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Nargis Dutt (June 1, 1929 – May 3, 1981), was born in Calcutta. She was known by her screen name, Nargis. She was a leading Indian film actress and is regarded as one of the greatest actresses in the history of Hindi cinema. She made the Hindi film industry feel proud by giving the mast remembrable films like Mother India, Shree 420, Jagate raho and many more.

She made her screen debut as a child in Talash-E-Haq in 1935, but her acting carer began in 1942 with Tamanna. During a career that spanned from the 1940s to the 60s, Nargis appeared in numerous commercially successful as well as critically appreciated films, many of which featured her alongside actor and filmmaker Raj Kapoor. One of her best-known roles was that of Radha in the Academy Award-nominated Mother India, Oscar-nominated rural drama (1957). This aws the performance that won her Best Actress trophies at the Filmfare Awards and the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival.

Nargis married her Mother India co-star, actor Sunil Dutt, and left the film industry. Along with her husband, Nargis formed the Ajanta Arts Cultural Troupe, which roped in several leading actors and singers of the time and held stage shows at border areas. In early 1970s, she became the first patron of Spastics Society of India, and her subsequent work with the organisation brought her recognition as a social worker, and later a Rajya Sabha nomination in 1980.

Nargis died in 1981, she was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and underwent treatment for the disease at Sloan-Kettering Hospital in New York. Upon her return to India, her condition deteriorated, and she was admitted to Breach Candy Hospital in Mumbai. She sank into a coma on May 2, 1981 and passed away on May 3, 1981. Her absence at the premiere of her son's debut film Rocky on May 7, 1981, where one seat was kept vacant for her, was a nationally famous event. In 1982, the Nargis Dutt Memorial Cancer Foundation was established in her memory. The award for best feature film on national integration in the annual National Film Awards ceremony is called the Nargis Dutt Award in her honour.

Nargis had been romantically linked with Raj Kapoor with whom she was cast in most of her films. However, the rumoured affair did not materialise and Nargis went on to marry actor Sunil Dutt (himself a Mohyal from Jhelum, British India). Reportedly, Dutt had saved her life from a fire accident on the sets of Mother India. The couple married on March 11, 1958 and had three children together: Sanjay, Namrata, and Priya.

Movies by Nargis:

Nargis appeared in numerous movies after her film debut; she won lasting fame for her later, adult, roles, starting with at the age of 14, in Mehboob Khan's Taqdeer in 1943 opposite, Motilal. She starred in many popular Hindi-Urdu movies of the late 1940s and 1950s such as Barsaat (1949), Andaz (1949), Awaara (1951), Deedar (1951), Shree 420 (1955), and Chori Chori (1956). In most of her films she starred alongside Raj Kapoor and Dilip Kumar.

Talashe Haq (1935), Tamanna (1942), Taqdeer (1943), Humayun (1945), Bisvi Sadi (1945), Nargis (1946), Mehandi (1947), Mela (1948), Anokha Pyar (1948), Anjuman (1948), Aag (1948), Roomal (1949), Lahore (1949), Darogaji (1949), Barsaat (1949), Andaz (1949), Pyaar (1950), Meena Bazaar (1950), Khel (1950), Jogan (1950), Jan Pahchan (1950), Chhoti Bhabbi (1950), Babul (1950), Aadhi Raat (1950), Saagar (1951), Pyar Ki Baaten (1951), Hulchul (1951), Deedar (1951), Awaara (1951), Sheesha (1952), Bewafaa (1952), Ashiana (1952), Anhonee (1952), Amber (1952), Shikast (1953), Paapi (1953), Dhoon (1953), Aah (1953), Angarey (1954), Shree 420 (1955), Jagte Raho (1956), Chori Chori (1956), Pardesi (1957), Mother India (1957), Lajwanti (1958), Ghar Sansar (1958), Adalat (1958), Yaadein (1964), Raat Aur Din (1967), Tosa oneira stous dromous (1968),

Zeenat Aman

Zeenat Aman born on November 19, 1951, is an Indian actress who has boldly appeared in Bollywood films mainly in 1970s and 1980s. This was Zeenat who made the bollywood actresses to look like Western heroine. Her Father, Amanullah Khan was Muslim and mother, Scinda was Hindu. Her father was one of the writers for the blockbuster movies of Mughal-e-Azam and Pakeezah. Being graduated from St. Xavier's College, Mumbai Aman went to Southern California University, Los Angeles for further studies on student aid.


When she returned to India, she first took a job as a journalist for Femina and then later on moved on to modeling. One of the first few brands that she modeled for was Taj Mahal Tea and Television X Debut in 1966 exclusively. She was the second runner up in the M
iss India Contest and went on to win the Miss Asia Pacific in 1970. After doing all that successfully, Aman began her filmy career by the role in O. P. Ralhan's Hulchul in 1971 followed by Hungama (1971). The role of Aman in Hare Rama Hare Krishna won the heart of millions by the song by R. D. Burman. Aman earned a Filmfare Best Supporting Actress Award and BFJA Award for Best Actress. Aman and Dev Anand pair was that time hit and they had done in about half a dozen of films. Then "Yaadon Ki Baaraat' (1973) garnered her with much popularity and the queen of the million hearts. In which Her hip looks, carrying a guitar, singing 'churaliya hai tumne jo dil ko' (in Asha Bhonsle's voice) stole the million hearts. In 70's she was the woman, who covered the most Hindi film magazine's cover. And in December 1974, Cine Blitz magazine was launched with Zeenat Aman on its cover, a testimony to her popularity at the time. However, she went on as the favourite cover girl of the popular magazine 'Stardust'. Aman Standed out of the crowd in Bollywood films by doing the much different roles from the one which were done by the heroines of that time.


She picked up the roles different from that of an obedient wives and lovers on screen. Aman was drawn to more unconventional roles like the girl who falls in love with her mother's one-time lover (Prem Shastra), and a woman married to a caustic cripple but involved in an extramarital relationship (Dhund). Apart form these roles she also had done, the happy hooker (Manoranjan), the disenchanted hippie (Hare Rama Hare Krishna). And then for other flavor she also looked for the more conventional films like Chori Mera Kaam, Chhaila Babu, Dostana and Lawaaris.
Later in 1978, Zeenat was garnered with the Filmfare nomination as Best Actress for the film Satyam Shivam Sundaram (1978). This art drama by Raj Kapoor was heavely criticized as Kapoor chose to showcase Aman's sex-appeal in the film rather than its notion of the soul being more attractive than the body. In the 1980s, it became the trend for the multi-starrers films. Aman was then opted for providing the sex appeal in hero-oriented films. Inspite of this she earned the nomination for the Filmfare Best Actress nomination for her performance as a rape victim seeking justice in B. R. Chopra's Insaaf Ka Tarazu (1980). Her last role as the female lead was in the movie "Gawahi" a court room drama in 1989. Zeenat came back to the silver screen after a decade doing a cameo role in the film Bhopal Express, and she went on to do small roles in Boom (2003), Jaana... Let's Fall in Love (2006), Chaurahen (2007) & Ugly Aur Pagli (2008). Zeenat also received a Lifetime Achievement Award during the Zee Cine Awards function in 2008, as a recognition of her talent & contribution to Hindi Cinema.

Zeenat married Sanjay Khan (Abbas) during the making of the film Abdullah. Soon after the pack up of the movie, she was assaulted by Sanjay and his wife Zarine during a private party at the Taj Mahal Hotel in Colaba so badly that her eye was damaged - none of the guests intervened. In 1980's she got married to Mazhar Khan and had two sons Azaan and Zahaan. Mazhar Khan died in September 1998 (renal failure). Today, Aman lives with her two sons and makes many social appearances and film awards functions, she is rarely seen on screen.


Films done by Zeenat Aman
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Chaurahen (2007), Boom (2003), Bhopal Express (1999), Gawahi (1989), Namumkin (1988), Aurat (1986), Baat Ban Jaye (1986), Yaadon Ki Kasam (1985), Sohni Mahiwal (1984), Bandhan Kuchchey Dhaagon Ka (1983), Mahaan (1983), Ashanti (1982), Insaf Ka Tarazu (1980), Dostana (1980), Qurbani (1980), Alibaba Aur 40 Chor (1980), Bombay 405 Miles (1980), Don (1978), Satyam Shivam Sundaram: Love Sublime (1978), Heeralal Pannalal (1978), Darling Darling (1977), Ajanabee (1974), Manoranjan (1974), Roti Kapada Aur Makaan (1974), Dhund (1973), Yaadon Ki Baaraat (1973), Hare Raama Hare Krishna (1971).

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Hema Malini

Hema Malini, a dashing charming and glowing skin girl was born on October 16, 1948, in Ammankudi, Tiruchirapalli district, Tamil Nadu to V.S.R. Chakravarty and Jaya.. She was a leading Indian actress, director and producer, as well as a Bharatanatyam dancer-choreographer. She made the Bollywood to be proud of its hits films. She went on to appear in numerous successful Bollywood films, most notably those with actor and future-husband Dharmendra. She was initially promoted as "Dream Girl", and in 1977 starred in a film of the same name and is still known by this hit name, which made her different from others. She was known for both her comic and dramatic roles, and her accomplished classical dancing. Hema Malini is a dedicated Bharatanatyam artiste and her two daughters have trained in the related Odissi school of dance. The three have performed together at several charity dance concerts.

Hema is one of the most successful female filmstars in the history of Indian cinema. Appearing in over 150 films in a career span of 40 years, she has starred in a large number of hit films, and her performances in both commercial and arthouse cinema, were often recognised. She is also a member of India's Bharatiya Janata Party and represents the party in Rajya Sabha, the upper House of parliament. She now spends most of her time involved in charitable and social ventures, though she still makes occasional appearances in films.

Hema Malini being educated at Chennai first tried to enter films in 1964, but was rejected( by Tamil director Sridhar saying she had no star appeal). She then tried in bollywood. She debuted in a 1968 film Sapnon Ka Saudagar ("The Dreamseller"), playing a young teen opposite the ageing superstar Raj Kapoor. With Dev Anand in Johnny Mera Naam (1970), Hema became a top star. She worked with him again in Tere Mere Sapne (1971), among other films, with the latest being Aman Ke Farishtey (2003). Hema double-roled with Dharmendra and Sanjeev Kumar in 1972s Seeta Aur Geeta as the top female star in Bollywood. She became one of the reigning divas of the Bollywood film industry, and her fans called her The Dream Girl of Bollywood (an allusion to the movie of the same name where she starred opposite Dharamendra).

After taking a back seat from films for a number of years in the 1990s and early 2000s, Hema has recently made a comeback of sorts. She co-starred with Amitabh Bachchan in the successful film Baghban (2003), and played a cameo role (also opposite Bachchan) in the 2004 blockbuster Veer-Zaara. In both films, she played a beautiful, self-possessed, old married woman rather than the ingenuinee roles of her earlier career.

She also tried her hand at directing and made the 1992 film Dil Aashna Hai which featured an all-star cast including Shahrukh Khan and the late Divya Bharti. She also directed and starred in the TV serial Noopur, in which she was depicted as a Bharatanatyam dancer going to America. Stars of the Bollywood like Sanjeev Kumar and Jeetendra proposed to her, but she married Dharmendra a Jat Sikh on 2 May 1980. Dharmendra and Hema Malini had two daughters of their own: Esha Deol (born 1982) and Ahana Deol. Her daughter Esha, coached by her mother, is also an accomplished classical dancer.


Hema malini Won the filmfares in:
1973 - Filmfare Best Actress Award, Seeta Aur Geeta
1999 - Filmfare Lifetime Achievement Award


Hema Malini recieved other Awards which garnered her:

1998 - Guest of Honour Award at the 18th Ujala Cinema Express Awards, 2003 - Zee Cine Award for Lifetime Achievement, 2003 - Star Screen Award Jodi No. 1, Baghban (with Amitabh Bachchan), 2003 - Lifetime Achievement Award at the Bollywood Movie Awards, 2004 - Bollywood Movie Award - Most Sensational Actress for Baghban, 2004 - Sports World's "Jodi of the Year" along with Amitabh Bachchan for Baghban, 2004 - Icon of the year, 2009 - Lifetime Achievement Award at the 7th Pune International Film Festival (PIFF).

Honours given to Hema ji includes

Padma Shri, India's fourth highest civilian award from the Government of India in 2000, "Living Legend Award" by the Federation of Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) in recognition of her contribution to the Indian entertainment industry in 2004, The 2007 Bangkok International Film Festival screened several films starring Hema Malini in a special tribute programme in 2007, Honoured for her contribution to classical dance in 2008.


Hema malini had garnered her career with the flowers of those beautiful films which every one remembers. Hema Malini's list of films are:

Pandava Vanavasam (1961), Sapno Ka Saudagar (1968), Johny Mera Naam (1970), Tere Mere Sapne (1971), Andaz (1971), Seeta Aur Geeta (1972), Raja Jani (1972), Gora Aur Kala (1972), Jugnu (1973), Dost (1974), Sholay (1975), Sanyasi (1975), Khushboo (1975), Trishul (1978), Do Aur Do Paanch (1980), The Burning Train (1980), Naseeb (1981), Kranti (1981), Satte Pe Satta (1982), Desh Premee (1982), Nastik (1983), Vijay (1988), Hey Ram (2000) (Tamil), Baghban (2003), Veer-Zaara (2004) Special Appearance, Baabul (2006), Laaga Chunari Mein Daag (2007) Special Guest Appearance,


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HELEN

Helen Jairag Richardson Khan popularly known as Helen was born on October 21, 1939 in Burma. She is a beautiful, busty and fair-skinned, sex symbolised actress and dancer in Hindi film industry. Helen got her break when a family friend, an actress known as Cukoo, helped her find jobs as a chorus dancer in the films Shabistan and Awaara (1951). She was soon working regularly and was featured as a solo dancer in films such as Alif Laila (1952), Hoor-e-Arab (1953), and number "Mr. John O Baba Khan" in the film Baarish. Helen married Salim Khan, and become his second wife, in 1980. They adopted a girl, Arpita. Indian film actor Salman Khan is her step son and she has in fact acted as his monther in film "Hum dil de Chuke Sanam" and as his grand monther in film "Marigold".

A song sung by Geeta Dutt in the film Howrah Bridge, In 1958 made her famous. The film is of Shakti Samanta and the song was "Mera Naam Chin Chin Chu".

She played dramatic roles such as the rape victim in Shakti Samanta's Pagla Kahin Ka (1970). Writer Salim Khan helped her get roles in some of the movies he was co-scripting with Javed Akhtar: Imaam Dharam, Don, Dostana, and Sholay. This was followed by a role in Mahesh Bhatt's film Lahu Ke Do Rang (1979), for which she won a Filmfare Best Supporting Actress Award. She also performed numerous stage shows in London, Paris, and Hong Kong.

Helen retired from the screen for a number of years, but made a few guest roles in 1999 and 2000. In Mohabbatein, she plays the prim and proper head of a girls' school who is pulled out onto a dance floor and surprises everyone with her lively dancing. She also made a special appearance as Salman Khan's mother in the movie Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam. Helen was selected for the Padma Shri awards of 2009 along with Aishwarya Rai and Akshay Kumar.

Helen had acted in variousfilm in her career such as:

Awaara (1951), Alif Laila (1952), Hoor-e-Arab (1953), Miss Coca Cola (1955), Taksaal (1956), Changez Khan (1957), Howrah Bridge (1958), Twelve O'Clock (1958), Sawan (1959), Hum Hindustani (1960), Ek Phool char kante (1960), Dil Apna Aur Preet Parai (1960), Gunga Jamuna (1961), Umar Qaid (1961), China Town (1962), Aaya Toofan (1964), Cha Cha Cha (1964), Woh Kaun Thi? (1964), Gumnaam (1965), Lutera (1965), Khandan (1965), Kaajal (1965), Aulad (1965), Teesri Manzil (1966), Dus Lakh (1966), Night In London (1967), Jaal (1967), CID 909(1967), Jewel Thief(1967), Hare Kanch Ki Chooriyan(1967), Shikaar(1968), Vaasna(1968), Talaash (1969), Sachchai (1969), Ek Shriman Ek Shrimathi (1969), Prince (1969), Bikhre Moti (1969), Bhai Bahen (1969), Intequam (1969), Ansoo ban gaye phool (1969), Pagla Kahin Ka (1970), The Train (1970), Bombay Talkie (1970), Puraskar (1970), Caravan (1971), Nadaan (1971), Hulchul (1971), Hungama (1971), Yaar mera (1971), Upasana (1971), Mere Jeevan Saathi (1972), Rakhi aur Hathkadi (1972), Dil Daulat Duniya (1972), Apradh (1972), Dharkhan (1972), Anamika (1973), Shareef Badmash (1973), Aaj ki Taaza Khabar (1973), Geeta Mera Naam (1974), Benaam (1974), Madhosh (1974), Sholay (1975), Andhera (1975), Zakhmee (1975), Kaala Sona (1975), Saazish (1975), Bairaag (1976), Imaan Dharam (1977), Inkaar (1977), Khoon Pasina (1977), Amar Akbar Anthony (1977), Chala Murari Hero Ban Ne (1977), Don (1978), Be sharam (1978), Swarg Narak (1978), Phandebaaz (1978), Bandi (1978), Lahu Ke Do Rang (1979), The Great Gambler (1979), Ram Balram (1980), Shaan (1980), Abdullah (1980), Bombay 405 miles (1980), Chhupa chhupee (1981), Bulandi (1981), Raaz (1981), Sawaal (1982), Bond 303 (1986), Parchhayeen (1989), Akayla (1991), Khamoshi: The Musical (1996), Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam (1999), Mohabbatein (2000), Shararat (2002), Dil Ne Jise Apna Kahaa (2004), Anjaane: The Unknown (2006), Humko Deewana Kar Gaye (2006), Marigold (2007).

DIMPLE KAPADIA

Dimple Chunnibhai Kapadia, a stunning beauty with a fair skin was born on June 8, 1957. She is an Indian film actress who appears in Bollywood films for a long time. She was known for her glamorous looks, and challenging roles. She has done variety of roles spanning from sex symbol icon of Bobby and Saagar to serious roles in Rudaali. Raj Kapoor was the person, who discovered the talent of Dimple and introduced her in the 1973 movie Bobby. She was then only sweet sixteen.

She married actor Rajesh Khanna at the age of 16 and despite the success of Bobby, left the film industry to raise her children (her two daughters, Twinkle Khanna and Rinke Khanna). Her daughter, Twinkle Khanna, married to
an actor Akshay Kumar, is also a hot and sexy actress of her time. After the divorce of Dimple and Rajesh, Dimple returned to the film industry in 1985, in the film Saagar, where she once again appeared opposite her Bobby co-star, Rishi Kapoor. A brief role of a topless Kapadia made the film a ontroversial one at the time.

She then did many roles which were bold. Her sex scene with Anil Kapoor in Jaanbaz is still considered to be very bold, but today that scenes does not seems to be as hot as compared to the ones which are featuring at the present time.

Dimple had done many flavors of the roles and also won the National Film Award for Best Actress portrayal of her role in Rudaali in 1993. She was praised for her performance as an alcoholic in Dil Chahta Hai in 2001. In 2006 she s
tarred in her first English-language film Being Cyrus. The elderly Dimple has opted for mature roles of late. Playing either mother or grandmother roles, including a memorable comic performance as a pushy stage mother in "Luck By Chance"

She appeared in many movies as a leading roles throughout the 1980s and 1990s. She also had done various supporting roles afterwards.
Bobby (1973), Zakhmi Sher (1984), Manzil Manzil (1984), Saagar (1985), Pataal Bhairavi (1985), Lavaa (1985), Aitbaar (1985), Arjun (1985), Vikram (1986), Allah Rakha (1986), Janbaaz (1986), Insaaf (1987), Insaniyat Ke Dushman (1987), Kaash (1987), Saazish (1988), Mera Shikar (1988), Gunahon Ka Faisla (1988), Bees Saal Baad (1988), Aakhri Adaalat (1988), Kabzaa (1988), Mahaveera (1988), Zakhmi Aurat (1988), Ganga Tere Desh Mein (1988), Ram Lakhan (1989), Action (1989), Touhean (1989), Batwara (1989), Sikka (1989), Shehzaade (1989), Ladaai (1989), Pati Parmeshwar (1990), Kali Ganga (1990), Jai Shiv Shankar (1990), Drishti (1990), Aag Ka Gola (1990), Pyaar Ki Naam Qurbaan (1990), Lekin (1990), Prahaar: The Final Attack (1991), Naramsimha (1991), Mast Kalandar (1991), Haque (1991), Khoon Ka Karz(1991), Dushman Devta (1991), Ajooba (1991), Ranbhoomi (1991), Angaar (1992), Karm Yodha (1992), Dil Aashna Hai (1992), Rudaali (1993), Gunaah (1993), Aaj Kie Aurat (1993), Gardish (1993), Pathreela Raasta (1994), Krantiveer (1994), Antareen (1994), Share Bazaar (1997), Agni Chakra (1997), Mrityudaata (1997), 2001 (1998), Laawaris (1999), Hum Tum Pe Marte Hain (1999), Dil Chahta Hai (2001), Leela (2002), Hum Kaun Hai? (2004), Pyaar Mein Twist (2005), Being Cyrus (2006), Banaras - A Mystic Love Story (2006), Luck by Chance (2008), Jumbo (2008).

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BINDU

Bindu is a popular Indian actress popular during the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s. Bindu was born on January 17 1951, to a film producer Nanubhai Desai at small village(Hanuman Bhagda) of Valsad,Gujarat. Bindu's road to success was not an easy one. With her father's demise at the young age of 13 and being the eldest daughter, the burden of earning a daily meal fell on her young, frail shoulders. Bindu was beautiful, busty and fair-skinned, sex symbol of the Hindi film industry. In Anpadh (1962), Bindu played a young college graduate. There's no way a 11-year old could have played that role. That places her birth date in dispute. Bindu actually announced her arrival on the scene as a vamp. Bindu married a Gujarati Champaklal Zaveri. Later she divorced him.

Bindu's beginning is from Kati Patang which followed by Ittefaaq (1969) and Imtihaan (1974), with her mesmerizing performances as a seductress in Imtihaan and as a nymphomaniac in Hawas (1974), left audiences asking for more. With a string of hits behind her, she successfully managed to break out of the myth that married actresses usually do not go to become sex symbols, especially in the Hindi film industry.


Bindu acting ability was seen in the films like Hrishikesh Mukherjee's films Ar
jun Pandit and Abhimaan 1973, where she won raves for playing a very sympathetic character. These roles proved Bindu a lot more than just a sex symbol in the Hindi Film Industry. She also acted in Chaitali. She proved to be just as convincing as the crippled woman in Chaitali and as the deglamourised role of wife to Ashok Kumar, in Arjun Pandit.

The sexy and hot actress bindu being 5'6" tall, was never offered roles as the leading lady. Inspite of having extremely photogenic, blessed with a flawless complexion and sharp features, this lady could not get the deserving roles. It can be so because of her marriage. Bindu was a stunning beauty in her times and looks great without the makeup also. With her voluptuous figure, great looks, stunning beauty, she could have given all the leading actresses of those time a run for their money. But unfortunately it could not.


An impending pregnancy, followed by an unfortunate miscarriage, brought about a lull in her career. And today she is sometimes seen in the roles of cynical bua, chachi, mausi. She could not stay long away from the screen and seen in the films like Hero, Biwi Ho To Aisi and Kishen Kanhaiya and with many other such movies. Bindu is leading a low-profile life and makes fewer on-screen appearances, like the one in Shola Aur Shabnam which brought to the forefront the comic trait to her as an actress. She followed this with her light performance as the tip-top chachi in Hum Aapke Hain Kaun and Main Hoon Na.


Bindu in her career had done various films which are as follows:

Khamoshi (1969), Gaai Aur Gori (1973), Zanjeer (1973), Kati Patang, Ittefaq, Shankar Dada, Do Raaste, Laawaris (1981), Karma (1986), Biwi Ho To Aisi(1988), Kishen Kanhaiya (1990), Aankhen (1993), Hum Aapke Hain Kaun(1994), Judwaa (1996), Ehsaas is Tarah (1998), Aunty No.1 (1998), Banarasi Babu (1998), Hum Saath Saath Hain (1999), Mere Yaar Ki Shaadi Hai (2002), Main Hoon Naa (2004), Om Shanti Om (2007), Mehbooba (2008).