Barbara Mori is of Uruguayan, Japanese, and Mexican heritage. She has only one blockbuster film to her credit- La mujer de mi hermano (2005). Mori was invited to modeling by fashion designer Marcos Toledo; she later became a telenovela actress with TV Azteca. The actress has her own lingerie line, and uses her image to support charitable causes such as the fight against breast cancer in Mexico. Incidentally, recently she presented the 8th Annual Latin Grammy Awards.
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Posted in General, Movies, News and Views, tagged 8th Annual Latin Grammy Awards, Anil Kapoor, Anurag Basu, Barbara Mori, Film Star, Hollywoood, Hrithik Roshan, Kites, La mujer de mi hermano, Model Brunah Abdullah, Movies Review, News, Penelope Cruz, Rajesh Roshan, Rakesh Roshan, Salsa, Sonam on 7 March 2008| 104 Comments »
Posted in Cultural, Entertainment, General, Indian History, Movie Reviews, Movies, Observation, Seriously!, tagged Aishwarya Rai, Amitabh Bachchan, Ashutosh Gowariker, Entertainment, History, Hrithik Roshan, Humor, Jodha Akbar, Jodha Bai, Marriage, Movie Review, Rajasthan, Rajput, Relationships on 24 February 2008| Leave a Comment »
If Emperor Akbar were to watch Ashutosh Gowariker’s Jodhaa Akbar, he would have said, “Wow man! What opulence, very impressive indeed.” And if Jodhaa and Akbar were to watch Jodhaa Akbar together, they would have definitely fallen in love with each other even if they did not back then. Jodhaa Bai would have told Jodhaa of the story, “Cut that fuss out lady! What else do you need?”
Posted in Entertainment, Movie Reviews, Movies, News and Views, tagged Aishwarya Rai, Amitabh Bachchan, Culture, Entertainment, History, Hrithik Roshan, Jodhaa Akbar, Movies on 17 February 2008| Leave a Comment »
Jodha Akbar, with cost estimated at Rs. 400 million and featuring country’s two biggest stars, was finally premiered all over India this Friday. Its release was postponed twice. However, it did not see acceptance for release from the very state this historic tale is based on: Rajasthan. It was banned from screening in the scheduled 30 cinema halls in Rajasthan, nine of which are in the pink city.