Thursday, November 12, 2009

Sylvester Stallone: Rocky, Rambo


Sylvester Stallone (born July 8, 1946) is a two-time Academy Award-nominated American actor, director, producer and screenwriter. He achieved his greatest successes in a number of action films, notably the Rocky and Rambo series.

Early life
Stallone was born in Hell’s Kitchen, New York. His mother, Jacqueline “Jackie” Labofish was an astrologer; his father, Frank Stallone, Sr., was an immigrant from Castellammare del Golfo, Sicily. One of his maternal great-grandmothers, Rosa Rabinovich, was from Odessa, Ukraine.In the 1960s, Stallone attended the American College of Switzerland, Leysin and the University of Miami for three years. He came within a few credit hours of graduation, before he decided to drop out and pursue an acting career. After Stallone’s request that his acting and life experiences be accepted in exchange for his remaining credits, he was granted a Bachelors of Fine Arts (BFA) degree by the President of the University of Miami in 1999.
Early film roles 1970-1975
Party at Kitty and Stud’s is a 1970 pornographic film. It has the distinction of being Sylvester Stallone’s first film. He was paid US$200 for two days work. Originally released as hardcore pornography, scenes of sexual penetration were edited out on later releases of the film designed to cash in on Stallone’s fame. These releases were re-packaged under the names of Italian Stallion (taken from Stallone’s nickname and a line from the film) and Cocky (a spoof of Rocky). Stallone’s other first few film roles were minor, and included brief uncredited appearances in Woody Allen’s Bananas (1971) as a subway thug, in the psychological thriller Klute (1971) as an extra dancing in a club, and in the Jack Lemmon vehicle Prisoner of 2nd Avenue (1975) as a youth. In the Lemmon film, Jack Lemmon chases and tackles Stallone, thinking he is a pickpocket. He had his first starring role in the cult hit The Lords of Flatbush (1974). In 1975 he appeared in supporting roles in Farewell, My Lovely, Capone, and another cult hit Death Race 2000. He also made guest appearances on the TV series Police Story and Kojak.
Success with Rocky and stardom 1976-1979
Sylvester Stallone: footprints and hands stamped at Hollywood walkthrough
Stallone did not gain world-wide fame until his starring role in the smash hit Rocky (1976). The film was awarded the 1976 Academy Award for Best Picture. On March 24, 1975, Stallone saw the Ali-Chuck Wepner fight which inspired the foundation idea of Rocky. That night Stallone went home, and in three days he had written the script for Rocky. After that, he tried to sell the script with the intention of playing the lead role. Robert Chartoff and Irwin Winkler in particular liked the script (which was suggested by Stallone after a casting), and planned on courting a star like Burt Reynolds or James Caan for the lead role. The final result was an unequalled success; Rocky was nominated for ten Academy Awards in all, including two for Stallone himself, for Best Actor and Best Original Screenplay. In addition to winning Best Picture, Rocky won for Best Director and Best Film Editing. Rocky cost about US$1.1 million to make, and grossed about US$225 million worldwide. The sequel Rocky II was released in 1979 and also became a major success, grossing US$200 million worldwide. The Rocky series has made the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art a Philadelphia tourist attraction. On the list of the top heroes of all time by American Film Institute (AFI) in 2003, Stallone is listed seventh as Rocky Balboa behind Gregory Peck (Atticus Finch), Harrison Ford (Indiana Jones), Sean Connery (James Bond), Humphrey Bogart (Rick Blaine), Gary Cooper (Will Kane) and Jodie Foster (Clarice Starling).
Rocky, Rambo and new film roles 1979-1989
Apart from the Rocky films, Stallone did many other films in the late 1970s and early 1980s with mixed success. He received critical praise for films such as F.I.S.T (1978), a drama in which he plays a warehouse worker, who becomes involved in the labor union leadership, Paradise Alley (1978), a family drama in which he plays a con-artist of three brothers and he along with his other brother try to help the one involved in wrestling and Escape to Victory (1981), a sports drama in which he plays a prisoner of war involved in a Nazi propaganda football tournament. Stallone then made the thriller film Nighthawks (1981), in which he plays a New York city cop who plays a cat and mouse game with a foreign terrorist, played by Rutger Hauer. These movies were well received, but they did not have box office success.
Personal life
Other famous members in Stallone’s family are his brother, actor/singer Frank Stallone and his mother, Jacqueline Stallone, who achieved notoriety in the middle 1990s as an astrologer. At the time of ownership, Stallone’s pet Bullmastiff, Butkus, appeared in the first Rocky film as an often-teased favorite pet of Balboa’s who lived in Adrian’s pet shop. Also Half-Brother: Dante Stallone born in 1997; son of Frank Stallone Sr and his fourth wife. Half-Sister: Toni-Ann Dialto,mother, Jacqueline Stallone.
Stallone has been married three times, to Sasha Czack (1974–1985), Brigitte Nielsen (1985–1987), and Jennifer Flavin (1997–present). He has five children, sons Sage Moonblood and Seargeoh, who is autistic (with Czack, born 1976 and 1979 respectively), and daughters Sophia Rose, Sistine Rose and Scarlett Rose (with Flavin, born 1996, 1998, 2002 respectively). He and Flavin, an Irish-American, were married at Winston Churchill’s birthplace, Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire, England.
In addition to these marriages, he has had romantic relationships with models Susan Anton, Angie Everhart, Naomi Campbell and Janice Dickinson. Dickinson once believed that Stallone was the father of her daughter Savannah.
Growth hormone controversy
On February 16, 2007, Stallone flew into Sydney, New South Wales as part of his promotional tour Rocky Balboa. Upon landing he was searched by Australian Customs officials, who found 48 vials of the human growth hormone (HGH) Jintropin in his personal luggage. As a result of this, he was charged one count of importing a prohibited import. The hormones are banned under the Australian Customs Act, are not approved by the US Food and Drug Administration and are not a recognised treatment for any medical condition. In a court hearing on May 15, 2007, he pleaded guilty to two charges of possessing a controlled substance. On May 21st 2007 he was formally convicted of importing restricted muscle-building hormones into Australia and ordered to pay more than $9,870 in fines and court costs. As a result of the controversy within Australia, Stallone banned the Australian media from attending the Los Angeles premiere of the film.
In a typed apology from Stallone, delivered to the court on May 15, Stallone said: “I made a terrible mistake. Not because I was attempting to deceive anyone but I was simply ignorant of your official rules and I wish to sincerely apologise to the court and the Australian community for my breach of Australian customs law. … I have never supported the use of illegal drugs or engaged in any illegal activities in my entire life. …I wish to express my deepest remorse and again apologise for my actions.”
Films starring Sylvester Stallone
• No Place to Hide (1970)
• The Lords of Flatbush (1974)
• Farewell, My Lovely (1975)
• Death Race 2000 (1975)
• Capone film (1975)
• Rocky (1976)
Paradise Alley (1978)
• F.I.S.T. (1978)
• Rocky II (1979)
• Victory (1981)
• Nighthawks (1981)
• First Blood (1982)
• Rocky III (1982)
• Rocky IV (1985)
• Tango & Cash (1989)
• Rocky V (1990)
• Oscar (1991)
• Cliffhanger (1993)
• Daylight (1996)
Cop Land (1997)
• Antz (1998)
• Shade (2003)
• Rocky Balboa (2006)
• John Rambo (2008)
• Poe (2008)

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Arnold Alois Schwarzenegger: Actor, Bodybuilder, Politician


Arnold Alois Schwarzenegger (German pronunciation (IPA) (born Thal, Austria, July 30, 1947) is an Austrian bodybuilder, actor and a politician, currently serving as the 38th Governor of the U.S. state of California. As a young man, Schwarzenegger gained widespread attention as a highly successful bodybuilder, and later gained worldwide fame as a Hollywood action film star, perhaps most famed for his role in the The Terminator series. Schwarzenegger was nicknamed “The Austrian Oak” in his body building days, “Arnie” during his acting career, and more recently “The Governator” (a portmanteau of Governor and Terminator, referring to his internationally popular film role).
Arnold Schwarzenegger was born in Thal, Austria, a city bordering the Styrian capital Graz, and christened Arnold Alois Schwarzenegger. His parents were the local police chief Gustav Schwarzenegger (1907 – 1972), and his wife, the former Aurelia Jadrny (1922 – 1998). They were married on October 20, 1945 – Gustav was 38, Aurelia a 23-year-old widow with a son named Meinhard. According to Schwarzenegger, both of his parents were “very strict”.”Back then in Austria it was a very different world –” he says, “if we did something bad or we disobeyed our parents, the rod was not sparred [sic].”It was a Roman Catholic family who attended Church every Sunday.Gustav, a frequently drunk local police chief, signed up for the Nazi party after the 1938 Anschluss. Still, in 1947, Gustav was allowed to work as a police officer as there was no evidence he had committed war crimes. He had a preference for Meinhard, the elder of the two sons.Schwarzenegger has said his father had “no patience for listening or understanding your problems…there was a wall; a real wall.”Schwarzenegger had a good relationship with his mother and kept in touch with her until her death.Schwarzenegger has reportedly disavowed Nazi views.In later life, Schwarzenegger commissioned the Simon Wiesenthal Centre to research his father’s wartime record, which came up with no evidence of atrocities.At school, Schwarzenegger was apparently “in the middle” but stood out for his “cheerful, good-humoured and exuberant” character.
As a boy, Schwarzenegger played many sports – heavily influenced by his father.He picked up his first “barbell” in 1960 when his soccer coach took his team to a local gym. At the age of 15 Schwarzenegger chose body-building over a career as a soccer player.Schwarzenegger has responded to a question asking if he was age 13 when he started weight-lifting: “I actually started weight training when I was fifteen but I’d been participating in sports, like soccer, for years so I felt that although I was slim, I was well-developed, at least enough so that I could start going to the gym and start Olympic lifting.”Schwarzenegger took to visiting a gym in Graz, where he also frequented the local cinemas to see bodybuilding idols such as Reg Park, Steve Reeves and Johnny Weissmuller on the big screen. “I was inspired by individuals like Reg Park and Steve Reeves.”In 1961 Schwarzenegger met former Mr Austria Kurt Marnul who invited him to train at the gym in Graz.He was so dedicated as a youngster that he was known to break into the local gym on weekends, when it was usually closed, so that he could train.”It would make me sick to miss a workout… I knew I couldn’t look at myself in the mirror the next morning if I didn’t do it.”Schwarzenegger was asked about his first movie experience as a boy, he replied: “I was very young, but I remember my father taking me to the Austrian theaters and seeing some newsreels. The first real movie I saw, that I distinctly remember, was a John Wayne movie.”
In 1971, Meinhard died in a car accident.He has since said that his brother was driving drunk. Gustav died the following year from a stroke.In Pumping Iron, Schwarzenegger claimed that he did not attend his father’s funeral because he was training for a bodybuilding contest. Later, he and the film’s producer both stated that this story was taken from another bodybuilder for the purpose of showing the extremes that some would go to for their sport, and to make Schwarzenegger’s image more cold and machine-like to fan controversy for the film.Barbara Baker, his first serious girlfriend has said he informed her of his father’s death without emotion and never spoke of his brother.
Move to the United States
Schwarzenegger moved to the United States in September 1968 at the age of 21, speaking little English.He confirms his poor grasp of English: “Naturally when I came to this country, my English was very bad, and my accent was also very strong which was an obstacle as I began to pursue acting.”There he trained at Gold’s Gym in Santa Monica, California, under the patronage of Joe Weider. From 1970-1974, one of Schwarzenegger’s weight training partners was Ric Drasin, the bodybuilder and professional wrestler who designed the original Gold’s Gym logo in 1973.Schwarzenegger also became good friends with professional wrestler “Superstar” Billy Graham.
Political Career
Schwarzenegger is a registered Republican. In 1985, Schwarzenegger appeared in Stop the Madness, an anti-drug music video sponsored by the Reagan administration. He first came to wide public notice as a Republican during the 1988 Presidential election, accompanying then Vice President George H.W. Bush at a campaign rally. Attacking Bush’s Democratic opponents, he said to the crowd: “They all look like a bunch of girlie men, right?”
Schwarzenegger’s first political appointment was as chairman of the President’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports, on which he served from 1990 to 1993.He was nominated by George H. W. Bush, who dubbed him “Conan the Republican”. He later served as Chairman for the California Governor’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports under Governor Pete Wilson.
In an interview with Talk Magazine in late 1999, Schwarzenegger was asked if he thought of running for office, he replied: “I think about it many times. The possibility is there, because I feel it inside. “The Hollywood Reporter claimed shortly after that Arnold sought to end speculation that he might run for governor of California. Following his initial comments, Schwarzenegger said: “I’m in show business…I am in the middle of my career. Why would I go away from that and jump into something else?”
The Running Man (1987), Predator (1987), Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991) (II) Collateral Damage (2002), Eraser (1996), True Lies (1994), Jingle All the Way (1996),
Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines (2003) ,The Terminator (1984), Twins (1988),Commando (1985), Red Heat (1988) ,Total Recall (1990),The 6th Day (2000), Batman & Robin (1997), Raw Deal (1986), Conan the Barbarian (1982).
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Nick Vujicic: A Great Man in the World Take Living Inspiration from Him


His name is Nick Vujicic and He give God the Glory for how He has used my testimony to touch thousands of hearts around the world! I was born without limbs and doctors have no medical explanation for this birth “defect“. As you can imagine, He was faced with many challenges and obstacles.
See What He Said
“Consider it pure joy, His Brothers, whenever you face trials of many kinds.”
….To count our hurt, pain and struggle as nothing but pure joy? As my parents were Christians, and my Dad even a Pastor of our church, they knew that verse very well. However, on the morning of the 4th of December 1982 in Melbourne (Australia), the last two words on the minds of my parents was “Praise God!”. Their firstborn son had been born without limbs! There were no warnings or time to prepare themselves for it. The doctors we shocked and had no answers at all! There is still no medical reason why this had happened and Nick now has a Brother and Sister who were born just like any other baby.
The whole church mourned over my birth and my parents were absolutely devastated. Everyone asked, “if God is a God of Love, then why would God let something this bad happen to not just anyone, but dedicated Christians?” My Dad thought I wouldn’t survive for very long, but tests proved that I was a healthy baby boy just with a few limbs missing.
Understandably, my parents had strong concern and evident fears of what kind of life I’d be able to lead. God provided them strength, wisdom and courage through those early years and soon after that I was old enough to go to school.
The law in Australia didn’t allow me to be integrated into a main-stream school because of my physical disability. God did miracles and gave my Mom the strength to fight for the law to be changed. I was one of the first disabled students to be integrated into a main-stream school.
The law in Australia didn’t allow me to be integrated into a main-stream school because of my physical disability. God did miracles and gave my Mom the strength to fight for the law to be changed. I was one of the first disabled students to be integrated into a main-stream school.
I liked going to school, and just try to live life like everyone else, but it was in my early years of school where I encountered uncomfortable times of feeling rejected, weird and bullied because of my physical difference. It was very hard for me to get used to, but with the support of my parents, I started to develop attitudes and values which helped me overcome these challenging times. I knew that I was different but on the inside I was just like everyone else. There were many times when I felt so low that I wouldn’t go to school just so I didn’t have to face all the negative attention. I was encouraged by my parents to ignore them and to try start making friends by just talking with some kids. Soon the students realized that I was just like them, and starting there God kept on blessing me with new friends.
There were times when I felt depressed and angry because I couldn’t change the way I was, or blame anyone for that matter. I went to Sunday School and learnt that God loves us all and that He cares for you. I understood that love to a point as a child, but I didn’t understand that if God loved me why did He make me like this? Is it because I did something wrong? I thought I must have because out of all the kids at school, I’m the only weird one. I felt like I was a burden to those around me and the sooner I go, the better it’d be for everyone. I wanted to end my pain and end my life at a young age, but I am thankful once again, for my parents and family who were always there to comfort me and give me strength.
Due to my emotional struggles I had experienced with bullying, self esteem and loneliness, God has implanted a passion of sharing my story and experiences to help others cope with whatever challenge they have in their life and let God turn it into a blessing. To encourage and inspire others to live to their fullest potential and not let anything get in the way of accomplishing their hopes and dreams.
One of the first lessons that I have learnt was not to take things for granted.
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Tuesday, November 10, 2009

A.R.Rahman – The Music Legend of India


Allah Rakha Rahman born on January 6, 1966 as A. S. Dileep Kumar in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India is a composer, best known for composing film scores and soundtracks.

Early life and influences
A. R. Rahman is the only son of R. K. Sekhar, a composer, arranger and conductor for Malayalam films. His father died when Rahman was nine years old, and his family used to rent out musical equipment to make ends meet. During early difficulties, an unexplainable illness of Rahman’s sister, Reihana disappeared after a visit by a Sufi saint. This led Dileep to convert to Islam, changing his name to Allah Rakha Rahman.
During these early years, Rahman served as a keyboardist and an arranger in bands with friends, embracing numerous music genres. He played the keyboard and piano, in addition to the synthesizer, the harmonium and the guitar. His curiosity in the synthesizer in particular increased because, he says, it was the “ideal combination of music and technology.” He began training in Carnatic music. At the age of 11, he joined the troupe of Indian composer Ilaiyaraaja as a keyboardist. He later played on the orchestra of M. S. Viswanathan and Ramesh Naidu, and accompanied Zakir Hussain and Kunnakudi Vaidyanathan on world tours. The experience allowed him to obtain a scholarship to Trinity College at Oxford University, where he graduated with a degree in Western classical music.

Other Works
He made an album Vande Mataram (1996) on India’s national song, singing the title song on the album. He followed it up with an album called Jana gana mana, a huge conglomeration of performances by all the leading exponents/artists of Indian classical music.
Andrew Lloyd Webber, a well known composer of musicals, was impressed with Rahman’s unique style and therefore hired him to compose his maiden stage production Bombay Dreams (2002). This play was well received in England. Furthermore, Rahman, along with the Finnish folk music band Värttinä, composed the music for The Lord of the Rings theatre production, which first opened in Toronto on March 23, 2006, a new production of which begins previewing in London at The Theatre Royal, Drury Lane from May 9, 2007.
On May 23rd 2006, a two-disc album soundtrack, titled Introducing A. R. Rahman, was released by Times Square Records, featuring 25 songs he composed from Tamil film soundtracks spanning 1993-2001. The compilation soundtrack was well received. Rahman has performed in concerts and tours worldwide. He performed at the Hollywood Bowl amphitheatre in July of 2006, with Indian singers Sukhwinder Singh, Hariharan and Sadhana Sargam, as well as American performing groups Raagapella and Global Rhythms, to a sell out crowd.
Music Style
Rahman’s interest in the works of Classical and Romantic period composers, Carnatic composers, early film composers and predecessors K. V. Mahadevan and Vishwanathan-Ramamoorthy of the Tamil film industry and others continued through his late teens. He further explored and trained in Carnatic music, Western classical, Hindustani music and the Qawalli style of Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, in addition to numerous other styles. His interest and outlook in music is said to stem from his love to experiment. As a result, his scores have alternated from songs and themes composed covering a variety of genres, with unconventionally-grouped instruments, and different vocal styles being used and combined together in some of his film soundtracks, to more traditional orchestral themes with leitmotif techniques composed in others. Rahman’s works often feature a mix of minimalist songs and evocative, thematic pieces, building on his differing chord progressions and rhythms. He has written scores and songs with new and varied melodic and percussive sounds from instruments of different music systems. This unique blend he pioneered would come to be known as his avant-garde sound.
Awards and Nominations
Ø 2003 Won Award for Technical Excellence Best Background Score for: Saathiya (2002)
Ø 2002 Won Popular Award Music Direction for: Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India (2001)
Ø Nominated Popular Award Music Direction for: Zubeidaa (2001)
Ø Nominated Popular Award Music Direction for: Fiza (2000) Shared with:
Ø Anu Malik Ranjit Barot
Ø 2000 Won Award for Artistic Excellence Music Direction for: Taal (1999)
Filmfare Awards
Ø 2007 Won Filmfare Award Best Music for: Rang De Basanti (2006)
Ø 2005 Won Filmfare Award Best Background Score for: Swades (2004)
Ø Nominated Filmfare Award Best Music Director for: Swades (2004)
Ø 2003 Won Filmfare Award Best Background Score for: The Legend of Bhagat Singh (2002) Best Music Director for: Saathiya (2002)
Ø 2002 Won Filmfare Award Best Music Director for: Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India (2001)
Ø 2000 Won Filmfare Award Best Music Director for: Taal (1999)
Ø 1999 Won Filmfare Award Best Music Director for: Dil Se.. (1998)
Ø 1996 Won Filmfare Award Best Music Director for: Rangeela (1995)
Ø 1995 Won R.D. Burman Award
National Film Awards, India
Ø 2003 Won Silver Lotus Award Best Music Direction for: Kannathil Muthamittal (2002)
Ø 2002 Won Silver Lotus Award Best Music Director for: Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India (2001)
Ø 1997 Won Silver Lotus Award Best Music Director for: Minsaara Kanavu (1997)
Ø 1993 Won Silver Lotus Award Best Music Director for: Roja (1992)

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Friday, November 6, 2009

Lata Mangeshkar – The Voice of India


Lata Mangeshkar born September 28, 1929 is a singer from India. Focusing mainly on Hindi film music, she is considered one of the foremost Indian vocalists of all time. She has sung in over twenty major Indian languages and has been deemed the Nightingale of India, an honorary name also used for Sarojini Naidu and M. S. Subbulakshmi. Popular singer Asha Bhosle happens to be one of her sisters.
Lata Mangeshkar is the only second Indian singer to have received the Bharat Ratna, India’s highest civilian honour,the other being M. S. Subbulakshmi. In fact, no other Indian singer of non-classical music has been awarded anything higher than the Padma Bhushan,the nation’s third highest civilian honour as of April 2007.
Mangeshkar was born in Indore, Madhya Pradesh to a classical singer and theatre actor named Dinanath Mangeshkar and his second wife named Shudhmati Mangeshkar (also known as Mai Mangeshkar). The Mangeshkars were a middle-class Maharashtrian family. Lata was the firstborn child, to be followed by siblings Hridayanath Mangeshkar, Asha Bhosle, Usha Mangeshkar and Meena Mangeshkar.
Raised in Maharashtra, at the age of 5 Mangeshkar started working as an actress in several plays known as “sangeet nataks” in which her father was performing. Her father also started giving her singing lessons. Dinanath’s recitals and lessons left a strong impression on his daughter, as did the music of K.L. Saigal, who was her father’s favorite singer and her idol.
Filmfare Awards
The Filmfare Awards for playback singing first started in 1958. In 1956, the song ‘Rasik Balma’ from the film Chori Chori won the Best Song Filmfare Award. Lata refused to sing it live in protest of absence of a Playback Singer category. The category was finally introduced in 1958. Though, separate awards for male & female singers were introduced later on.
Lata Mangeshkar monopolized the best female playback singer award from 1958 to 1966. In 1969, Lata made the unusual gesture of giving up Filmfare awards in order to promote fresh talent.
* 1958 – Aaja Re Pardesi from Madhumati
* 1962 – Kahi Deep Jale Kahi Dil from Bees Saal Baad
* 1965 – Tumhi Mere Mandir Tumhi Meri Pooja from Khandan
* 1969 – Aap Mujhe Achhe Lagne Lage from Jeene Ki Raah
* 1993 – Filmfare Lifetime Achievement Award
* 1993 – Filmfare felicitated by the Maharashra Government for completion of 50 years.
* 1994 – Filmfare Special Award for Didi Tera Devar Deewana from Hum Aapke Hai KaunNational Awards
* 1972 – Best Female Playback Singer for Parichay
* 1975 – Best Female Playback Singer for Kora Kaagaz
* 1990 – Best Female Playback Singer for Lekin
Maharashtra State Award
* 1966 – Best Playback Singer for Sadhi Mansa (Marathi)
* 1967 – Best Playback Singer for Jait Re Jait
Bengal Film Journalist’s Association Award
All Best Female Playback Singer
* 1964 – for Woh Kaun Thi
* 1967 – for Milan
* 1968 – for Raja Aur Rank
* 1969 – for Saraswati Chandra
* 1970 – for Do Raaste
* 1971 – for Tere Mere Sapne
* 1973 – for Marjina Abdulla (Bengali)
* 1973 – for Abhimaan
* 1975 – for Kora Kagaz.
* 1981 – for Ek Duje Ke Liye
* 1983 – A Portrait Of Lataji
* 1985 – for Ram Teri Ganga Maili.


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Monday, November 2, 2009

Amitabh Bachchan – The Popular Celebrity in World


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Name: Amitabh Bachchan
Born Date: October 11, 1942
Birth Place: Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh
Father Name: Harivansh Rai Bachchan
Mother Name: Teji Bachchan
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Children Name: Abhishek Bachchan & Shweta Nanda
Movie Career Started Year: 1969
First Film: Saat Hindustani

Amitabh Bachchan Acted Movies List:

Saat Hindustani
Bhuvan Shome
Reshma Aur Shera
Bombay Talkie
Pyar Ki Kahani
Bansi Birju
Piya Ka Ghar
Ek Nazar
Raaste Kaa Patthar
Bombay to Goa
Bada Kabutar
Bandhe Haath
Gehri Chaal
Namak Haraam
Kunwara Baap
Roti Kapda Aur Makaan
Chupke Chupke
Do Anjaane
Chhoti Si Baat
Kabhie Kabhie
Hera Pheri
Amar Akbar Anthony
Shatranj Ke Khilari
Immaan Dharam
Khoon Pasina
Ganga Ki Saugandh
Kasme Vaade
Muqaddar Ka Sikandar
The Great Gambler
Gol Maal
Mr. Natwarlal
Kaala Patthar
Do Aur Do Paanch (1980 film)
Ram Balram
Chashme Buddoor
Barsaat Ki Ek Raat
Walayati Babu
Satte Pe Satta
Desh Premee
Namak Halaal
Andha Kanoon
Jengo / Guru
Aakhree Raasta
Kaun Jeeta Kaun Haara
Soorma Bhopali
Hero Hiralal
Ganga Jamuna Saraswati
Main Azaad Hoon
Aaj Ka Arjun
Khuda Gawah
Tere Mere Sapne
Major Saab
Bade Miyan Chote Miyan
Lal Baadshah
Hindustan Ki Kasam
Hello Brother
Biwi No.1
Ek Rishtaa: The Bond of Love
Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham...
Hum Kisise Kum Nahin
Agni Varsha
Mumbai Se Aaya Mera Dost
Kyun! Ho Gaya Na...
Hum Kaun Hai
Ab Tumhare Hawale Watan Saathiyo
Waqt: The Race Against Time
Bunty Aur Babli
Viruddh... Family Comes First
Ramji Londonwale
Dil Jo Bhi Kahey
Ek Ajnabee
Family — Ties of Blood
Darna Zaroori Hai
Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna
Eklavya: The Royal Guard
Cheeni Kum
Shootout at Lokhandwala
Jhoom Barabar Jhoom
Ram Gopal Varma Ki Aag
Om Shanti Om
Jodhaa Akbar
Sarkar Raj
The Last Lear
God Tussi Great Ho
Yaar Meri Zindagi
Mr. Bhatti On Chutti
Teen Patti
Bbuddah... Hoga Terra Baap
Bol Bachchan
The Great Gatsby
Aankhen 2
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National Film Awards
  • Best Actor for Agneepath in 1990
  • Best Actor for Black in 2005
  • Best Actor for Paa in 2009

Filmfare Awards
  • Best Supporting Actor Award for Anand in 1971
  • Best Supporting Actor Award for Namak Haraam in 1973
  • Best Actor Award for Amar Akbar Anthony in 1977
  • Best Actor Award for Don in 1978
  • Lifetime Achievement Award (First Recipient) in 1990
  • Best Actor Award for Hum in 1991
  • Superstar of the Millennium in 2000
  • Best Supporting Actor Award for Mohabbatein in 2000
  • Critics Award for Best Actor for Aks in 2001
  • Power Award in 2003
  • Critics Award for Best Actor for Black in 2005
  • Best Actor Award for Black in 2005
  • Best Actor Award for Paa in 2010
  • Special Award for completing 40 years in the Indian film industry in 2011

International Indian Film Academy Awards (IIFA Awards)

  •  Special Honorary Award in 2000
  •  Best Supporting Actor Award for Mohabbatein in 2001
  •  Personality of the Year in 2002
  •  Wall of Fame in 2006
  •  Best Actor Award for Black in 2006
  •  Best Actor Award for Paa in 2010

Screen Awards

  • Award for Jodi No. 1 along with Hema Malini for Baghban in 2003
  • Distinction In Acting Award for Baghban in 2003
  • Most Outstanding Personality in 2004
  • Best Actor for Black in 2005
  • Best Actor (Critics) for Cheeni Kum in 2007
  • Best Actor for Paa in 2010
  • Award for Jodi No. 1 along with Abhishek Bachchan for Paa in 201

Stardust Awards

  •  Best Artist of the Millennium by Hero Honda in 2000
  •  Award for Lifetime Achievement in 2003
  •  Special Award for the film Baghban in 2004
  •  Special Award for the film Black in 2005
  •  Star of the Year Award - Male for Black in 2006
  •  Best Actor Award for The Last Lear in 2009
  •  Star of the Year Award - Male for Paa in 2010
  •  "Pride of the Industry" Award in 2011

Bollywood Movie Awards

  • Critics Award Male for Mohabbatein in 2001
  • Most Sensational Actor for Kaante in 2003
  • Best Actor for Black in 2006

Bengal Film Journalists' Association Awards

  •  Best Actor in Supporting Role for Anand in 1971
  •  Best Actor for Mili in 1975
  •  Satyajit Ray Lifetime Achievement Award in 2003
  •  Best Actor for Black in 2005

Apsara Film & Television Producers Guild Awards

  • Best Actor in a Leading Role for Black in 2006
  • Lifetime Achievement Award in 2010
  • Best Actor in a Leading Role for Paa in 2011
  • Guild Honor For Excellence On TV for Kaun Banega Crorepati in 2012

Zee Cine Awards

  •  Award for Lifetime Achievement in 2003
  •  Golden Grade Award in 2004
  •  Best Actor- Male for Black in 2006
The Global Indian Film and Television Honours

  •  Power Personality of The Decade in 2011
  •  Life Time Achievement Award in 2012
  •  Best Host for Kaun Banega Crorepati in 2012

BIG Star Entertainment Awards

  • Complete Entertainerof The Decade in 2010
  • Best Actor (Social role) for Aarakshan in 2011
  • Complete Entertainer in 2011

Indian Television Academy Awards

  • Best Host for Kaun Banega Crorepati in 2001
  • Best Anchor Game/Quiz Show for Kaun Banega Crorepati in 2001
  • Best Anchor of a Game Show for Kaun Banega Crorepati in 2005
  • Best Anchor of a Game Show for Kaun Banega Crorepati in 2006
  • Best Anchor Talk/Chat Show for Bigg Boss (season 3) in 2010
  • Best Anchor Game/Quiz Show for Kaun Banega Crorepati in 2011

BIG Television Awards

  • Shaksiyat of the year for Kaun Banega Crorepati in 2011
  • "Distinguished Personality" in 2011

Indian Telly Awards

  • TV Personality of the Year 2000 for Kaun Banega Crorepati in 2001
  • TV Anchor of The Year for Kaun Banega Crorepati in 2002
  • Best TV Anchor for Kaun Banega Crorepati in 2005
  • Best TV Anchor for Kaun Banega Crorepati in 2012

STAR Parivaar Awards

  •  Pitamah of STAR Parivaar for Kaun Banega Crorepati in 2003

Indian Television Awards

  • Screen Videocon Awards: Best Anchor Award for Kaun Banega Crorepati in 2000

Other Awards

  • "Saraswati Award" for Anand in 1970
  • Lifetime Achievement Award from the Rotary Club of Bombay (Mumbai) in 1989
  • "Distinguished Alumni " award at the inaugural function of the platinum jubilee celebrations of the Capital's largest Central University in 1997
  • Lifetime Achievement Award at the Omega Award for Excellence in 1998
  • All-India Critics Association (AICA): Best Actor Award for Sooryavansham in 2000
  • Sansui Viewers Choice Awards: Best Supporting Actor for Mohabbatein in 2000
  • Bollywood People's Choice Awards: Best Supporting Actor for Mohabbatein in 200
  • Zee Gold Awards: Critics Award for Best Male for Mohabbatein in 2001
  • “Icon of the Millennium” award at the 32nd Rupa AIFA Awards at Bandra in 2002
  • Lifetime Achievement Award by the Sansui Viewers' Choice Movie Awards in 2002
  • MTV Lycra Awards: Maha Style Icon of the Year (First Recipient) in 2003
  • "Bollywood's Lifetime Achievement Award" by the London-based Asian Guild in 2003
  • Lifetime Achievement Award at the Sangeet Shiromani Award in 2003
  • "Radio Voice of the Year" award by Radio Mirchi in 2004
  • Sansui Viewer's Choice Movie Awards: Personality of the Year in 2004
  • Bollywood People's Choice Awards: Best Actor for Black in 2006
  • Lifetime Achievement Award at AXN Action Awards in 2006
  • Special Award for his contribution to Indian cinema at the 9th Mumbai Academy of the Moving Image International Film in 2007
  • Lifetime Achievement Award at Gentleman Quarterly magazine's "Men of the Year" Award in 2009
  • Lifetime Achievement Award for completing 40 years in the entertainment industry at the 11th Mumbai Academy of Moving Images (MAMI) in 2009
  • NDTV Indian of the Year Awards: NDTV icon of 21 years of Entertainment award in 2009
  • Special Award at the Marathi International Film and Theatre Awards (MIFTA) for his excellent work in films in 2009
  • Lines Gold Award: Best Actor for Paa in 2010
  • 'FICCI Frames 2010' Excellence Awards: Best Actor for Paa in 2010
  • "Taj Enlighten Tareef Award" for his contribution to Indian film industry in 2010
  • "Timeless Icon" award at the 'Hello! Hall Of Fame' in 2010
  •  Lifetime Achievement Award by Asianet Film Awards in 2010
  •  Lifetime Achievement Award at the Pune Film Festival for contribution to cinema in 2012
  •  'FICCI Frames 2012' Excellence Awards: "Award for maximum impact made by a Personality" in 2012
  •  Phalke Ratna Award at the Dadasaheb Phalke Academy Awards in 2012

National Honours

  • Awadh Samman by the Government of Uttar Pradesh in 1980
  • Padma Shri, India's fourth highest civilian honour from the Government of India in 1984
  • "Yash Bharati Samman", UP state's highest civilian honour from the Government of Uttar Pradesh in 1995
  • Padma Bhushan, India's third highest civilian honour from the Government of India in 2001
  • "Dayawati Modi" Award. This award is among the highest awards in India in the field of Art, Culture and Education in 2002
  •  National Kishore Kumar Award by the Government of Madhya Pradesh for excellence in acting and his unparalleled contribution to the film industry in 2002
  • Honorary Doctorate by the Jhansi University in 2004
  • "Living Legend" Award by the Federation of Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) in recognition of his contribution to the Indian entertainment industry in 2004
  • Deenanath Mangeshkar award for his contribution to films and music in 2005
  • Honorary Doctorate Degree on by his Alma Mater Delhi University in 2006
  • IIFA-FICCI Frames, "Most Powerful Entertainer of the Decade Award" for his contribution to Indian cinema in 2009
  • "Abhinaya Chakravarthy" Award by the President of India Pratibha Patil in 2011
  • "Maharashtrian of the Year-the Maanbindu" Award by the President of India Pratibha Patil in 2011

International Honours and Recognitions

  • "Greatest Star of stage or screen of the Millennium" in July 1999 by BBC.
  • Became the first living Asian to have been immortalised in wax at London's prestigious Madame Tussauds Wax Museum in June 2000.
  • "Actor of the Century" Award in September 10,  2001 at Alexandria International Film Festival.
  • Honoured at the Marrakech International Film Festival in October 2003.
  • TIME magazine dubbed Bachchan as "the undisputed Godfather of Bollywood" in October 2003.
  • An Honorary degree of Doctor of Arts by De Montfort University in Leicester, UK on July 19, 2006.
  • France's highest civilian honour award in January 27, 2007.
  • An Honorary degree of Doctor of Arts by The University Brandan Foster by the Leeds Metropolitan University in Yorkshire in June 2007.
  • Honoured by the London Mayor Ken Livingstone with "The Visit London Special Award for Outstanding Achievement" for his contribution to Indian cinema in the last 30 years in November 22, 2007.
  • Honoured with the World Economic Forum's Crystal Award at Davos for his contribution to the world of art in 31 January 2009.
  • Lifetime Achievement Award at Tehran Film Festival in 2009.
  • Lifetime Achievement Award at the Dubai International Film Festival for his outstanding contribution to cinema in December 2009.
  • Honoured with the 8th Asian Film Cultural Award for his contribution to cinema for 40 years in December 2009.
  • Named the list of CNN's "top 25 Asian actors of all time" in March 2010.
  • Honoured with a Lifetime Achievement Award at the Sixth Muscat International Film Festival (Miff) in February 2010.
  • Honoured with a Lifetime Achievement Award during the 4th Asian Film Awards in Hong Kong in 25 March 2010.
  • Honoured with a Lifetime Achievement Award at The Asian Awards in London in October 2010.
  • Honorary Doctorate by the Queensland University of Technology in Australia for his contribution to the world of entertainment in October 2011.

Other Recognitions

  • FPFAC 'Achiever' Awards: "Achiever of the Year" award in 2003
  • Ranked as the "Most popular Star in India" by the Hansa Research's new syndicated study, Celebrity Track in 2005
  • “Diamond of India” award by The International Gemological Institute (IGI) in 2005
  •  He is called among the "Top 5 Most Influential Indians of the Decade" in 2009


  • Voted the "Hottest Male Vegetarian" by 'People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals' (PETA) in 2002
  • Voted the "Greatest Actor" in the film personalities category in the Best of India poll conducted by Zee News in 2003
  • Voted NDTV Indian of the Year through a nationwide poll in 2005
  • Voted "Entertainer of the Year" in 2006
  • Voted "Real Star of Stars" by reader's choice in 2006
  • Voted "Asia's Sexiest Vegetarian man" in 2008
  • Voted CNN-IBN Indian of the Year through a nationwide poll in 2011

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