Thursday, 8 April 2010

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Mallika Sherawat {Born October 24, 1981 as Reema Lamba in Karnal, Haryana, India} is a popular Indian actress and model.










































Mallika Sherawat Known to the public openness, she often appeared in the Indian media as a sex symbol. Mallika inch screen debut in Lak Tunoo, music video by Surjit Bindrakhia. He is interested in seeing the wide with his appearance in the film Khwahish in 2003. in 2004 she starred in Murder, inspired by Hollywood movies that are not loyal. He received a nomination for Best Actress at the Zee Cine Awards Ceremony for her performance in Murder. This film was later one of the biggest hits year.Since then Sherawat has been known for his courage to express opinions in public, as well as a reaction to some statements.She she also made headlines when he won a small role in Jackie Chan movie, The Myth, she made a widely publicized appearance at Cannes Film Festival to promote Myth.However, his appearance in the 2006 movie Into Side Effects Pyaar co-starring Rahul Bose gets her praise from across the industry, and the film also collected a decent collection of box office will success.She Moderates are now beginning to work in the Kollywood (Tamil) film industry, and after point in Kannada films. her debut Dasavathaaram, starring Kamal Haasan, Asin and Jayapradha, where he played one year antagonists.Her led the first release in 2007 is Himesh Reshammiya's AAP Ka Suroor - The Real Love Story, where he played the role of "vampish." Mallika even have protested, saying that the negative role but not a vamp role. With AAP Ka Suroor she has become "the most expensive item girl" as she charged Rs. 1 , 5 crore [8] for the numbers in the film. AAP Ka Suroor successful at the box office. The last release in 2007 Welcome also failed at the box office blockbuster receive status.Sherawat been selected as one of Asia's 100 most beautiful people in Hong Kong-based fashion and beauty magazine.
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