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Amitabh Bachchan & Dilip Kumar get Padma Vibhushan (older post updated)

Posted in Refugee on April 8, 2015 by Satyam

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Hunterr, the rest of the box office

Posted in Refugee on March 27, 2015 by Satyam

last week’s thread

Cricket World Cup 2015

Posted in Refugee on March 20, 2015 by Satyam

older thread
Cricket World Cup 2015

Amitabh Bachchan’s remarks at Mahatama Gandhi statue unveiling in Britain

Posted in Refugee on March 14, 2015 by Satyam


Filmy Aces Exclusive Interview with Pooja Bedi

Posted in Refugee on March 11, 2015 by masterpraz



Filmy Aces is honored to have scored an interview with the amazing Pooja Bedi!
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Filmy Aces Exclusive Interview with Vindu Dara Singh

Posted in Refugee on March 11, 2015 by masterpraz



Filmy Aces is honored to interview the son of late Wrestler and Actor Dara Singh, Vindu Dara Singh!

Filmy Aces: How long have you been in entertainment and acting? Please tell us a little bit about your previous experience in Cinema and screenwriting? Where did the journey start and what has been your experience so far?

Vindu: I have been active in this profession since the last 21 years now and have even done films as a child so you could say 43 years due to my father being involved in it so very passionately. His hard work and energy to make a mark for himself in the film fraternity is what helped me realise that this is what I want to do in life and now we are working on a script that will be about his life .

Filmy Aces: How do you define the role of an actor?

Vindu: In my opinion a person should be able to perform and experiment in every genre of cinema. If you can make a person smile or cry or laugh only with your eyes, gesture or smile, I think its worth all the effort and hard work that goes into making a successful actor.

Filmy Aces: Please tell us about some of the movies you’ve worked on so far to date? And what have you enjoyed about them? Incl short films or TV?

Vindu: I have enjoyed doing every movie. Whatever role, big or small has been done with the same energy and enthusiasm. Films and TV are both responsible in making me popular. Through TV you can reach a wider audience and with films you can keep experimenting because a movie is made in 40-90days. So there is more scope for each role being different and interesting. Karan, Mujhse Shaadi Karogi, Son of Sardar and Kambhakt Ishq are close to my heart while Bigg Boss3 is a landmark in my career.

Filmy Aces: What is your dream role in cinema? If you could enact one role from any movie in Cinema History, what part would you love to play?

Vindu: I would like to pick any movie of my father or Mr. Bachchan. They have both done some incredible work. I even would love to play Amrish Puri jis Mogambo role as I feel I do better in negative roles.

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Matchbox Art!

Posted in Refugee on February 11, 2015 by Satyam

thanks to Saurabh…

salman matchbox 2
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