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The Big & the Beautiful of Bollywood

NEW DELHI, March 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

We will bring to you, a dimpled beauty, a chiselled hulk and an iron-butterfly to talk Bollywood at the Conclave

Bollywood is a heady concoction of flavours - from soft to intense, from flash-in-the-pan successes to lingering and long lasting artistry. It is a spectrum of talent and there are always flavours of the season.  

For the dimpled beauty Deepika Padukone, 2013 was the lucky year. She scored a hat-trick of 100 crores, with Race 2, Yeh Jawaani hai Deewani and Chennai Express and more recently, touched the pinnacle of her acting career so far with Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Goliyon ki Rasleela Ram-Leela. The rocking chemistry between Deepika and co-star Ranveer Singh in the movie left audiences spellbound and critics asking for more.

Matching Deepika's dimpled charm, Ranveer Singh is like the boy next door who gushed with joy the first time he got to film abroad for Gunday - his fifth film. But with his chiselled physique and diligence, he has gradually got himself a foot-space in the Khan-dominated Bollywood bandwagon. With performances like those of a small town entrepreneur in Band Baja Baaraat, a loveless lover boy in Ladies vs Rickey Bahl, a thug in Lootera, the restless and reluctant cult leader in Goliyon ki Rasleela Ram-Leela and the refugee boy in Gunday, Bollywood is gradually coming to accept him as a versatile actor in his own right.  

Finally a Bollywood flick goes much beyond the lure of its leading ladies and heroes. It is a hotbed of talent that flourishes in all shapes and sizes. Meet Kalki Koechlin, the Indian film actress of French descent who debuted in Anurag Kashyap's critically acclaimed Hindi film Dev.D. She has held plots together through her supporting performances in Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani,  Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara, among others.

Recently, she made waves with the satirical video, titled It's Your Fault, that took on the people with the mindset that women are responsible for the rise in sexual assault cases against them.

Join us to celebrate the many colours of Bollywood at the India Today Conclave March 7 & 8 Register here 


Vishwalok Nath
Sr. General Manager
Marketing & Syndications
India Today Group
E-mail: [email protected]

SOURCE India Today Group (Digital)

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