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Ra. One Movie Music Review

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EXPECTATIONS



‘Humungous’ – That’s what described in one word the expectations one has from the music of Ra.One. Though this may seem like a simple word, there is a lot that goes behind the expectations here.

- Ra.One boldly claims itself to be the biggest movie ever made in the country

- Shah Rukh Khan is returning to the big screen more than year and a half after his last big screen outing

- Due to two reasons above, music has to be in line as well

- Vishal & Shekhar are synonymous with new sound especially when it comes to biggies. The stage is all set for them to justify the trust and confidence shown in them to deliver goods.

- Music of films made by Anubhav Sinha has more often than not always worked. RememberDus, Cash, Tum Bin?



Simply put, there is no margin of error and with the kind of grandeur that the film promises; music has to be in accordance too. With expectations of a loaded experience ahead (Ra.Onehas 10 unique tracks with five remixes to further boost the prospects), one plays on Ra.One.

MUSIC



Expectedly, the album begins with ‘Chammak Challo‘ which was ‘leaked’ a few months ago and has been in news ever since then. Well, the song more than lives up to the huge hype that has been built around it, courtesy Akon who has been dragged into the Bollywood music arena. A grand song by all means with huge production values that would be assuring enough for Akon to believe that this one can compete at an international level, ‘Chammak Challo‘ is a fantastic amalgamation of Indian, Middle East and Western sound that gives it a distinguished appeal. Written by Vishal Dadlani and Niranjan Iyengar, the song is not just about Akon, as Hamsika Iyer lends him good support as well in the later parts of the song.

A huge winner all the way that Akon would certainly want to introduce in his international tours as well, ‘Chammak Challo‘ arrives in an astonishing five ‘remix versions’. Does one feel like being treated to an overdose of ‘Chammak Challo‘? Not at all as whether it is the regular ‘remix’, ‘Punjabi mix’, ‘Club Mix’ or ‘International version’ (where Akon goes solo), the impact is only accentuated as one is treated to a repeat play of this highly foot tapping number.



As one comes out of the euphoria of ‘Chammak Challo‘, Vishal-Shekhar bring on a much sober and melody inclined ‘Dildaara – Stand By Me‘ which is written by Kumaar. Now this is the kind of number that one always expects in a Shah Rukh Khan starrer and it is pretty much out there on a platter with Shafqat Amanat Ali doing quite well in bringing on a romantic number. While the start by itself is impressive, the song takes a different dimension altogether once the key word ‘Dildaara‘ arrives. A love song which is a good fusion of modern day sound and Bollywood ethos, ‘Dildaara‘ has Shafqat seeing good support coming from Vishal Dadlani, Shekhar Ravjiani and Clinton Cerejo as well.

It is back to Akon with ‘Criminal‘ which is a surprise because all this while one had expected ‘Chammak Challo‘ to be his sole outing. This time around Akon sounds more like the way music lovers have been used to hearing him for last few years. However, what impresses most is the way Vishal-Shekhar go on to give ‘Criminal‘ an altogether different dimension as from a peppy Western outing, it moves ahead as a high paced quintessential dance number, only to turn into a full-blown Hindi film song with the arrival of Shruti Pathak. Also, as a singer Vishal Dadlani does well to fuse his lines along with that of Akon, hence giving ‘Criminal‘ a unique appeal. Written by Kumaar and Vishal Dadlani, ‘Criminal‘ isn’t a song about crime but is instead about a man wooing his lady love! The ‘remix version’ only adds on to the appeal.

There is a surprise in store though with the arrival of ‘Bhare Naina‘ which turns out to be a shocker of an outing. Reason being that the soundtrack completely changes track with Nandini Srikar making it a semi-classical outing, courtesy her rendition which is filled with pathos. The song starts off rather slowly and just when one felt that it would take an out and out classical approach, Vishal-Shekhar bring in a fusion sound with Western elements coming in play as well. In the later portions of the song, they can also be heard faintly in the background as back up vocalists hence lending a haunting appeal to this sad song. Written by Panchhi Jalonvi, ‘Bhare Naina‘ may not attract one’s attention instantly but has in it to create a cinematic appeal when heard as a part of the film’s narrative.



It is a much safer outing though with the arrival of Anvita Dutt written ‘Right By Your Side‘. A peppy feel-good song by Sidd Coutto which is about living life to the fullest and celebrating an all around bonding filled with happiness, it is good but seems a rather ill-placed in Ra.One. The kind of number which is more suited for a I Hate LUV Storys or a Break Ke Baad or an Anjaana Anjaani - all being Vishal-Shekhar creations, it may just find itself lost in the crowd in an album like Ra.One since the film comes with an altogether different theme, subject and genre.

The real fun begins from this point though as one gets to hear the real sound of Ra.One with five tracks in a row that turn out to be theme/background pieces that truly define what the film stands for. First to arrive is ‘Raftaarein‘ which is a killer of a track, courtesy some true homage paid to R.D. Burman with an old world 70s style sound of an action thriller. Vishal (who also writes the song) as well as Shekhar go totally uninhibited behind the mike and come up with full throated rendition to make ‘Raftaarein‘ a high energy number that should turn out to be adrenalin pumping and quite high impact when seen on the big screen.

Fun continues with ‘Jiya Mora Ghabraaye – The Chase‘ which, as the title suggests, is created for a chase sequence. The moment this near five minute long track begins, one is reminded of another supremely well orchestrated ‘Adrenaline Nitrate’ that Vishal-Shekhar had created for the theme of Dus. This time around the production is far grander with Sukhwinder Singh and Vishal Dadlani coming together with a fusion mix that ends up creating a trance effect. The song also sees Anubhav Sinha stepping in as a lyricist with Vishal Dadlani chipping in as well. Yet another track which is made for the big screen!

Next three tracks that follow last close to 100 seconds each and are actually the same musical pieces about which much has been said and written about the 200 piece orchestra that was put together by Vishal-Shekhar in Prague. International in appeal and pretty much fitting into Hollywood scheme of things, ‘Comes The Light – Theme‘ is the first to come which is just what one would have expected from a gargantuan superhero flick like Ra.One.‘I’m On‘ pretty much takes the album forward with the sound of ‘Raftaarein‘ presented in a contemporary manner instead of being set in the 70s mode. Last to arrive is ‘Song Of The End‘ which has a sad feel to it and reminds one of the sound from Titanic. All said and done, these are the theme tracks that would have made acclaimed Hollywood composer Hans Zimmer stand up and notice.

OVERALL

Ra.One has brilliancy written all over it and is clearly a huge winner all the way. It isn’t just the grandest score of the year but is also one of the hugest ever that has come out of Bollywood. Music here not just meets the huge expectations but also surpasses it at various junctures, hence making it a satiating experience for the listener. Not just that as it also promises a major cinematic outing once big screen comes calling. A definite choice of the season.

OUR PICK(S)

Chammak Challo, Dildaara – Stand By Me, Raftaarein, Criminal, Jiya Mora Ghabraaye – The Chase, I’m On









Exclusive Music Review Of Ra.One (October 26, 2011)

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'Humungous' - That's what described in one word the expectations one has from the music of Ra.One. Though this may seem like a simple word, there is a lot that goes behind the expectations here.

- Ra.One boldly claims itself to be the biggest movie ever made in the country

- Shah Rukh Khan is returning to the big screen more than year and a half after his last big screen outing

- Due to two reasons above, music has to be in line as well

- Vishal & Shekhar are synonymous with new sound especially when it comes to biggies. The stage is all set for them to justify the trust and confidence shown in them to deliver goods.

- Music of films made by Anubhav Sinha has more often than not always worked. Remember Dus, Cash, Tum Bin?

Simply put, there is no margin of error and with the kind of grandeur that the film promises; music has to be in accordance too. With expectations of a loaded experience ahead (Ra.One has 10 unique tracks with five remixes to further boost the prospects), one plays on Ra.One.

MUSIC


Expectedly, the album begins with 'Chammak Challo' which was 'leaked' a few months ago and has been in news ever since then. Well, the song more than lives up to the huge hype that has been built around it, courtesy Akon who has been dragged into the Bollywood music arena. A grand song by all means with huge production values that would be assuring enough for Akon to believe that this one can compete at an international level, 'Chammak Challo' is a fantastic amalgamation of Indian, Middle East and Western sound that gives it a distinguished appeal. Written by Vishal Dadlani and Niranjan Iyengar, the song is not just about Akon, as Hamsika Iyer lends him good support as well in the later parts of the song.

A huge winner all the way that Akon would certainly want to introduce in his international tours as well, 'Chammak Challo' arrives in an astonishing five 'remix versions'. Does one feel like being treated to an overdose of 'Chammak Challo'? Not at all as whether it is the regular 'remix', 'Punjabi mix', 'Club Mix' or 'International version' (where Akon goes solo), the impact is only accentuated as one is treated to a repeat play of this highly foot tapping number.

As one comes out of the euphoria of 'Chammak Challo', Vishal-Shekhar bring on a much sober and melody inclined 'Dildaara - Stand By Me' which is written by Kumaar. Now this is the kind of number that one always expects in a Shah Rukh Khan starrer and it is pretty much out there on a platter with Shafqat Amanat Ali doing quite well in bringing on a romantic number. While the start by itself is impressive, the song takes a different dimension altogether once the key word 'Dildaara' arrives. A love song which is a good fusion of modern day sound and Bollywood ethos, 'Dildaara' has Shafqat seeing good support coming from Vishal Dadlani, Shekhar Ravjiani and Clinton Cerejo as well.

It is back to Akon with 'Criminal' which is a surprise because all this while one had expected 'Chammak Challo' to be his sole outing. This time around Akon sounds more like the way music lovers have been used to hearing him for last few years. However, what impresses most is the way Vishal-Shekhar go on to give 'Criminal' an altogether different dimension as from a peppy Western outing, it moves ahead as a high paced quintessential dance number, only to turn into a full-blown Hindi film song with the arrival of Shruti Pathak. Also, as a singer Vishal Dadlani does well to fuse his lines along with that of Akon, hence giving 'Criminal' a unique appeal. Written by Kumaar and Vishal Dadlani, 'Criminal' isn't a song about crime but is instead about a man wooing his lady love! The 'remix version' only adds on to the appeal.

There is a surprise in store though with the arrival of 'Bhare Naina' which turns out to be a shocker of an outing. Reason being that the soundtrack completely changes track with Nandini Srikar making it a semi-classical outing, courtesy her rendition which is filled with pathos. The song starts off rather slowly and just when one felt that it would take an out and out classical approach, Vishal-Shekhar bring in a fusion sound with Western elements coming in play as well. In the later portions of the song, they can also be heard faintly in the background as back up vocalists hence lending a haunting appeal to this sad song. Written by Panchhi Jalonvi, 'Bhare Naina' may not attract one's attention instantly but has in it to create a cinematic appeal when heard as a part of the film's narrative.

It is a much safer outing though with the arrival of Anvita Dutt written 'Right By Your Side'. A peppy feel-good song by Sidd Coutto which is about living life to the fullest and celebrating an all around bonding filled with happiness, it is good but seems a rather ill-placed in Ra.One. The kind of number which is more suited for a I Hate LUV Storys or a Break Ke Baad or an Anjaana Anjaani - all being Vishal-Shekhar creations, it may just find itself lost in the crowd in an album like Ra.One since the film comes with an altogether different theme, subject and genre.

The real fun begins from this point though as one gets to hear the real sound of Ra.One with five tracks in a row that turn out to be theme/background pieces that truly define what the film stands for. First to arrive is 'Raftaarein' which is a killer of a track, courtesy some true homage paid to R.D. Burman with an old world 70s style sound of an action thriller. Vishal (who also writes the song) as well as Shekhar go totally uninhibited behind the mike and come up with full throated rendition to make 'Raftaarein' a high energy number that should turn out to be adrenalin pumping and quite high impact when seen on the big screen.

Fun continues with 'Jiya Mora Ghabraaye - The Chase' which, as the title suggests, is created for a chase sequence. The moment this near five minute long track begins, one is reminded of another supremely well orchestrated 'Adrenaline Nitrate' that Vishal-Shekhar had created for the theme of Dus. This time around the production is far grander with Sukhwinder Singh and Vishal Dadlani coming together with a fusion mix that ends up creating a trance effect. The song also sees Anubhav Sinha stepping in as a lyricist with Vishal Dadlani chipping in as well. Yet another track which is made for the big screen!


Next three tracks that follow last close to 100 seconds each and are actually the same musical pieces about which much has been said and written about the 200 piece orchestra that was put together by Vishal-Shekhar in Prague. International in appeal and pretty much fitting into Hollywood scheme of things, 'Comes The Light - Theme' is the first to come which is just what one would have expected from a gargantuan superhero flick like Ra.One. 'I'm On' pretty much takes the album forward with the sound of 'Raftaarein' presented in a contemporary manner instead of being set in the 70s mode. Last to arrive is 'Song Of The End' which has a sad feel to it and reminds one of the sound from Titanic. All said and done, these are the theme tracks that would have made acclaimed Hollywood composer Hans Zimmer stand up and notice.

OVERALL

Ra.One has brilliancy written all over it and is clearly a huge winner all the way. It isn't just the grandest score of the year but is also one of the hugest ever that has come out of Bollywood. Music here not just meets the huge expectations but also surpasses it at various junctures, hence making it a satiating experience for the listener. Not just that as it also promises a major cinematic outing once big screen comes calling. A definite choice of the season.


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IK vs RK

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Wondering who IK and RK are? The once friends, but now foes, Imran Khan and Ranbir Kapoor. Looks like IK is winning the competition over RK, at least for now. Wanna know how? Simple, let us take a look at their track record over the past one year. While Ranbir has had only one release (Anjaana Anjaani), which turned out to be a dud at the B.O, Imran has had three releases (I Hate Luv Stories, Break ke Baad and Delhi Belly), with the first one turning out to be a hit, the second recovering its investments and the third one becoming a super hit.

Ranbir, post the failure of Anjaana Anjaani, is yet to see a release, as his project with Imtiaz Ali (Rockstar) is being pushed back day-after-day and his next film is Barfee, which may only see the release towards the end of this year or in early 2012. Imran on the other hand, has Mere Brother Ki Dulhan with YRF and another tentatively titled project called Short Term Shaadi. According to industry sources, Mere Brother ki Dulhan would be a hit as well.

RK’s got to pick up pace now and deliver Rockstar and Barfee to stay afloat in this competition.

Kareena Kapoor still busy despite Short Term Shaadi moving ahead

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A couple of months back we had reported how the festive month of October
would be ruled by Kareena Kapoor since she would have (tentatively titled) Short Term Shaadi and Ra.One releasing next to each other. However, this won't be the case anymore as her Imran Khan starrer film won't be arriving anymore in the same month.

"While the makers of Ra.One had already finalised 26th October as D-day months ago, Karan Johar too had confirmed bringing Short Term Shaadi on 7th October. It was also being said that due to arrival of a film each from Karan and Shah Rukh, Bollywood had come to realise the might of this friendship as no other filmmaker was daring to arrive in the same month, let aside clashing heads-on", comments an industry insider.

However, one had always wondered that in this display of might, what would have gone into Kareena's mind. Reason being that since she was the leading lady of both the biggies, there was always an expectation of gruelling times ahead due to massive promotional grill involving both the films.

"Guess Kareena can heave a sigh of relief now", says a PR expert, "With Short Term Shaadi moving to November or even beyond, she would be able to entirely concentrate on Ra.One during the weeks leading to its Diwali release. In any case, in a month from now she would get busy with the promotion of her other biggie, Bodyguard."

The Salman Khan action thriller arrives in Eid and releases on 31st August. If Short Term Shaadi would have stuck to its 7th October plan, it would have meant three films for Kareena in a span of just two months, something that she would have certainly avoided.

"No one knows whether Kareena requested for a shift in release date of Short Term Shaadi or Karan Johar himself decided to arrive later. However, it is a win-win situation for all. Let's bear in mind that this is a good situation for Imran Khan as well. His Delhi Belly and Mere Brother Ki Dulhan release in July and August respectively. Even he would have wanted to avoid an immediate next release in October. Remember what happened to his Break Ke Baad last year when it arrived so soon after I Hate Luv Storys", continues the insider.

One wonders though whether Kareena is completely relieved though. After all, another biggie of hers, Agent Vinod, is all set to release on 9th December. Not just that, her yet untitled Aamir Khan starrer is also confirmed for January. With August, October, December and January already booked, it's the case of 'too many films but hardly any slots' for Kareena.

Ranbir-Imran to clash as Rockstar takes on Mere Brother Ki Dulhan

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Now this is one clash that could well be the biggest of the decade. One can already sense trade salivating at the very prospect of Ranbir Kapoor and Imran Khan, two of the hottest young stars around, to be taking on each other. Reason being that their Rockstar and Mere Brother Ki Dulhan would now be clashing at the box office on 9th September.

"It wasn't planned this way though", comments a trade source, "Though Mere Brother Ki Dulhan was announced months ago and the release date too was fixed well in advance, as has been the policy of Yash Raj Films, Rockstar has actually come as a surprise. It was initially supposed to release much earlier." This in fact is true because earlier there were talks of a three way clash between Salman, Hrithik and Ranbir when their Ready, Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara and Rockstar were expected to arrive on the same day. However, better sense prevailed and Salman's Ready was (for all the right reasons) was given a free run. "Still one did expect Rockstar to arrive soon after Ready. That didn't happen though as the release date of this Imtiaz Ali directed has been pushed around for a couple of times already.

Now that the new date is 9th September, tongues have already started wagging in the industry on whether this has been intentional. "Though Ranbir does have an edge over Imran, it is still early days to underestimate anyone", says a prominent filmmaker, "If Ranbir had Raajneeti last year, which by the way was a multi starrer, Imran had a solo hit in I Hate Luv Storys. Both of them also had a small success each in Anjaana Anjaani and Break Ke Baad respectively. You never know in future who ends up taking an edge over the other.

Break Ke Baad (2010) – Untouched – DvD9 – NTSC – All VideOs

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100 Love Songs – Songs To Die For – Stage 4 [2011-MP3-VBR-320Kbps] – xDR

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Release Notes
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Album.....................- 100 Love Songs To Die For
Artist....................- Various
Genre.....................- Compilation
Year......................- 2011
Label.....................- T-Series

Source....................- CD
Grabber...................- EAC (Secure Mode)
Encoder...................- Lame 3.98
No. Of Tracks.............- 100
Size......................- 962 MB

Rip Date..................- 07/04/10
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-= Tracklist =-

CD 01

01. Dabangg - Tere Mast Mast Do Nain
02. Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai - Pee Loon
03. Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji - Tere Bin
04. Patiala House - Laung Da Lashkara
05. Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji - Beshuba
06. Kites - Dil Kyun Yeh Mera
07. Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai - Tum Jo Aaye
08. Anjaana Anjaani - Hairat
09. Break Ke Baad - Adhoore
10. Action Replayy - O Bekhabar
11. Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji - Abhi Kuch Dino Se
12. Guzaarish - Guzaarish
13. Yamla Pagla Deewana - Sau Baar
14. Raavan - Ranjha Ranjha
15. Ishqiya - Dil To Bachcha Hai
16. Khelein Hum Jee Jaan Sey - Naiyn Tere
17. Aashayein - Chala Aaya Pyar

CD 02

01. Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai - I Am In Love
02. Anjaana Anjaani - Tumse Hi Tumse
03. Kites - Zindagi Do Pal Ki
04. Dabangg - Chori Kiya Re Jiya
05. Break Ke Baad - Ajab Leher
06. Anjaana Anjaani - Aas Paas Khuda
07. Khatta Meetha - Sajde
08. Jaane Kahan Se Aayi Hai - Keh Do Zara
09. Aakrosh - Saude Bazi
10. Raavan - Behene De
11. Milenge Milenge - Tum Chain Ho
12. Anjaana Anjaani - I Feel Good
13. Humsafar - Humsafar
14. Action Replayy - Tera Mera Pyaar
15. Golmaal 3 - Apna Har Din
16. Kajraare - Teriyan Meriyan
17. Hum Tum Aur Ghost - Dekho Raste Mein

CD 03

01. Guzaarish - Udi
02. Guzaarish - Tera Zikr
03. Paathshaala - Mujhe Teri
04. Jaane Kahan Se Aayi Hai - Koi Rok Bhi Lo
05. Paa - Mudhi Mudhi Ittefaq Se
06. Lamhaa - Madno
07. Action Replayy - Luk Chup Jaana
08. Housefull - Oh Girl Youre Mine
09. Aashayein - Mera Jeena Hai Kya
10. Karthik Calling Karthik - Hey Ya
11. Karthik Calling Karthik - Uff Teri Adaa
12. Aashayein - Dilkash Dildaar Duniya
13. Jaane Kahan Se Aayi Hai - Jaane Kahan Se Aayi Hai
14. Do Knot Disturb - Dont Ever Leave Me
15. Love Story 2050 - Meelon Ka (Happy)
16. Khoya Khoya Chand - Yeh Nigahein
17. All The Best - Haan Main Jitni Martaba

CD 04

01. Jab We Met - Aao Milo Chalo
02. Jashnn - Nazrein Karam
03. Aloo Chaat - Dhadke Jiya
04. Mission Istaanbul - Jo Ghumshuda
05. Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na - Jaane Tu Meri Kya Hai
06. Kaminey - Raat Ke Dhai Baje
07. Mera Pehla Pehla Pyaar - Mera Pehla Pehla Pyaar
08. The Train - Mausam
09. Kya Love Story Hai - Miss You Everyday
10. Honeymoon Travels Pvt Ltd - Pyaar Ki Yeh Kahani
11. Kites - Tum Bhi Ho Wahi
12. Runway - Roshan Dil Ka Jahan
13. Ugly Aur Pagli - Yaad Teri Aaye
14. 8x10 Tasveer - Aaja Maahi
15. Radio - Janeman
16. Love Story 2050 - Mausam Achanak
17. Housefull - I Dont Know What To Do

CD 05

01. Patiala House - Baby When You Talk To Me
02. Tanu Weds Manu - Yun Hi
03. Jashnn - Tere Bin
04. Shortkut - Kyun Hota Hai Dil Deewana
05. Life Partner - Teri Meri Yeh Zindagi
06. Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na - Nazrein Milaana Nazrein Churaana
07. Karthik Calling Karthk - Jaane Ye Kya Hua
08. Karzzzz - Tere Bin Chain Na Aave
09. Mere Baap Pehle Aap - Maine Hawa Ke Paron Pe
10. God Tussi Great Ho - Lal Chunariya
11. C. Kkompany - Jaane Kya
12. Aap Kaa Surroor - Tera Mera Milna
13. Bhagam Bhaag - Afreen
14. Baabul - Keh Raha Hai
15. Zindagi Rocks - Meri Dhoop Hai Tu
16. Dil Diya Hai - Afsana Banke Bhool Na Jaana

CD 06

01. Dhan Dhana Dhan Goal - Ishq Ka Kalma
02. Bhool Bhulaiyaa - Mere Dholna
03. Aggar - Ke Bin Tere
04. Woh Lamhe - Bin Tere
05. The Killer - Teri Yaadon Mein
06. Chup Chup Ke - Aaya Re
07. Umrao Jaan - Behka Diya Hamein
08. Blue - Rehnuma
09. Jail - Sainya Ve
10. All The Best - You Are My Love
11. Billu Barber - You Get Me Rocking N Reeling
12. Super Star - Dont I Love Or Do I Love U
13. Woh Lamhe - Tu Jo Nahin
14. Dil Diya Hai - Mile Ho Tum To Kya
15. Papa Kehte Hain - Pyar Mein Hota Hai Kya
16. Mumbai Salsa - Pyar Se
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Actor Navin Nischol passes away

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Television and film actor Navin Nischol died of a massive heart attack on Saturday morning, family sources said. He was 65.



The tragedy struck while Nischol and his close friend actor-filmmaker Randhir Kapoor were on their way to Pune. The two had left at approximately 10.30 am.

"However, even before they reached Sion in central Mumbai , Nischol suffered a massive heart attack. He was rushed to a nearby hospital where he was declared dead," sources said.

A product of FTII, Nischol made a successful debut with Sawan Bhadon in 1970 and went on to star in several films like Victoria No 203, Dhund, Chhalia, Parwana, Buddha Mil Gaya, and later as a character actor in Major Saab and The Burning Train among others.

In the early 1990s, he had made a successful transition to the small screen with the popular sitcom Dekh Bhai Dekh alongside Farida Jalal and Shekhar Suman The show was produced by Jaya Bachchan.

He was last seen in films like Khosla ka Ghosla (2006) and Break ke Baad (2010). His wife had committed suicide in 2006.

...DESIRULEZ... prays for his soul to rest in eternal peace.

And the Golden Kela Award goes to…… Check out the nominations below…

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Shahrukh Khan who won millions of hearts with his outstanding performance in My Name Is Khan and who also won several awards for the best actor in most of the recent award events, is nominated in Golden Kela Worst actor category.

Following SRK, is his best buddy Hrithik Roshan joining him in the league with his acting in Guzaarish. Aishwarya Rai is nominated for Golden Kela worst actress for her film Raavan.

Golden Kela Awards, organized by Random magazine, attempts at honoring the worst in Bollywood every year. The award is purely based on public poll.

The Golden Kela award ceremony will celebrate its third birthday on March 2 and will be hosted by Cyrus Broacha.

Below is the list of Golden Kela Awards for the worst performance of the year 2010.

Golden Kela Worst Actor

Imran Khan for I Hate Luv Storys, Break Ke Baad.
Neil Nitin Mukesh for Lafangey Parindey.
John Abraham for Jhootha Hi Sahi.
Hrithik Roshan for ‘Guzaarish’
Vivek Oberoi for Prince – Its Showtime.
Shahrukh Khan for ‘My Name Is Khan’
Golden Kela Worst Actress

Sonam Kapoor for Aisha.
Deepika Padukone for Housefull, Break Ke Baad
Aishwarya Rai for Raavan
Kareena Kapoor & Kajol for We Are Family.
Priyanka Chopra for Anjaana Anjaani.
Pakhi Tyrewala for Jhootha Hi Sahi

Golden Kela Worst Film

Housefull
I Hate Luv Storys
Veer
My Name Is Khan
Tees Maar Khan
Aisha
Anjaana Anjaani
Action Replayy

Golden Kela Worst Supporting Actor-Male

Arjun Rampal for Housefull & We Are Family
Vir Das for Badmaash Company.
Emraan Hashmi for Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai.
Aditya Roy Kapoor for Action Replayy & Guzaarish
Rannvijay for Action Replayy


Golden Kela Worst Supporting Actor-Female

Kangana Ranaut for Kites.
Kangana Ranaut for No Problem.
Kangana Ranaut for Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai
The Three Whatsisname Girls ( Neeru, Aruna, Nandana Sen) for Prince
Jiah Khan for Housefull

Golden Kela Worst Director

Anil Sharma for Veer.
Farah Khan for Tees Maar Khan
Ashutosh Gowariker for Khelein Hum Jee Jaan Sey.
Abbas Tyrewala for Jhootha Hi Sahi
Rohit Shetty for Golmaal 3.
Sanjay Leela Bhansali for Guzaarish
Sajid Khan for Housefull
Vipul Amrutlal Shah for Action Replayy

Golden Kela Worst Debutant Male

Aditya Narayan for Shaapit.
Chang for Badmaash Company.
Manish for Prince.Ranveer Singh for Band Baaja Baaraat.
Akshay Oberoi for Isi Life Mein
Golden Kela Worst Debutant Female

Zarine Khan for Veer
Aruna Shields & Neeru Bajwa for Prince
Sandeepa Dhar for Isi Life Mein
Barbara Mori for Kites
Pakhi Tyrewala for Jhoota Hi Sahi

The most-interesting award – Baawara Ho Gaya Hai Ke Award (Have you gone crazy)

The Whole Cast and Crew for My Name Is Khan
Ben Kingsley for Teen Patti.
Mani Ratnam for Ravaan
Yash Chopra for Pyaar Impossible, Badmaash Company, Lafangey Parindey, Band Baaja Baaraat
Ajay Devgan for Toonpur Ka Superrhero.
Abhay Deol for Aisha

Adhoore Hum – Break Ke Baad – HQ

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