Wednesday, 19 December 2012

Kareena Kapoor Hot Wallpapers

Kareena Kapoor Hot Wallpapers
he stunning and sensational Indian actress Kareena Kapoor is known for her glamorous looks and phenomenal performances. Popularly known as Bebo, Kareena Kapoor belongs to one of the most influential families of Indian film industry. Kareena’s great-grandfather Prithviraj Kapoor was a distinguished actor while her grandfather Raj Kapoor was a veteran actor and filmmaker.

Kareena was born to actor parents Babita and Randhir Kapoor on 21st September, 1980 in Mumbai. Other notable bollywood personalities in her family include uncle Rishi Kapoor, aunt Neetu Kapoor, sister Karishma Kapoor and cousin Ranbir Kapoor. After dating fellow actor Shahid Kapoor for a few years, Kareena is currenty committed to actor Saif Ali Khan.

Kareena Kapoor studied at Jamnabai Narsee School, Mumbai, Welham Girls Boarding School, Dehradun and Mithibai College in Mumbai. Later Kareena decided to venture into acting and joined the Kishore Namit Kapoor's Acting Institute in Andheri, Mumbai.

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Though Kareena was supposed to make her debut with Rakesh Roshan’s ‘Kaho Naa Pyar Hai’, she refused to do the film as she felt that the entire focus was on Hrithik Roshan, the protagonist. She first appeared in J.P. Dutta’s ‘Refugee’ opposite Abhishek Bachchan. Though’Refugee’ did not do expected business but it certainly earned the Filmfare Award for the Best Female Debut for Kareena. Her next film ‘Mujhe Kucch Kehna Hai’ was a romantic drama and became a smash hit. However her next few projects like Subhash Ghai's family drama ‘Yaadein’, YRF’s’ Mujhse Dosti Karogi!’, ‘Jeena Sirf Merre Liye’, ‘Khushi’, Sooraj Barjatya’s ‘Main Prem Ki Diwani Hoon’, and J.P. Dutta’s ‘ LOC Kargil’ proved to be commercial and critical failures.Rowdy Rathore is a 2012 Indian action film directed by Prabhu Deva and produced by Rajat Rawail, Sanjay Leela Bhansali and Ronnie Screwvala. It features Akshay Kumar in double roles opposite Sonakshi Sinha and Paresh Ganatra, Yashpal Sharma, Gurdeep Kohli in supporting role with Tamil actor Nassar as antagonist.[5] The music was composed by Sajid-Wajid and lyrics are penned by Faaiz Anwar and Sameer Anjaan. It is a remake of the Telugu film Vikramarkudu[6] and which had been dubbed into Malayalam as Vikramathithya, Bhojpuri as Vikram Singh Rathod IPS, and Hindi as Pratighat. It marks the return of Akshay Kumar in the action genre after seven years.[7]
The film revolves around a thief Shiva who falls in love with a young woman named Paro and later found a responsibility to take care for his deceased lookalike ACP Vikram Rathore's daughter while seeking revenge from the main antagonist Baapji. It was shot primarily in Mumbai at SLB production house and then in the state of Karnataka at locations of UNESCO World Heritage sites including Hampi.[8][9] Made on a budget of 40 crore (US$7.28 million), Rowdy Rathore released on 1 June 2012 on 2700 screens worldwide.[3] It received mixed response from critics, whilst opening to strong box office collections and became a major commercial success with a worldwide gross of 201 crore (US$36.58 million).[4] The film was declared a "Blockbuster" in India and "average" in Overseas by Box Office India.[10] Rowdy Rathore has since emerged as one of the highest grossing films of all time in Bollywood.
Contents  [hide]
1 Plot
2 Cast
2.1 Special appearances
3 Character map of Rowdy Rathore and its remakes
4 Production
4.1 Casting
4.2 Filming
4.3 Marketing
4.4 Soundtrack
5 Release
5.1 Critical reception
6 Box office
6.1 Domestic
6.2 International
7 See also
8 References
9 External links

Shiva (Akshay Kumar) is a small-time thief in Mumbai who falls in love with Paro (Sonakshi Sinha) from Patna, who is in Mumbai to attend a marriage. Shiva makes his way into Paro's heart and she starts loving him. Shiva tells her the truth about him being a thief and resolves to give up crime forever. But before that, he decides to swindle one last person for a large sum of money along with his con-friend 2G (Paresh Ganatra). He tricks a woman on a railway station (Gurdeep Kohli) and flees with a trunk. This leads Shiva to Chinki (Ananya Nayak), a girl who was in the trunk instead of the wealth he thought was there, who thinks that he is her father. Flummoxed by what is happening, but forced to keep Chinki with him as a police officer (Yashpal Sharma) keeps his eye on him.
Although he tries keeping Chinki away from Paro's eyes, the latter finds out about her. Angry and hurt, Paro leaves for Patna leaving Shiva heartbroken. Soon, unknown goons attack him, taking him to be a latter named ASP Vikram Rathore (also Akshay Kumar), Chinki's real father. Rathore looks exactly like Shiva which had caused all the confusion. While many unknown persons help Shiva run to safety with Chinki in his arms, he is soon surrounded by the goons. It is then that Rathore makes an appearance and saves the day killing every goon by himself. But Rathore soon dies suffering from injuries.
The other policemen who had assisted the ASP then inform Shiva of the whole incident. In a village Devgarh, a MLA, Baapji (Nassar) used to trouble, torture and annex money from people. One night Vikram Rathore tricks Baapji's son Munna (Amit Kumar Tiwari) into killing himself by hanging himself from a tree by the belt of a humiliated inspector. Rathore is then attacked by Baapji's brother Titla (Supreeth Reddy) on Dusshehra where he is stabbed from the back as well as shot in the head while trying to save a village child and is assumed to be dead. He survives with a brain injury although the goons assumed that he was dead. Effects of this brain injury are later visible and they are diminished by water falling on his head.
Shiva then adopts Chinki, who does not know that her father is dead. Shiva returns to Devgarh posing as ASP Vikram Rathore and heads to settle the scores with Baapji. 2G tells Paro the truth and she forgives Shiva. Shiva, being a goon, handles Baapji well with tricks. He sets the MLA's wine factory on fire and makes the villagers rob his food store. A fight ensues in which he defeats all Baapji's men alone. In the end, he fights with Baapji and Titla on a rope bridge. Shiva ties the two to a rope and cuts it. Both fall to their deathes. Shiva marries Paro, and they leave for a new life with Chinki and 2G.

Finally Kareena managed to earn critical acclaim and commercial success with Abbas Mustan’s ‘Ajnabee’ and Santosh Sivan’s ‘Asoka’. The period epic ‘Asoka’ opposite Shahrukh Khan earned her first Filmfare Best Actress nomination. Her next remarkable achievement was her performance as Poo in Karan Johar’s family drama ‘Kabhi Khushi Kabki Gham’. Among the ensemble cast including Amitabh Bachchan, Jaya Bachchan, Shahrukh Khan, Kajol and Hrithik Roshan, Kareena’s performance was noticed and praised.

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