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  Isha Talwar
Isha Talwar (born December 22, 1987 in Mumbai, Maharashtra) is an Indian film and television actress. After she worked as a model and appeared in various commercial, she made her film debut with the 2012 Malayalam film Thattathin Marayathu.

Isha Talwar is the daughter of Vinod Talwar, who works as a director and executive producer for Boney Kapoor in Bollywood. Born and brought up in Mumbai, she graduated from St. Xavier's College, Mumbai in 2008.She joined choreographer Terence Lewis's dance school in 2004 where she learned various dance forms like ballet, jazz, hip-hop and salsa and went on to become a tutor in the dance studio. She stated that Lewis was "one person who changed me completely".

Talwar worked as a model and appeared in 40 commercials for brands like Pizza Hut, Vivel Fairness Cream, Dulux Paints and Dhatri Fairness Cream,...  See full bio

Isha Talwar (born December 22, 1987 in Mumbai, Maharashtra) is an Indian film and television actress. After she worked as a model and appeared in various commercial, she made her film debut with the 2012 Malayalam film Thattathin Marayathu.

Isha Talwar is the daughter of Vinod Talwar, who works as a director and executive producer for Boney Kapoor in Bollywood. Born and brought up in Mumbai, she graduated from St. Xavier's College, Mumbai in 2008.She joined choreographer Terence Lewis's dance school in 2004 where she learned various dance forms like ballet, jazz, hip-hop and salsa and went on to become a tutor in the dance studio. She stated that Lewis was "one person who changed me completely".

Talwar worked as a model and appeared in 40 commercials for brands like Pizza Hut, Vivel Fairness Cream, Dulux Paints and Dhatri Fairness Cream, besides a music video with Hrithik Roshan for the Just Dance competition. She says she spent two years preparing for her film debut.Although she had worked as a child actress in the 2000 Bollywood film Hamara Dil Aapke Paas, her full length film debut was with the Malayalam film Thattathin Marayathu, for which she took a four month voice training class, went through a course to learn the language, and learned to play the guitar. The film which saw her play Aisha, a Muslim girl who falls in love with a Hindu boy, became a blockbuster and was listed by Rediff in their "Top five Malayalam films of 2012"-list. Critics noted that she "looked beautiful", but had "nothing much to do" in the film. In a later interview, she stated that the role of Aisha had given her "a lot of recognition" and that she was "really happy with" her girl next door image from the film. Her second film I Love Me by B. Unnikrishnan had her playing the female lead alongside Asif Ali and Unni Mukundan. She told that her character in the film Samantha had "shades of grey".

2013 she had two releases, her Telugu debut, Gunde Jaari Gallanthayyinde, which opened to a positive response, and her Tamil debut, Thillu Mullu, a remake of the same-titled 1981 Tamil comedy film which was also a commercial success. In 2014, she was seen in the Malayalam films, Balyakalasakhi, Utsaha Committee, God's Own Country and Anjali Menon's Bangalore Days. She has the triangular love story God Bless You coming up in 2014. She has also been shooting for the Tamil remake of Thattathin Marayathu, reprising her own role.

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  Parvathy Omanakuttan
Parvathy Omanakuttan (born December 20, 1987) is an Indian model and actress who was crowned Miss India World in 2008 and later became first runner-up as Miss World Asia & Oceania at the Miss World 2008 competition.Parvathy Omanakuttan was born in Kottayam, Kerala, as the first child of Omanakkuttan Nair. She is originally from Changanacherry and now lives in Mumbai. She was seven months old when she came to Mumbai with her parents, because her father had to join Taj Hotel. She studied English literature at Mumbai's Mithibai College.
Parvathy Omanakuttan made her cinematic debut through the Bollywood flick United Six directed by Vishal Aryan Singh. She later signed a Malayalam film titled Madan Kolli by Major Ravi, in which she had to play dual roles, one that of a police officer and the other that of a vampire.In 2012 she Act with Ajith Kumar in Billa II.

Parvathy Omanakuttan (born December 20, 1987) is an Indian model and actress who was crowned Miss India World in 2008 and later became first runner-up as Miss World Asia & Oceania at the Miss World 2008 competition.Parvathy Omanakuttan was born in Kottayam, Kerala, as the first child of Omanakkuttan Nair. She is originally from Changanacherry and now lives in Mumbai. She was seven months old when she came to Mumbai with her parents, because her father had to join Taj Hotel. She studied English literature at Mumbai's Mithibai College.
Parvathy Omanakuttan made her cinematic debut through the Bollywood flick United Six directed by Vishal Aryan Singh. She later signed a Malayalam film titled Madan Kolli by Major Ravi, in which she had to play dual roles, one that of a police officer and the other that of a vampire.In 2012 she Act with Ajith Kumar in Billa II.

Known For: Billa II
 
  Sneha Ullal
Sneha Ullal is an Indian film actress who has appeared in Tollywood and Bollywood films. She is best known for her role in the Telugu film Ullasamga Utsahamga.

Ullal was born in Muscat, Oman to Indian immigrants parents of Devadiga community from Mangalore.

She studied at Indian School Muscat and Salalah in Oman. Later she moved to Mumbai with her mother and attended Durelo Convent High School and later studied at MMK College. At college she befriended Arpita Khan, her college mate and the younger sister of Bollywood superstar Salman Khan. The friendship led to the chance meeting with Salman Khan and film offers.

Ullal made her movie debut in the 2005 Hindi movie Lucky: No Time for Love across Salman Khan. After that she appeared in a movie with Khan`s brother Sohail Khan in Aryan, which did no...  See full bio

Sneha Ullal is an Indian film actress who has appeared in Tollywood and Bollywood films. She is best known for her role in the Telugu film Ullasamga Utsahamga.

Ullal was born in Muscat, Oman to Indian immigrants parents of Devadiga community from Mangalore.

She studied at Indian School Muscat and Salalah in Oman. Later she moved to Mumbai with her mother and attended Durelo Convent High School and later studied at MMK College. At college she befriended Arpita Khan, her college mate and the younger sister of Bollywood superstar Salman Khan. The friendship led to the chance meeting with Salman Khan and film offers.

Ullal made her movie debut in the 2005 Hindi movie Lucky: No Time for Love across Salman Khan. After that she appeared in a movie with Khan`s brother Sohail Khan in Aryan, which did not do well in the box office.

After this movie, she was noted for striking similarities in appearance with Aishwarya Rai.

Since then she has appeared many successful Telugu Movies such Ullasamga Utsahamga, her Telugu debut. It was a huge hit and she became popular in the South. Nenu Meeku Telusa...? was her second Telugu release. After that she appeared in an item number named Nuvvu ready in the Telugu movie King opposite Nagarjuna.

In 2009, Ullal appeared in one Bollywood film and another Telugu film, neither of which were successes. She has also acted in Simha opposite Balakrishna,which turned out to be a blockbuster. 

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  Ashok
Ashok is an Indian actor who works in South Indian films, primarily in Tamil.

Ashokk was born on 12 December in Thiruvaiyaru, Thanjavur District, Tamil Nadu into a middle-class family to R. Balakrishnan and Radha Balakrishnan. He has one brother Aroon. Ashok was brought up in Mumbai, Maharastra and did his schooling in Fatima High School (Vidyavihar) and Vani Vidyalaya (Mulund, Mumbai). He completed his SSLC in 1997 from Vani Vidyalaya. He has graduated with Majors in Sociology, Psychology & Hindi Literature from St. Xavier's College, Mumbai.

He is fluent in Hindi, English, Tamil, Marathi, Gujarati and also Malayalam and Telugu to an extent.

He learnt Bharatnatyam at the age of four. He is the youngest disciple of T. S. Kadhirvelu Pillai. He's also trained in Western contemporary Jazz Ballet and has worked with ace choreogra...  See full bio

Ashok is an Indian actor who works in South Indian films, primarily in Tamil.

Ashokk was born on 12 December in Thiruvaiyaru, Thanjavur District, Tamil Nadu into a middle-class family to R. Balakrishnan and Radha Balakrishnan. He has one brother Aroon. Ashok was brought up in Mumbai, Maharastra and did his schooling in Fatima High School (Vidyavihar) and Vani Vidyalaya (Mulund, Mumbai). He completed his SSLC in 1997 from Vani Vidyalaya. He has graduated with Majors in Sociology, Psychology & Hindi Literature from St. Xavier's College, Mumbai.

He is fluent in Hindi, English, Tamil, Marathi, Gujarati and also Malayalam and Telugu to an extent.

He learnt Bharatnatyam at the age of four. He is the youngest disciple of T. S. Kadhirvelu Pillai. He's also trained in Western contemporary Jazz Ballet and has worked with ace choreographers Terence Lewis, Remo D'souza and also got trained under the able guidance of dancers/choreographers from the Cunningham School (USA). He has performed at various stages across India and toured all over U.S. and Europe for dance/theatre projects. He has acted as well as choreographed for several Indo-German and Indo-French Dance/Theatre Projects. He has won several awards and honours including the coveted Nritya Mayur award for excellence in dance from the Govt.of Maharashtra.

He has been actively involved in a lot of plays/stage and dance/theatre projects. He was involved in stage productions like the musical "Evita" directed by Alyque Padamsee, "Love is the Best Remedy" by Jean Jacques Bellot, "Katha" - in Hindi directed by Ravi Mishra of Ekjute Productions for which Ashok won the Best Actor Award during the IPTA, Manch and Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan's/Bhavan's Kala Kendra Theatre Festivals. He also directed the play "Cryptic Death" for the Thespo Theatre Festival.

He had choreographed for several stage shows with Bollywood Celebrities like Asha Bhonsle, Sonu Nigam and Aamir Khan (for the Brittania Lagaan Match Event), before becoming an actor. He also worked as an assistant dance choreographer with Raju Khan for several Bollywood films. Ashok worked as a choreographer for an album as a tribute to M. S. Subbalakshmi. He performed at a Peace Concert post WTC Attacks 9/11.

Ashok had a formal training in acting in Kishore Namit Kapoor's Acting Institute (Mumbai) too. He also got trained in Film stunts, fights and gymnastics. During his childhood he played the role of Little Krishna in Ramanand Sagar's teleserial Sri Krishna for which he won the "Best Child Actor Award" from Uptron. It was telecast in Doordarshan in 1994-95.

His debut film in Tamil was Murugaa, directed by R. T. Nesan. His second film Pidichirukku, directed by Kanagu, was released for Pongal 2008. He also did a cameo for a song in a Malayalam film titled Mulla, directed by Lal Jose.

His next flick is Vaanam Partha Seemayilae, produced by Pyramid Saimira Group. Ashok played the role of Karuppan- a rugged/rustic villager.

Known For: Ula
 
  M. Anbazhagan
M. Anbazhagan is a film director and screenwriter. His debut film is Saattai, and he works in Tamil cinema. Saattai stars Samuthirakani.

M. Anbazhagan is a film director and screenwriter. His debut film is Saattai, and he works in Tamil cinema. Saattai stars Samuthirakani.

Known For: RubaaiSaattai
 
  Neha Sharma
Stunning and beautiful Neha Sharma is an Indian actress works in Bollywood films. She came to notice by her debut movie 'Crook' along with Emraan Hashmi. She was born and brought up in Bhagalpur, Bihar. But, she went to Delhi to pursue a course in Fashion Designing from the NIFT institute. She started her acting career with the movie 'Chirutha' in Tollywood. In 2010, she acted in Mohit Suri's 'Crook' from where she was noticed by Bollywood. She has featured in Kunal Kohli Directorial 'Teri Meri Kahani' (2012) as the ex-girlfriend of Shahid Kapoor. She was one of the leads in the comedy movie 'Kyaa Super Kool Hai Hum' produced by Balaji Motion Pictures Ltd.


Neha is a trained Kathak Dancer. She has also learnt some western dance forms like Salsa, Hip-Hop, jive etc. from London. She has a dream to launch her own brand of cloths using her ...  See full bio

Stunning and beautiful Neha Sharma is an Indian actress works in Bollywood films. She came to notice by her debut movie 'Crook' along with Emraan Hashmi. She was born and brought up in Bhagalpur, Bihar. But, she went to Delhi to pursue a course in Fashion Designing from the NIFT institute. She started her acting career with the movie 'Chirutha' in Tollywood. In 2010, she acted in Mohit Suri's 'Crook' from where she was noticed by Bollywood. She has featured in Kunal Kohli Directorial 'Teri Meri Kahani' (2012) as the ex-girlfriend of Shahid Kapoor. She was one of the leads in the comedy movie 'Kyaa Super Kool Hai Hum' produced by Balaji Motion Pictures Ltd.


Neha is a trained Kathak Dancer. She has also learnt some western dance forms like Salsa, Hip-Hop, jive etc. from London. She has a dream to launch her own brand of cloths using her knowledge some day. She loves to read and dance. She has also got some culinary skills too.Now she is back in action with her latest movie 'Jayanta Bhai Ki Luv Story' a romantic-comedy with famous actor Vivek Oberoi.

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  Taaha Shah
Taaha Shah is an Indian actor and former model working in the Hindi film industry, known for his leading role in the 2011 Y-Films romantic comedy Luv Ka The End, a critical and commercial flop, and subsequently featured in his first commercially successful drama Gippi.

Taaha Shah was born in Abu Dhabi, the capital city of United Arab Emirates, to Shah Sikkander Badusha and Mahnaz Sikkander Badusha, who are from South India. His father is an F.R.C.S. from Glasgow and Edinburgh and is also an Orthopedic doctor and his mother, an M.Sc and MBA from Washington, D.C., was a biochemist and now an entrepreneur. He has an elder brother, Abid, who is a Lead Civil engineer from University of Toronto. Taaha's education involved quite a worldwide travel.

His education began at the Sherwood Academy in Abu Dhabi where he studied till the ...  See full bio

Taaha Shah is an Indian actor and former model working in the Hindi film industry, known for his leading role in the 2011 Y-Films romantic comedy Luv Ka The End, a critical and commercial flop, and subsequently featured in his first commercially successful drama Gippi.

Taaha Shah was born in Abu Dhabi, the capital city of United Arab Emirates, to Shah Sikkander Badusha and Mahnaz Sikkander Badusha, who are from South India. His father is an F.R.C.S. from Glasgow and Edinburgh and is also an Orthopedic doctor and his mother, an M.Sc and MBA from Washington, D.C., was a biochemist and now an entrepreneur. He has an elder brother, Abid, who is a Lead Civil engineer from University of Toronto. Taaha's education involved quite a worldwide travel.

His education began at the Sherwood Academy in Abu Dhabi where he studied till the 4th grade. He then shifted to Kodaikanal International School, a boarding school in Tamil Nadu, India, where he continued his education for the next 3 years. Feeling homesick, he returned to UAE and later shifted to Sharjah with his family, where he finished his schooling at International School of Choueifat and Sharjah American International School.

Taaha joined the American University of Sharjah only for a semester and dropped out of his Bachelor of Business Administration course, as he was not willing to do so. He does weaponry on the beach and has also received certificates in paragliding and scuba diving. Since 2006, Taaha worked in several businesses of human resource management, construction, real estate, building materials, and as a hobby did a few modeling] assignments for the next three years.

He started modeling at the age of 16 for brands such as Honda, Bacardi, Emirates Bank, Bank of Oman, National Bank of Abu Dhabi, Omantel and others. Taaha Shah was also reported to be a successful entrepreneur with his own steel import firm. He turned to acting after an economic downturn struck him.

He later made a trip to Toronto, Canada, to visit his brother for New Year's Eve in 2009, where he finalised to aim his career at acting. Then, he took admission to the New York Film Academy (NYFA) in Abu Dhabi. Taaha had also learnt acting during his school life in Abu Dhabi. After completing six months at NYFA, he was about to leave for Los Angeles to complete the remainder of his course, when his father suddenly thought that Taaha should make a move to Mumbai first.

His mother too agreed to this and two weeks later (in September 2009) Taaha came to Mumbai for a two-day visit with his family and incidentally, they remained over there. In Mumbai he had to spend countless hours practicing dancing and martial arts.Nine months later, Taaha was signed for his debut film, Luv Ka The End of Y-Films. He was cast as an antihero, the first of its kind in the youth genre. He was seen for a second time in the 2013 movie Gippi by Dharma Productions, which released on 10 May 2013.

Taaha received positive reviews for his performance, Karan Johar said, "Taaha has a strong screen presence that combines machismo and vulnerability. I am sure he will have a great innings at the movies." Ramesh S. Taurani noted, "With two back-to-back good performances, Taaha has the potential to be someone who is here to stay. Right choices of films will ensure a strong foothold for him in the industry. I wish him best of luck and loads of success." Rensil D'Silva wrote, "Taaha has the right mix of vulnerability and intensity to straddle many genres — be it a romcom, an intense drama or a thriller. And to top it all, he's a good actor. That's an enviable mix." Nikhil Advani described, "Taaha is one of the few new talents showing that acting is about versatility. With his second film Gippi, he's chosen the right path."

As of September 2014, Taaha has several projects in various stages of production. Taaha has completed shooting for his next film Tina and Lolo alongside Sunny Leone, Karishma Tanna and Deepak Tijori, and Mahesh Bhatt's Barkhaa opposite Pakistani actress Sara Loren.He is currently filming for J. P. Dutta's Next untitled film.

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  Aarthi
Aarthi also known as Aarthi Ganeshkar is a Tamil comedian actress who prominently plays supporting roles. Appearing in many Tamil films, she is also a regular guest judge on Asathapovathu Yaaru on Sun TV in Chennai. Recently she took part in Kalaignar TV's dance show, Maanada Mayilada, coming second in the process with Ganeshkar, whom she later married.

Aarthi also known as Aarthi Ganeshkar is a Tamil comedian actress who prominently plays supporting roles. Appearing in many Tamil films, she is also a regular guest judge on Asathapovathu Yaaru on Sun TV in Chennai. Recently she took part in Kalaignar TV's dance show, Maanada Mayilada, coming second in the process with Ganeshkar, whom she later married.

 
  Ileana
Ileana D'cruz (born 1 November, 1987) is an Indian film actress, who predominantly appears in Telugu cinema. Starting her career as a model, she made her feature film debut in Y. V. S. Chowdhary's 2006 Telugu film Devadasu.She then went on to appear in blockbusters like Pokiri (2006), Jalsa (2008), Kick (2009), and Julayi (2012), establishing herself as one of Telugu cinema's leading actresses. D'Cruz made her Kollywood debut earlier in 2006 with Kedi and made a comeback in Shankar's Nanban (2012). In 2012, she has made bollywood debut with critically acclaimed Barfi! and has received critical appreciation for her performance.

Ileana was born in Mumbai, Maharashtra as the second child to Ronald D'Cruz and Samira. She has three siblings — older sister Farrah, younger brother Rhys and youngest sister Eileen. Her first name comes fr...  See full bio

Ileana D'cruz (born 1 November, 1987) is an Indian film actress, who predominantly appears in Telugu cinema. Starting her career as a model, she made her feature film debut in Y. V. S. Chowdhary's 2006 Telugu film Devadasu.She then went on to appear in blockbusters like Pokiri (2006), Jalsa (2008), Kick (2009), and Julayi (2012), establishing herself as one of Telugu cinema's leading actresses. D'Cruz made her Kollywood debut earlier in 2006 with Kedi and made a comeback in Shankar's Nanban (2012). In 2012, she has made bollywood debut with critically acclaimed Barfi! and has received critical appreciation for her performance.

Ileana was born in Mumbai, Maharashtra as the second child to Ronald D'Cruz and Samira. She has three siblings — older sister Farrah, younger brother Rhys and youngest sister Eileen. Her first name comes from Greek mythology, meaning Helen of Troy. While growing up, she lived in Goa for about seven years.

During that time, the manager of the hotel her mother was working in, suggested that she should start modelling and fixed a meeting with Marc Robinson. Though initially reluctant, she was persuaded and her first portfolio was created in January 2003, which she described as a "disaster". She began gaining notice through photo shoots and ramp shows and her second portfolio was set up the following year, which landed her three advertisements from Electrolux, Emami Talc and Fair and Lovely. The latter, in particular, which was directed by Rakesh Roshan, gave her exposure and brought in several offers for acting in feature films.

In 2005, D'Cruz was called for an audition by director Teja, but the project was cancelled. She instead made her feature film debut in the Telugu language romance film Devadasu (2006), directed by Y. V. S. Chowdhary. She underwent acting classes with Aruna Bhikshu, before starting to work on the film. She recalls that during filming she felt "pressured  almost cried and didn't want to go further", but went ahead after her mother encouraged her, giving her "the lecture of a lifetime  at 3 am." Upon release, critics were in praise of Ileana, particularly referring to her physique and looks; Jeevi of Idlebrain wrote that Ileana "makes a cool debut. She is good at histrionics and has a fabulous body any woman would love to possess. She has great legs and nice physique", while a review from Indiaglitz noted that she "has chiseled features and a figure to die-for." Devadasu, which also marked its lead actor Ram's acting debut, became the year's first major commercial success, eventually grossing around  14 crores, whilst earning Ileana the Filmfare Award for Best Female Debutant. She next appeared opposite Mahesh Babu in the action flick Pokiri in which she portrayed an aerobics teacher, who is harassed by a corrupt police officer. The film was a huge financial success, emerging the highest-grossing Telugu film of all time until then, as well as Ileana's biggest commercial success.

Later that year, she made her Tamil-language film debut in Kedi (2006). Although the film did not do so well at the box-office, D'Cruz remained too busy to accept all the film roles offered to her. Her Telugu film Khatarnak (2006) in which she acted opposite Ravi Teja did not do as well as expected, which has been attributed to her glamorous appearance not going down well with the audience. She subsequently experienced a setback in her career as her following releases Rakhi (2006) and Munna (2007) proved critically and financially unsuccessful.

D'Cruz's career took a turn for the better with the release of her well-received 2007 film Aata, opposite Siddharth. She received favorable reviews for her performance as Satya, a college student who is on the run from the home minister's crooked son by whom she is targeted, when leading a protest and demanding punishment for his crimes. Idlebrain described her as "gorgeous" and a "treat to watch to the eyes". In 2008, she performed a lead role opposite Pawan Kalyan in Jalsa, directed by Trivikram Srinivas. In spite of opening to mixed reviews, the film turned out to become a high financial success. Ileana received largely positive remarks, with critics citing that she looked "pretty", "damn cool", and "every bit chic and stunning throughout the film", while being later awarded the Santosham Award, one of five awards for Jalsa, and the South Scope Style Award, besides garnering a nomination for the Best Actress prize at the 56th Filmfare Awards South. Her first 2009 release, titled Kick, was likewise declared a box office success, becoming one of the highest-grossing films that year.

Later that year she starred in the films Rechipo and Y. V. S. Choudary's Saleem alongside Vishnu Manchu, both of which performed poorly at the box office. Huduga Hudugi, her first Kannada film, became her only 2010 release; it featured her in an item number named after her.

Ileana then essayed the female lead role in Shakti, opposite Jr. NTR, with whom she worked earlier in Rakhi. The high-budget socio-fantasy film was panned by critics and became a commercial failure. She gave a stage performance for this movie's audio release function along with her co-star Jr. NTR,as part as promotion of the film. Her next release was Nenu Naa Rakshasi, which marked her second collaboration with Puri Jagannadh, following the success of Pokiri. Though the film was a failure, her performance was received positively by critics; an Indiaglitz reviewer described her as a "pleasant surprise in the film" as she "cried, smirked, looked hot, grabbed sympathy and made faces that were apt to the scenes", while cinegoer's reviewer cited that the film had "one bright spot, Ileana, she looks stunning and also like an accomplished senior to the hero." Despite her films didn't fare well at the box office, Ileana continued to be the highest paid actress of South India.

In early 2012 she starred in her second Tamil venture, S. Shankar's Nanban opposite Vijay. A remake of the hugely successful and acclaimed 2009 Hindi film 3 Idiots, Ileana essayed the character originally played by Kareena Kapoor. The film likewise opened to critical acclaim and became a major financial success. Her next release was a telugu film Julai starring with Allu Arjun opened to mixed reviews but became a commercial success. She then starred in Puri Jagannadh's Devudu Chesina Manushulu alongside with Ravi Teja where she played a role of taxi driver. The film received mixed reviews and eventually under-performed at the box office.

Ileana made her Hindi debut with Anurag Basu directorial Barfi!, as the role of a narrator starring alongside Ranbir Kapoor and Priyanka Chopra. The movie released on 14 September 2012, to highly positive reviews from critics. Ileana's portrayal won her critical acclaim, with a review on Filmfare stating "This is Ileana’s first film but her fantastic performance is just a testament why the Telugu audience consider her a superstar. Of course it also helps that she is the most appealing visual in Barfi! out shining even the scenic hills of Darjeeling". Rajeev Masand said of her performance, "Ileana leaves a lasting impression in her Hindi film debut, conveying both love and pain through those beautiful, expressive eyes".

D'Cruz later signed her second Hindi film, Phata Poster Nikla Hero opposite actor Shahid Kapoor, which is expected to start filming in November 2012 and release sometime in 2013.

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  Shazahn Padamsee
Shazahn Padamsee was born on 18th October 1987 in Paris, France. Before making her entry to films she worked in numerous stage performances along with her father. She made her Bollywood debut with Rocket Singh: Salesman of the Year in 2009 co-starring Ranbir Kapoor, Gauhar Khan and Prem Chopra.

Shazahn Padamsee subsequently appeared in numerous commercial successful films like Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji co-starring Ajay Devgn, Emraan Hashmi, Omi Vaidya, Tisca Chopra and Shruti Haasan, Housefull 2 co-starring Akshay Kumar, Asin Thottumkal, John Abraham ,Jacqueline Fernandez and Rishi Kapoor, Masala co-starring Venkatesh, Ram and Anjali, among other films.

Shazahn Padamsee was born on 18th October 1987 in Paris, France. Before making her entry to films she worked in numerous stage performances along with her father. She made her Bollywood debut with Rocket Singh: Salesman of the Year in 2009 co-starring Ranbir Kapoor, Gauhar Khan and Prem Chopra.

Shazahn Padamsee subsequently appeared in numerous commercial successful films like Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji co-starring Ajay Devgn, Emraan Hashmi, Omi Vaidya, Tisca Chopra and Shruti Haasan, Housefull 2 co-starring Akshay Kumar, Asin Thottumkal, John Abraham ,Jacqueline Fernandez and Rishi Kapoor, Masala co-starring Venkatesh, Ram and Anjali, among other films.

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