After graduating from Delhi University in computer science, Yogita Bihani took the corporate route to middle-class happiness. After working for an year in Delhi, she moved to Mumbai for better prospects. Her foray into the world of glamour happened in 2018, when she shot an ad for Dus Ka Dum with Salman Khan. Ekta Kapoor reportedly noticed her and offered her a role in the serial Dil Hi Toh Hai (2018), which turned her into a household name. She considers Salman her lucky mascot as thanks to the ad she got instant exposure. Talking about the experience she says, “Shooting with Salman sir was a magical experience. The minute he would enter the set it would light up, his aura would take over. At first I was nervous but then it only got better, he made me feel extremely comfortable.”
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WINNERS TAKE ALL
DEVESH SHARMA profiles the winners of the 66th Vimal Elaichi Filmfare Awards 2021
ANALITA SETH CHATS UP WITH SWARA BHASKER AND IS BOWLED OVER BY HER CANDOUR AND SASS
THE SHOW GOES ON...
NOT EVEN THE THREAT OF THE PANDEMIC STOPPED THE DENIZENS OF THE INDUSTRY FROM COMING TOGETHER AS ONE TO CELEBRATE EXCELLENCE IN CINEMA, FINDS DEVESH SHARMA
AMOL PARASHAR IS SLOWLY MAKING A NAME FOR HIMSELF ON THE OTT CIRCUIT. ANALITA SETH INTERVIEWS THE RETICENT ACTOR
BIG LEAGUE BLUES
VEDANSHI PATHAK TALKS TO YOGITA BIHANI, THE TELEVISION STAR WHO MADE HER FILM DEBUT WITH AK VS AK
BEST FOOT forward
RENUKA SHAHANE TALKS ABOUT BEING A DIRECTOR AND SHARES ANECDOTES ABOUT HER CO-STARS AND HER PERSONAL LIFE. VEDANSHI PATHAK TAKES NOTES
THE ROYAL DIVA OF NAILS DR. LEENA S.
Dr. Leena S. is the embodiment of the progressive Indian woman who not only has confidence but also has a lot to show for it.
RAGHUVENDRA SINGH TALKS TO MANOJ BAJPAYEE, WHO IS UNDERGOING ANOTHER TRANSFORMATION IN HIS CAREER, THANKS TO HIS POPULARITY ON OTT
AUGUST 4, 1932 – APRIL 4, 2021. The veteran character actor passed away recently. Devesh Sharma offers a brief profile of her life and career
ALL FOR WORDS
SAGAR SARHADI DID AN INTERVIEW WITH FILMFARE A FEW DAYS BEFORE HE PASSED AWAY. DEVESH SHARMA CHRONICLES THE WRITER/DIRECTOR’S LAST WORDS…(May 11, 1933 -- March 22, 2021)