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Posted: 11 November 2012 at 11:51am | IP Logged
In the end, as the saying goes..."You reap what you sow"

Whoever had worked honestly and had done things sincerely and with true intentions will never get bad things in life..and will surely one day get the rewards of what he/she had sown.



My mom always says this..and I know now that this is what will happen.

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Posted: 11 November 2012 at 11:52am | IP Logged
Check Khushboorath's post on this page:

http://www.india-forums.com/forum_posts.asp?TID=3285831&TPN=5

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Posted: 11 November 2012 at 11:57am | IP Logged
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Anyone in the mood to play "complete the sentence"? 

Read this. Though you'll get what is being said, the way it has been written is a bit...haphazard, to say the least.

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Posted: 11 November 2012 at 11:58am | IP Logged
Why TV actors fail to make it big in second innings?
Barun Sobti has decided to quit 'Iss Pyaar Ko Kya Naam Doon'
Sometimes magic can't be recreated. For small screen stars it is a feat next to impossible. Once they have won hearts living a screen character for weeks/months (and if lucky, may be years), and the show rolls off the air waves, they can seldom walk into another role and find acceptance with their audience. 

Think Rajeev Khandelwal, Eijaz Khan, Sushant Singh Rajput, Karan Singh Grover, Harshad Chopra, Mishal Raheja and now Barun Sobti. Prime time television's hottest heartthrobs who had an enviable fan following, were unacknowledged superstars of the soapbox, gave up on their shows when they (and even the show) were at the peak of popularity, and are waiting patiently to recreate that mass hysteria their sheer presence invoked once, without much success. Rajeev quit Ekta Kapoor's epynomous show Kahin To Hoga after 'creative differences', and was replaced by another model-actor. The show shut shop within months, and while Rajeev did go on to do a couple of TV soaps (Time Bomb and Left Right Left), hosted a reality show (Sach Ka Samna) and even made his debut in a critically acclaimed film (Aamir), but four years down the line, he's still looking for "good work", after delivering a couple of flops. 

Eijaz Khan was unluckier. After Kavya Anjali wrapped up, Eijaz had hoped for a Bollywoodcareer, only his debut film got shelved. A disheartened Eijaz played the baddie's side kick in a couple of south films, tried to make a half hearted attempt at a comeback in a show that tanked within weeks of airing. 

Sushant, who was the utterly loveable Manav, the ideal son of Pavitra Rishta too quit his show because in his own words, he couldn't "identify" with the character any more after playing it for two years and needed a "break"! Of course he's pinning his hopes on Abhishek Kapoor's Kai Po Che, and has bagged a second lead role in Aamir Khan's PK, but superstardom is quite a pipe dream for now! 

Karan aka KSG, did a yo-yo from Bollywood to TV, back and forth. After a not so memorable debut in Bhram, Delhi model-actor Karan cut his acting teeth in Parivar, Kasauti Zindagi Kayand then landed the male lead's role in Dill Mill Gayye, a youthful medical romance where he played Dr. Armaan Mallik. It was a show that catapulted Karan to dizzy heights of stardom overnight until he left the show one and half years later for a six month break (spent in trying a toehold in Bollywood films). When he returned, he was welcomed back by his fans, but by thenDMG had lost its spark and ended without even making much of an impact. Karan's back on television in Qubool Hai as the angry young biz man, earnestly trying to find his slot back. 

Harshad who was much loved as Prem (Kis Desh Mein Hai Mera Dil) and did his share of soaps (Tere Liye, Dharam Patni and Dil Se Di Dua...Saubhagyavati Bhav?) is still trying to find "creative highs" after being Prem. Mishal Raheja who made Dattabhau's character in Lagi Tujh Se Lagan extremely popular left the show reportedly due to 'internal politics' on the sets. Shabbir Ahluwalia stepped in his shoes, but the show went off air son enough. Mishal's currently "reading film scripts" and will talk about the details "once" he's "allowed" to (a popular line most actors use, which really means: he's still waiting to be signed, because no film is made under so much secrecy in Bollywood!). 

The latest to join the list of hotties on a "break mode" is Barun Sobti. After he announced that he was planning a "longish break" from Iss Pyaar Ko Kya Naam Doon?, his millions of fans in a state of panic and heartbreak reportedly are deluging the production house and Star Plus with requests to retain the actor in the show and end it on a high note. May be, for Barun, being Arnav Singh Raizada, the loving brother, ruthless biz tycoon and man in love for one and half years isn't an easy job, because it means shooting 12-14 hours, but he needed to do a quick reality check too, because small screen success seldom finds a repeat in Bollywood. 

Every superstar from TV who has left his signature show to pursue bigger dreams, had to either eat humble pie and return to the show, make creative compromises and play lead (if lucky) in a smaller show on a rival broadcast channel. Even Amar Upadhay, TV's biggest star at one time is still remembered only as Mihir. 

Ronit Roy and Ram Kapoor, TV's biggest stars at the moment are finely balancing movies with TV, aware that the Hindi film industry is not receptive to TV stars, no matter how big their stature is. It's better to reign in television and be the king of hearts, then struggle for space in an industry where your pedigree or alliance to top camps decide your future. TV superstars have the power to make characters immortal, films give you a temporary high, and more importantly, there's only one Shah Rukh Khan and he made his debut in films, over two decades ago. The world of films and TV can never merge and each has its own charm and power. It is up to the actors to figure that out before they make professional mistakes!

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Posted: 11 November 2012 at 11:58am | IP Logged
Originally posted by arshi21

http://www.india-forums.com/forum_posts.asp?TID=3285960

Anyone in the mood to play "complete the sentence"? 

Read this. Though you'll get what is being said, the way it has been written is a bit...haphazard, to say the least.

Saw that in twitter ... TB says they knew about it but did not disclose

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Posted: 11 November 2012 at 11:59am | IP Logged
Originally posted by McNinja


Happy Diwali to all you celebrating. It looks like so much fun. How I wish to celebrate it one day, authentically. Not abroad type celebrations. 

My basic understanding of Diwali comes from this video LOL


That's a funny one! But, its amazing many smaller cities in the US have official declarations Diwali day every year!

But, its nothing like back home. I really don't even feel like its a celebratio here. We do get togther with some families and celebrate every year. In fact, I am supposed to be at a Diwali celebration this morning, but am plying hooky and stying home! Hubby is watching football, so he is happy with whatever excuse I am able to come up with! We are pathetic!
But the real celebration for us is tomorrow and the day after... I will do smething at home tomorrow with the kids! Big smile

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Posted: 11 November 2012 at 12:00pm | IP Logged
Sorry to be spamming the wall of CC, but this is something NO ONE should ignore.

These are some serious tips..and we ALL need it..or else..or else...
I don't really know..


http://www.india-forums.com/forum_posts.asp?TID=3285952

And please, do NOT laugh after reading this..this is serious. I am warning you, NO ONE should laugh.

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Posted: 11 November 2012 at 12:02pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by ipkknd_2011

Originally posted by McNinja


Happy Diwali to all you celebrating. It looks like so much fun. How I wish to celebrate it one day, authentically. Not abroad type celebrations. 

My basic understanding of Diwali comes from this video LOL


That's a funny one! But, its amazing many smaller cities in the US have official declarations Diwali day every year!

But, its nothing like back home. I really don't even feel like its a celebratio here. We do get togther with some families and celebrate every year. In fact, I am supposed to be at a Diwali celebration this morning, but am plying hooky and stying home! Hubby is watching football, so he is happy with whatever excuse I am able to come up with! We are pathetic!
But the real celebration for us is tomorrow and the day after... I will do smething at home tomorrow with the kids! Big smile

SHILPA  are. You  in the east coast, PA


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