Dino Morea: The stud!

Dino Morea was born to Indian mother and an Italian father. He has remained a supermodel and was very much popular and renowned as a model. Before coming into films, he has appeared in a number of advertisements of which his advertisement of the ‘Live in Jeans’ was the most successful. He has even appeared in a controversial advertisement of ‘Calida’ with Bipasa Basu, the popular actress of Bollywood. This Sagittarian is not short of confidence; he has walked the ramp for many shows and has even won the ‘Gladrags Manhunt’ contest. He has spent 11 years of his life in Italy. The divine dimples on his cheeks have made girls go weak on their knees and he indeed has many girls fan following. Owing to maintain his six packs abs, he makes it a point to work out regularly.

His first on screen appearance in a film was ‘Pyaar Mein Kabhi Kabhi’ opposite Rinkie Khanna, the youngest daughter of Rajesh Khanna and Dimple Kapadia. The film came in the year 1999 was a flop, but Dino Morea had won many female fans by then. Since this film, Dino has appeared in numerous Bollywood productions, which include: ‘Sssshhh’ where he was paired opposite Tannisha Mukherjee, daughter of Tanuja and also sister of Kajol, ‘Aksar’ where he appeared along with Emraan Hashmi, ‘Baaz: A Bird in Danzer’ opposite Karisma Kapoor. His most memorable film till date is the horror flick ‘Raaz’ , the movie was directed by Vikram Bhatt and he was paired opposite Bipasa Basu.

Arjun the handsome Rampal

Arjun Rampal is undoubtedly one of the most handsome actors of Indian film industry. He is first a super model then an actor. Arjun was born on 26th November, 1972. Arjun Rampal was a very famous model and he was discovered in a discotheque in Delhi by Rohit Bal. Arjun was a student of the prestigious Kodaikanal International School located in Palani Hills,Tamil Nadu. His mother was teacher in that school. The college form where he had graduated is Hindu College, in Delhi then. He is one of the most sought after male supermodels of India.

Arjun has appeared in a number of music videos which include one by Late Nusraat Fateh Ali Khan and by Rajiv Rai in ‘Don’t Marry’ with model Namrata Baruwah. His launchpad film in Bollywood film was ‘’Pyaar, Ishq Aur Mohabbat’ where he was paired opposite Kirti Reddy and had Suniel Shetty and Aftab Shivdashani in prominent roles. Though the film did not turn well at the box office, yet it helped Arjun have plenty of offers. He won the Award of the International Indian Film Academy for Face of the Year in 2002. His debut movie was originally ‘Moksha’ but it was released after ‘Pyaar, Ishq Aur Mohabbat’. Arjun’s other films include ‘Aankhen’, ‘Dil Hai Tumhaara’, ‘Yakeen’ and’Ek Ajnabee’. He has even done supporting role in films like ‘Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna’ and ‘Don – The Chase Begins Again’. His next big release will be ‘The Last Lear’. His negative role in ‘Om Shanti Om’ was very much appreciated

Bollywood at US theatres

Under the brand name Big, Reliance Entertainment Pvt. Ltd. (REPL) has put up its socks to start a film chain in US from the next month. The company has claimed that the more than 200 theatres will show both Hindi and regional films particularly from South India. According to a company official who has confirmed the schedule, renovating and refitting of the cinemas that have been acquired is being done and announcement will be done formally about the opening of the theatre later.

The information states that Reliance Entertainment has acquired over 200 cinema halls in 28 North American cities which include New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Atlanta, Detroit and Washington in the last one year. These theatres will have the company’s name Big instead of Adlabs by which REPL’s cinemas in India are called. An American theatre management firm has been bought by REPL for overseeing the operations of its Big cinema chains. As REPL is in the task of producing Hindi movies and other in other regional movies under the Big Pictures banner, it may also get into distributing movies overseas for its outlets exhibition in foreign countries will help it fix up its distribution venture. It will also screen other Asian countries movies for those not living in their respective countries. Both the mainstream Hollywood movie and art house productions and movies which are made by the independent producer that will be screened will add to the glory of the brand of the Big cinemas. Screening Indian movies will help in making good profit from the US box office.