Sunday, 27 April 2014

Kapil Sharma Biography

Born: April 2, 1981 (age 33), Amritsar

Nationality: Indian

Birth Place : Amritsar, Punjab, India

Height : 5'8"

Zodiac sign : Aries

Occupation : Stand-up comedian, Actor, Producer, Anchor, Singer

Movies and TV shows: Comedy Nights with Kapil, Bhavnao Ko Samjho, It's My Life

Awards: ITA Award for Best Actor - Comedy

Awards : CNN-IBN Indian of the Year - Entertainer of the Year

Kapil Sharma Profile

Kapil Sharma is a comedian, television presenter and a film actor who can lure and make laugh to audience easily. He has always been one of the favourites amongst all stand-up comedians. Currently, he is seen in comedy nights with Kapil. Now, he is all set to make his Bollywood debut as the lead in Y-Films upcoming movie Bank Chor.

 Kapil Sharma Biography

The great comedian Kapil Sharma is also an actor from Amritsar, Punjab, India. He started his career from comedy reality show by participating in Ustaadon Ka Ustaad, the contestants of Comedy Circus performed against those from Great Indian Laughter Challenge. He also co-hosted comedy show Chhote Miyan (2008) with Juhi Parmar on Colors and Great Indian Laughter Challenge Season IV with Chandan Prabhakar. In 2009, he joined the comedy reality show Hans Baliye on star one, as a wild card entry, along with Ginni as a partner. He also co-hosted the first Punjabi international film awards in Toronto in 2012. His childhood dream was to become a singer.

Kapil won Comedy Circus Ke Taansen and has worked on comedy show Comedy Circus Ka Naya Daur with his partner Shweta Tiwari and won it. He is a man of multiple talents. He has done serious roles in theatres but has also got a perfect sense of timing when it comes to humor. He is also a great singer and showed his talent in Star Ya Rockstar. He was a wild card entry and reached up to the final where he came second. He also won Kahani Comedy Circus Ki. Even though Sharma wants to be concentrating more on various acting roles, he is known for his sharp comedy on stage.


Kapil Sharma Career

Kapil is now very much satisfied with his career. He has started his career with theatres and due to his hard work and struggle he became one of the most adorable stand-up commedian of India. Regarding his success he said, "People noticed me when I came in Laughter Challenge seven years ago, but nobody is aware of the work that I did in theatre. People usually feel that I am an overnight star, but this is not true. Whatever I am today is because of my hard work and struggle. I did serious theatre, I also did comedy plays without taking any money and those days have made me a better person." India's favorite comedian could be an inspiration for many. The actor has completely transformed his look, hair style from what he used to look 3 years ago.

Kapil Sharma Girlfriend/Marriage

According to the sources the great comedian, Kapil Sharma is dating Jalandhar based Bhavneet Chatrath, also known as Ginni. Though, they have known each other since college days, the couple fell in love on the sets of Hans Baliye. However, the true story of the couple getting married has not been confirmed yet. Kapil said "I am not dating anyone and my only relationship is with my work. I have struggled to reach where I am today and I can't let these rumours affect me. I am a private person and request the media to rather write about my work."

If the recent reports are to be believed, then India's most loved stand-up comedian and eligible bachelor will be off the marriage market soon. He will tie the knot with Ginni after the release of his Bollywood debut Bank Chor


Kapil Sharma Family

Kapil Sharma was born in Amritsar, Punjab in a small town. He is not from a celebrity family. Like all the diamonds come from the soil, Kapil hails from a poor family. Kapil has a elder brother, Ashok Sharma. Public thinks that he is an over night star, but the reality is that he struggled a lot to reach the position, where he is now.

Kapil Sharma Upcoming Movie Bank-Chor

Kapil Sharma finally announces his Bollywood debut and that has been approached by Yash Raj Films for a new project to be launched under the Y Films banner. According to the sources, he will debut in a film titled Bank-Chor. The film will have a tadka of both thrill and comedy and it's quite obvious that the funny man is quite excited about his Bollywood debut. Kapil has a different and rustic look in the movie far away from the suit boot outfit. He said, "When I heard the script of 'Bank Chor', I was completely taken up. It allows me room not only for comic scenes, but there is also an element of seriousness in the story. It's a privilege and a dream to be part of this family and have my launch with them."



Reality Shows

The Great Indian Laughter Challenge
Hans Baliye
Ustaadon Ka Ustaad
Comedy Circus Ke SuperStars
Comedy Circus Ka Jadoo
Jubilee Comedy Circus
Comedy Circus Ke Taansen
Star Ya Rockstar
Comedy Circus Ka Naya Daur
Kahani Comedy Circus Ki
Comedy Circus Ke Ajoobe
Comedy Nights with Kapil

As Guest performance

Bigg Boss 6 Grand Finale
Dance India Dance Li'l Masters grand finale
C.I.D. (Indian TV series) Veerata puraskar
Nach Baliye season 5 Premiere (Some Episodes)



Latest buzz

The Stand Up Comedian

Comedy Nights with Kapil

One of the most popular show on television today is Comedy Nights With Kapil. Sumona Chakravarti is playing his on screen wife in the show. His entire onscreen crazy family including dadi, bua are doing a great job by entertaining the viewers with their comic sense. KNWK is inspired from the popular British show, The Kumar's at No.42, has become the India's highest rated non-fiction TV show.

Kapil Sharma in Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 6

Kapil Sharma along with Manish Paul are creating magic on Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa season 6 with their perfect comic timing. Manish hosted the last season of 'Jhalak' too, along with Ragini Khanna. The popular dance show is having two male hosts for the first time.



Kapil Sharma Movies

Black Currency ( 2013 )
Its My Life (2013 )
Chennai Express ( 2013 )
Bhavnao Ko Samjho ( 2010 )
Dunno Y... Na Jaane Kyon (2010 )
Ab Tumhare Hawale Watan Sathiyo (2004)
The Legend Of Bhagat Singh (2002 )

Comedy Nights with Kapil 

Comedy Nights with Kapil is an Indian comedy show that premiered on Colors on June 22, 2013. Apart from being the host, Kapil Sharma is also a producer and writer on the show. The format of show is mixed, with Sharma acting out skits on stage with supporting characters while also interacting with members in the audience and the guest Navjot Singh Siddhu. Each episode features celebrity guest(s) who usually appear to promote their latest films and with whom actors interact in-character




Aashiqui 3 and 4 not ruled out, says Mahesh Bhatt

Veteran filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt is quite happy with the success of Aashiqui 2 and he does not rule out the possibility of coming out with the third and fourth installment of the film, saying love stories don't have an end.

Mahesh Bhatt directed the 1990 hit romantic film Aashiqui.

The film, starring Rahul Roy and Anu Agarwal, was a commercial

success, particularly because of its music and songs.

Aashiqui 2 has been directed by Mohit Suri and co-produced by Bhatts' production house Vishesh Films. The romantic musical, released last Friday, has reportedly earned over Rs 24.50 crore in box office collection till now.



"Love stories don't have an ending... they continue to go ahead. So we can have Aashiqui 3 and 4 and even more. There is no full stop to that," Mahesh Bhatt said at the success party of the film here tonight.

"The film has achieved tremendous success and we are happy about it. This shows films with 'A and U' certificate can do well provided the story is good," he said.

Aashiqui 2 starred newcomers Aditya Roy Kapoor and Shraddha Kapoor in the lead roles.

Aditya described the film as a life-changing experience for him. "I thank everyone (makers) for having faith and trust in me and Shraddha. It (the film) is a life-changing experience for me," he said.

Mohit Suri said he is happy that his film has been accepted by the people. The makers are planning to add one more song to the film.







Saturday, 26 April 2014

Michael Jackson Biography

Michael Jackson Pop singer

Birth Name : Michael Joseph Jackson

Nicknames : The Gloved One,Wacko Jacko,Jacko

King Of Pop,MJ,Smelly,Applehead,Mike,Mikey

Birth Date : August 29, 1958

Years Active - 1968–2009

Birth Place : Gary, Indiana, USA

Claim to fame : Album "Off the Wall" (1979)

Parents - Joseph Walter Jackson,Katherine Esther Scruse

Spouse

Debbie Rowe (14 November 1996 - 8 October 1999) (divorced) (2 children)

Lisa Marie Presley (26 May 1994 - 18 January 1996) (divorced)

Died : June 25, 2009, Holmby Hills, Los Angeles, California, United States

Cause Of Death - Cardiac arrest

Children : Paris-Michael Katherine Jackson, Prince Michael Jackson II, Michael Joseph Jackson, Jr.

Siblings : Janet Jackson, La Toya Jackson, Jermaine Jackson, Randy Jackson, Rebbie Jackson, Tito Jackson, Jackie Jackson, Marlon Jackson, Brandon Jackson, Joh'Vonnie Jackson


Michael Jackson Biography

The seventh child of the Jackson family, Michael Jackson begun his career aged 11, as a member of the family pop group, Jackson 5. He later went on to become one of the most successful solo performers of all time. Both his career and turbulent personal life have been a dominant part of pop culture since the 1970s. Guiness World Records have cited him as the "Most Successful Entertainer of All Time" and his album Thriller holds the record for the best-selling album ever. In 1984, Michael Jackson won 8 Grammy Awards in a single night and he has charted 13 number one singles in the Billboard Hot 100.

Michael Jackson's changing appearance and controversial behaviour, however, have affected his album sales, which have declined since the 1990s.

Michael Jackson's Childhood

In 1964, Michael Jackson joined his brothers, playing congas for their group. He later became their background singer and occasional dancer before eventually climbing to the position of lead singer when he was eight years old.

The band toured Indiana and won a local talent show, which then led to them playing a string of professional gigs, many of which were in black clubs known as the 'chitlin' circuit.'
They signed a contract with Motown Records and their first four singles ('I Want You Back', 'ABC', 'The Love You Save' and 'I'll Be There') shot them to stardom. Jackson released four solo studio albums on Motown whilst still a member of the group.

Following a name-change to The Jacksons, due to legal wranglings with Motown, Michael was the lead songwriter from 1976 to 1984 and during this time, he made acquaintance with Quincy Jones, who agreed to produce Jackson's first solo album in four years.



Michael Jackson's solo albums: Off The Wall - Invincible

Off the Wall (1979)

This album made music history by being the first ever to contain four top ten hits. Stevie Wonder and Paul McCartney both have writing credits on the album. The album eventually sold over 20 million copies worldwide.

Thriller (1982)

Thriller is the best selling album of all time and sent Jackson's fame global. It also became the first album in history to contain seven top-ten hits on the Billboard Hot 100. The video for 'Billie Jean' was the first video by a black artist to receive regular MTV airplay, whilst the 13-minute video for 'Thriller' was revolutionary for its time and became the best-selling music home video ever, when it was packaged with the featurette Making Michael Jackson. Whilst performing 'Billie Jean' in 1983, he debuted his signature dance move, the 'Moonwalk.'

Bad (1987)

Bad received over two million advance orders before it was released and was his final album to be produced by Quincy Jones, who forced him to cut the 30-strong collection of Michael Jackson songs down to 11. The album generated more Billboard number 1 hits than any other album ever released. His accompanying tour had record-breaking attendance figures, playing 123 concerts to over 4.4 million fans. The level of fame that he now enjoyed drew parallels to The Beatles and Elvis Presley.

Dangerous (1991)

The anticipation of Dangerous was marked by the theft of 30,000 copies of the album being stolen at Los Angeles International Airport before it was officially released. The biggest hit from the album was 'Black or White', which was accompanied by a controversial video, which featured several scenes which were construed as having a sexual and violent nature. The 14 minute video was edited to remove the offending scenes. The video was premiered in 27 countries simultaneously and had the largest ever viewing figures for a music video (around 500 million)


History (1995)

History received four Grammy nomination and won one Grammy. It sold over 18 million copies worldwide, which earned it the title of the biggest selling multiple disc album of all time by a solo artist. More than four and a half million people attended the accompanying promotional tour. The first disc was a greatest hits package, whilst the second contained fifteen new numbers. At the Brit Awards, Michael Jackson was awarded the title Artist of a Generation, but his performance at the ceremony was interrupted by Jarvis Cocker, singer of the band Pulp, who leapt onstage and made rude gestures. Cocker was arrested on suspicion of assault but released without charge.

Invincible (2001)

Debuting at number one in 13 countries, Invincible went on to sell nearly eight million copies worldwide. Shortly before the album's release, Michael Jackson told Tommy Mottola, the head of Sony Music Entertainment, that he would not be renewing his contract with them. All subsequent single releases, video shoots and promotions for the album were then cancelled. This led to Jackson tagging Mottola as a 'devil' who did not support African American Artists, and used black artists for his own personal gain. His increasingly eccentric image and the lack of promotion for the album conspired to make this album less successful than his previous releases.
In September 2001, Usher, Whitney Houston, 'N Sync, the Jacksons and Slash performed at Jackson's 30th Anniversary celebration at Madison Square Gardens.

Michael Jackson's Private Life

Jackson's father, Walter was a strict disciplinarian and many of the Jackson family have stated that they were spanked and whipped by their father for misbehaving.
In 1994, Michael Jackson married Lisa Marie Presley, the daughter of Elvis Presley. They divorced less than two years later, amid rumours that their marriage was a sham and had not been consummated.
Michael Jackson then went on to marry his dermatologist's nurse, Deborah Jeanne Rowe, with whom he had a son, Michael Joseph Jackson Jr. (also known as Prince) and a daughter, named Paris Katherine Jackson. The couple divorced in 1999. Jackson's third child, Prince Michael Jackson II (also known as Blanket) was born in 2002.

Michael Jackson attracted a media frenzy when he was pictured holding his baby outside a hotel window, with a cloth draped over the child's head. He was accused of being an irresponsible father, to which he responded "I love my children.I was holding my son tight."


Jackson's physical appearance has also garnered much press attention over the years. Throughout his youth, his skin was a medium-brown colour but in 1982, his skin started to become gradually paler. Some elements of the media claim that he was bleaching his skin, though he dismissed these claims on The Oprah Winfrey Show, stating that he had the disease vitiligo. The physical structure of his face also changed amid speculations that he has undergone several cosmetic procedures.

Child molestation charges were brought against Michael Jackson when he was reported to be allowing children to sleep over at his Neverland ranch. In 1993, Jordan Chandler, represented by a civil lawyer accused Jackson of child sexual abuse. The case was settled out of court for an undisclosed sum, rumoured to be US$20 million. The family then dropped the charges against Jackson.
Later in 2003, Jackson was charged with seven counts of child molestation and two counts of administering an intoxicating agent, all regarding one boy, named Gavin Arvizo, who was under 14 at the time of the incidents. Jackson was acquitted on all counts.


Michael Jackson's Finances

In 1985, Michael Jackson purchased ATV Music Publishing, which owns the publishing rights to The Beatles' songs, among others. In 1995, Sony Music Publishing merged with Jackson to create Sony-ATV. Jackson's 50% share is rumoured to be worth US$500 million. He also owns all of his own publishing, called MiJac which contains all of his own music catalogue and that of Sly & The Family Stone.
In 2006, state labor officials from California closed Michael Jackson's Neverland Ranch. He was fined US$ 69,000 for failing to provide employment insurance. He is also liable for up to 10 days pay for the 69 employees who are now no longer allowed to report to Neverland for work. Thirty Neverland employees have sued Michael Jackson for unpaid wages, totaling $US 306,000
Also in 2006, a federal judge allowed a $48 million claim against Jackson for unpaid fees and breach of contract, relating the refinancing of Jackson's debts and claiming a larger stake in the library of Beatles songs.

Michael Jackson's Death

On 25th June 2009, it was announced that Michael Jackson had died of a cardiac arrest. He had been at his rented home in Los Angeles when he stopped breathing. His personal physician was with him and attempted to resuscitate him but to no avail. He was pronounced dead at around 2:25 pm local time.
The incident happened less than a month before Michael Jackson was set to undertake a mammoth 50-date residency at the O2 arena in London.

A memorial was held for Michael Jackson on 7th July 2009 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Amongst the performers were Mariah Carey, John Mayer, Jennifer Hudson, Usher, Stevie Wonder and Lionel Ritchie.



The Trial of Conrad Murray

Michael Jackson's physician, Dr. Conrad Murray was charged with involuntary manslaughter in February 2010. The trial began at the end of September 2011 and one of the key pieces of evidence used against Dr. Murray was that he instructed Jackson's bodyguards to hide evidence of his medical drug intake before he instructed them to call the emergency services.
The guilty verdict arrived on 7th November 2011. Murray was later sentenced to four years' imprisonment, though it is unlikely that he shall serve the full term, due to over-crowding in the prisons.

Michael Jackson's THIS IS IT is a rare, behind-the-scenes look at the performer as he developed, created and rehearsed for his sold-out concerts at London's O2 Arena. Chronicling the months from April through June 2009, this film was produced with the full support of the Estate of Michael Jackson and drawn from more than one hundred hours of behind-the-scenes footage featuring Jackson rehearsing a number of his songs for the show. In raw and candid detail, Michael Jackson's THIS IS IT captures the singer, dancer, filmmaker, architect, creative genius and great artist at work as he creates and perfects his planned final London shows.


Michael Jackson Filmography

THIS IS IT (2009)

Bad 25 InfoBad 25 (2012)

Miss Cast Away (2004) Miss Castaway and the Island Girls

Space Channel 5: Part 2 (2002) - VG

Men in Black II (2002) MIIB

Space Channel 5 (1999) - VG

Ghosts (1997) Michael Jackson's Ghosts

Bad (1987) - VI

Captain EO (1986)

Captain EO Promo & Pre-show (1986)

Thriller (1983) - VI Michael Jackson's Thriller

The Wiz (1978)

Wiz on Down the Road (1978)



Michael Jackson Awards


AASA Humanitarian Awards

2004
Won Humanitarian Award
category For his efforts particularly in Africa

Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA

1979
Got nomination for Saturn Award
category Best Supporting Actor for The Wiz (1978/I)

African-American Film Critics Association Awards

2009
Won Special Achievement

American Music Awards

2009
Won American Music Award
category Favorite Soul/R&B Album for "Number Ones"

2009
Won American Music Award
category Favorite Soul/R&B Male Artist

2009
Won American Music Award
category Favorite Pop/Rock Album for "Number Ones"

2009
Won American Music Award
category Favorite Pop/Rock Male Artist

2009
Got nomination for American Music Award
category Artist of the Year

2002
Won AMA Artist of the Century Award

1996
Won American Music Award
category Favorite Pop/Rock Male Artist

1996
Got nomination for American Music Award
category Favorite Adult Contemporary Artist

1996
Got nomination for American Music Award
category Favorite Soul/R&B Male Artist

1994
Got nomination for American Music Award
category Favorite Pop/Rock Male Artist

1994
Got nomination for American Music Award
category Favorite Soul/R&B Male Artist

1993
Won American Music Award
category Favorite Pop/Rock Album for "Dangerous"

1993
Won AMA International Artist Award

1993
Won American Music Award
category Favorite Soul/R&B Single for "Remember The Time"

1993
Got nomination for American Music Award
category Favorite Soul/R&B Album for "Dangerous"

1993
Got nomination for American Music Award
category Favorite Soul/R&B Male Artist

1993
Got nomination for American Music Award
category Favorite Pop/Rock Male Artist

1988
Won American Music Award
category Favorite Single Soul/R&B

1984
Got nomination for American Music Award
category Favorite Pop/Rock Album for "Thriller"

1984
Got nomination for American Music Awards
category Favorite Soul/R&B Album for "Thriller"

1984
Got nomination for American Music Award
category Favorite Soul/R&B Male Artist

1981
Won American Music Award
category Favorite Album Soul/R&B for "Off The Wall"

1981
Won American Music Award
category Favorite Male Vocalist Soul/R&B

1980
Won American Music Award
category Favorite Male Soul Artist

1980
Won American Music Award
category Favorite Soul Album for "Off The Wall"

1980
Won American Music Award
category Favorite Soul Single for "Don't Stop 'Til You Get Enough"



Annual Gold Star Awards

1972
Won Annual Gold Star Award
category Best Singer

1972
Won Annual Gold Star Award
category Best Single Of The Year for "Rockin' Robin"

Billboard Awards

1983
Won Billboard Award
category Pop Artist Of The Year

1983
Won Billboard Award
category Dance/Disco 12" LP for "Beat It"

1983
Won Billboard Award
category Dance/Disco 12" LP for "Billie Jean"

1983
Won Billboard Award
category Black Album for "Thriller"

1983
Won Billboard Award
category Black Singles Artist

1983
Won Billboard Award
category Black Album Artist for "Thriller"

1983
Won Billboard Award
category Pop Male Singles Artist

1983
Won Billboard Award
category Pop Male Album Artist for "Thriller"

1983
Won Billboard Award
category Pop Singles Artist

1983
Won Billboard Award
category Pop Album Artist for "Thriller"

1983
Won Billboard Award
category Dance/ Disco Artist

1983
Won Billboard Award
category Pop Album of the Year for "Thriller"

1983
Won Billboard Award
category Black Artist Of The Year

1980
Won Billboard Award
category Top Black Artist of The Year

1980
Won Billboard Award
category Black Album Of The Year for "Off The wall"

Billboard Magazine Awards

1972
Won Billboard Magazine Award
category Top Singles Artist

1972
Won Billboard Magazine Award
category Top Singles Male Vocalist of the year

Billboard Video Awards

1983
Won Billboard Video Award
category Best Performance by a Male Artist

1983
Won Billboard Video Award
category Best Overall Video for "Beat It"

1983
Won Billboard Video Award
category Best Use Of Video To Enhance Artist's Song for "Beat It"

1983
Won Billboard Video Award
category Best Use Of Video To Enhance Artist's Image for "Beat It"

Black Gold Awards

1983
Won Black Gold Award
category Top Male Vocalist

1983
Won Black Gold Award
category Best Album for "Thriller"

1983
Won Black Gold Award
category Best Single of the Year for "Billie Jean"

1983
Won Black Gold Award
category Best Video Performance for "Beat It"

1983
Won Black Radio Artist Of The Year Award


Black Radio Exclusive Awards

1983
Won Black Radio Exclusive Award
category Artist Of The Year

BMI Urban Awards

2003
Won BMI Urban Award
category Best song for "Butterflies"

Brit Awards

2010
Got nomination for Brit Award
category The BRITs Hits 30 for "Earth Song"

CableACE Awards

1989
Got nomination for ACE Award
category Music Special for Michael Jackson: The Legend Continues (1988) (V)
shared with Suzanne De Passe (executive producer); Burl Hechtman (producer)

Emmy Awards

1990
Got nomination for Emmy
category Outstanding Achievement in Music and Lyrics (For the song "You Were There") for Sammy Davis, Jr. 60th Anniversary Celebration (1990) (TV)
shared with Buz Kohan (composer/lyricist)

Golden Apple Awards

1996
Got nomination for Sour Apple


Grammy Awards

2011
Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Male Pop Vocal Performance for "This Is It"

2002
Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Pop Vocal Performance - Male for "You Rock My World"

1997
Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Music Video, Short Form for "Earth Song"

1996
Won Grammy Award
category Best Music Video, Short Form for "Scream"
shared with Janet Jackson

1996
Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals for "Scream"
shared with Janet Jackson

1996
Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Pop Vocal Performance - Male for "You Are Not Alone"

1996
Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Album of the Year for "HIStory Past Present & Future"

1993
Won Living Legend Award

1993
Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best R&B Song for "Jam"
shared with Rene Moore; Bruce Swedien; Teddy Riley

1993
Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best R&B Vocal Performance - Male for "Black Or White"

1993
Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Pop Vocal Performance - Male for "Black Or White"

1990
Won Grammy Award
category Best Music Video, Short Form for "Leave Me Alone"

1990
Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Music Video, Long Form for "Moonwalker"

1989
Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Record of the Year for "Man In The Mirror"

1988
Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Album of the Year for "Bad"

1988
Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Pop Vocal Performance - Male for "Bad"

1986
Won Grammy Award
category Song of the Year for "We Are The World"
shared with Lionel Richie

1986
Won Grammy Award
category Record of the Year for "We Are The World"

1986
Won Grammy Award
category Best Music Video Short Form

1986
Won Grammy Award
category Best Pop Performance By a Duo or Group" for "We Are The World"
shared with USA For Africa

1985
Won Grammy Award
category Best Video, Long Form for "Making Michael Jackson's Thriller"

1985
Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best R&B Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group for "Tell Me I'm Not Dreaming"
shared with Jermaine Jackson

1984
Won Grammy Award
category Best Producer of the Year
shared with Quincy Jones

1984
Won Grammy Award
category Best Recording For Children for "E.T. The Extraterrestrial" Storybook Album

1984
Won Grammy Award
category Best Rock Vocal Performance - Male (from Album "Thriller ") for "Beat It"

1984
Won Grammy Award
category Best R&B Song (from Album "Thriller ") for "Billie Jean"

1984
Won Grammy Award
category Album of the Year for "Thriller"

1984
Won Grammy Award
category Record of the Year (from Album "Thriller") for "Beat It"

1984
Won Grammy Award
category Best Pop Vocal Performance - Male for "Thriller"

1984
Won Grammy Award
category Best R&B Vocal Performance - Male (from Album "Thriller ") for "Billie Jean"

1984
Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Pop Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group for "The Girl Is Mine"
shared with Paul McCartney

1984
Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Song of the Year for "Billie Jean"

1984
Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Song of the Year for "Beat It"

1980
Won Grammy Award
category Best R&B Performance for "Don't Stop 'Til You Get Enough"

1980
Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Disco Recording for "Don't Stop Till You Get Enough"

1971
Won Grammy Award
category Best Pop Song for "ABC"

MTV Movie Awards

1994
Won MTV Movie Award
category Best Movie Song (For the song: "Will You Be There") for Free Willy (1993)

MTV Video Music Awards

1995
Won MTV Video Music Award
category Best Dance Video for "Scream"
shared with Janet Jackson

1995
Got nomination for MTV Video Music Award
category Video of the Year for "Scream"
shared with Janet Jackson

1995
Got nomination for MTV Video Music Award
category Best R&B Video for "Scream"
shared with Janet Jackson

1995
Got nomination for MTV Video Music Award
category Breakthrough Video for "Scream"
shared with Janet Jackson

1995
Got nomination for MTV Video Music Award
category Viewer's Choice for "Scream"
shared with Janet Jackson

1988
Won MTV Video Vanguard Award

1984
Won MTV Video Music Award
category Best Overall Video for "Thriller"

1984
Won MTV Video Music Award
category Best Viewer's Choice for "Thriller"

1984
Got nomination for MTV Video Music Award
category Video of the Year for "Thriller"

1984
Got nomination for MTV Video Music Award
category Best Male Video for "Thriller"

1984
Got nomination for MTV Video Music Award
category Best Concept Video for "Thriller"

MTV Video Music Awards Japan

2006
Won MTV Japan Legend Award

NAACP Image Awards

2013
Got nomination for NAACP Image Award
category Outstanding Album for "Bad - 25th Anniversary Deluxe Edition"

2002
Won NAACP Image Award
category Outstanding Performance in a Variety Series/Special for Michael Jackson: 30th Anniversary Celebration (2001) (TV)

1994
Won NAACP Image Special Award
category Entertainer of the Year

O Music Awards

2011
Won O Music Award
category Best Fan Forum

Power of Oneness Lifetime Achievement Awards

2003
Won Power of Oneness Lifetime Achievement Award
category For his commitment to writing, singing, and speaking about the need to take responsibility for the world's children and making our world a better place.

Radio Music Awards

2003
Won Humanitarian Award

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

2001
Won Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
category Performer

Songwriters Hall of Fame

2002
Won Songwriters Hall of Fame

Soul Train Awards

2011
Got nomination for Soul Train Award
category Record of the Year for "Hold My Hand"
shared with Akon

Soul Train Music Awards

2009
Won Soul Train Music Award
category Entertainer of the Year

1993
Won Soul Train Music Award
category Best R&B Album, Male for "Dangerous"

1993
Won Soul Train Humanitarian of the Year Award

1993
Won Soul Train Music Award
category Best Single, Male for "Remember The Time"

Teen Choice Awards

2010
Got nomination for Teen Choice Award
category Choice Movie: Dance for This Is It (2009)

World Music Awards

2006
Won World Music Diamond Award

2000
Won WMA Best Selling Male Pop Artist of the Millennium Award






Friday, 25 April 2014

Neeru Bajwa Biography

Born: August 26, 1980 (age 33), Vancouver, Canada

Height: 1.66 m

Sex: Female

Nationality: Canadian

She started her career debut in the year 2003 in Indian television through daily soap. Later, she enthused on to her next target “Astitva & Ek Prem Kahani on Zee TV”. Some of the other famous serials of Neeru Bajwa are “Guns and Roses” and other dramas like “Bone Marrow”. She even appeared in a Punjabi video in the year 2003, for the song “Kainthey Wala”.  Neeru Bajwa is even known for doing other famous music videos for different songs like

•   Hey Soniye
•    Daang
•    Hum Kis Gali Ja Rahay Hain

She is continuing her success in every Showground, entertaining audiences and crowds and paving into their heart. Neeru Bajwa is known for some eminent Hindi movies and she is also seen in other Punjabi movies whose recognition goes to her, like

•    Phoonk 2
•    Miley Naa Miley Hum

Neeru Bajwa Punjabi Movies are

•    Asa Nu Maan Watna Da,
•    Jatt and Juliet
•    Jihne Mera Dil Luteya

Neeru Bajwa is a mark of a real growing superstar, who is gaining more and more importance with every passing day.



Neeru Bajwa Marital Status or Husband Details

This is the information about personal life of Neeru Bajwa. According to her She was married to Amit Sadh ( TV actor) in 2005 but due to some problems both got separate after spending 8 years together. This has been very personal information about her but surely some mismatch of ideas among them leads to this type of situations.


Neeru Bajwa Weight, Height, Bra Size, Figure Size Body Measurements

Neeru Bajwa Body Shape: Hourglass

Neeru Bajwa Breast Size/Bra Size: 36D

Neeru Bajwa Bra Cup Size: D

Neeru Bajwa Figure Size/Body Measurement: 36-26-35 inches

Neeru Bajwa Weight: 52 kg

Neeru Bajwa Height: 5 feet 5 inches

Neeru Bajwa Eye Color: Brown

Neeru Bajwa Hair Color: Brown

Neeru Bajwa Feet/Shoe Size: 8

Neeru Bajwa Dress Size: 6

Neeru Bajwa Waist Size: 26 inches

Neeru Bajwa Hip Size: 35 inches

Neeru Bajwa Ethnicity: Canadian



List of Neeru Bajwa Movies (Filmography)

1.  Dil Vil Pyaar Vyaar Releasing on May 2, 2014

2.  Razia (2014)

3.  Jatt & Juliet 2 (2013)  Pooja

4.  R.S.V.P (2013)  Manpreet Kaur

5.  Naughty Jatts (2013)  Simmi Khera

6.  Special Chabbis (2013) (Cameo Appearance)

7.  Jatt & Juliet (2012)  Pooja

8.  Pinky Moge Wali (2012) Pinky

9.  Pata Nahi Rabb Kehdeyan Rangan Ch Raazi (2012)  Simran

11. Saadi Love Story (2012)Taniya (Special Appearance)

12. Jihne Mera Dil Luteya (2011) Noor Bajwa

13. Miley Naa Miley Hum (2011) Manjeet Ahluwalia

14. Phoonk 2 (2010) Arushi

15. Mel Karade Rabba (2010)  Seerat Randhawa

16. Akh Labdi (2010) Amar

16. Prince (2010) Maya

17. Munde U.K. De (2009)  Reet Brar

18. Heer Ranjha (2009) Heer

19. Dil Apna Punjabi (2006) Laadi

20. Asa Nu Maan Watna Da (2004) Neeru

21. Bollywood Bound (2003)

22. Main Solah Baras Ki (1998)  Salma










Bathinda Express Punjabi Movie

This punjabi movie is about an athlete.Whose passion was his game.He ran not to win the race but to win his life.
Starring : Deep Joshi, Jasmine Kaur, Mohit Bhaskar, Prince KJ Singh, Vijay S. Kumar, Tarlochan SINGH, Harsh Sethi & others 
Written & Directed by KJ
Editor : Rahul Singh 

Produced by : Heartbeat Films

Music : Gurcharan Singh, Nirdosh

Story & Screenplay : Deep Joshi

DOP : Raju Gogna , Sunny Dhanjal

Editor : Rahul Singh

Release Date : TBA











CHAAR SAHIBZAADE Punjabi Movie 3D Animation Film

CHAAR SAHIBZAADE, a 'photo realistic' 3D Animation Film in S-3D on Sikh History.

For the First time in the 100 years of Indian Cinema, a Feature Film in Animation, based on Sikh History, depicting the Four Sons of Shri Guru Gobind Singh ji.

Written & Directed by Harry Baweja

Produced by Rowena Girneet Baweja

Dialogue: Baldev Gill

Animation: Interactive Realities Pvt Ltd

Costumes: Ketki Dalal

Background Music (Trailer): Amar Mohile

Editor (Trailer): Sahil Sai

Executive Producer: Kanwardeep S Baweja

Creative Director: Pammi Baweja

As per rules of SGPC. We cannot animate our Gurus, hence all the images of Shri Guru Gobind Singhji are only stills. The trailer can be watched in Punjabi, Hindi and English Voice-overs and Subtitles.





SIKKA(2014) New Punjabi Movie

Sikka is an upcoming punjabi horror movie.First of it`s kind in Punjabi cinema.

RELEASING ON THE 6TH OF JUNE 2014 IN NORTH INDIA

THE FIRST EVER HORROR IN THE HISTORY OF PUNJABI CINEMA

THE BEST FILM AWARD WINNER AT THE VANCOUVER

INTERNATIONAL SOUTH ASIAN FILM FESTIVAL [VISAFF]

SCREENED AT THE BIGGEST SOUTH ASIAN FILM FESTIVAL OF 

NORTH AMERICA – PUNJABI INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL [PIFF]

A Film by Jeet Matharru

May 06, 2014 - Horror - 135 min.

“SIKKA”

DEDICATED TO ALL THOSE UNFORTUNATE WOMEN ACROSS THE 
WORLD WHO ARE RAPED OR ABUSED AND HAVE LITTLE CHANCE OF SEEING THEIR ATTACKERS BROUGHT TO JUSTICE MAJORLY BECAUSE OF GENDER DISCRIMINATION

Top Ten Richest Women In The World

In 2014, it should so still be a man’s world. However, the progress of girls like those listed on this survey shows that girls still create vital inroads into the business world. whereas several might have hereditary the wealth, they need all been actively concerned in running their family’s business by sitting on the board of administrators or operating in government positions.

Some say we live in a man’s world. That may or may not be true, but over 10 percent of the world’s billionaires are women with a total of 172. That figure is up from 138 in 2013. The year’s richest women come a wide array of heiresses, entrepreneurs and spouses who participate in the running of the family business. There were a total of 42 new women to join the ranks of billionaire. Here is a look at the Ten richest women in the world for 2014.

Top Ten Richest Women In The World

1. Christy Walton – $36.7 billion

Born: 1955, Jackson, Wyoming, United States

Spouse: John T. Walton (m. ?–2005)

Children: Lukas Walton

As sister-in-law to Alice Walton, she inherited her share of the Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. fortune when her husband, John Walton, passed away in 2005. She reclaimed her spot as the richest woman in the world when her stake in the solar company First Solar rose 47% for the year. Walton spends a great deal of her time on philanthropic endeavors such as the The San Diego Natural History Museum and other educational related charities. Mrs. Walton is the mother of one child.



2. Liliane Bettencourt – $34.5 billion

Born: October 21, 1922 (age 91), Paris, France

Nationality: French

Spouse: André Bettencourt (m. 1950–2007)

Children: Françoise Bettencourt Meyers

Parents: Eugène Schueller, Louise Madeleine Berthe

After being listed as the wealthiest woman in 2013, Bettencourt slips to number two this year. The 91-year-old French born heiress became the principle stakeholder in the French cosmetics giant L’Oréal in 1957 when her father passed away. She would later sell a substantial portion of her stake in exchange for a three percent stake in Nestle, the chocolate maker. She retired from her position on the board of L’Oréal in 2012. She is a widow and mother of one child.



3. Alice Walton – $34.3 billion

Born: October 7, 1949 (age 64), Newport, Arkansas, United States

Education: Trinity University

Parents: Helen Walton, Sam Walton

Siblings: Jim C. Walton, S. Robson Walton, John T. Walton

The 64-year-old heiress in one of two family member to make the top 10 richest women in the world. She inherited her wealth from her father, Sam Walton, the founder of America’s largest retailer Wal-Mart Stores Inc. Alice received her business degrees in finance and spent many years involved with companies in the banking industry including Llama Company, an investment banking firm she founded. She is involved in the political arena as a substantial donor and heavily involved in philanthropy. Ms. Walton has never been married and has no children.



4. Jacqueline Badger Mars – $20 billion

Born : October 10, 1939 (age 74)

Residence : The Plains, Virginia (formerly Bedminster, NJ)

Children : Alexandra Badger,Stephen Mills Badger,Christa Badger

Parents : Forrest Mars, Sr. (1904–1999),Audrey Mars (1910–1989)

Spouse(s) : David H. Badger (m. 1961–84),Hank Vogel (m. 1986–94)

She is a 74-year-old heiress to the largest candy maker in the world, Mars, Incorporated. As one of many candies produced at Mars, M&Ms ranks as one of the most popular candies in the world with over 400 million pieces being produced each day. The company was founded by her father Forrest Mars, Sr., and grandfather Frank C. Mars. She inherited the company with her two brothers when their father passed away in 1999. Ms. Mars is currently divorced with three children.



5. Gina Rinehart – $17.7 billion

Born: February 9, 1954 (age 60), Perth, Australia

Parents: Hope Margaret Nicholas, Lang Hancock

Children: Ginia Rinehart, Hope Rinehart Welker, John Langley Hancock, Bianca Hope Hayward

Spouse: Frank Rinehart (m. 1983–1990), Greg Hayward (m. 1973–1981)

Education: University of Sydney, St Hilda's Anglican School for Girls

This 60-year-old heiress in the wealthiest individual in Australia. A majority of her wealth was inherited from her father, Lang Hancock, who made his fortune in the iron ore and coal industry in Australia. In recent years, Rinehart has been making substantial investments in the media industry with a 10 percent stake in Ten Network Holdings and a 12 percent stake in Fairfax Media. Rinehard is currently divorced with four children.



6. Susanne Klatten – $17.4 billion

Born: April 28, 1962 (age 51), Bad Homburg vor der Höhe, Germany

Spouse: Jan Klatten (m. 1990)

Parents: Johanna Quandt, Herbert Quandt

Siblings: Stefan

Awards: Bavarian Order of Merit

Education: University of Buckingham, International Institute for Management Development

Klatten is the 51-year-old daughter of Johanna Quandt, #10 on the list of the world’s richest women. Aside from her 12.5% stake in BMW, her father also left her a 50.1% stake in pharmaceutical and chemicals manufacturer Altana. Under her guidance, Altana became part of the German DAX list of 30 top companies. In recent years, Klatten has bought back almost all outstanding shares of the company. She was married in 1990 and has three children.



7. Abigail Johnson – $17.3 billion

Born: December 19, 1961 (age 52), Boston, Massachusetts, United States

Nationality: American

Spouse: Christopher J. McKown (m. 1988)

Parents: Edward Johnson, III

Education: Harvard Business School (1988), Hobart and William Smith Colleges (1984), Buckingham Browne & Nichols, Harvard University

The American born Johnson is the President of the investment firm Fidelity Financial Services. The firm was founded by her grandfather, Edward C. Johnson II, while her father, Edward C. (Ned) Johnson III, is the company’s CEO. The company manages an investment portfolio with $1.67 trillion in assets. Abigail graduated with an MBA from Harvard in 1988. She was also married in 1988 and has two children.




8. Anne Cox Chambers – $15.5 billion

Born: December 1, 1919 (age 94), Dayton, Ohio, United States

Spouse: Robert William Chambers (m. 1955)

Education: Finch College

Parents: James M. Cox, Margaretta P. Blair

Siblings: Barbara Cox Anthony, James M. Cox Jr., John W. Cox

Children: Katharine Anne Johnson, James Cox Chambers, Margaretta Johnson Taylor

The 94-year-old business operator was born in 1919 to James M. Cox and Margaretta Parker Blair. James built the media empire known as Cox Enterprises. The company is involved in newspapers, television, radio and cable television. Chambers and her sister, Barbara Cox Anthony, took over the family business in 1980 and when her sister passed away in 2007, she became the sole owner of the privately held company. Chambers served as United States Ambassador to Belgium from 1977-1981 under Jimmy Carter.



9. Laurene Powell Jobs – $14 billion

Born: November 6, 1963 (age 50), New Jersey, United States

Spouse: Steve Jobs (m. 1991–2011)

Education: Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, Stanford University, Stanford Graduate School of Business, University of Pennsylvania

Children: Reed Jobs, Erin Siena Jobs, Eve Jobs

As a successful business woman in her own right, Jobs was the founder of several advocate organizations involved in education for disadvantaged students and immigration reform. She is also 50-year-old widow of Steven Jobs , co-founder of Apple Inc. Upon her husband’s death in 2011, she took over control of the Steven P. Jobs Trust, since renamed the Laurene Powell Jobs Trust. The trust currently holds a 7%-8% stake in The Walt Disney Company.



10. Johanna Quandt – $12.8 billion

Born: June 21, 1926 (age 87), Germany

Children: Susanne Klatten

In 1960, the German born Mrs. Quandt married Herbert Quandt, the man who was credited with saving BMW from bankruptcy. The two met when she accepted a position with the company as a secretary and personal assistant. Herbert died in 1982 and left his approximated 51% ownership in BMW to his wife and two sons. For many years, Johanna was actively involved in the business before she retired in 1997. She currently owns a 16.7% stake in the German automaker.





Thursday, 24 April 2014

Justin Bieber

Birth Name : Justin Drew Bieber


Born: March 1, 1994 (age 20), London, Canada

Height: 1.75 m

Movies: Justin Bieber: Never Say Never, Justin Bieber's Believe

Nick Name : Justin, Bieber, Bizzle, The Biebs, JBiebz, JB

Mother : Pattie Mallette

Father : Jeremy Bieber

Occupation : Singer

Label : Island, RBMG

Manager : Scooter Braun

Justin Bieber is a Canadian pop-R&B singer. He was born on March 1, 1994 in London, Ontario and was raised in Stratford, Ontario, CANADA.
Justin Bieber’s mother, Pattie Mallette, was 18 years old when she became pregnant with her son. Mallette, who worked a series of low-paying office jobs, raised Justin Bieber as a single mother in low-income housing. However, Justin Bieber maintains contact with his father, Jeremy Bieber, who married another woman and had two children.

Justin Bieber’s paternal great-grandfather was a German immigrant to Canada.
During his childhood, Justin Bieber was interested in hockey, soccer, and chess; he often kept his musical aspirations to himself. As he grew, Bieber taught himself to play the piano, drums, guitar, and trumpet.

In early 2007, when he was 12, Justin Bieber sang Ne-Yo’s “So Sick” for a local singing competition in Stratford and placed second. Mallette posted a video of the performance on YouTube for their family and friends to see. She continued to upload videos of Bieber singing covers of various R&B songs, and Justin Bieber’s popularity on Youtube grew.

In 2008, Justin Bieber was discovered by Scooter Braun, who happened to come across Bieber’s videos on YouTube and later became his manager. Braun arranged for him to meet with Usher in Atlanta, Georgia, and Bieber was soon signed to Raymond Braun Media Group (RBMG), a joint venture between Braun and Usher, and then to a recording contract with Island Records offered by L.A. Reid.


His debut single, “One Time”, released worldwide in 2009, charted in the top 30 in over ten countries. His debut release, My World, followed on November 17, 2009, and was eventually certified platinum in the United States. Justin Bieber became the first artist to have seven songs from a debut album chart on the Billboard Hot 100.

His “My World 2.0″ was released on March 23, 2010 and has since received similar success; it debuted at number one and within the top ten of several countries and was certified platinum in the United States.

Justin Bieber New Song ‘Broken’ Lyrics

I guess they want a reaction
But I ain’t gonna give it to ‘em
Yeah, they tryin’ to get at me
Yeah, I ain’t gonna read into it
Ooh, they’ve been persistent
Tryin’ break me down
Ooh, I cannot be broken
I cannot be broken
Ooh, I cannot be broken
I cannot be broken
They can’t take what’s mine
Someone like me is hard to find
Ooh, I cannot be broken
Like I knew you were hoping
Hoping it would change me
Hoping it would make me lose my mind
Way too strong for that
You know you were wrong for that
So keep on chasing that 458
As I cruise on the smooth highway
I ain’t even tryin’ get away
I’m good
(Try to break me) I cannot be broken
I cannot be broken
Ooh, I cannot be broken
I cannot be broken
They can’t take what’s mine
Someone like me is hard to find
Ooh, I cannot be broken



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