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Mahima Chaudhry Birthday Special: Did You Know Not Shah Rukh Khan But Aamir Khan Was Her First Co-star?

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Mahima Chaudhry Birthday Special: Did You Know Not Shah Rukh Khan But Aamir Khan Was Her First Co-star?

The headline might make you a bit confused but let us explain. It is said that Mahima Chaudhry debuted opposite Shah Rukh Khan in Pardes. That’s not wrong at all but he isn’t her first co-star or rather first superstar co-star. It was Aamir Khan. You may have seen a Pepsi commercial from the 90s which has Aamir, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and also, Mahima. It was one of those days when commercials used to make you fantasise about good looking neighbours. Reality is a lot different than that. Laal Singh Chaddha: Aamir Khan Will Start Shooting in Mumbai With Extra Safety Measures for Pregnant Kareena Kapoor Khan

The commercial has Mahima introducing herself as Aamir’s neighbours and asks if he has a bottle of Pepsi. In a bid to impress her, Aamir does a lot to grab one bottle of Pepsi and when he returns, there’s Sanju to entertain as well. Sanju being Aishwarya Rai. Check out the video right here.

Mahima in an interview with Pinkvilla recounted how she landed Pardes. She was called by Subhash Ghai’s office to meet him. But she dismissed it thinking she will never get the role. However, she did manage to meet him and Ghai saw her look from Kareeb. She was supposed to do the Vidhu Vinod Chopra film then. He immediately asked her to come to look test the next day.

(The above story first appeared on Onhike on Sep 13, 2020 08:40 AM IST. For more news and updates on politics, world, sports, entertainment and lifestyle, log on to our website onhike.com).

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On Yash Chopra’s 88th Birth Anniversary And On 50th Year Of YRF, Aditya Chopra Pens Down A Heartfelt Note

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On Yash Chopra’s 88th Birth Anniversary And On 50th Year Of YRF, Aditya Chopra Pens Down A Heartfelt Note

September 27, 2020, marks the 88th birth anniversary of Yash Chopra, the legendary director and producer of Bollywood. The man who has given several memorable films was considered among the best Indian filmmakers. He was honoured with numerous prestigious accolades for his contributions in the world of cinema, including the Dadasaheb Phalke Award in 2001 and the Padma Bhushan in 2005. This day is also special as Yash Raj Films aka YRF, the production and distribution company that was founded by the legend, enters its 50th year. On this day, Yash Chopra’s son, director-producer Aditya Chopra, has not only paid tribute to his late father, but also penned a heartfelt note as YRF celebrates its 50th year. YRF Museum in Works to Mark Production Banner’s 50th Anniversary.

Team YRF has shared a video that has a montage of pictures, sharing Yash Chopra’s lovely memories and moments with actors on sets that includes Shah Rukh Khan, Amitabh Bachchan, Rishi Kapoor and Anushka Sharma. While sharing this video, it was captioned as, “His cinematic brilliance is an inspiration for generations to come. His storytelling was passionate & all heart. Remembering the celebrated legend #YashChopra on his 88th birth anniversary.” Yash Chopra Birth Anniversary: 7 Movies Directed By The Legendary Filmmaker That Led To South Remakes.

Remembering The Legend Yash Chopra

On YRF’s 50th year, “50 years of celebrating movies, 50 years of entertaining you”, Aditya Chopra has penned down a heartfelt note. He has not only mentioned about his father Yash Chopra’s journey in the world of cinema but also thanked all the actors, directors, writers music directors, cinematographers, choreographers, technicians, executives and employees, all those who have been associated with Yash Raj Films throughout these years.

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Aditya Chopra concludes his note saying, “This is not only YRF’s success, it’s the success of the Indian Film Industry, which gave the platform for a self-made man to create a self-reliant, truly independent studio of the world.”

(The above story first appeared on Onhike on Sep 27, 2020 10:03 AM IST. For more news and updates on politics, world, sports, entertainment and lifestyle, log on to our website onhike.com).

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Daughter’s Day 2020: Heartwarming Bollywood Movies On Parent-Daughter Relationship That You Should Watch If Haven’t Already!

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Daughter's Day 2020: Heartwarming Bollywood Movies On Parent-Daughter Relationship That You Should Watch If Haven't Already!

It’s Daughter’s Day 2020! Bollywood has often given us the films to celebrate this amazing bond of parents and daughters. Be it mother-daughter relationship or a father-daughter one, they have often tugged at the fans’ heartstrings. Although in the history of Indian cinema there are ample of such movies, here are some of them that are just too close to the heart of the current generation. Take a look! Daughter’s Day 2020 Wishes & Images: WhatsApp Stickers, Quotes, Messages, GIFs, Facebook Status and SMS to Send Happy Daughter’s Day Greetings.

Piku– Shoojit Sircar’s movie throws light upon a sweet and goofy relationship between an adamant yet caring father (Amitabh Bachchan) with his independent and beautiful and slightly irritated daughter (Deepika Padukone).

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Shakuntala Devi- Even though this flick by Anu Menon is based on maths wizard Shakuntala Devi’s life, it is more than just that. It wonderfully captures the bitter-sweet relationship between Shakuntala (Vidya Balan) and her daugther Anupama Banerjee (Sanya Malhotra).

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Nil Battey Sannata- The Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari directorial is a fun and unique tale of a mother (Swara Bhaskar) and her daughter (Ria Shukla) who study Maths together in the same class. The ups and downs in their relationship due to embarrassment, misunderstanding, care and love makes must-watch.

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Angrezi Medium- This Homi Adajania movie is about a father (the late Irrfan Khan) and his daughter (Radhika Madan)’s cute, emotional bond. It’s about a father going out of his way to fulfill his daughter’s dream of studying in London.

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These were some of the films that you should be surely watching to experience a chuckles and tears, at the same time. Which is your favourite film based on a daughter?

(The above story first appeared on Onhike on Sep 27, 2020 10:00 AM IST. For more news and updates on politics, world, sports, entertainment and lifestyle, log on to our website onhike.com).

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Daughter’s Day 2020 Songs: From ‘Meri Duniya Tu Hi Re,’ to ‘Dilbaro,’ 7 Popular Bollywood Songs on Daughters You Will Love to Hear Time and Again!

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Daughter’s Day 2020 Songs: From ‘Meri Duniya Tu Hi Re,’ to ‘Dilbaro,’ 7 Popular Bollywood Songs on Daughters You Will Love to Hear Time and Again!

Daughters’ Day 2020 Songs: Daughter’s Day is around the corner, and people, especially daughters, are all excited to celebrate this annual affair. Daughters’ Day in India is observed on the 4th Sunday of the September month. The day celebrates God’s greatest gift, i.e. daughter, and commemorates the different roles she goes on to play in her life. The atmosphere is ecstatic, and people celebrate amidst grandeur festivities. There are a lot of songs one can hear on this Daughter’s Day to mark the celebrations. From ‘Babul Ki Duwayien’, to ‘Laadki’, to ‘Papa Ki Pari’, we at Onhike bring you the list of popular Daughter’s Day 2020 songs from Bollywood, which you will love to hear time and again. Daughter’s Day 2020 Songs: From ‘Meri Duniya Tu Hi Re,’ to ‘Dilbaro,’ 7 Popular Bollywood Songs on Daughters You Will Love to Hear Time and Again! 

1. Daughter’s Day Song #1: Meri Duniya Tu Hi Re Film: Heyy Babyy

The song ‘Meri Duniya Tu Hi Re’ from the movie Heyy Babyy is one of the cutest songs you can hear today. Sung by Shaan, Shankar Mahadevan, and Sonu Nigam, the song shows how warm-hearted fathers are for their daughters.

2. Daughters’ Day Song #2: Babul Ki Duwayien Film: Neelkamal

The song ‘Babul Ki Duwayein’ is one of the most iconic songs of all times. Sung by Mohammed Rafi, and filmed on Waheeda Rehman and Balraj Sahni, the song has become synonymous to Indian weddings. It’s soft, painful, and the lyrics carry a deep emotion. When is National Son’s Day 2020? Know Date and Significance Dedicated to Honour the Boy Child in Your Family!

3. Daughter’s Day Song #3: Mere Ghar Aayi Ek Nanhi Pari Film: Kabhi Kabhie

The song ‘Babul Ki Duwayein’ is one of the most iconic songs of all times. Sung by Mohammed Rafi, and filmed on Waheeda Rehman and Balraj Sahni, the song has become synonymous to Indian weddings. It’s soft, painful, and the lyrics carry a deep emotion.

4. Daughter’s Day Song #3: Mere Ghar Aayi Ek Nanhi Pari Film: Kabhi Kabhie

The depiction of a father-daughter relation in the song ‘Dilbaro’, from the movie Raazi, is very relatable and touchy. Filmed on Alia Bhatt and Vicky Kaushal, the lyrics and the cinematography of this emotional song will leave you in tears.

5. Daughter’s Day Song #5: Juhi Ki Kali Meri Laadli Film: Dil Ek Mandir

Who says the classic black-and-white songs are out of fashion? The song, ‘Juhi Ki Kali Meri Laadli’, is one of the most endearing songs you will ever see. Sung by Suman Kalyanpur, the yesteryear hit song shows how a daughter is the centre-figure in a family.

6. Daughter’s Day Song #6: Laadki | Album: Coke Studio (MTV S:4)

The song ‘Laadki’ is one of the most soulful songs you will ever listen. The lyrics of this MTV Coke Studio will surely leave you teary-eyed and will make you hear it on loop. Sung by various singers, the track will melt your heart like never before.

7. Daughters’ Day Song #7: Papa Ki Pari Film: Main Prem Ki Deewani Hoon

Here’s a peppy number for all the ‘Dad’s Little Angels’ out there. The song shows how much love and a strong bond does a father-daughter relationship has. Sung by Sunidhi Chauhan, and filmed on Kareena Kapoor, this song will spread a smile on your face.

Like it or not, a majority of daughters in India have to undergo a lot of troubles as compared to their male counterparts. However, it’s a good sign that the trend is changing. Daughters are loved, cared, treated equally, and given as many opportunities as the son in the family. Nonetheless, the debate is unending. Nevertheless, as the date of Daughters’ Day 2020, i.e. September 27 nears, here’s a big shout out to the shining daughters out there!

(The above story first appeared on Onhike on Sep 27, 2020 09:21 AM IST. For more news and updates on politics, world, sports, entertainment and lifestyle, log on to our website onhike.com).

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