Amrita Rao – Hot Sizzling Actress

Posted on March 18, 2008. Filed under: Blogroll, Intro, lyrics, qualityclipz, review, Tamil | Rao

Amrita Rao – Biography

Amrita Rao (born June 17, 1981)  is an Indian model and Bollywood actress.

Amrita was born to well-to-do Chitrapur Saraswat Brahmin family.Her dad’s name is Deepak Rao. She speaks English, Hindi, Marathi & Konkani.

She stands about 5’5” tall.She entered the world of modeling quite by chance, when she auditioned for an advertising film for Fairever Face Cream. Sucess came thereafter. She was picked up for the close up ad which brought her the much wanted fame. Within months she became the model for the top brands of the country.

Within 18 months, she was the face that promoted Major Brands such as Clean & Clear Face Wash, Pantene Hair Wash, Wrigly Chewing Gum, Domino’s Pizza, Anne French, HMT Watches. Apart from this she also did a number of South Indian commercial ads. She also did Cadbury’s Perk and the Bru coffee ad.This brought in a number of movie offers for her.She has also been signed on as the brand ambassador for Miss Players.

Having modeled for nearly 35 ads, her decision to act in films didn’t come as a surprise. What came as a surprise was that unlike other models who dropped out of college to pursue their careers, Amrita Rao preferred to thumb down film offers to complete her graduation in psychology. Rao

She made her cinematic debut in the 2002 film “Ab Ke Baras”, but gained recognition only after the success of her 2003 film, “Ishq Vishk”, in which her portrayal as Payal earned her the girl-next door image. Success followed for her in 2004 films like “Masti” and “Main Hoon Na”. However her following releases “Deewaar” (2004), “Vaah! Life Ho To Aisi” (2005), “Shikhar” (2005), and “Pyare Mohan” (2006) did poorly at the box office.

Her most recent release, “Vivah” opposite Shahid Kapoor was a universal success. Her performance was well appreciated from critics.

Next, she is doing Athidhi with Telugu movie star Mahesh Babu.

Amrita Rao likes watching Sajid Khan’s shows and reading story books .She is a very kind hearted person who hates selfish people. She wants to be a social worker and help the mentally challenged kids. Rao

My Name Is Anthony Gonsalves (2008)  – Rhea
Athidhi (2007) – Amrita
Heyy Babyy (2007) – special appearance in song
Vivaah (2006) – Poonam
Pyare Mohan (2006) – Priya
Shikhar (2006) – Madhavi
Vaah! Life Ho To Aisi (2005) – Priya
Main Hoon Na (2004) – Sanjana
Deewaar (2004) – Radhika
Masti (2004) – Aanchal
Ishq Vishk (2003) – Payal (as Amrita)
Ab Ke Baras (2002) – Anjali Thapar/Nandini
The Legend of Bhagat Singh (2002) – Mannewali


Awards & nominations

Filmfare Awards


    * 2004: Filmfare Best Female Debut Award – Ishq Vishk
    * 2005: Filmfare Best Supporting Actress Award – Main Hoon Na

Star Screen Awards


    * 2003: Star Screen Award Most Promising Newcomer – Female – Ab Ke Baras
    * 2004: Star Screen Award Most Promising Newcomer – Female – Ishq Vishk
    * 2007: Star Screen Award Best Actress – Vivah[4]
    * 2007: Star Screen Award Jodi No. 1 along with Shahid Kapoor – Vivah[5]

Zee Cine Awards


    * 2004: Zee Cine Award Best Female Debut – Ishq Vishk

International Indian Film Academy Awards


    * 2004: IIFA Awards, Best Female Debut – Ishq Vishk

Stardust Awards


    * 2004: Stardust Awards, Superstar of Tomorrow – Female; Ishq Vishk

Other Awards

    * 2004: Sansui Awards, Best Debut – Female – Ishq Vishk
    * 2007: GR8 Women Awards, Young Achiever
    * 2007: Anandalok Puroshkar Awards, Most Promising New Talent – Vivah
    * 2007: Sports World Awards, Jodi of the Year along with Shahid Kapoor – Vivah
    * 2007: Dadasaheb Phalke Academy Award – Vivah[6] Rao Rao Rao

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Silk Smitha Hot Pictures

Posted on March 11, 2008. Filed under: Blogroll, Intro, qualityclipz, review, Tamil, Uncategorized |

Silk Smitha (December 2, 1960 – September 23, 1996) was a South Indian cinema actress. Even though Smitha appeared in some character roles, she became popular through her glamourous appearances in softcore films.


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Born Vijayalakshimi, into a poor family in Eluru (in Andhra Pradesh), she left school after the fourth standard, determined to become a film star. Moving in with her aunt in Madras (then the centre of the South Indian film industry), she soon found a sponsor who renamed her Smitha. After garnering much notice and acclaim with her first major role, in the Tamil movie Vandi Chakkaram (The Wheel), in 1979, Smitha assumed the name “Silk,” after her character’s name in the movie

Selected Filmography
    * Sphadikam
    * Jeeva
    * Challenge
    * Moondru Mugam
    * Layanam
    * Adutha Varisu
    * Khaidi
    * Yamakinkarudu
    * Rustum

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Silk Smitha went on to star in over 200 Tamil, Malayalam, Telugu, Kannada and a few Hindi films. Her dance numbers and her bold performances in films like Moondru Mugam have made her the ultimate symbol of sensuality in Tamil, Malayalam and Telugu cinema. Her item numbers in films like Amaran were also celebrated at the box office. Some film critics, historians and journalists have referred to her as a soft porn actress. One of her films, Layanam, has earned a cult status in the Indian adult film industry, and was remade as Reshma ki Jawani. Her most respected film is Moondram Pirai, remade as Sadma.


In 1996, Smitha was found dead in her Mumbai apartment of an apparent suicide.

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azhavilkoodaram (1995)
Sphadikam (1995) …. Laila
Vijaypath (1994)
Halli Mestru (1992) …. Sex Education Teacher
Aditya 369 (1991) …. Rajanarthaki Nandini
Avasara Police 100 (1990)
… aka Emergency Police 100
Gulabi Raaten (1990) …. Advoate/Judge Sheela Mathur

Adharvam (1989) …. Ponni
Miss Pamela (1989)
Pataal Bhairavi (1985) …. Dancer
… aka The Seductress from Hell
Aaj Ka Dada (1985)
Shri Datta Darshanam (1985) …. Dancer
Khaidi (1983)
… aka Prisoner
Jeet Hamaari (1983) (as ‘Silk’ Smitha)
Attakkalasam (1983) …. Dancer
Moondru Mugham (1983)
Paayum Puli (1983) (as ‘Silk’ Smita)
… aka Faoladi Mukka (India: Hindi title: dubbed version)
Prathigna (1983) …. Dancer
… aka Prathijna (India: Malayalam title: alternative transliteration)
Sadma (1983) …. Soni
YamaKinkarudu (1982)
Alaigal Ooivathilai (1981)
… aka Unending Waves

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Tanuja Photo Gallery

Posted on March 9, 2008. Filed under: Blogroll, Intro, Movie, qualityclipz, review, Tamil |

Actress Tanuja  who was a popular name in the yesteryears and obviously known for being the mother of the ravishing Kajol is all set to make a comeback on the small screen. She will be seen playing the role of a Ghost in the serial ‘Babbanbhai Vs Bimlatai’. When asked about it, Tanuja said that she had been getting offers on TV but then all of them were more on the Saas-Bahu lines which were not appealing to her. She found this subject interesting and that too with a message to the audience. Hence she grabbed the offer. She will soon be seen in the 9X entertainment channel in her new role.


Tanishaa Mukherjee, the beautiful daughter of yesteryears actress Tanuja who knows how to kill hearts with her gorgeous smile became the envy of all girls on the sets of her upcoming film ‘One, Two, Three’. Incidentally, the Bengali beauty was draped in a bright yellow baby doll outfit which sent the onlookers for a round of jealousy and obviously the male members open mouthed. Her impact was so high that daughter of director Ashwini Dheer insisted that her papa buys her the same outfit.



Personal life

Tanuja was born in Bombay into a family of four children as Tanuja Samarth to poet Kumarsen Samarth and his wife Shobhna Samarth. Her mother was a famous 1930s and 1940s actress and her father was a poet and film director. When she was very young her parents separated. Tanuja entered films as a child actress and continued working until 1973. She met director Shomu Mukherjee on the set of Ek Baar Muskara Do(1972). A whirlwind romance ended in a 1973 marriage. They had two children: Kajol Mukherjee (b. 1974) and Tanisha Mukherjee (b. 1978). They were later separated.

[edit] Career

She started her film career with her older sister Nutan in the film Hamari Beti (1950) as Baby Tanuja. She debuted as an adult actress in the film Chhabili (1960) which was directed by her mother. Her other films included Baharein Phir Bhi Aayengi. Her film career ran through the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s.

After the success of Haathi Mere Saathi (1971), she acted in Mere jeevan Saathi, Do Chor and Ek Baar Muskara Do (1972). Some of the other films she has acted in are Pavitra Paapi, Bhoot Bangla, Anubhav, Jeene Ki Raah, etc.

Afterwards, Tanuja retired from films for a number of years, but came back when her marriage ended. She was now offered supporting roles often starring former heroes. Her Pyar Ki Kahani hero Amitabh Bachchan had to call her bhabhi (sister-in-law) in Khuddar (1982). She also played a supporting role in Raj Kapoor’s Prem Rog (1982). She has recently appeared in such films as Saathiya (2002), Rules (2003), and Khakee (2003) as a supporting actress.

During the mid 60’s Tanuja started a parallel career in Bengali movies in Kolkata starting with the film Deya Neya (1963) where she was paired opposite the stalwart of Bengali cinema, Uttam Kumar. She followed it up with many other memorable hit films like Anthony-Firingee (1967) and Rajkumari (1970). Tanuja had fantastic on-screen chemistry with the then superstar Soumitra Chatterjee with whom she made some huge box office hits like Teen Bhuvaner Parey (1969), Prothom Kadam Phool etc.




As Artiste

  • Mukti (film) (2008)
  • Deewaar (2004)
  • Khakee (2004)
  • Rules (Pyaar Ka Superhit Formula) (2003)
  • Bhoot (2003)
  • Saathiya (2002)
  • Bhai No.1 (2000)
  • Safari (1999)
  • Swami Vivekanand (1998)
  • Muqadama (1996)
  • Paandav (1995)
  • Aag (1994)
  • Aatish (1994)
  • Antim Nyay (1993)
  • Izzat Ki Roti (1993)
  • Gajab Tamasha (1992)
  • Abhi Abhi (1992)
  • Bekhudi (1992)
  • Ek Ladka Ek Ladki (1992)
  • I Love You (1992)
  • Jawahar (1991)
  • Pyar Bhara Dil (1991)
  • Dushman (1990)
  • Gawaahi (1989)
  • Gharana (1989)
  • Taaqatwar (1989)
  • Meri Zabaan (1989)
  • Parayaa Ghar (1989)
  • Rakhwala (1989)
  • Paap Ko Jalaa Kar Raakh Kar Doonga (1988)
  • Agnee (1988)
  • Mera Muqaddar (1988)
  • Mera Suhag (1987)
  • Diljala (1987)
  • Ghar Ka Sukh (1987)
  • Itihaas (1987)
  • Maa Beti (1987)
  • Jaal (1986)
  • Love 86 (1986)
  • Mohabbat Ki Kasam (1986)
  • Nasihat (1986)
  • Suhaagan (1986)
  • Adhikar (1986)
  • Anokha Rishta (1986)
  • Ek Aur Sikander (1986)
  • Lover Boy (1985)
  • Zabardast (1985)
  • Ghar Dwaar (1985)
  • Yaadgaar (1984)
  • Boxer (1984)
  • Kunwari Bahu (1984)
  • Mati Maange Khoon (1984)
  • Nadaniyan (1984)
  • Pet Pyar Aur Paap (1984)
  • Sohni Mahiwal (1984)
  • Pyaas (1983)
  • Ek Jaan Hain Hum (1983)
  • Prem Rog (1982)
  • Rustom (1982)
  • Bahu Ho To Aisi (1982)
  • Johny I Love You (1982)
  • Kaamchor (1982)
  • Yaarana (1981)
  • Commander (1981)
  • Bandish (1980)
  • Bin Maa Ke Bachchey (1980)
  • Lal Kothi (1978)
  • Aaja Sanam (1975)
  • Hum Shakal (1974)
  • Humrahi (1974)
  • Imtihaan (1974)
  • Amir Garib (1974)
  • Insaaf (1973)
  • Nannha Shikari (1973)
  • Do Chor (1972)
  • Mere Jeevan Saathi (1972)
  • Mome Ki Gudiya (1972)
  • Door Ka Rahi (1971)
  • Ek Paheli (1971)
  • Ek Thi Reeta (1971)
  • Haathi Mere Saathi (1971)
  • Preet Ki Dori (1971)
  • Purani Pehchan (1971)
  • Pyar Ki Kahani (1971)
  • Anubhav (1971)
  • Bachpan (1970)
  • Pavitra Papi (1970)
  • Priya (1970)
  • Ek Masoom (1969)
  • Gustakhi Maaf (1969)
  • Jeene Ki Raah (1969)
  • Jiyo Aur Jeene Do (1969)
  • Paisa Ya Pyar (1969)
  • Do Doni Char (1968)
  • Izzat (1968)
  • Juari (1968)
  • Sapno Ka Saudagar (1968)
  • Wahan Ke Log (1967)
  • Jewel Thief (1967)
  • Nai Roshni (1967)
  • Baharen Phir Bhi Ayengi (1966)
  • Sannata (1966)
  • Bhoot Bungla (1965)
  • Chand Aur Suraj (1965)
  • Nai Umar Ki Nai Fasal (1965)
  • Benazir (1964)
  • Aaj Aur Kal (1963)
  • Hamari Yaad Aayegi (1961)
  • Mem Didi (1961)
  • Chhabili (1960)
  • Amber (1952)
  • Hamari Beti (1950)

As Guest Appearance

  • Masoom (1983)

As Special Appearance

  • Khud-daar (1982)

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Sujatha, tamil writer, is dead

Posted on March 4, 2008. Filed under: Blogroll, Intro, qualityclipz, review, Tamil, Uncategorized |

Sujatha, tamil writer, is dead

Sujatha, a very famous writer of stories in Tamil cinema and novels, is no more.Sujatha has also penned dialogues for innumerable kollywood films.Sujatha was admitted to Apollo hospitals chennai, two days back and he was in coma before he was declared dead.

Sujatha, whose original name is S.Ranagarajan, was aged 73.Sujatha was a very prolific writer and had written more than 200 short stories, 100 novels and innumerable stage dramas and essays.Sujatha was also the editor of Tamil weekly magazine – Kumudham.He is also credited with creating many education CDs.

Sujatha had written stories for films directed by popular directors including Mani Rathnam and Shankar.Sjuatha was infact the person, who was expected to write the dialogues for Rajinikanth and Aishwarya Rai starrer Robot

Sujatha’s dialogues in Tamil movies “Kannathil Muthamittaal” directed by Mani Rathnam and “Anniyan” directed by Shankar were a big hit with kollywood movie lovers.

Sujatha is known for his stories in science and fiction among the Tamil public.sujatha’s demise is very unfortunate and untimely.Sujatha leaves behind his wife and two sons.

The most less known, but popular contribution of Sujatha, was the electroninc voting machine used by the Election commision of India, in indian elections.Sujatha was the chief of the team that designed the voting machine, while he was with Bharat Electronics as GM of R & D.

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Vedigundu Murugesan

Posted on February 7, 2008. Filed under: Blogroll, Intro, qualityclipz, Tamil, Uncategorized |

Vedigundu Murugesan


The director of Karupasamy Kuthagaitharar, Murthy has started his next movie Vedigundu Murugesan with Pasupathy in the lead. Annamalai Films, which has earlier produced Bambarakannale and Koodal Nagar and is producing Sarath Kumar’s forthcoming film Vaitheeswaran is producing this movie.

Inspite of having a title which looks like an action flick the movie is going to be a commedy riot with lots of emotions added to it. The hero does some shocking things and the movie is about the outcome of his actions. Jyothirmayi is the female lead in the movie and plays the role of a police officer. Music is by Dhina.

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QualityClipz | Blog

Posted on April 1, 2007. Filed under: Intro |

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