Saturday, 29 December 2012

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Bollywood Actress Hot Boobs Biography
1- Bollywood Movies Actress Aishwarya Rai:
 The Bollywood movies actress Aishwarya Rai and Sushmita win the worldwide beauty pageant the fashion trade in India misrepresented radically. The Bollywood Indian went on to come first attractiveness pageants additional time after time. All youthful girls over the state were hopeful to be like them.

The Aishwarya Rai earliest modeling task was, when actress Aishwarya Rai was in the ninth score. Her professor at Jai Hind institution takes pictures of Bollywood actress Aishwarya Rai which were published in a fashion magazine. Aishwarya Rai In 1991 took part in the Ford wonderful model challenge and also come into view in Vogue Magazine. She has been on the cover of Vogue three times. There was virtual flooding of international cosmetics into the market.

 They were in that sense a pioneer of their time, with Aishwarya being the majority visible features of this change. Present were criticism as of all that she is not care the good promises Bollywood movies actress Aishwarya Rai had made after winning the title. Bollywood movies actress Aishwarya Rai chose to make an excellence debut somewhat than leaving for any of the safer profitable movies she were offered .

Bollywood has become a great presence in the modern cinema industry. Known for its beautifully ornamented costumes, gorgeous leads, and fabulous dance numbers, Bollywood movies are the must see for anyone. But to break into acting in Bollywood can be just as laborious as getting work in Hollywood. With a few steps, an aspiring actress can increase the chances of being discovered.
First, and most importantly, anyone looking for a career in India must speak Hindi. Major films are not interested in subtitles, so, if you have the right look, you stand a better chance of getting a role if you can speak the language.
Secondly, you want to make sure you have the right look. A fair, olive complexion is the most sought after. When going for an audition, watch some films first and match their look. Dark eyeliner, with some lash extenders, a touch of bronzer on the face, and an ornamented ensemble will draw attention to you and make you stand out in an otherwise bland crowd. Dress for the part you want, not for an everyday errand.
Last, make contacts. The old adage "It is not what you know, it is who you know" has even more to do with the film industry than any other. If you have family in the business, do not be afraid to utilize that relationship. They would if the positions were reversed. If you do not have the contacts yet, go where the contacts are and make them. Let nothing deter you from your goal.

2- Bollywood Movies Actress Mumtaz:
Mumtaz, the heartthrob of millions in the 1960s and 1970s, who turned 65, says she has no complaints from life except for loneliness.

"After I got married, my husband has given me lots of comforts. I enjoy the life of affluence. But I am a bit lonely," Mumtaz told the author on phone from London.

Her elder daughter Natasha is married to actor Fardeen Khan and settled here, while her husband Mayur Madhvani, whom she married in 1974, and younger daughter Tanya are constantly travelling for work.

"What do I do? I can't follow them around the world, can I," she said, adding that she doesn't socialise. And "I rarely drink. I am not a night person. Clubs are not my scene".

Excerpts from an interview:
Sixty-five years of a celebrated life. How do you look back?
No complaints. Life can't be a bed of roses. My first 26 years was a time of hard work. I was an obedient child to my parents. Whatever I earned, I gave to my parents. Never asked them where my money went. After I got married, my husband has given me lots of comforts. I enjoy the life of affluence. But I am a bit lonely.

Why are you lonely?
My husband is travelling constantly. My children have grown up. My elder daughter is married to Fardeen Khan and lives in Mumbai. My younger daughter is learning our family business from her father. She too is travelling a lot. What do I do? I can't follow them around the world, can I?

But surely you have your own life?
I do. But I don't socialise. I rarely drink. I am not a night person. Clubs are not my scene. I hate the noise. One can't converse. I am a daytime person. I go out for lunch with my friends, then stroll for a few hours. London is a perfect city for an afternoon walk. Then I am back home. I watch educational television and the news so I'm aware of what's going on in the world. Then by 11 I am fast asleep. I wake up at 7 a.m.

Have you thought of relocating to Mumbai?
I have two homes in Mumbai - in Juhu and Colaba. And I do visit very often. But because of the life I have now, I can't live in India. Even in Mumbai I'll be alone.

Yes, there are friends and relatives there. But for me, it's a case of water, water everywhere and not a drop to drink. Everybody loves me. But I can't make everybody my close friends. I don't make friends easily. At my age you can't forge new associations because you never know what the other person has in mind. Of course, I can have as many fair-weather friends as I want. But that's pointless. Finally it's just me and myself.

Have you kept in touch with your friends in the film industry? Shatrughan Sinha who's unwell?
Shatru, I haven't met for years. But I know I can drop in at his home any time and I'd be welcome. It's the same with Mr. Yash Chopra. I can walk into any of my old colleagues' homes, but I am a very shy person. People mistake my shyness for arrogance. But if anyone reaches out to me, like you, I respond. At parties I don't circulate. I sit in a corner for half an hour and then I leave.

What plans for your birthday?
My husband has arranged a dinner on a boat for only family and friends. My family has already started gathering here in London. It's mostly family and just four-five friends of mine who have been with me for 30 years now.

No friends from Bollywood for your birthday?
Who will come from Mumbai to London for me? It costs money to travel so far. Kaun mere liye Rs.1.5 lakh kharcha karega? Nowadays money is more important than anything else.

Even more important than relationships?
Yes, you are judged not for what you are, but how much money you have and what position you have in society. If you don't have money and a social standing, no one looks towards you. If you're a nobody you aren't even invited to any happening party. That's why I'd implore all youngsters to make something of their lives. Kuch karo, kuch bano. I am still remembered back home because 'ek zamaane mein main Mumtaz thi'.

In that case if you were not Mumtaz, Mayur Madhvani wouldn't have married you?
I don't think he would have, no!

What about love?
Aaj kal pyar hota kahan hai'? You tell me. Do you think genuine love exists in today's day and age? You're younger than me. You tell me.
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