Anushka Sharma, born in 1988, is one of those Indian actresses, who started from right from the top. Her first movie Jab Ne Bana Di Jodi (2008) got immediate five stars out of five from Indivue. Her first role was opposite Shah Rukh Khan, who is the King of Bollywood according to many.
After modeling and acting she went on and started also producing films, like NH 10, the movie of which was also seen in a Movie Festival in Helsinki, Finland, back in 2015. A bit more than two years later she herself came to Finland and visited snowy Lapland during her honeymoon.
So far two of Anushka Sharma’s movies can be found among the Best of Bollywood Movies in this Millennium, and those are Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi and PK. Other good movies of hers are for example Ladies vs Ricky Bahl, NH10 and Dil Dhadakne Do.
Here below is a list of allAnushka Sharma -movies and their soundtracks. The links with the movie names along with their director’s names take you to the movie trailers and the movies itself! The starred links take you to the movie reviews by Indivue.
Enjoy this Bollywood musical experience provided to you by Apple Music, and Indivue!
All the Anushka Sharma -movies and music from the films
Vidya Balan is an Indian actress, born in 1978. She started her career in a Bengali movie called Bhalo Theko. Later on, besides Bollywood movies, she has made also one Malayalam film and one Marathi film.
Vidya is well known for her serious roles in Hindi cinema, and some of her best movies I’ve seen are Parineeta, Bhool Bhulaiyaa, Halla Bol, Paa, Ishqiya, Kahaani and No One Killed Jessica, which also belongs among the Best of Bollywood movies of This Millennium.
Here below is a list of all Vidya Balan -movies together with their soundtracks, if the music is available in Apple Music -service. Movies mentioned here with their director are straight links to the movie trailers to watch and movies itself to rent or buy. And as a delight for all the non-hindi-speakers, those movies have English subtitles.
Indian actor Ranveer Singh is rather a new face on the Bollywood screen, and his first role was in 2010 in the movie Band Baaja Baarat.
As I mentioned about Ranveer Singh in Finnish back in 2015, this charming face, born in 1985, has been said to be the next Shah Rukh Khan of Bollywood. Whatever will be the case is left for us to see, but in the meanwhile we can enjoy his movies made so far, and of those there is one interesting point to be made: Already two of Ranveer Singh’s nine movies belong to the Best of Bollywood Movies of this Millennium.
Here below are all the Ranveer Singh -movies, and the link with the movie director’s name takes you to the movie and its trailer itself. All the music from the movie soundtracks is provided by Apple Music. If a movie has been reviewed in Indivue, a starred link will lead you there.
Enjoy this wonderful Bollywood musical experience!
All the Ranveer Singh -movies and music from the films
As I mentioned in the previous article about Salman Khan, the Best Bollywood Movies of the Previous Millennium would have at least one Salman Khan starred movie, and that would be Hum Aapke Hain Koun..! – It is also one of them recommendable movies from the first decade of Indian actor Salman Khan’s career. Other movies Indivue recommends to watch from his first ten years are Biwi Ho To Aisi, Saajan, Khamoshi: The Musical and Kuch Kuch Hota Hai.
Till this date it has been very difficult to see Salman Khan movies in the West, especially with English subtitles. Many of them have been available in dvd in India, but now iTunes is offering a little help through providing some of those Salman Khan movies to buy or rent. Those movies are mentioned here in this article with the name of the movie director, so you can find them easily.
In 2018 Salman Khan celebrates his 30 years in Indian Hindi Film industry, often better known as Bollywood. Interestingly he has made also one movie with Hollywood, and that was Marigold back in 2007. In the end of June 2018 Salman Khan will be seen performing live in North America.
For the rest of us, in the other continents of this world, there is Apple Music providing most of the Bollywood tunes from all the Salman Khan -movies to enjoy – So put on your earphones and hear –
ALL THE SALMAN KHAN MOVIES WITH MOST OF THE MOVIE SOUNDTRACKS FROM 1988-1998
As I mentioned in the previous article, the Indian actor Salman Khan has been acting in Bollywood movies for a full 30 years now, which is a good reason to look back at his career and all the many great Bollywood movies he has been making.
Then again, if we talk about the Best of Bollywood Movies from the Previous Millennium, Salman Khan will be found from there also, with the movie Hum Aapke Hain Koun at least.
In addition to the fivestarreer Tere Naam, other recommendable Salman Khan -movies from the period of 1998-2008 are for example Biwi No. 1, Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam and Muhjse Shaadi Karogi. Unfortunately, except for Tere Naam, those movies cannot yet be found from iTunes. Luckily almost all the movie soundtracks from Salman Khan -movies are available in Apple Music and all those songs can be heard here now – so enjoy your musical adventure with Salman Khan movies and Bollywood music provided by Apple Music and stay tuned with Indivue for future updates: Indivue’s Travel Opus to Bollywood is now also in Facebook and in Finnish it can be found here: Matkaopus Bollywoodiin!
All the Salman Khan -movies and music from the movies from 1998-2008
Salman Khan is an Indian actor, born in 1965, known also as a film producer, having a career in Hindi film industry in India for some 30 years by now. He is one of the most famous faces on the screen.
The name of the movie crowning his 30 years of acting in Bollywood films will be Race 3, and the movie will be in theaters in nearby days. But that’s not all of the party – Salman Khan will also have a “Da-Bangg Reloaded Tour” which will head to North America together with his most famous leading ladies and other Bollywood superstars to sing, dance and entertain audiences throughout the USA and Canada. Find more information about it in Travel Opus to Bollywood!
Dabangg has been one of the Salman Khan’s best movies when it comes to music, and it was reviewed in Indivue back in 2010. In addition to it, at least three of Salman Khan’s movies have been reviewed to belong to the Best of Hindi Cinema of this Millennium.
Down below I’ve listed the latest decade of Salman Khan movies, movies from 2008-2018, together with their soundtracks. You can easily listen all the movie soundtracks in Apple Music. Many of them Salman Khan’s latest movies are also available in iTunes to rent or buy, at least in America, and those movies with their trailers you can find in the links with their director’s names.
As I wrote for my Finnish readers back in 2012, Katrina Kaif was really a hit a name in Bollywood during that time, and looking at her now, in 2018, she is still having almost the same speed of movie premieres.
Katrina born in 1983, it has been nice to follow her career, like how she went as a British actress to India and Bollywood and learned the Hindi language side by side with her acting.
Below are listed all the Katrina Kaif -movies and the movie soundtracks made so far. If the movie is mentioned with its director, then it will be a direct link to the movie itself and its trailer.
And if a movie has a Finnish review by Indivue, you will find that in the star link. But to make it sweet and simple, I mention here already, that I’ve seen some ¾ of Katrina Kaif -movies, and so far the best movies have been Namastey London, Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara, New York and Raajneeti, which also belong to the Best of Bollywood Movies in this Millennium. Very nice music can also be found in many of her movies, like Jab Tak Hai Jaan, Bang Bang, and also in her only Telugu movie Allari Pidugu, which you will also find here.
So enjoy this musical experience, mostly Bollywood, from Katrina Kaif -movies provided by Apple Music, and Indivue!
Had I known for sure then, back in 2005, that someday these Bollywood movies from Goa will be as easily available with subtitles as they are now through internet, Apple Music and iTunes, I might have stressed a bit less –
I might have taken a bit less photos and videos, been less sad about by my miserable camera with so less pixels back in the mid 2000’s and envied less about them film makers and other photoprofessionals with expensive cameras producing their beautiful big images and movies from those inspiring surroundings.
Also I might not have carried my camera everywhere in that heat just because people really needed to know about this amazing travel destination and the beautiful nature of Goa, India. I might have been more relaxed, had I known there will be Facebook and YouTube and Google+ and Instagram and that people will eventually get to know about everything, slowly but surely.
But on the other hand, of all these movies shot in Goa, it is Woh Lamhe and Finding Fanny which are expressing the atmosphere of Goa the best in my opinion, and for some reason it is just those movies which are not available in iTunes for people to see. Luckily there is Dilwale, among others, which has also nice scenes.
And yet – there’s still so many stories and scenes left in Goa to make a film about, or a photograph or a painting, for those who dare and care –