I remember growing up watching Sridevi and wanting to be just like her, whether it was copying her double role in “Lamhe” or power-packed performance in “Chandni”. If a role required her to do kathak, one of the eight forms of Indian classical dances, well you better believe I was doing it too. You see, she was a queen of the yester-years, and unfortunately, along with her, a lot of other actresses have found themselves taking a backseat now that the new kids on the block are coming around.
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With the start of 2011 and a slew of eagerly anticipated movies hitting the marquee soon, we took you back to the worst the Bollywood fraternity had to offer in 2010. Now that you’ve seen the bad and the ugly, it’s only fair we bring you the good. Saniya Tabani returns with the Top 10 Best Bollywood Movies of 2010 below, once again in no particular order. Read on to see if your favorites made the list!
Fancy seeing Shahrukh Khan, Karan Johar and Kajol at this year’s Oscars? It certainly is possible, now that “My Name is Khan” has found its way on the Reminder List of Productions Eligible for the 83rd Academy Awards.
The Background: It’s been 12 long years since the Susan Sarandon-Julia Roberts tearjerker Stepmom brought together the concept of a dysfunctional family and the terminally ill. Sarandon was still married to Tim Robbins, and Roberts was at the top of her game, far from the apparent horror of an Eat, Pray, Love.