Teri Kasam

'Teri Kasam' - 5 News Result(s)

  • "Goosebumps" As Russian Military Cadets Seen Singing Indian Patriotic Song: Watch
    Offbeat | Edited by Ridhima Shukla | Saturday November 30, 2019
    While singing the famous Indian song by Mohammad Rafi -- "Ae watan, ae watan, hamko teri kasam" from the 1965 movie "Shaheed" -- young Russian military cadets, along with their families and senior Indian military personnel, can be seen heartily swaying to the music in a video shared widely on Twitter.
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  • Ranbir Kapoor Tops Pakistani Actress Mawra Hocane's Wishlist
    Entertainment | Indo-Asian News Service | Friday September 2, 2016
    "If you ask me about directors, then I am ready to work with anybody and everybody because I don't find myself in the position of choosing the directors," said Mawra
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  • Salman Khan Was Upset When We Used His Song: <i>Sanam Teri Kasam</i> Director
    Entertainment | Indo-Asian News Service | Thursday February 4, 2016
    Salman had tweeted: Directors of my film Lucky and Sanam Teri Kasam churaud (stole) my song from Himesh (Reshammiya). Lovely song. Had selected it for 'Tere Naam' The song in question is titled Haal-e-dil
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  • Riteish Deshmukh's Message to Genelia Will Make You Smile
    Entertainment | Written by Divya Goyal | Tuesday January 19, 2016
    Riteish Deshmukh posted a romantic message to wife Genelia D'Souza on social media. "Holding hands with you was the best decision I ever made," he captioned a picture, which he shared on Instagram and Twitter. Riteish and Genelia first co-starred in 2003 film Mujhe Teri Kasam and they married in 2012
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  • Adnan Sami's new album to be launched in January
    Entertainment | Purnima Ranawat | Wednesday December 26, 2012
    Singer Adnan Sami, who became famous for non-film songs like Bheegi bheegi raaton mein and Kabhi to nazar milao, will be back with another album next year.
    www.ndtv.com/entertainment

'Teri Kasam' - 5 News Result(s)

  • "Goosebumps" As Russian Military Cadets Seen Singing Indian Patriotic Song: Watch
    Offbeat | Edited by Ridhima Shukla | Saturday November 30, 2019
    While singing the famous Indian song by Mohammad Rafi -- "Ae watan, ae watan, hamko teri kasam" from the 1965 movie "Shaheed" -- young Russian military cadets, along with their families and senior Indian military personnel, can be seen heartily swaying to the music in a video shared widely on Twitter.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Ranbir Kapoor Tops Pakistani Actress Mawra Hocane's Wishlist
    Entertainment | Indo-Asian News Service | Friday September 2, 2016
    "If you ask me about directors, then I am ready to work with anybody and everybody because I don't find myself in the position of choosing the directors," said Mawra
    www.ndtv.com/entertainment
  • Salman Khan Was Upset When We Used His Song: <i>Sanam Teri Kasam</i> Director
    Entertainment | Indo-Asian News Service | Thursday February 4, 2016
    Salman had tweeted: Directors of my film Lucky and Sanam Teri Kasam churaud (stole) my song from Himesh (Reshammiya). Lovely song. Had selected it for 'Tere Naam' The song in question is titled Haal-e-dil
    www.ndtv.com/entertainment
  • Riteish Deshmukh's Message to Genelia Will Make You Smile
    Entertainment | Written by Divya Goyal | Tuesday January 19, 2016
    Riteish Deshmukh posted a romantic message to wife Genelia D'Souza on social media. "Holding hands with you was the best decision I ever made," he captioned a picture, which he shared on Instagram and Twitter. Riteish and Genelia first co-starred in 2003 film Mujhe Teri Kasam and they married in 2012
    www.ndtv.com/entertainment
  • Adnan Sami's new album to be launched in January
    Entertainment | Purnima Ranawat | Wednesday December 26, 2012
    Singer Adnan Sami, who became famous for non-film songs like Bheegi bheegi raaton mein and Kabhi to nazar milao, will be back with another album next year.
    www.ndtv.com/entertainment
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