The road has been turbulent at times for Tisca Chopra, but each ebb and flow has resulted in her reaching new personal and professional growth. Recently back the limelight with Taare Zameen Par for which she received a nomination in the best actor in a supporting role (female) category at the 53rd annual Filmfare Awards. The actress is more keen on working with known directors than actors.
Born first generation Indo-American in Montclair, New Jersey, the 31 year-old, Penn has been called “The Next Tom Hanks” by the Boston Globe and “the world’s most famous Indian-American actor” by New York magazine.
Born in British Columbia and raised in Edmonton, Tim Uppal was elected to the House of Commons in 2008. In his two terms as Member of Parliament, Tim has worked tirelessly on behalf of his constituents of Edmonton-Sherwood Park.
Heralded as the Flying Sikh, Milkha Singh is one of the best track and field sprinter India has ever produced. The life story, which has been narrated both via print and more recently on the big screen, revolves around an average boy who overcame all personal tragedies to become one of the finest athletes, who put India on the map of sports
Where men continue to dominate the big screen, Vidya Balan has successfully defied Bollywood conventions by starring in and popularizing female-centric films
Committing more than a decade to the Indian television industry, Jayati Bhatia’s name is incorporated amongst the most reputed and respectable actors of the industry today.