Saturday, January 5, 2013

Deepika Padukone hot wallpapers photos 2013

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Deepika Padukone Biograogy

Deepika Padukone is an Indian actress and a former model and was born on 5th January, 1986. Deepika Padukone mainly appears in Hindi movies but has appeared in Tamil and Kannada language films as well. Deepika Padukone was born to badminton player Prakash Padukone in Copenhagen, Denmark and her family moved to Bangalore, India when she was 11 months old. Deepika’s father, Prakash Padukone, is a retired badminton player of international repute, mother is a travel agent and younger sister Anisha is a golf player. Deepika Padukone belongs to the Chitrapur Sarawat Brahmin community and speaks Konkani at home. Deepika Padukone attended Sophia High School in Bangalore, and completed her pre-university studies at Mount Carmel College Bangalore. While in high school, she played badminton at the state level. However, Deepika was not keen on pursuing a career as a badminton player. During the time of her film debut she was enrolled with the Indira Gandhi National Open University in Bachelors of Arts Sociology major.

Deepika Padukone – Modelling career
While in college, Deepika Padukone pursued a career in modeling. She was spotted in a fashion show at the National Law School, Bangalore. Over the years, Deepika modelled for Indian brand names like Liril, Dabur Lal powder, Close-Up toothpaste and Limca, and has been the “brand ambassador” for the Jewels of India retail jewellery show. The cosmetics company Maybelline made Deepika Padukone its international spokesperson. At the fifth annual Kingfisher Fashion Awards she was awarded the title “Model of the Year”. Shortly afterward, she was chosen as one of the models for the Kingfisher Swimsuit Calendar for 2006 and won two trophies at the Idea Zee Fashion Awards: “Female Model of the Year – (Commercial Assignments)” and “Fresh Face of the Year”. Deepika was also chosen as the brand ambassador of Kingfisher Airlines and later Levi Strauss and Tissot SA. In addition to that, she appeared in the music video for Himesh Reshammiya’s song Naam Hai Tera.

Deepika Padukone – Foray into Bollywood
Deepika Padukone made a successful Bollywood debut in 2007 with Farah Khan’s blockbuster Om Shanti Om opposite Shahrukh Khan. The film was a re-incarnation melodrama, featuring her in a double role. Her performance was well received, earning the actress a Filmfare Best Female Debut Award as well as her first Filmfare Best Actress nomination. Prior to Om Shanti Om, Deepika had debuted in a Kannada film Aishwarya.

Deepika was then seen playing a feisty, modern-day Indian woman,in the romantic comedy Bachna Ae Haseeno alongside Ranbir Kapoor, Bipasha Basu and Minissha Lamba. Deepika played a double role again in her next film, Chandni Chowk To China, which was a critical and commercial disaster. Deepika saw success with her movie Love Aaj Kal opposite Saif Ali Khan which went on to become a big hit. She received her second Filmfare Award for Best Actress nomination for the film. Deepika did a hit item umber in Shahrukh Khan’s fim Billu and also made guest appearances in the Telugu film Love 4 Ever and in Sohail Khan’s film Main Aur Mrs Khanna.

Deepika Padukone’s first release in 2010 was Excel Entertainment’s Karthik Calling Karthik. The thriller featured Farhan Akhtar as Karthik, a troubled schizophrenic man, and Padukone as his supportive girlfriend, Shonali Mukherjee. The film was a commercial failure. She then featured in Sajid Khan’s multistarrer Housefull with Akshay Kumar which became a blockbuster in India.

She then appeared in her second Yash Raj production, Lafangey Parindey opposite Neil Nitin Mukesh as a blind girl hell bent on winning a skating comeptition. Deepika’s next release was Kunal Kohli’s syrupy romance Break Ke Baad opposite Imran Khan, where she played Aaliya Khan, an impetuous brat. The film was not a commercial success, but won her favorable reviews. Her final release of 2010, Ashutosh Gowarikar’s Khelein Hum Jee Jaan Sey starrring Abhishek Bachchan, met with scathing reviews and was declared a flop. Deepika began the year 2011 with an item number in Rohan Sippy’s Dum Maaro Dum starring Abhishek Bachchan and Bipasha Basu in the lead. Her song was a remixed version of Zeenat Aman’s iconic song from Hare Rama Hare Krishna. The raunchy lyrics and suggestive dancing received mixed reviews.


Deepika Padukone,born 5 January 1986 in Mangalore, Karnataka, is an Indian model & Actress. She is the daughter of former badminton Champion Prakash Padukone. Her mother tongue is Konkani. Deepika has a younger sister named Anisha.

She has been modeling appearances in print and television advertising campaigns for Liril, Close-Up toothpaste and Limca, receiving many prestigious modeling offers, including brand ambassadorship of the Jewels of India, an annual jewelery exhibition. She hit the international scene when Maybelline made her their new international cover-girl face.

At the fifth annual Kingfisher Fashion Awards, for Indian models and designers, she was awarded the title of Model of the Year. Shortly after wards, she was chosen as one of the models for the Kingfisher Swimsuit Calendar for 2006, thus cementing her reputation as a supermodel. She also bagged two trophies at the Idea Zee F Awards in 2006 - female Model of the year (Commercial Assignments) and Fresh Face of the year.


Next Deepika featured in Prakash Jha’s reservation melodrama, Aarakshan starring alongside Amitabh Bachchan, as his daughter, and Saif Ali Khan, as his love-interest. Her latest release Desi Boyz has done well at the Box Office. Her upcoming releases for the next year are, Tamil film Rana opposite Rajnikanth, Homi Adajania’s Cocktail and Abbas-Mustan’s Race 2 both opposite Saif Ali Khan and Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani opposite Ranbir Kapoor.
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Friday, January 4, 2013

Deepti Bhatnagar hot wallpapers photos 2013


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Deepti Bhatnagar Biography

Born on September 30, 1967, Deepti caught the media spotlight when she was crowned Eves Weekly's Miss India contest in 1990. She went on to represent India in the Miss World contest and actually ended up finishing in the 5th place.

She continued to receive modeling assignments from Singapore based organizations, and eventually ended up running a handicrafts factory in her hometown of Meerut, where she had earlier attended a Meerut University-affiliated College.

When she came to Bombay in 1992 to promote her handicrafts, she received an offer to model for 'Roopmilan Sarees'; signed up for about a dozen more campaigns; gave up her in interest in handicrafts and took up modeling as a profession.

This attractive young woman was noticed and was approached to act in Sanjay Gupta's 'Ram Shastra'. Unfortunately, moved failed to make any impact at the box office.

Not discouraged she signed up for a few more films, however, none of them were able to launch her career. She has acted in a total of approximately 9 Hindi movies, 2 Telegu movies, and 1 English movie, from 1995 through to 2004. Two of the Hindi movies have been opposite Mithun Chakraborty.

She got married to Randeep Arya, and started her own production company 'Deepti Bhatnagar Productions'; hired about 20 staff, and acquired facilities of dubbing, editing, and post-production. She has managed to do this without any external financing or even loans.

Since 2001 she is involved in the production of 'Musafir Hoon Yaaron', a travel guide show; a religious travel show called 'Yatra'; and a TV serial called 'Kabhi Aaye Na Judaai'. All of these shows are telecast on Star Plus.


Deepti Bhatnagar was born in a Hindu Kayastha family from Meerut. She did her early education from Delhi and attended Meerut University. She moved to Mumbai in 1992 to identify a good ad agency to promote her handicrafts factory in Meerut, Uttar Pradesh.

Career

Bhatnagar was in Mumbai in 1992 for promoting her handicrafts, when she got an opportunity to sign for an ad agency to model for the Roopmilan saris’ press ad and after that ad she signed 12 more campaigns.[1] She had given up her interest in running the handicraft factory and entered into the professional modeling world. She won the Eves Weekly contest in 1990.[1] Soon afterwards, she was modeling in Singapore for various international fashion shows.[1]

Her first film role came in Sanjay Gupta's Ram Shastra, also starring Jackie Shroff and Manisha Koirala.[2] Some of her better known films are Pelli Sandadi (in Telugu), Inferno and the Aamir Khan starrer Mann.
In 2001, she ventured into television production with the travel shows Yatra, a religious travel guide show and Musafir Hoon Yaaron, an around the world travel guide show, both aired on STAR Plus. She also hosted both the shows.[3] She visited around 80 countries in 6 years for Musafir Hoon Yaaron.

She started her own production company, Deepti Bhatnagar Productions having facilities of dubbing, editing and post-production.

Personal life


Bhatnagar was in Mumbai in 1992 for promoting her handicrafts, when she got an opportunity to sign for an ad agency to model for the Roopmilan saris’ press ad and after that ad she signed 12 more campaigns.[1] She had given up her interest in running the handicraft factory and entered into the professional modeling world. She won the Eves Weekly contest in 1990.[1] Soon afterwards, she was modeling in Singapore for various international fashion shows.[1]

Her first film role came in Sanjay Gupta's Ram Shastra, also starring Jackie Shroff and Manisha Koirala.[2] Some of her better known films are Pelli Sandadi (in Telugu), Inferno and the Aamir Khan starrer Mann.
In 2001, she ventured into television production with the travel shows Yatra, a religious travel guide show and Musafir Hoon Yaaron, an around the world travel guide show, both aired on STAR Plus. She also hosted both the shows.[3] She visited around 80 countries in 6 years for Musafir Hoon Yaaron.

She started her own production company, Deepti Bhatnagar Productions having facilities of dubbing, editing and post-production.


Bhatnagar married her longtime boyfriend Randeep Arya, director of Musafir Hoon Yaroon. They have a son, Shubh, born on July 25, 2003. Bhatnagar gave birth to a second boy, named Shiv, at Breach Candy Hospital on January 8, 2008.

Filmography

Year Film Role Other notes
1995 Ram Shastra Ritu
1997 Pelli Sandadi Swapna Telugu film
1997 Dharma Chakkaram Tamil film
1997 Kaalia Kalicharan's wife
1997 Qahar Sapna
1997 Inferno Shalimar also known as Operation Cobra
1998 Auto Driver Telugu Film
1998 Humse Badhkar Kaun Deedee
1999 Dulhan Banoo Main Teri Radha 'Rani' D. Rai
1999 Mann Anita Singhania
2001 Chori Chori Chupke Chupke Dancer at Ghod Bharai
2001 Uljhan Anjali Mathur
2002 Kondaveeti Simhasanam Telugu Film
2002 Agni Varsha Dancer ('Chal Re Sajan')
2004 Rok Sako To Rok Lo Dev's Bhabhi


This move on her part actually benefited her more than anything else, she loves traveling, and since then has traveled in over 80 countries, and admits that she enjoys this work more than modeling and acting in movies.
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Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Vidya Balan hot wallpapers photos 2013

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Vidya Balan Biography

Vidya was born in Palghat, Kerala, India. Her family consists of her dad, P.R. Balan, who is the Vice-President of ETC Channel; mom - a home-maker, and an elder sister, Priya, who is married to Kedar. She also has an aunt by the name of Raji Raju.

The Balan family re-located to live at Road No. 11, near Ambedkar Garden, Chembur, Bombay, when Vidya was very young. She studied in St. Anthony's Convent School, and thereafter in St. Xavier's College from where she obtained a degree in Sociology. She then went on to obtain a Masters degree in Sociology from Bombay University.

She also studied and performed in Prithvi Theaters' workshops. Due to tradition of most Tamil-Iyer families, Vidya and her Priya learned Carnatic dance form during their early childhood days, but Vidya opted out as the dance classes took place early on Sunday mornings and as she is not an early riser.

Considerably overweight, rather tomboyish, during her school-days, and an ardent fan of Shahrukh Khan, she decided to shed those extra pounds when she elected to opt for modeling and movies.

Facing disappointment after being rejected by a Tamil producer, she nevertheless persisted until she got her first break with a Malyalam movie 'Chakram' opposite Mohanlal, however, the project was shelved, and she had to wait until 1998 to debut in a Surf Excel commercial. She then went on to appear in several commercials directed by Pradeep Sarkar. She completed nearly 90 such ads.

She appeared in three music videos for Pankaj Udhas, Euphoria, and Shubha Mudgal in supporting roles. She then also appeared in two TV serials Ekta Kapoor's 'Hum Paanch', and Ashok Pandit's 'Hanste Khelte'.

During 2003 she was signed-up to play a role in a Bengali movie 'Bhaalo Theko' opposite Joy Sengupta. This project was completed during the year 2006, and was a considerable hit.

Then during 2006 Vidya was approached by Vidhu Vinod Chopra during a pop-concert in Mumbai to play a lead role in 'Parineeta'. She then had to undergo 17 make-up shoots and 40 screen tests before being chosen for this role. All this hard work did result in success as 'Parineeta' was very well received so much so that the Tamil producer, who had previously rejected her, invited her to appear in a 'Dasavatharam' opposite Kamal Hassan, and now it was Vidya's turn to reject this offer which eventually went to 'Asin'.

About Vidya Balan

Birth Name: Vidya P Balan

She started her career by featuring in Ekta Kapoor's Hum Paanch. Not in her weirdest dream she had thought she will be the leading lady in the filmdom. The beauty all the way from South, Vidya Balan is known as critics delight.

Date Of Birth: 1 Januray 1978

Height: 5' 4" (1.63 m)
Biography:
Vidya Balan was born in a South Indian Tamil speaking Brahmin family in Palghat, Kerala, India. Her father P.R. Balan, who is the Vice-President of ETC Channel and her mom is a home-maker. She also has an elder sister, Priya, who is married to Kedar.

Vidya Balan's family shifted to Mumbai when Vidya was very young. They used to stay in Chembur. She studied in St. Anthony's Convent School, and thereafter in St. Xavier's College from where she obtained a degree in Sociology.

She also studied and performed in Prithvi Theaters' workshops. Vidya learned Carnatic dance for few years in her childhood days.

Vidya Balan was little plump in her school days. Since she had the ambition to make it big in Bollywood she shed all those extra kilos later she elected to opt for modeling and movies.

Her first break was in a Malyalam film Malyalam movie 'Chakram' opposite Mohanlal, however, the project was shelved, and she had to wait until 1998 to debut in a Surf Excel commercial. She completed nearly 90 such ads.

She appeared in three music videos for Pankaj Udhas, Euphoria, and Shubha Mudgal in supporting roles. She then also appeared in two TV serials Ekta Kapoor's 'Hum Paanch', and Ashok Pandit's 'Hanste Khelte'.

During 2003 she was signed-up to play a role in a Bengali movie 'Bhaalo Theko' opposite Joy Sengupta. This project was completed during the year 2006, and was a considerable hit.

Her debut film in bollywood was with Parinita in 2006 Vidya directed by Vidhu Vinod Chopra. Vidya had to go through 40 screen tests and 17 make-up shoots before she was finally chosen for the lead role in the film.

After all her hard work Parineeta did a wonderful decent business. Later she did lot of films in Bollywood where her performance was critically acclaimed. She was last seen in No One Killed Jessica which did well at the box office.

Presently she is shooting for Ekta Kapoor's The Dirty Picture which is based on real life story of South actress Silk Smitha.
Personal Life:
It is heard that Vidya Balan is dating Siddharth Roy Kapoor the head of UTV Motion Pictures. She was seen holidaying with him in Goa.


About Vidya Balan

Birth Name: Vidya P Balan

She started her career by featuring in Ekta Kapoor's Hum Paanch. Not in her weirdest dream she had thought she will be the leading lady in the filmdom. The beauty all the way from South, Vidya Balan is known as critics delight.

Date Of Birth: 1 Januray 1978

Height: 5' 4" (1.63 m)
Biography:
Vidya Balan was born in a South Indian Tamil speaking Brahmin family in Palghat, Kerala, India. Her father P.R. Balan, who is the Vice-President of ETC Channel and her mom is a home-maker. She also has an elder sister, Priya, who is married to Kedar.

Vidya Balan's family shifted to Mumbai when Vidya was very young. They used to stay in Chembur. She studied in St. Anthony's Convent School, and thereafter in St. Xavier's College from where she obtained a degree in Sociology.

She also studied and performed in Prithvi Theaters' workshops. Vidya learned Carnatic dance for few years in her childhood days.

Vidya Balan was little plump in her school days. Since she had the ambition to make it big in Bollywood she shed all those extra kilos later she elected to opt for modeling and movies.

Her first break was in a Malyalam film Malyalam movie 'Chakram' opposite Mohanlal, however, the project was shelved, and she had to wait until 1998 to debut in a Surf Excel commercial. She completed nearly 90 such ads.

She appeared in three music videos for Pankaj Udhas, Euphoria, and Shubha Mudgal in supporting roles. She then also appeared in two TV serials Ekta Kapoor's 'Hum Paanch', and Ashok Pandit's 'Hanste Khelte'.

During 2003 she was signed-up to play a role in a Bengali movie 'Bhaalo Theko' opposite Joy Sengupta. This project was completed during the year 2006, and was a considerable hit.

Her debut film in bollywood was with Parinita in 2006 Vidya directed by Vidhu Vinod Chopra. Vidya had to go through 40 screen tests and 17 make-up shoots before she was finally chosen for the lead role in the film.

After all her hard work Parineeta did a wonderful decent business. Later she did lot of films in Bollywood where her performance was critically acclaimed. She was last seen in No One Killed Jessica which did well at the box office.

Presently she is shooting for Ekta Kapoor's The Dirty Picture which is based on real life story of South actress Silk Smitha.
Personal Life:
It is heard that Vidya Balan is dating Siddharth Roy Kapoor the head of UTV Motion Pictures. She was seen holidaying with him in Goa.
Fashion:
There is something very consistent about Vidya Balan - she consistently gives great performances onscreen and she consistently tops the 'worst dressed celebrity list' off screen.


Fashion:
There is something very consistent about Vidya Balan - she consistently gives great performances onscreen and she consistently tops the 'worst dressed celebrity list' off screen.

Apart from acting, Vidya occupies herself for supporting education for young Indians by promoting children's' books; is associated with Americans for Aids Research; with Hale House - that provides support and housing for children born with HIV and drug abuse; as well as hosting forums and attending events for Harvard Aids Institute.

Single, never involved in any relationship or scandal, she claims to get along well with both female and male friends.

An ardent devotee of Bhagwan Shri Sai Baba, she makes it a point to attend Mandirs every Thursday. She is proficient in Tamil, Malyalam, Hindi, English, Bengali, and can also read Urdu.
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Yana Gupta hot wallpapers photos 2013


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Yana Gupta Biography

Birth Name: Yana Synkova (Yana Gupta)
Yana Gupta is a Czech model-actress currently working in India. She has appeared on numerous magazine covers, including Lakme, ELLE, Cosmopolitan and Femina.
Date of Birth: 23 April1979
Height: 5' 8" (1.73 m)
Biography:
Yana began her modeling career in 1990's. She even worked on brands like Nivea and Shiseido before settling in India, where her husband was based.

Yana Gupta was named the new face for Lakme cosmetics in India in 2001, replacing its former model Lisa Ray.

Yana came in spotlight after having replaced dusky beauty Bipasha Basu in the Bollywood movie "Dum" for the song 'Babuji' which made her famous for cameo item numbers.

Yaana was one of the strongest contenders in the popular TV show Khatron Ke Khiladi hosted by Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar. Fear Factor - Khatron Ke Khiladi on Colors TV. She was a participant in a Dancing show called Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa, Season 4, an Indian version of BBC's Strictly Come Dancing and ABC's Dancing with the Stars.
Personal Life:
Yana got married to Indian artist Satyakam Gupta in Pune and changed her last name from Synkova to Gupta. She divorced Gupta in 2005. In 2008 she altered her given name to Yaana.
Controversy:
Indian Media made a huge buzz about paparazzi pictures taken of Yaana at a charity event in Mumbai, wearing no panties. Yana Gupta, Sushila Nirali (the organizer of the event) and the photographer who clicked those photos were sued for the 'pantyless stunt'.
Fashion:
Yana believes in wearing long, swirling skirts and dresses. This has less to do with my being Czech and more to do with her love for dancing and a sense of movement in her clothes. In colors, red, orange, hot pink, works for her.
Filmography:
As An Actor
Murder 2 (July 8, 2011) (Released) ... Jyoti (Special Appearance) Chalo Dilli (April 29, 2011) (Released) ... Laila (Item Number) Kaisay Kahein (August 24, 2007) (Released) Aparichit (May 19, 2006) (Released) Rakht (September 3, 2004) (Released) ... Dancer
Dum (January 24, 2003) (Released) ... Dancer (Babuji Song: 'Bijli Giri')
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Urmila Matondkar hot wallpapers photos 2013


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Urmila Matondkar Biography

The daughter of a lecturer, actress Urmila Matondkar began her celluloid career as a child artiste with the film _Kalyug (1980)_. Although an average film at the box-office, her next film, Masoom (1983), about a family coping with an illegitimate member, showed her acting talents blossom and she received critical acclaim from both her fans and the film fraternity. She subsequently appeared in a number of films including Dacait (1987), where she plays Sunny Deol's under-aged sister who gets brutally raped.

Years later, Urmila then made her debut as an adult actress in N. Chandra's Narasimha (1991) opposite Sunny Deol . She then did the fantasy Chamatkar (1992/I) with the then-d├ębutant Shahrukh Khan and Shreemaan Aashique (1993), a comedy on male chauvinism opposite Anupam Kher and Rishi Kapoor and a crime movie Drohi (1992), But no matter what films she did, while her fellow actresses Manisha Koirala and Raveena Tandon reached the peak of their popularity with blockbuster after blockbuster, success seemed to elude her.

Then she did Ram Gopal Varma's Bollywood Dreams (1995), a tale of a girl's journey in the film industry. The movie came as a refreshing surprise and Urmila gave a magnificent performance, which is no small feet alongside actors Aamir Khan and Jackie Shroff, but what gave the film classic status was A.R. Rahman's music, Asha Bhosle's songs and designer Manish Malhotra, who transformed Urmila from a Maharashtrian middle-class girl into a sexy and glamorous actress. With this movie Urmila revolutionized sensuality on the Indian screen. What most actresses hadn't managed even after a dozen hits, Urmila had achieved with only one film. And ever since, she has been associated with Asha Bhosle's sensual voice and of course the image of the sizzling seductress - in fact, she is still known for her sizzling sensuality and her stunning looks.

However, Urmila is not to be judged only for her looks. She is also an actress of great talent and skill - her performance in Satya (1998) as a modest girl whose boyfriend, the titular character, gets sucked into the Bombay underworld is one of her best ever performances to date. And since 2000, she began to play roles of depth and substance, making an impact most notably in the films Pyaar Tune Kya Kiya... (2001), Om Jai Jagadish (2002), Pinjar (2003), a drama based on India's partition, Maine Gandhi Ko Nahin Mara (2005), about a man accused of Gandhi's murder and Banaras (2006).

As of 2006, she has acquired several assignments, both using her talents as an actress and as a seductress - she is doing Onir's Bas Ek Pal (2006) and Ram Gopal Varma's Sholay (2006), the latter of which audiences are eagerly waiting for with bated breath...

Today Urmila is known as one of Bollywood's most versatile actresses. After Sridevi, she is known to have the played the most varied characters next to fellow actresses Tabu and Mahima Chaudhry.
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Udita Goswami hot wallpapers photos 2013

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Udita Goswami Biography

Green-eyed Udita was born in Dehradun, India, in the Goswami family. Her parents are from the North-Eastern State of Assam. She comes from a very traditional and conservative family, and studied in Maa Anandmayi Memorial and D.A.V. Public schools until the 8th standard.

Always wanting to be part of showbiz, she was not quite happy with her life in Dehradun. When she proposed to re-locate to Bombay, her parents initially opposed, but subsequently let her have her own way.

Voluptuous, above average height, and sexy to boot, it was not long before her pictures were noticed by MTV. They approached her, and she subsequently became the winner of MTV Model Mission 2.

She soon started modeling for Nokia, Star Movies, Pepsi, and Titan watches.

She did her very first fashion feature photo-shoot with professional photographer Anand Seth.

In 2003 Bollywood actress turned film-maker, Pooja Bhatt, offered her a role in 'Paap', which failed to make any impact at the box office, but did get stunningly beautiful Udita noticed, so much so that she got an offer to act in 'Zeher' - a movie that made her famous virtually overnight. She has subsequently appeared in 'Aksar'; has a special appearance in 'Dil Diya Hai'; has appeared in a music video by Ahmed Patel titled 'Kya Khoob Lagti Ho' opposite Upen Patel

She has also been involved in political awareness & has done a show for the 'Sick Kids Foundation'.

She was award presenter in 2004 for the '49th Filmfare Awards'.

Her appearance in 'The Man' produced by 'Dharmendra' co-starring Sunny Deol, originally scheduled for a 2009/2010 release, is on hold.

This natural beauty, who is ranked amongst the 'Top 100 Beautiful Women', has taken it upon herself to review all offers that are coming her way and is also considering acting in commercial movies - if she likes the role.
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Twinkle Khanna hot wallpapers photos 2013


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Twinkle Khanna Biography

Very few people have the privilege of being born on the same day as their mom or dad, Tina is one of them. She was born on 29 December 1974, and shares her date of birth with her dad, Jatin alias super-star Rajesh Khanna, born in 1942. Tina is the daughter of well-known Bollywood actress, Dimple Kapadia; has a sister, Rinke, who is married to Industrialist Sameer Saran, and has a daughter. Her aunt is Bollywood actress and costume designer, Simple Kapadia. Her parents are no longer married to each other.

Tina, now renamed Twinkle, made her debut in 'Barsaat' at the age of 21, opposite Dharmendra's second son, Bobby Deol. This movie got an average box office rating, and catapulted both actors to a fair level of popularity. She then went on to star in a total of 15 movies, including one in Telugu ('Seenu') opposite Venkatesh. She has acted opposite Salman Khan, Govinda, Shahrukh Khan, Aamir Khan amongst others. She was the recipient of Best Debut award for her performance in 'Baraasat'.

She was once engaged to Rajiv Bhatia, alias Bollywood actor Akshaye Kumar, the engagement was broken, however, they did get engaged for a second time, and were subsequently married on 14 January 2001.

After her marriage, Twinkle quit acting, and subsequently gave birth to a baby boy, Araav, on 15 September 2002.

After Araav's birth, Twinkle, in partnership with Gurlein Manchanda, opened an Interior Design store (White Window) in Bombay's Crawford Market, and subsequently went on to receive the El Decor Award. She is in the process of opening another store in Bombay.
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