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‘Aapse Pyaar Ho Gaya Hai Hume’ Is Comeback Of Anuradha Paudwal

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‘Aapse Pyaar Ho Gaya Hai Hume’ is a fast trending song on social media. This song was first posted under the very famous banner of ‘Laughing Colours’.

The song features Anuradha Paudwal and Jaswant Singh who are very renowned singers in the industry and there is no one who wouldn’t know them. Both of them have given a number of hits in their time.

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Anuradha has sung multiple songs in Bollywood as well as many bhajans for Tseries. Her voice is ultra soothing and very smooth on the ears. However, Anuradha has stopped singing for some time and had gone on a sabbatical only to be back for her fans. She had taken a 10-year break and is back with the song ‘Aapse Pyaar Ho Gaya Hai Hume’.

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On the other hand, Jaswant Singh is a renowned ghazal singer and has won accolades in his field. His expertise has drawn many people to him and he also has a huge fan base. He has collaborated with Anuradha Paudwal and Shantanu Gupta for the trending song ‘Aapse Pyaar Ho Gaya Hai Hume’.

 

Anuradha has won Padma Shri, National Film Award and also won Filmfare Award 4 times.

Anuradha recently was felicitated at Britain’s House of Commons for her contribution to music and charitable initiatives. “Music is my lifeline and when adulation and respect come from unexpected quarters, that too an invitation to be acknowledged in the historic and prestigious eight-decade-old House of Commons, it does feel great,” Anuradha said in a statement.

“I sing for those who love music. And the love, warmth and reciprocation make me feel honoured and respected. It is these moments that make us artistes feel that our struggle was well worth its while,” added the National Award-winning singer who has sung in Bollywood movies like “Aashiqui”, “Ram Lakhan”, “Saajan” and “Dil”, besides having an array of devotional songs to her credit.

 

Now she is on a tour in the UK and Australia. “I am awaiting my next destinations – Sri Lanka and the US. The tour is with Kumar Sanu with whom I share great respect and rapport,” she said. On the music front, she says “there is a very interesting devotional project on Adi Shankaracharya’s works”.

“It is still in its formative stage but it is an amazingly fulfilling musical tribute,” said Anuradha. She also wants to give back to society.

“I support martyrs’ families, aid villages which lack basic infrastructure and do my little bit. God has been kind and I want to pay it forward.”

 

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List Of Bollywood Movies That Are Based On The Subject Of Homosexuality

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It was a joyous moment for the members of the LGBT community in India as the Supreme Court in a historic judgement decriminalised Section 377.

Here is a list of some Bollywood films which spoke about the subject of homosexuality openly:

FIRE – 1996

The characters of Shabana Azmi and Nandita Das who played sisters in law get into a relationship in the film.

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DOSTANA – 2008

In the film, the characters of John Abraham and Abhishek Bachchan pretend to be gay in order to rent a house.

 

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ALIGARH – 2015

The much-acclaimed film depicted the true story of Ramchandra Siras, a professor of Marathi and the head of the Classical Modern Indian Languages Faculty at the famed Aligarh Muslim University. He gets suspended on grounds of morality. Manoj Bajpayee and Rajkummar Rao essayed key roles in the film.

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BOMBAY TALKIES – 2013

In this 2013 film, the film titled BOMBAY TALKIES depicts the attraction between the characters of Randeep Hooda and Saqib Saleem.

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MARGARITA WITH A STRAW – 2014

The film depicted the coming-of- the-age of the character of a girl suffering from cerebral palsy. The role is essayed by Kalki Koechlin and depicted her complex relationship with a blind girl essayed by Sayani Gupta.

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I AM – 2010

This film had two sub-plots Abhimanyu and Omar which centred around the topic of homosexuality. Sanjay Suri, Rahul Bose and Arjun Mathur essayed pivotal characters in the sub-plots.

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GIRLFRIEND – 2004

The film focused on the character of Isha Koppikar‘s obsessive relationship with the character of Amrita Arora.

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KAPOOR AND SONS – 2016

In this drama film, the character of Fawad Khan is depicted as gay.

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ANGRY INDIAN GODDESSESS – 2015

The film depicted the characters of Sarah Jane Dias and Tannishtha Chatterjee in a relationship.

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DEDH ISHQIYA – 2014

The film subtly displays a relationship between Madhuri Dixit and Huma Qureshi.

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MY BROTHER NIKHIL – 2014

One of the most sensitive and well-handled films which centred around the topic. The film depicted the life of the protagonist, Nikhil, from 1987 to 1994, when AIDS awareness in India was considerably low. Sanjay Suri and Juhi Chawla essayed key roles in the film.

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Unforgettable Films Directed By Anurag Kashyap You Need To Watch

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Anurag Kashyap is known for exceptional films in low-budget and his films often leave a mark on the viewer’s mind forever. He is someone who has truly changed the face of Indian films. The director is known to make films on a shoestring budget, leaving audiences impressed with his incredible storytelling.

 

On the occasion of his 46th birthday today, we bring to you a list of five of his best directorial ventures.

1. Gulaal

Gulaal is a multi-carrier film consisting of a talented ensemble of actors such as Kay Kay Menon, Piyush Mishra, Mahi Gill, Abhimanyu Singh, and Deepak Dobriyal.

It deals with important themes such as power, search for legitimacy and hypocrisy. This movie, quite like the 2007 release-Black Friday, received positive reviews from the critics and audiences.

2. DevD

 

Dev D was a modern day take on the 1917 Sharat Chandra Chattopadhyay’s love story, Devdas. The immense content notwithstanding, critics and audiences applauded the performances of Mahi (as Paro), Abhay (as Dev), and Kalki (as Chandramukhi aka Chanda). It also bagged music composer, Amit Trivedi, the National Award for Best Music Direction that year.

3. Gangs Of Wasseypur

Gangs of Wasseypur or GOW Part 1 and 2 are films that people still can’t get over. Based on the issue of the coal mafias in Jharkhand, the film showcases the tough times, rat race between three rival families in the state.

 

Performances of the entire star cast, particularly Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Huma Qureshi, Manoj Bajpayee and Richa Chaddha were highly appreciated by both critics and the audiences. The films were even nominated for the National Awards and Filmfare awards

4. Black Friday

Black Friday was originally to release in 2004, but its invective script delayed the process by three years, causing the film to hit screens in 2007. It won the Grand Jury Prize at the Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles and was nominated for the Best Film (Golden Leopard) award at the Locarno International Film Festival.

5. That Girl In Yellow Boots

The story is about a British girl, essayed by Kalki Koechlin, who faces challenges when she leaves home in pursuit of her father in India.

 

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Prince And Yuvika’s Wedding Details Out, The Couple To Have A Big Fat Wedding In October

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Prince Narula and Yuvika Chaudhary are one of the cutest couples on the small screen. The duo fell in love and got engaged last year and announced it on the social media with adorable pictures. The couple was seen flaunting their engagement rings and were looking all kinds of beautiful together.

Since the time they have been engaged, the couple did not stop themselves from talking about their marriage. However, the news about their marriage kept doing the rounds of the social media but none of the reports were confirmed.

Talking about their marriage plans, Prince had earlier quoted, “We will be getting married in October or November, this year. It will be a big fat Punjabi wedding. Destination is not yet decided but before this year ends, she will be my wife.”

While Yuvika had said, “It will be a grand wedding. Prince jo one sided pyaar itne zor shor se karta hai, toh imagine how much will he put in for his wedding.”

And now, the marriage details of Prince and Yuvika are finally out as their wedding day is drawing closer.

Earlier, there were reports about the couple tying the knot in mid-October this year. However, the dates and destination were not confirmed. And now, as per a leading web portal, Prince and Yuvika will be walking down the aisle on 12th October.

It will be a big fat Punjabi wedding with the functions spread across three days which will include Mehendi, Sangeet and Cocktail party. The functions will kick-start from 10th October.

The couple has booked Mumbai’s plush Sun N Sand Hotel where their big day is all set to take place. Apart from the main function which will take place in Mumbai, the couple will also host a grand reception in Prince’s hometown Chandigarh for their extended family and friends. The wedding cards will be distributed soon.

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The reports further reveal that the wedding preparations are in full swing in both the families. The bride-to-be Yuvika is supervising every detail personally as Prince is busy shooting for Naagin 3. As per reports, the couple won’t be heading for their honeymoon soon after marriage due to their work commitments. The couple will head to an exotic location later.

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