitanjali
My Brother… Nikhil
Special appearance
Blackmail (2005 film) Mrs. Rathod

Dus Anu Dheer
Koi Mera Dil Mein Hain Simran
2006 Fight Club - Members Only Anu Chopra
Phir Hera Pheri
Item number (song)
Alag Purva Rana
Lage Raho Munna Bhai Simran
Prateeksha Reena Brown TV release
2007 Honeymoon Travels Shilpa
Shootout at Lokhandwala Mita Matu
Cash Aditi
Heyy Babyy Herself Special appearance in a song
Om Shanti Om Herself Special appearance
Dus Kahaniyaan Sia
2008 Krazzy 4 Shikha
Kaho Naa Yaar Hai Herself A reality based game show TV, Appeared with her best friends
Syed Kafait Ali and Amna humdani along with Sajid Khan and
his friends as competitors on 1 March 2008 aired on Star Plus.
2009 Kissan Priya
Jai Veeru Anna
Acid Factory Max
Fruit and Nut Monica Gokhale
Kurbaan Rehana (WIACB reporter) Special Appearance
Luck By Chance Herself Special Appearance
2010 Hum Tum Aur Ghost Gehna

2011 Love Breakups Zindagi Naina
Johnny Mastana

Full History of Bipasha Basu

Bipasha Basu:
  (Born 7 January 1979) is an Indian actress who appears in Hindi language films. She has also worked in Telugu, Bengali and Tamil language films. She is a former model who had a successful modeling career before venturing into films.
She debuted in a negative role in Ajnabee (2001) which earned her the Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut. Her first commercial success was Raaz (2002). She was then noticed for her bold role in the erotic thriller film, Jism (2003).She starred in top grossing films like 2005's biggest hit  No Entry, Phir Hera Pheri (2006), Dhoom 2 (2006) – her biggest commercial success till date and Race (2008). Her performances in Apharan (2005), Corporate (2006), Bachna Ae Haseeno (2008) and Lamhaa (2010) won her multiple nominations for several awards. She is frequented in the media as a "sex symbol"
She has been nominated for the Filmfare Award for Best Actress and the Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress twice each along with one nomination for the Filmfare Award for Best Performance in a Negative Role. Roles apart, she is also renowned for her item songs like "Phoonk De" in No Smoking (2007), and "Beedi" and "Namak Ishq Ka" in Omkara (2006).Basu is slated to make her international film debut with the 2012 Australian film Singularity.

Early life and modeling career:

Basu was born in Delhi to a Bengali Hindu family. She is the second of three sisters, the elder one being Bidisha and the younger one, Bijayeta. She lived in Delhi till the age of eight in Pampoosh Enclave, Nehru Place and studied at Apeejay High School.Her family then moved to Kolkata where she studied science till 12th standard at Bhavan's Gangabux Kanoria Vidyamandir. Basu, who describes herself as a tomboy, was pampered as a kid and was very naughty. She was fondly called 'Lady Don' in her school as everyone was scared of her and she was short and round.
Basu moved to the commerce stream after 10th standard, studying at Bhawanipur Education Society College in preparation for the 12th standard board exams. At this time, she began doing ramp shows and modeling part-time.In 1996, she won both the Godrej Cinthol Supermodel Contest and the Ford Models Supermodel of the World contest.Basu was flown to New York by the Ford Company and began her successful modelling career at the age of 17. She then appeared in the Calida commercial along with her then-boyfriend Dino Morea which was controversial for picturising them sultrily. She had some protesters outside her house after that.She has appeared on over 40 magazine covers.

Acting career:

Debut and Breakthrough:

One of the judges of the Godrej Cinthol Supermodel Contest in which Basu participated, Vinod Khanna, wanted to launch her alongside his son Akshaye Khanna in Himalay Putra, but she felt she was too young and declined the role which eventually went to Anjala Zaveri. After returning home, she was convinced by another judge, Jaya Bachchan, to play the role of a village belle opposite her son Abhishek Bachchan in J. P. Dutta’s Aakhari Mughal. However the film was cancelled, and Dutta instead changed the script and made Refuge with Kareena Kapoor.Basu was also offered a role in Refugee opposite Sunil Shetty, which she declined.
In 2001, Basu finally made her debut opposite Akshay Kumar in Vijay Galani’s Ajnabee. The film, directed by Abbas-Mustan, was inspired by the American film Consenting Adults.It was a moderate box-office success and attracted unfavorable reviews from critics.However, Basu’s performance in a negative role was appreciated by critics and won her the Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut. In 2002, Basu starred in the year’s most successful thriller, Raaz.Directed by Vikram Bhatt, the film established Basu in the Hindi film industry. Her portrayal of a woman who is pursued by a spirit received positive reviews. One review in The Tribune noted, " is Bipasha Basu who steals the show with her fine performance."[19] She was nominated for the Filmfare Award for Best Actress for Raaz.She then appeared in supporting roles in Sanjay Gadhvi’s Mere Yaar Ki Shaadi Hai and David Dhawan’s Chor Machaaye Shor, both of which failed critically and commercially. She also appeared in a supporting role opposite Mahesh Babu and Lisa Ray in the Telugu film, Takkari Donga as a mischievous thief, Panasa. Gunaah, which released later that year, was also a box-office failure.She played the role of a cop who loves a convict and tries to reform him.Derek Elley of Variety observed that Basu was a miscast as the "idealistic cop"

Success and struggle phase:

In 2003, Basu starred in Pooja Bhatt’s thriller, Jism, which was well received by critics and fared well at the box office.She essayed the role of seductive, ambitious wife of a millionaire who indulges in an extra-marital affair with an alcoholic lawyer and plots to kill her husband. The film ranked 92 in the top 100 sexiest movie scenes poll conducted by Channel 4.Film critic Taran Adarsh of Bollywood Hungama commented, "...the real show stealer is Bipasha Basu ; her sexy look and seductive deep voice, in contrast with her cold and calculating personality, makes her the most impressive femme fatale since Zeenat Aman and Parveen Babi."She received a Filmfare Best Villain Award nomination for Jism. Her next release, Zameen, failed to make impact among audience.
Basu had four releases in 2004, all of which performed moderately and drew mixed reviews. She collaborated for the second time with Vikram Bhatt in her first release Aetbaar. She played the role of a young girl who falls in love with a psychopath.Her next film was Mani Shankar’s Rudraksh which was based on the Indian epic Ramayana. The film was a disaster at the box-office and was panned by the critics.She then starred in Rakht as a tarot card reader trying to solve a murder mystery. Critic Shruti Bhasin of Planetbollywood wrote, "Bipasha Basu impresses in a different look and role."Her final release that year was Anil Sharma’s Madhoshi opposite John Abraham.Her performance of a mentally unstable girl was generally well received.
In 2005, she appeared in the love triangle Barsaat alongside Bobby Deol and Priyanka Chopra. Taran Adarsh commented, "...As an actor, she [Bipasha Basu] does show sparks only towards the end."She also starred in the Tamil film, Sachein which was a hit and then in Prakash Jha’s Apaharan, which won the National Film Award for Best Screenplay.In this period, she refused to act in art-films due to salary problems.Besides acting, Basu did the video "Tu" for Sonu Nigam's album, Kismat.
After a slow start, Basu established herself as a successful actress with the success of No Entry, Corporate and Dhoom 2.No Entry grossed 71 crore at the box-office and was the highest grossing film of 2005.Basu essayed the role of a bargirl who acts as wife of two men. She earned Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress nomination for the film. 2006 was equally successful for her with her four major releases, Phir Hera Pheri, Corporate, Omkara and Dhoom 2, performing well critically and commercially.Phir Hera Pheri became the ninth highest grossing film of the year.She was featured in a bit but significant role of a con woman who steals a sum of 10 million from the protagonists. In Madhur Bhandarkar’s Corporate, she gave up her glamorous look for the role of a businesswoman who has no qualms in taking advantage of her sexuality to con the CEO of a rival company. She won accolades from critics for her performance. Critic Aparna wrote, "[...] she has done a fabulous job as an ambitious woman. The kind of shrewdness in a woman that she essays has never been seen before in India films."She was nominated for the second time for Filmfare Best Actress Award.
In Vishal Bharadwaj’s adaptation of Othello, Omkara, Basu essayed the role of Bianca. She caught the attention of public with her dance number Beedi which was highly popular in India and overseas.Basu became the talk of the town for donning a bikini in Aditya Chopra’s Dhoom 2. She reportedly ate only oranges for three days and trained hard to shoot the scene.Nikhat Kazmi of The Times of India commented, "Aah Bipasha! Looks great, brings back the bikini to Bollywood, and gently slips into the shadows as a pretty accessory."  
In 2007, Ronnie Screwvala’s Dhan Dhana Dhan Goal performed below average at the box-office. The song picturised on John Abraham and Basu, "Billo Rani", became quite popular and earned her the nickname "Billo Rani", though equal credit must be given to Omkara in which her name was Billo Chanambahar.In 2008, she teamed up once again with Abbas-Mustan for Race. She played the role of Sonia who is stuck in a love-triangle between two brothers (played by Saif Ali Khan and Akshaye Khanna) and through the course, she murders one of them. The film grossed 68 crores at the box office and was the fourth-biggest hit that year in India and performed good enough overseas as well.Her performance was appreciated by critics with Taran Adarsh citing it as "her best work so far. She’s superb".Basu’s work in Siddharth Anand’s Bachna Ae Haseeno as a successful supermodel who finds it hard to forgive her ex-lover for betraying her earned her a second nomination for Filmfare Best Supporting Actress Award. She completed 2008 by appearing during the song "Phir Milenge Chalte Chalte" in Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi.
Her first release in 2009, Aa Dekhen Zara failed to do well at the box-office.Rohit Shetty’s All The Best: Fun Begins performed well and her comic role was appreciated by fans.Later that year, Basu surprised everybody with Rituparno Ghosh’s Bengali film, Shob Charitro Kalponik. "I love saris and I'm wearing a lot of them in Ritu's film," she said.She gave up her glamorous look and was praised by critics for her performance. Critic Subhash K Jha spoke high of her. He said, "...Bipasha [Basu] pulls out all stops to deliver her career’s best performance. Her moments of anguish before and after her screen-husband’s death are expressed in tones of cathartic conviction that we never knew existed within Bipasha." He also compared her with the multiple award winning actress, Shabana Azmi, commenting that Basu’s anguished portrayal of bereavement can be equaled by Azmi only.


Year Film Role Notes
2001 Ajnabee Sonia/Neeta Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut
2002 Takkari Donga Panasa Telugu film
2002 Raaz Sanjana Dhanraj Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actress
2002 Aankhen Raina
2002 Mere Yaar Ki Shaadi Hai Ria
2002 Chor Machaaye Shor Ranjita
2002 Gunaah Prabha Narayan
2003 Tujhe Meri Kasam Herself Special appearance
2003 Jism Sonia Khanna Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Performance in a Negative Role
2003 Footpath Sanjana Rai Shingla Khan
2003 Rules: Pyaar Ka Superhit Formula
Special appearance
2003 Zameen Nandini
2004 Ishq Hai Tumse Kushboo
2004 Aetbaar Ria Malhotra
2004 Rudraksh Gayetri
2004 Rakht Drishti
2004 Madhoshi Anupama Kaul
2005 Chehraa Megha
2005 Sachein Manju Tamil film
2005 Viruddh... Family Comes First
Special appearance
2005 Barsaat Anna
2005 No Entry Bobby Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress
2005 Apaharan Megha
2005 Shikhar Natasha
2006 Hum Ko Deewana Kar Gaye Sonia Berry
2006 Darna Zaroori Hai Varsha
2006 Phir Hera Pheri Anuradha
2006 Alag
Special appearance in song "Sabse Alag"
2006 Corporate Nishigandha Dasgupta Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actress
2006 Omkara Billo Chamanbahar
2006 Jaane Hoga Kya Aditi
2006 Dhoom 2 ACP Shonali Bose/
Monali Bose

2007 Nehlle Pe Dehlla Pooja
2007 No Smoking
Special appearance in song "Phoonk De"
2007 Om Shanti Om Herself Special appearance
2007 Dhan Dhana Dhan Goal Rumana
2008 Race Sonia
2008 Bachna Ae Haseeno Radhika/Shreya Rathod Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress
2008 Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi
Special appearance in song "Phir Milenge Chalte Chalte"
2009 Aa Dekhen Zara Simi Chatterjee
2009 All The Best: Fun Begins Jhanvi Chopra
2009 Shob Charitro Kalponik Radhika Bengali film
2010 Pankh Nandini (Alter-ego)
2010 Lamhaa Aziza
2010 Aakrosh Geeta
2011 Dum Maro Dum Zoey
2012 Players Riya
2012 Jodi Breakers Sonali Agnihotri
2012 Singularity Tulaja Naik English film (Releasing in May 2012)
2012 Kyaa Super Kool Hain Hum
Filming (Releasing on August 3, 2012)
2012 Raaz 3D Shanaya Filming (Releasing on August 31, 2012)
2012 Race 2 Sonia Guest appearance (Releasing on November 30, 2012)

Full History of Ayesha Takia

Ayesha Takia:
Born Ayesha Takia on 10 April (1986) is an Indian actress who mainly appears in Bollywood films. Her film career started with Taarzan: The Wonder Car for which she won the Filmfare Best Debut Award (2004). She was highly acclaimed for her performance as a young widow in Dor (2006). She received commercial success with Wanted (2009).

Early life:

Ayesha was born in Chembur Mumbai, Maharashtra to a Gujarati father, Nishit and a muslim mother, Farida. She attended St. Anthony's High School in Chembur. She has a younger sister named Natasha takia.


Ayesha started her career with Shahid Kapoor in the "I am a Complan Girl!" advertising campaign and she also appeared in a music video, Falguni Pathak's Meri Chunarii Udd Udd Jaye, when she was fifteen. She then appeared in the video, Shake It Daddy when she was sixteen, which brought her to the attention of the film industry, and a few film offers followed. She signed a contract for Socha Na Tha. However, there were delays in making Socha Na Tha so the film Taarzan released first and was therefore her "debut" film. She won the Filmfare Best Debut Award in 2004 for her performance in Taarzan: The Wonder Car. She earned critical acclaim for her performance in Nagesh Kukunoor's Dor.
In 2009, Wanted costarring Salman Khan emerged as one of the biggest commercial success of her career. The film was third highest grossing movie of the year.Her role met with positive reviews. She then starred in Paathshaala along with actor shahid kapoor. As of 2011 she starred in Mod which met with good response.

Personal life:

On 1 March 2009, Ayesha married Farhan Azmi, a restaurateur and the son of politician Abu Asim Azmi, a Samajwadi Party leader. The couple had originally planned to marry in December 2008.


Year Award Category Film Result
2005 Filmfare Awards Best Female Debut Taarzan: The Wonder Car Won
2005 IIFA Awards Star Debut Female Taarzan: The Wonder Car Won
2005 Sabsey Favourite Favourite Nayi Heroine Taarzan: The Wonder Car Won
2007 Screen Awards Best Actress Critics Dor Won
2007 Zee Cine Awards Best Actress Critics Dor Won
2007 Stardust Awards Best Supporting Actress Dor Won
2007 Association Awards Best Actress Dor Won


Year Film Role Notes
2004 Taarzan: The Wonder Car Priya Rakesh Kapoor Winner, Filmfare Best Female Debut Award
2004 Dil Maange More Shagun
2004 Socha Na Tha Aditi Malhotra
2005 Shaadi No. 1 Bhavna
2005 Super Siri Valli Telugu Film
Nominated—Filmfare Best Telugu Actress
2005 Home Delivery Jenny
2006 Shaadi Se Pehle Rani Bhalla
2006 Yun Hota Toh Kya Hota Khushboo
2006 Dor Meera
2007 Salaam-E-Ishq Gia Bakshi
2007 Kya Love Story Hai Kajal Mehra
2007 Fool and Final Tina
2007 Cash Preeti / Riya
2007 Blood Brothers Keya
2007 No Smoking Anjali / Annie
2008 Sunday Sehar Thapar
2008 De Taali Amrita "Amu"
2009 8 X 10 Tasveer Sheela Patel
2009 Wanted Jhanvi
2010 Paathshala Anjali Mathur
2011 Mod Aranya Mahadeo
2011 Aap Ke Liye Hum Tamanna
2012 Mad Dad

Full History of Lara Dutta

Lara Dutta:
 Born 16 April (1978) is an Indian Bollywood actress and former Miss Universe (2000).
She made her Hindi debut in 2003 with the film Andaaz which was a box office success and won her a Filmfare Best Female Debut Award. Her box office hit successes include a series of comedies Masti (2004), No Entry (2005), Bhagam Bhag (2006), Partner (2007) and Housefull (2010). Her recent film Don 2 is a Blockbuster (2011).

Early life:

Dutta was born in Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh to an Indian father and an Anglo-Indian mother.Her father is Wing Commander L.K. Dutta (retired) and her mother is Jennifer Dutta. She also has two elder sisters, one of whom serves in the Indian Air Force and a well known younger sister. Composer and DJ Nitin Sawhney is Dutta's cousin.The Dutta family moved to Bangalore in 1981 where she completed high school from St.Francis Xavier Girls' High School and the Frank Anthony Public School. Dutta graduated in economics with a minor in communications from the University of Mumbai.

Acting career:

Dutta signed up for the Tamil film, Arasatchi in 2002, but due to financial problems, it was only released in mid-2004. She made her Hindi debut in 2003 with the film Andaaz which was a box office success and won her a Filmfare Best Female Debut Award. She then appeared in a number of films, some of which failed at the box office and some of which were moderately successful. Her box office "hits" include Masti (2004), No Entry (2005), Bhagam Bhag (2006), Partner (2007), Housefull (2010) and Don 2: The King Is Back (2011).
In 2006, she starred in the comedy, Bhagam Bhag which did well at the box office.
In 2005, Sania Mirza and Dutta both participated in Kaun Banega Crorepati (season 2) on 13 November 2005.Dutta's first release of 2007 was Shaad Ali's Jhoom Barabar Jhoom. The film was a box office failure in India but did better overseas, especially in the U.K.She received mixed reviews for her performance in the film. Her later release, Partner opened to a good response and became a hit.
Her 2009 release, Blue, was one of the most expensive movies of Indian cinema. Dutta had initially walked away from the project because the movie was entirely shot in the ocean and she did not know how to swim. However the male protagonist Akshay Kumar encouraged her in learning how to swim and she immediately started training with a special coach. Blue was released on 16 October 2009.She stated that "The moment I got to know of it, I called Akshay and told him that I wouldn't be able to accept the assignment. He knew the reason behind my decision. Not many people are aware that I had almost drowned while shooting for Andaaz, Akshay had rescued me. When I reminded him I couldn't swim, he told me to forget my phobia and learn swimming pronto," said Dutta. "Today, I feel Blue has not merely made me overcome my phobias, but has also taught me something that will stay with me for the rest of my life".
Her 2010 release Housefull was a Super hit across India. The movie starred Akshay Kumar, Deepika Padukone and Riteish Deshmukh. It was the 5th biggest hit in the country with Rs 955 Millions of gross revenue .She played the role of Hetal Petal, one of the main characters in the movie.
In 2011, her first movie as a producer, Chalo Dilli, was released.

Personal life:

Dutta dated New York Yankees player Derek Jeter when she lived in New York City. There she was spotted at a baseball game in Yankees Stadium and a news items was carried on ESPN.
In September 2010, she got engaged to Indian tennis player, Mahesh Bhupathi.They married on February 16, 2011 in a civil ceremony in Bandra,and later followed it by a Christian ceremony on 20 February 2011 at Sunset Point in Goa.
On 1 August 2011, Dutta confirmed that she is pregnant with their first child.On 20 January 2012 it was confirmed by Bhupathi via a popular networking site that Dutta had given birth to a baby girl, they have named her Saira.


All films listed are in Hindi language unless otherwise noted.
Year Film Role Notes
2003 Andaaz Kajal Filmfare Best Female Debut Award
2003 Mumbai Se Aaya Mera Dost Kesar
2004 Khakee
Special appearance in song "Aisa Jadoo"
2004 Masti Monica
2004 Bardaasht Advocate Payal
2004 Arasatchi Lara Tamil film
2004 Aan: Men at Work Kiran
2005 Insan Meghna
2005 Elaan Sonia
2005 Jurm Sanjana Malhotra
2005 Kaal Ishika
2005 No Entry Kajal
2005 Ek Ajnabee Adult Anamika Special appearance
2005 Dosti: Friends Forever Kajal
2006 Zinda Jenny Singh
2006 Fanaa Zeenat Special appearance
2006 Alag
Special appearance in song "Sabse Alag"
2006 Bhagam Bhag Munni/Nisha/Aditi
2007 Jhoom Barabar Jhoom Anaida Raza/Laila
2007 Partner Naina
2007 Om Shanti Om Herself Special appearance in song "Deewangi Deewangi"
2008 Jumbo Sonia (voice)
2008 Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi
Special appearance in song "Phir Milenge Chalte Chalte"
2009 Billu Barber Bindiya
2009 Satyameva Jeyathe
Telugu film
Special appearance in song "Aisa Jadoo"
2009 Do Knot Disturb Dolly
2009 Blue Mona
2010 Housefull Hetal Patel
2011 Chalo Dilli Mihika Mukherjee
2011 Don 2: The King Is Back Ayesha
2012 Banda Yeh Bindaas Hai

Full History of Amrita Arora

Amrita Arora 
 (born 31 January 1981) is a Bollywood actress.and she is very  pretyy and beautiful actress.she has a smiling face and nice figure.

Personal life and education

Arora was born in Chembur Mumbai to Joyce Polycarp and Anil Arora.Her sister is Malaika Arora Khan.
Reportedly due to her pregnancy, she was dropped from UTV's film, Season's Greetings.


Arora made her Bollywood debut in 2002 opposite Fardeen Khan in the film, Kitne Door Kitne Paas, which was not successful at the box office. Her first successful film was the action comedy, Awara Paagal Deewana. A series of flops followed, among them the controversial Girlfriend (2004), about a lesbian relationship, in which she appeared opposite Isha Koppikar.
In 2007, She made a special appearance in Farah Khan's film, Om Shanti Om in the song "Deewangi Deewangi" with her sister and brother-in-law Arbaaz Khan. In the same year, she appeared in Speed and Red: The Dark Side, also starring Aftab Shivdasani and Celina Jaitley. The films received mixed reviews at the box office.
In 2009, her releases were Deha and Team the Force. The same year, she appeared in a supporting role in Kambakth Ishq, produced by Sajid Nadiadwala. She appeared with her sister on the show Koffee with Karan, hosted by Karan Johar.


Year Film Role Other Notes
2002 Kitne Door Kitne Paas Karishma
2002 Awara Paagal Deewana Mona
2003 Ek Aur Ek Gyarah Priti
2003 Zameen

2004 Shart: The Challenge Saryu
2004 Girlfriend Sapna
2004 Mujhse Shaadi Karogi Romi
2004 Rakht Natasha Singh
2006 Deha Rini Sinha
2006 Fight Club - Members Only Sonali Bose
2007 Red: The Dark Side Ria Malhotra
2007 Heyy Babyy Herself Special appearance in song "Heyy Babyy"
2007 Speed Sameera
2007 Om Shanti Om Herself Special appearance in song "Deewangi Deewangi"
2008 Rama Rama Kya Hai Dramaaa Khushi Bhatia
2008 Hello Radhika
2008 Heroes Priya
2008 Golmaal Returns Esha Santoshi
2009 Kambakkht Ishq Kamini Sandu
2009 Team - The Force Riya
2010 Raakh

2011 Ek Tho Chance


Full History of Ameesha Patel

Ameesha Patel:
born Amisha Amit Patel on 9 June 1975) is an Indian actress who appears in mainly Bollywood movies. Making her acting debut in the blockbuster Kaho Naa... Pyaar Hai (2000), Patel won critical praise for her performance in Gadar: Ek Prem Katha (2001), which became one of the biggest hits in the history of Hindi cinema,earning her a Filmfare Special Performance Award. She would subsequently star in a number of films, most of which proved unsuccessful at the box office. However, her performance in the 2006 film Ankahee, received critical recognition, and she followed it with a supporting role in the hit Bhool Bhulaiyaa.
Her relationship with filmmaker Vikram Bhatt was often talked about in the Indian media as well as her long-running rift with her parents.


Early life and background

Patel is the daughter of Amit Patel and Asha Patel, sister of Ashmit Patel and the granddaughter of the famous lawyer-politician Barrister Rajni Patel who was the Congress Pradesh Committee President of Bombay. She was born in the Breach Candy Hospital in Bombay and is a trained Bharatnatyam dancer since the age of five.Her birth name is a blend of the first three letters of her father's name Amit and the last three letters of her mother's name Asha.
She studied at the Cathedral and John Connon School in Bombay and was head girl for the academic year 1992–1993 before heading overseas to study Economics at Tufts University in Medford, Massachusetts.
Patel's career began as an economic analyst at Khandwala Securities Limited after graduation. Later on, she received an offer from Morgan Stanley but turned it down. After returning to India, she joined Satyadev Dubey's theatre group and acted in plays, including an Urdu language play titled Neelam (1999) that was written by Tanveer Khan, upon receiving permission from her conservative parents. At the same time she plunged into modeling appearing in several commercial campaigns. Patel has also modeled for well-known Indian brands like Bajaj Sevashram, Fair & Lovely, Cadburys Jai Lime, Fem, Lux and many more.

Acting career

Debut and breakthrough, 2000–2002

Patel's first opportunity for acting came in the form of an offer from her father's schoolmate, Rakesh Roshan, to star opposite his son, Hrithik Roshan, in Kaho Naa... Pyaar Hai (2000). The offer came immediately after she graduated from high school but she refused the project because she wanted to continue her education in USA.Afterward, Kareena Kapoor replaced her but luckily, Kapoor dropped out a few days into principal photography and Patel was given the opportunity once again during a family lunch.She readily agreed to do the project this time. The role of an exuberant college girl in love, undergoing a tortuous time at losing her lover and rediscovering a more mature relationship gave Patel scope to perform. The film was a smashing success and established Patel as a rising star, earning her awards for Best Debut at a number of award ceremonies.
Patel as the Muslim girl Sakeena in Gadar: Ek Prem Katha
In her second film, the Telugu language drama Badri, she starred opposite Pawan Kalyan. The film was a major success, grossing more than Rs.120 million in India.
2001 saw her appearing in Anil Sharma's cross-border romance, Gadar: Ek Prem Katha, alongside Sunny Deol. Patel signed on much before she shot into the limelight with Kaho Naa... Pyaar Hai and was among 22 girls that were screen-tested from 500 girls who came to audition for the film. Patel had gone through a 12-hour audition before she got the part.The film went on to become the top-grossing film of the year, as well as the biggest hit of the 21st century, earning Rs 973 million in India.Set during the Indo-Pakistani War of 1947, it featured Patel as Sakeena, a Muslim girl who finds refuge in Deol's house during the riots, and subsequently falls for him. Her performance was praised, and won her the Filmfare Special Performance Award, as well as nominations for Best Actress at various award ceremonies. Taran Adarsh of IndiaFM concluded, "Despite being one-film-old, Amisha Patel deserves full marks for handling the complex role with elegance. She looks the character she is portraying and impresses with a natural performance."The film was perceived as being excessively anti-Pakistani.
These successes were followed by a series of films that flopped at the box-office. In Yeh Zindagi Ka Safar (2001), she played a successful singer who was abandoned by her mother at the time of her birth.
In 2002, Patel had four continuous failures but her last release, Humraaz, became one of the highest grossing films of the year at the box office, and her performance earned her a nomination for Filmfare Best Actress Award. The Abbas-Mustan marital thriller saw her playing a character with negative shades for the first time. She played the girlfriend of Akshaye Khanna, who marries Bobby Deol to grab his wealth – but, seeing Bobby's honesty, her character surrenders to him. Taran Adarsh commented, "Amisha Patel is just about okay as Akshaye's lover (first half), but splendid as Bobby's wife (second half). This performance should silence her detractors for sure. Also, she's looked her best with admirable outfits and perfect make-up"

Initial success and struggle phase, 2003–2011

During 2003 to 2006, Patel's acting career entered a slump. Despite the relative success of Humraaz, Patel's string of unsuccessful films followed and would continue until 2006, although she did find minor box office success with Kya Yehi Pyaar Hai,[13] in which she played a career-oriented young woman who rejects the advances of Aftab Shivdasani's character. In Aap Mujhe Achche Lagne Lage, she played the role of Sapna who is caged in protective custody of her own father. She co-starred opposite Hrithik Roshan for the second time in this film. Unlike their successful pairing in Kaho Naa... Pyaar Hai, the film proved to be a disappointment and resulted in a critical and commercial failure. Patel's performance in the film was criticized by a section of the media, but during an interview she clarified that there was an "error" because the scene explaining that her character is supposed to be asthmatic in the film was edited out not knowing that one shot would make such a difference, thus creating confusion to the viewer about her appearing out of breath, as if she's overacting or crying.
Consequently, Patel's unsuccessful follow-up continued with Kranti and David Dhawan's comedy Yeh Hai Jalwa in 2002, followed by her first Tamil language film Pudhiya Geethai and Deepak Bahry's Parwana in 2003. Her releases in 2004, Vimal Kumar's comedy Suno Sasurjee, a delayed production since 2000, and her second Telugu language film Naani, followed. That year she also appeared in the music video for "Kasam" and "Kasam (Unplugged)" by Adnan Sami.
In 2005, she starred in Satish Kaushik's thriller Vaada, playing the role of Arjun Rampal's unfaithful wife who is followed by her obsessive ex-lover. In her next release, Elaan, she played a TV reporter. She later appeared in Ketan Mehta's historical drama Mangal Pandey: The Rising where she played the role of the soft-spoken Jwala, a Bengali widow who gets rescued from committing Sati by a British commanding officer. Patel was cast as a replacement for Aishwarya Rai under the recommendation of Aamir Khan who was impressed by her IQ level when he saw her on BBC under the segment of Question Time India in 2003.The film, which saw her appearing without make-up for the first time, did an average business despite becoming a major grosser.Her other releases that year include Zameer: The Fire Within, a delayed production since 2001, and the Telugu film Narasimhudu, both which proved commercial and critical failures.
Patel featured in six films in 2006, all which failed commercially. She first starred in Mere Jeevan Saathi, a production that had been delayed since 2003. She next appeared as a blind girl in Humko Tumse Pyaar Hai, another delayed production since 2002. The film had a limited release and flopped badly with some critics describing it as "outdated". In Teesri Aankh: The Hidden Camera, she played the role of a mute girl who witnesses a murder. She learned the sign language in order to fit the role.Patel was next cast in Tathastu, based on Denzel Washington's thriller John Q (2002). Her performance as the helpless mother was not well-received.
Patel's fifth release in 2006, Ankahee, earned her critical praise despite its failure at the box office.The film centred around an extramarital affair with Patel playing a housewife whose husband cheats on her with a model. To understand the mentality of a wronged wife, Patel spoke to her own grandmother who had undergone a similar situation.Diganta Guha from Hindustan Times noted "'s Ameesha's performance that remains in your mind. She is dignity personified in the film, playing a woman betrayed in marriage, going all out to save it and in the end choosing her own path."Later that year, she appeared alongside Akshaye Khanna and Priyanka Chopra in Dharmesh Darshan's Aap Ki Khatir.
After appearing in a series of box office flops during 2002–2006, Patel's career prospects began to improve in 2007 when she saw moderate success with Honeymoon Travels Pvt. Ltd., playing the role of Karan Khanna's talkative wife who tries to overcome her husband's gay leanings. Patel's comic timing in the film was well-received.[22] She later co-starred opposite Akshay Kumar in Priyadarshan's hit Bhool Bhulaiyaa as a rejected adopted girl who is accused of trying to disrupt the marriage of her childhood crush.
In an attempt to renew her image, Patel appeared in a bikini item number, Lazy Lamhe, in Kunal Kohli's Thoda Pyaar Thoda Magic (2008). She learned scuba diving for the song that took 15 days to complete.Although the film flopped at the box office, Patel managed to garner attention for her appearance.
Post the release of Thoda Pyaar Thoda Magic, Patel signed on to Run Bhola Run and Chatur Singh Two Star. However, both films were continuously delayed despite reaching completion in 2009. She next attempted a comeback by signing on to Rajkumar Santoshi's Power, but the film was shelved. Despite repeated attempts to make a comeback, Patel dropped out of several projects due to various reasons. Following a two-and-a-half year sabbatical, Patel made a brief comeback to the Telugu film industry with Parama Veera Chakra (2011) alongside Nandamuri Balakrishna; the film flopped. Chatur Singh Two Star released in the same year and marked her return to Hindi cinema after three years since the release of Thoda Pyaar Thoda Magic.

Production and new prospects, 2011–present

On April 23, 2011, Patel hosted an event launching her production company, Ameesha Patel Productions, making her the third contemporary actress-turned-producer in Bollywood.She is set to producer three films under her banner in collaboration with her friend and business partner Kuunal Goomer, two of which will be directed by David Dhawan and Priyadarshan respectively.In August 2011, Patel landed a role in Abbas-Mustan's Race 2 with a multi-star cast including Saif Ali Khan, Anil Kapoor, and John Abraham.In September 2011, she signed on to Susi Ganeshan's Shortcut Romeo along with Neil Nitin Mukesh, a Hindi remake of his own 2006 Tamil hit Thiruttu Payale.As of January 2012.


Year Title Role Notes
2000 Kaho Naa... Pyaar Hai Sonia Saxena
2000 Badri Sarayu Telugu film
2001 Gadar: Ek Prem Katha Sakeena Filmfare Award for Special Performance
Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actress
2001 Yeh Zindagi Ka Safar Sarena Devan
2002 Kranti Sanjana Roy
2002 Kya Yehi Pyaar Hai Sandhya Patil
2002 Aap Mujhe Achche Lagne Lage Sapna
2002 Humraaz Priya Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actress
2002 Yeh Hai Jalwa Sonia Singh
2003 Pudhiya Geethai Jo Tamil film
2003 Parwana Pooja
2004 Suno Sasurjee Kiran Saxena
2004 Shart: The Challenge Herself Special appearance
2004 Naani Priya Telugu film
2005 Vaada Pooja Sharma/Varma
2005 Elaan Priya
2005 Zameer: The Fire Within Pooja Khanna/Chauhan
2005 Narasimhudu Subba Lakshmi Telugu film
2005 Mangal Pandey: The Rising Jwala
2006 Mere Jeevan Saathi Anjali
2006 Humko Tumse Pyaar Hai Durga
2006 Teesri Aankh: The Hidden Camera Ammu
2006 Tathastu Sarita "Saru" Rajput
2006 Ankahee Nandita Saxena
2006 Aap Ki Khatir Shirani Khanna
2007 Honeymoon Travels Pinky Kapoor
2007 Heyy Babyy
Special appearance in the title song
2007 Bhool Bhulaiyaa Radha
2007 Om Shanti Om Herself Special appearance
2008 Thoda Pyaar Thoda Magic Malaika Cameo
2011 Parama Veera Chakra Ragini Telugu film
2011 Chatur Singh Two Star Sonia Varma
2012 Run Bhola Run
2012 Shortcut Romeo
2012 Race 2
Filming (Releasing on November 30, 2012)
2013 Bhaiyyaji Superhitt
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