Sahar Malik is a cute and young Pakistani film actress who has acted in various Pakistani Punjabi, Urdu movies and Stage Dramas.
The popular dancer has now became popular as an actress in Pashto films, CD drama actress and a model.
Alisha is one of the popular stage actress and dancer. Alisha has acted in a number of stage plays. One of the notable stage shows in which Alisha has acted in is "Beatho Beatho Liya Dala", a Punjabi stage show.
Sherlyn Chopra has told that she is hotter and sexier than Sunny Leone. She told if she were given the opportunity, she would have done much better in terms of being erotic in "Jism 2."
Sherlyn Chopra had recently posted a couple of hot photos of hers’ in Twitter as gift for her followers. In one of the photos, she was lying down, wearing nothing and had used her hand to cover the upper part of her body.
Sherlyn posted in Twitter:
Opinion time! Between Ms.Leone n myself,who do you think would or could do complete justice to Jism 2 in terms of erotica n screen presence??(sic).
As for acting, out of numerous movies released featuring Sherlyn, none have made an impression on the movie goers.
Madiha Shah is one of the famous Pakistani film and stage actress.
Born as Rubina Butt on February 8, 1970 in Lahore, Madiha started her career in entertainment industry as a model and acted in Television. Lahore Television air her debut play, "Hari Bhari Chhaon" in Punjabi. In 1989 she also acted in Rashid Dar’s play "Sauraj Ke Sath Saath". Her role of a disabled girl in the play was very appreciated by the viewers. After showing her talent in a number of serials and plays movie producers approached her to ask her to act in films. But she didn’t accept any offers until she met director Altaf Hussain who offered her a role in her Lollywood debut film was "Nageena". The movie released in 1995 established her as an actress. Madiha became a top actress in mid 90s.
Kareena Kapoor says she loves mujra and she is very happy to do the mujra dance in her upcoming movie "Agent Vinod". She adds, it was a tribute to the queen of mujras, Rekha.
Kareena says, "Mujra has its own charm which comes from the music and the shayari. My favorite mujra is Rekha’s Salaam-e-Ishq from Muqaddar Ka Sikander." Kareena adds, "I feel lucky that I got a chance to even try out something like that."
If Kareena’s move is liked by the movie goers, Mujra might be the next sensation in Bollywood movie. If rumors are to be believed, Priyanka Chopra might also be doing a mujra number in Ekta Kapoor’s next production, "Shootout At Wadala".
Taking up Hindi lesson, working out in gym for a movie, Sunny Leone has kept her word that she can do anything for Jism 2.
In a tweet, Sunny told, "At the gym working on getting fit for @jism2. Lots of sexy scenes in the movie! Hehe."
Sunny Leone has finally signed the agreement to act in Jism 2. According to the producer and director Pooja Bhatt, the daughter of Mahesh Bhatt, Sunny will come to Delhi in March for the shooting of the movie. The shooting will be done in Delhi and Jaipur.
Pooja told that Sunny will play the role of a Delhi girl, just out of University. Two male leads for the movie are yet to be finalized – one young and other in his early 40s.
Pooja told that the script of the movie will be sent to Sunny well in advance so that she can prepare herself in her language. Sunny told that she had agreed to do the role only after she read the story and liked her character. Continue reading
Shilpa Shetty had a dream of performing a Mujra dance and the dream came true in the Zara Nachke Dikha Season 2, in 2010.
It seems Sunny Leone has confirmed her role in the upcoming Bollywood film Jism-2. In a Facebook page, Sunny apparently has written the following text: (although, there is no way to confirm the page was created by Sunny herself).
my upcoming Bollywood film official fan page of jism 2 create soon
Sunny had revealed earlier that she had always wanted to work in Bollywood. And, in the case of Jism 2, it was the director Mahesh Bhatt who approached Sunny. So, there is a higher probability of the the actress acting in the movie.
As night time approaches, the synchronised sounds of the tabla and the jingling ghunghroo reach a crescendo and the high-storey houses, with intricately carved balconies and awning windows, begin dazzling with bright lights. Their windows and doors remain ajar till the wee hours of the morning, offering potential customers a sneak peek of the revelry of music and dance going on inside.
Such was a typical night at the notorious Heera Mandi located in the heart of Old Lahore before the 1980s. Most continue to imagine the place as a wild alternative world of entertainment and debauchery. However, this perception of the Diamond Market starkly contrasts with its present reality. The landscape of Heera Mandi, where most businesses typically commenced past midnight, has drastically altered over the decades.
Waning kothas and missing dancing girls
Abdul Sattar*, who is in his mid-twenties, hails from a gharana which historically organised mujras. “We gave it up following threats by some unknown people to end this ‘business’,” says the young man, who is dressed in casual jeans and a blue t-shirt.