Bollywood Actress Hot Photo Shoot Biography
1- BOLLYWOOD ACTRESS PREITY ZINTA's BIOGRAPHY
Name : PREITY ZINTA
Date of Birth : 31.01.1975
Place of Birth : Shimla, India
Height : 5'5
Eyes : Black
Hair : Black
Father's Name : Mr. Durganand Zinta
Mother's Name : Mrs. Nilprabha Zinta
Marital Status : Engaged
Languages Known : Hindi, English
Preity Zinta, the dimple beauty of Bolly Cinema, was born on the 31st January, 1975, in Shimla, India, is an Indian film actress and former model. Preity’s father, Mr. Durganand Zinta, was an officer in the Indian Army, who was died in a car accident, when she was at age of 13. And, mother, Mrs. Nilaprabha Zinta was severely injured in that accident and bed ridden for two years. Preity studied at the Convent of Jesus and Mary boarding school in Shimla. After completion of graduation from the boarding school at age 18, Preity Zinta enrolled at St Bede's College in Shimla. She graduated college with an English honours degree, and then started a graduate programme in psychology. She earned a postgraduate degree in criminal psychology, but later took up modeling. Zinta’s turning point in her life is for advertising for Perk chocolates. With this, Preity became so popular in model world and chances came one after another to act in Bollywood. Preity’s first movie was Dil Se in 1998 directed by ace director, Mani Ratnam, which has become a huge hit. Apart from acting in Bollywood movies, Preity Zinta has done couple of movies in Telugu and Tamil Films also.
LIST OF MOVIES
Dil Se (Hindi) 1998
Soldier (Hindi) 1998
Premante Idera (Telugu) 1998
Raja Kumarudu (Telugu) 1999
Sangharsh (Hindi) 1999
Dillagi (Hindi) 1999
Kya Kehna (Hindi) 2000
Har Dil Jo Pyar Karega (Hindi) 2000
Mission Kashmir (Hindi) 2000
Farz (Hindi) 2001
Chori Chori Chupke Chupke (Hindi) 2001
Dil Chahta Hai (Hindi) 2001
Yeh Raaste HainPyaar Ke (Hindi) 2001
Dil Hai Tumhaara (Hindi) 2002
The Hero: Love Story of a Spy (Hindi) 2003
Armaan (Hindi) 2003
Koi... Mil Gaya (Hindi) 2003
Kal Ho Naa Ho (Hindi) 2003
Lakshya (Hindi) 2004
Dil Ne Jise Apna Kahaa (Hindi) 2004
Veer-Zaara (Hindi) 2004
Khullam Khulla PyaarKaren (Hindi) 2005
Salaam Namaste (Hindi) 2005
Alag (Hindi) 2006
Krrish (Hindi) 2006
Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna (Hindi) 2006
Jaan-E-Mann (Hindi) 2006
Jhoom Barabar Jhoom (Hindi) 2007
The Last Lear (Hindi) 2007
Om Shanti Om (Hindi) 2007
Heroes (Hindi) 2008
Har Pall (Hindi) 2008
Heaven on Earth (Hindi) 2009
2- RAAJ KUMAR Biography
Raaj Kumar born Kulbushan Pandit, October 8, 1926 – July 3, 1996) was an Indian actor in Bollywood movies. Raaj Kumar started out as sub-inspector of Mumbai police in the late 1940s before he turned to acting with the unnoticed 1952 film Rangili. He shot to fame with the Oscar-nominated 1957 film Mother India and went onto star in over 70 Bollywood films in a career that spanned over four decades. He was known for his special style of dialogue delivery and for having a gravelly voice which made him an icon in the industry. Apart from his unique style of dialogue delivery which became his trademark, he was known for his most famous catchphrase Jaani (beloved) which he frequently used in many of his films and also addressed people with the same word.
He was born as "Kulbhushan Pandit" in Balochistan He was a Kashmiri Hindu - Saraswat Brahmin. He moved to Mumbai in the late 1940s and was a sub-inspector of the Mumbai police. He married Gayatri in the 1960s with whom he had three children, a son named Puru Raajkumar who is also an actor in the Bollywood industry, a daughter named Vastavikta who recently made her debut in films in 2006 with the film Eight Shani.
In the early 1950s, he changed his name to Raaj Kumar, quit his job as a police inspector and turned to acting. He made his acting debut in Rangili (1952) which was unnoticed. After acting in a few more films in the next five years which failed to launch his career, his shot to fame in Mehboob Khan's classic Oscar-nominated blockbuster film Mother India (1957). His performance in the film as a poor farmer who loses his arms in an accident and then abandons his wife (played by Nargis) was widely appreciated and he went onto play many leading and supporting roles throughout the 1960s and 1970s.
His most notable performances were in hit films like Shararat (1959) with Kishore Kumar, Paigham (1959), Dil Apna Aur Preet Parayi (1960), Gharana (1961), Dil Ek Mandir (1963), Waqt (1965), Hamraaz (1967), Neel Kamal (1968), Pakeezah (1972), Lal Patthar (1971), Heer Ranjha (1971), and Hindustan Ki Kasam (1973). He reached the peak of his career in the mid 1960s when he picked up Filmfare Best Supporting Actor Awards for Dil Ek Mandir and Waqt.
Towards the late 1970s and 1980s Raaj Kumar appeared in lesser films and often played central supporting or villain roles such as a father, uncle, friend or an elderly mobster. His most notable films during this period included Chambal Ki Kasam (1980), Kudrat (1981), Ek Nai Paheli (1984), Marte Dam Tak (1987), Jung Baaz (1989) and Police Public (1990).
In 1991 he appeared alongside legendary actor Dilip Kumar in Saudagar. The film was a huge success due to the hype of seeing both actors onscreen for the first time in 3 decades. Raaj and Dilip Kumar had previously appeared together playing brothers in Paigham (1959). His last big hit was Tiranga. This movie is almost always played in national channels of India during Independence and Republic days.
Due to his many years of smoking, Raaj Kumar started suffering from a throat disease in the early 1990s which reduced his signature trademark voice to a whisper and caused his health to decline. His last film appearance was in God and Gun (1995) before his death at the age of 69 in July 1996. He died a few months before his son Puru Raajkumar made his debut in Bal Brahmachari which was released later that year. It was dedicated to his memory.