Tanushree Dutta did a hot sizzling photoshoot in swimwear after she won her Miss India crown. You can check her pics all over the web. But lets me tell you more than her sexy pictures. Recently, Tanushree Dutta slapped a man. Says she had no choice but to slap a man who tried to act fresh with her at an event in Bangalore and she doesn’t regret it. Thats Tanushree Dutta. True Indian with self respect. Another bong beauty who has made her way into the Indian film – Tanushree Dutta.
Born on 19th of March 1984, Jharkhand, Bihar this dusky beauty happens to been a b.com student of Pune University. She succeeded to bag the title of Ponds Femina Miss India 2004, which was held in Mumbai. After that life did take a turn. She didn’t look back and in about 3 years she has been able to do six movies. She was into the entertainment world before winning the pageant. She did host a Bengali television show “Hoi Hollud” in the year 2002, she even acted in a Marathi movie “Anahat” in the year 2003 where she got the opportunity to showcase her acting talent.
Very few people know that Tanushree Dutta is a trained singer and has learnt Rabindra sangeet for six years and classical music for three years. Tanushree’s first Hindi movie was Aashique Banaya Aapne with Imran Hasmi and Sonu Sood acting opposite her. This film turned out to be a big hit; eventually it turned her into a heartthrob of many boys. With every film, she has always tried to do different kinds of roles and we are yet to see more of her talent in her movies, which are due to release this year.
One of them being RAMMA-the savior of Sahil Khan, which is a jungle thriller Tanushree, has been suffering from aqua phobia since her childhood. During the suiting of this film she had to perform an under water sequence which helped her in overcoming her fear of water.
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan can be considered as one of the most beautiful women in the world. This former Miss World is a popular actress of Bollywood. Born on 1st November 1973, Aishwarya started her career as a model before coming into films. She was pursing architecture, when she began modeling and in 1994, she took part in the Miss India contest. However, she could not win the contest but won the prestigious title of Miss World later that year. It was after her winning this crown that Aishwarya became a known face and directors signed her for films.
Aishwarya’s first movie was ‘Iruvar’ which came in 1997 and was Mani Ratnam directed Tamil movie. Her first movie of Bollywood was ‘Aur Pyar Ho Gaya’ where she was paired opposite Bobby Deol and was released in 1997. In the year 1999, Aishwarya appeared in the Sanjay Leela Bhansali directed ‘Hum Dil De Chuke Sanaam’ which also starred prominent actors like Salman Khan and Ajay Devgan. This film fetched Aishwarya her ‘Filmfare’ award in the best actress category. This film established Aishwarya as one the leading actresses of Bollywood. Her other noted films include ‘Devdaas’ again directed by Sanjay Leela Bhansali, starred Shah Rukh Khan and Madhuri Dixit, this film earned her another ‘Filmfare’ award in the best actress category, ‘Mohabbatien’ with Shah Rukh Khan and Amitabh Bhachchan palying her father and few more. She is the first Indian female to have been replicated in the Madame Tussaud’s wax museum in London.
Tabassum Hashmi Khan better known as Tabu is a national award-winning actress of the Indian film industry. Tabu has acted in many in Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Hindi and American films. She is considered as one of the finest and versatile actors working in the Indian film industry. Tabu is better known for her critically acclaimed performance rather than being successful at the box office. Tabu was born in Hyderabad and her elder sister Farha Naaz has also remained a popular actress of Indian films of her times. This versatile actress began her career at the age of fifteen with the film ‘Hum Naujawan’, where she played the daughter of Dev Anand. The film ‘Vijaypath’ where she was paired opposite Ajay Devgan won her, her first award ‘Filmfare Best Debut Female’.
The year 1996 saw Tabu’s eight releases out of which two films namely ‘Sajaan Chale Sasural’ and ‘Jeet’ became hits. Her other significant release was ‘Maachis’ where she portrayed the role of a Punjabi woman who is caught in the rise of Sikh insurgency. The film was critically acclaimed and she won her first ‘Natinal Award’ in the ‘Best Actress’ category. The film ‘Astitva’ which was directed by Mahesh Manjrekar established Tabu as a powerful and versatile actress of the country and even won the ‘Filmfare Critics Award for Best Performance’. In 2001 came ‘Chadni Bar’ directed by Madhur Bhandarkar where Tabu portrayed a bar dancer. Her extraordinary performance in the movie fetched her the second ‘National Award’ in the ‘Best Actress’ category.