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Bollywood Film Recommendations from Sonali Dev and Asha Ganesan. NB: After gushing about RT17’s Bollywood Romance panel, we invited author Sonali Dev and guest poster Asha Ganesan to provide some recommendations for those who missed the panel.

Bollywood Film Recommendations from Sonali Dev and Asha Ganesan

Award winning author, Sonali Dev, writes Bollywood-style love stories that let her explore issues faced by women around the world while still indulging her faith in a happily ever after. Sonali’s novels have been on Library Journal, NPR, Washington Post and Kirkus Best Books lists. She won the American Library Association’s award for best romance in 2014 and the RT Reviewer Choice Award in 2016, is a RITA nominee, and winner of the RT Seal of Excellence. Sonali lives in the Chicago suburbs with her very patient and often amused husband and two teens who demand both patience and humor, and the world’s most perfect dog. Find out more at sonalidev.com. The one thing I get asked for at every single reader event is recommendations for Bollywood films. But first a tiny bit of context. Classics: Mr. and Mrs. Asha: Untitled. Untitled.

Untitled. Untitled. Overview 12 Dates of Christmas is a romantic comedy that follows Kate (Amy Smart), a young woman who re-lives the same first date on Christmas Eve over and over again.

In an attempt to win back her ex-boyfriend on Christmas Eve, Kate ends up ruining her blind date with Miles (Mark-Paul Gosselaar), a handsome guy she's been set up with. In a strange twist of fate, Kate is given the chance to re-live Christmas Eve twelve times! Kate decides to embrace what Christmas Eve has given her -- a loving family, great friends and Miles, who turns out to be a great guy! However, just as she seems to think she has gotten it right, the clock strikes midnight and Kate must live Christmas Eve once again.

Tagline Twelve chances to get it right. Crew Show All Cast Backdrops Show All Genres. Untitled. Untitled. Untitled. Overview In high school, Schmidt was a dork and Jenko was the popular jock.

After graduation, both of them joined the police force and ended up as partners riding bicycles in the city park. Since they are young and look like high school students, they are assigned to an undercover unit to infiltrate a drug ring that is supplying high school students synthetic drugs. Tagline They thought the streets were mean. Crew Show All Cast Backdrops Show All Genres Production Companies Columbia Pictures, Original Film, Stephen J. Reviews Show All There are no English reviews for this movie. Untitled. Untitled. Untitled. Dame Jane Morris Goodall, DBE (/ˈɡʊdˌɔːl/; born Valerie Jane Morris-Goodall on 3 April 1934)[2] is an English primatologist, ethologist, anthropologist, and UN Messenger of Peace.[3] Considered to be the world's foremost expert on chimpanzees, Goodall is best known for her 55-year study of social and family interactions of wild chimpanzees in Gombe Stream National Park, Tanzania.[4] She is the founder of the Jane Goodall Institute and the Roots & Shoots program, and she has worked extensively on conservation and animal welfare issues.

She has served on the board of the Nonhuman Rights Project since its founding in 1996.[5][6] Early years Jane Goodall was born in London, England, in 1934 to Mortimer Herbert Morris-Goodall, a businessman, and Margaret Myfanwe Joseph, a novelist who wrote under the name Vanne Morris-Goodall.[2] As a child, she was given a lifelike chimpanzee toy named Jubilee by her father; her fondness for the toy started her early love of animals. Africa Personal life Work. Joy Adamson (born Friederike Victoria Gessner;[1] 20 January 1910 – 3 January 1980) was a naturalist, artist and author.

Her book, Born Free, describes her experiences raising a lion cub named Elsa.[2] Born Free was printed in several languages, and made into an Academy Award-winning movie of the same name. In 1977, she was awarded the Austrian Cross of Honour for Science and Art.[3] Early life[edit] Adamson was born to Victor and Traute Gessner in Troppau, Silesia, Austria-Hungary[1] (now Opava, Czech Republic), the second of three daughters. Kevin Richardson submitting to a jaguar Kevin Richardson (born 8 October 1974) is a South African animal behaviourist who has worked extensively with native animals of Africa.

Kevin Richardson was born in the Nightingale Clinic on 8 October 1974 in Johannesburg, South Africa. He spent his childhood in the neighbourhood of Orange Grove.[1] His mother, Patricia, worked for Barclays Bank and was also born in South Africa. Richardson's father, who worked for a pharmaceutical company, was born in the United Kingdom and moved to South Africa from Reading, Berkshire. Kevin Richardson is the youngest of four children: he has an older brother and two sisters who are twins.[2] His father died when Richardson was thirteen years old. Richardson went to college and studied zoology, but quit following two years of repetitive lessons on marine biology instead of mammals.

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