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*Popular singer Stebin Ben reprises Saajan’s cult song Mera Dil Bhi Kitna Pagal Hai *

Directed by Lawrence D’souza, Saajan was released in 1991 that starred Salman Khan, Madhuri Dixit and Sanjay Dutt in the lead roles. The film went on to break many records and till date is remembered for its melodious music composed by Nadeem-Shravan and penned by Sameer.

Stebin Ben, whose claim to fame is the title track of Kaisi Yeh Yaariyan on television reprises the romantic number Mera Dil Bhi Kitna Pagal Hai. The new version features Stebin Ben himself along with stunning Ritisha Sharma. The music is rearranged by Vicky-Hardik. The video is directed by Charit Desai and produced by Viral Motani.

The makers launched the video at a posh club in the suburbs on Thursday late evening. Present at the launch were Stebin Ben, Ritisha Sharma, producer Viral Motani, Champak Jain from Venus along with Bunty Walia, Ilhana Dillon, TV actors Zain Imam, Kunwar Amar and many more.

Check out the complete launch event here :

Check out the song by the very talented Stebin Ben right here :


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Zero Movie Review




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Zero Review

Starring – Shah Rukh Khan, Anushka Sharma, Katrina Kaif

Director- Anand L Rai

Ratings – 🌟🌟🌟

The much awaited film of Year, especially for SRK fans, Zero got released today. Zero stars Shah Rukh Khan, Anushka Sharma and Katrina Kaif in pivotal roles .

SRK plays dwarf in the film,Bauaa Singh who is vertically challenged 38 year old man from Meerut,Uttar Pradesh. He is madly in love with Babita Kumari (Katrina Kaif) and has a series of encounters with scientist Aafia ( Anushka Sharma) who is physically handicapped.

The first half of the film is fun filled with good dialogue delivery by Shah Rukh Khan. However, the second half will make you feel little bored. It’s bit lengthy and storyline becomes quite predictable!

Writer, Himanshu Sharma has done a great work on dialogues . But , lengthy scenes in second half makes you feel tired.

There are few eye grabbing surprise packages in the film. Salman Khan and SRK chemistry and other celebrities entries makes the movie very entertaining. Katrina Kaif comes out differently in the film.She has given her best till date. She will win your heart with her mind-blowing acting.Anushka Sharma tries to deliver a yet another challenging character, but she could have done better with it.

Overall the film is one time watch. But it’s a delight for SRK fans .

Why to watch ? – Performances, setting, sings , cameos and direction

Why you should not watch? Second half will make you bore as the duration is lengthy .

We give it 3 stars.

Here is the public reaction of the movie.Check it out :

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India’s Big fat wedding of the Year!



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This isn’t a big news now that Asia’s Biggest Industrialist Mukesh Ambani’s daughter Isha Ambani got Hitched for life with Anand Parimal, son of industrialist, and the chairman of the Piramal Group, Ajay Piramal today.Yes, there are several reasons for it.Be it the supreme engagement ceremony at Lake Como, Italy, or the extravagant pre-wedding ceremony, popularly known as Sangeet in Indian Culture at Udaipur.Sangeet was not only the talk in India, but also world-wide as it witnessed Hillary Clinton coming to India and Beyonce performing a private concert for the family.Seeing all the bollywood together under roof was also a treat to the eyes!


But on the Big day, it has to be in a bigger way. The guest list is almost about 600 people including Bollywood actors, politicians and Industrialists. The wedding brigade which started this year from Sonam Kapoor to Deepika Padukone and Priyanka Chopra & Nick Jonas, Isha Ambani has been at the Top.

Antillia, which is already famous for it’s different architecture and exclusive design, is all lit up to celebrate the first wedding of this generation Ambani! The decoration and lighting already suits the name.Have a look at the beautiful decor which won’t fail to amaze you.

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Isha Ambani Wedding

Not just National But International High security has been arranged. We must say that this is the Biggest Indian Fat wedding and why not, after all, it was a wedding of Ambani’s Daughter.

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My first experience with Mumbai local train peak hours

New experiences can teach a lesson to the person facing it, with no doubt. Sharing that lesson with someone may save them from the same consequence.



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Every one faces a new phase in life. Recently I got an opportunity to explore a new instance in my life, I got an experience of travelling in a local train during peak hours(“You see I din’t have an hours changed and I was forced..” *sighs*). I was shifted off to general shift in work, so I had to be in office by 9:00 am on a Monday morning. Initially I was  looking forward to the whole idea of having fun travelling in a rush train.

I stay very far off from my office, so I decided to leave at least by 7:45 am, so I woke up at 6:45 am(“You know right, makeup takes time..” *duh*). My train was at 8:15 and that would get me to the destination station(Thane) by 8:56 and then I would take my bus and reach somewhat by 9:20 I had thought. So I had this perfect plan in my head.

So my perfectly planned day started. I woke up at 6:45 am as I planned, I instantly started getting ready(“nah, I am the lazy one.. I sat and slept off again and woke up at 7:00 after my mom said her famous dialogue “If you want to go to office get ready! Else you sleep I won’t wake you up.”, but I said perfect day..haha..!”). Then I had my breakfast and left on time.

I got an auto in time, reached station by 7:55 am. I was expecting a large queue in the ticketing counter(“That was because I wasn’t smart enough to think people running at that time daily would clearly buy a monthly pass than stand in a queue and get late”). There were not too many people. I happily brought a double trip ticket and got to the platform.

Now in so many years of being in Mumbai, people always told me the least crowded line of trains is the harbour line. And since that was the most common thing I heard I trusted it. I expected peak hours would a little crowded than the normal time I used to travel at. And seeing my platform a little less crowded than at that time I assumed maybe what people told me may not be true at all.

Until 8:15 when the train started being visible at the far end, there were not many people around me(” competing”) to get in the train with me. So I was happy. But as soon as train began to come to a standstill, I suddenly noticed I was standing between a crowd(“I still have no idea how that happened”). Then the train stopped, there was a nice “who pushes whom the best game” and we all got into the train.

Now the train hardly had any space for me or anyone, we all crumbled in and fitted in. It was like I had to be there were I was, else people would get irritated with me(“Yeah for hitting them with my bag or my hand or such falling on them”). As stations approached I anticipated a dip in the amount of people getting in, but there was a rise instead. With every station, I froze bitterly. The best way to explain what amount of space issue we had is by comparing two instances. When in normal hours, people would be like “I will take your seat when you get up”, here in peak hours I heard a few women say, “When you leave the place you are standing, I will stand”.

Now in some way or other, by the time the second last stop approached, I got a seat(“Yaayie, window seat”). I was enjoying the view and my travel without realizing the disaster to come. I noticed people getting up 10 minutes before the station was to come(“Yeah I was thinking, these fools..!”). But then as the train was slowing down at the station I began to notice the crowd that was waiting there(“Oh crap..!).

I got up from my seat. Tried fitting into there queue to get down but what happened was they were not letting me get into the crowd. So I thought to myself I will get down at the end(“Big mistake..!”). I somehow got at the end. I saw the crowd that was waiting to get inside the train. They waited like a pack of wolf waiting to feast on an innocent sheep.

Since I was one of the last people to get down and even otherwise, while I tried getting out, the mob of women standing at both sides of the door just pushed me into the train. My bag got stuck in the crowd. It was the most horrible experience. The crowd had zero patience. It was something I had already seen(“The patience part”), but never this. Then finally I pushed my way through then. Luckily I had my bag with me too.

Then I looked up at the stairs to the walkway up. I had only seen a crowd on TV so huge in some big temples in the country, but I was in the middle of one such crowds. There again I dint have to walk, a fleet of 15-20 steps, people made sure they took me with them up(*sighs*).

Moral of the story: If you want to survive in trains like the people who daily use it do, just push people without any reason and stay ahead.

Oh and about my perfect plan.. I reached office at 10:30 am.


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