Thursday, December 27, 2012

Girls vs Boys SMS Jokes in Hindi

If boys vomit then parents says kaminey kaha kha kar aaya tha,

If girls vomit then parents says kaun tha woh kamina,
Moral of the story: Whoever vomits boys are always kaminey…

Tu agar kabhi de dhokha…

Sunlo jaana tum hi ho ab meri life
Tujh ko chhod k naa koi banagi meri wife
Tu agar kabhi de dhokha
Jaan main apni doonga with a knife..!

Raat ko kitab meri mujhe dekhty rhee

Raat ko kitab meri mujhe dekhty rhee…
neend mujhe apni orr khenchti rhee…
Neend ka jhonka mera mann moh gayaa…
Aur aik raat phir yeh genious bina parhe so gaya …..

Phool Khilenge Gulshan Me

Phool Khilenge Gulshan Me Khubsurti Nazar aayegi
Beete Saal Ki Khatti Meethi Yaade Sung Reh Jaayegi
Aao Milkar Jashn Manaye Naye Saal Ka Hansi Khushi Se
Naye Saal Ki Pehli Subha Khushiyan Anginat Laayegi

Happy New Year 2013 …

Naya Savera Nayi Kiran Ke Sath
Naya Din Ek Pyari Si Muskaan Ke Sath
Aapko Naya Saal Mubarak Ho Dher Sari Duaon Ke Sath

Friday, December 21, 2012

'Dabangg 2'

South Indian actress and Bollywood Diva Sridevi made a huge come-back with Talk-Of-The-Nation film 'English Vinglish' and on the other hand, Actress Flora Saini also makes a small come-back with superstar Salman Khan starrer 'Dabangg 2'. The actress started her career with South Indian films and has done approximately 50 films down south till date which includes Gajendra (With Vijaykanth), Kuselan (With Rajinikanth) and Money Money, More Money (With J.D.Chakravarthy). Flora was also launched in Hindi by ace director Rajat Mukherji's 'Love In Nepal' (2004), But the film never made a mark at the box-office. The actress now plans to shift the base in Mumbai and is targeting Bollywood as she awaits Dabangg 2 release. On being asked about her missing in Bollywood, Flora replied, "I've been doing films in other regional languages. Now I'm doing a Telugu film, so it feels good to be back." But this is not all, Immediately after Dabangg 2 releases, The actress will be soon seen playing the Lead role in Hasnain Hyderabadwala's 'Ya Rab' which also has Pakistani acclaimed actor Manzar Sehbai who was seen playing the most hated father in 'Bol' (2011). "Hasnain had earlier directed 'The Train' with Emraan Hashmi. We've been friends for long and finally when he had this script, he asked me to come on board," adds Flora.


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