Is vivian desena n sukriti kandpal in relations with each other in real life?
it wouid be great if they will be together i love their couple and i am waiting to hear this news.......
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Yes vivian loves sukriti because they are looking real couple and i love them very much.
i know who is the girl friend of vivian. vhibz is not his real girl friend this is just kidng vivian's girlfriend should be as beautiful as he is............................
Vivian dsena is sukirti kandpal husband.and sukirti kandpal is vivian desena wife in pyar ke yeh kahani in real life she didnt married yet.although she have a boyfriend.
Movies that scare are one of the most popular genres of entertainment on the market. Whether you are a fan of the supernatural or a thriller, it is easy to find something to m…ake you jump out of your seat. Some of the best known scary movies of all time are based on real life horror stories, and villains who could blend right in with everybody else. This article will take you through some of the most terrifying stories, and tell you how they ended up on screen. "The Hills Have Eyes" was a hit on its first release in 1977 and was slightly less popular when it was remade into a modern version in 2006. The gruesome tale of a family attacked by mutated hillbillies in the desert struck a chord with many people. It is a little-known fact that the original inspiration for the script was a Scottish tale from the 15th or 16th century. A man called Sawney Bean was the patriarch of a family of cannibals who hunted unwary travelers. The depraved clan was huge and interbred, based in a series of caves in the northwest of the country. They were finally captured after years of atrocities by a huge hunting party as ordered by King James VI. All were executed for their crimes.In terms of inspiration for horror movies, many screenwriters and directors have looked to Ed Gein. Gein was a brutal killer who murdered at least two people and exhumed many more between 1947 and 1952. He kept remnants of the corpses in his home and was particularly prone to taking the bodies of women who resembled his deceased mother. Their unhealthy relationship was an inspiration for Alfred Hitchcock's "Psycho" (1960). Other films inspired by his crimes include "The Silence of the Lambs" (1991) and "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre" (1974). Gein died at the age of 77 in a mental institution, having been placed there for life after being apprehended for his numerous crimes.The idea of demonic possession has been around since Biblical times, but the phenomenon continues to make a fascinating subject for movies. "The Exorcism of Emily Rose" (2005) was inspired by the story of Anneliese Michel, a German girl. In 1968, 16-year-old Anneliese began to suffer from convulsions and was admitted to a psychiatric hospital with severe epilepsy. The young girl was so convinced that her suffering was due to demonic influences that a priest was brought in to exorcise her. Sessions with Father Renz, a Catholic priest, began in 1974 and were held once or twice a week for up to four hours. This continued for 10 months until the unfortunate girl, believing she was beyond help, stopped eating and drinking. She passed away from malnutrition, weighing a mere 68 pounds.Serial killers are a strong subject for horror movies and thrillers, as the real life criminals are subjects of such fascination. The Zodiac killer, as he called himself, terrorized North California for a number of years in the 1960s and 1970s. He left taunting clues for the police and was confirmed responsible for at least five murders, while he claimed to have committed 37 in total. The case was never solved and is a source of speculation to this day. The high profile investigation was the subject of the David Fincher movie "Zodiac" in 2007.While it may sound absurd, the brutal shark attacks in Steven Spielberg's breakout 1975 hit "Jaws" were inspired by real life. Peter Benchley wrote the original novel a few years before he adapted it for the screen. He got the idea from a series of 1916 attacks along the coast of New Jersey. Over 12 days in July a series of brutal shark attacks killed four people and severely injured one more. A Great White was finally killed and when it was cut open the townspeople discovered its stomach held human remains. There were no further attacks on swimmers that year, and the story went on to terrify many a movie goer for years to come.Horror can come in a variety of forms, and real life horror stories are no exception. Whether the fear comes from a murderer or the supernatural, these true stories make great scary films. The next time you go to see a frightening movie it is worth doing some research. You may be able to scare your friends by telling them the story is not quite as fictional as it appears.Legend has it that "The Amityville Horror," a 1979 movie based on a book published in 1977, is a true story. The Lutz family claim it is a record of their experiences in a haunted house. The set of the film itself was rumored to be cursed. A series of tragic and unfortunate events were said to have plagued the shooting of the first movie. However this was later found to be a myth spread by the studio to gain publicity for the film, and the Lutz family admitted after a lawsuit was filed that their story was not, in fact, true. (MORE)
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Taylor Schilling's first TV role was that of Veronica Flanagan Callahan on NBC's short-lived medical drama, "Mercy." Now she spends her working hours dressed in a prison unifo…rm as Piper Chapman of "Orange is the New Black." In real life, she has access to more beauty products, making her red carpet look is a bit more glamorous.Fans of "That 70s Show" already knew Laura Prepon as Donna, the hot redhead next door. Now she's known as Alex Vause, raven-haired resident of Litchfield Prison and ex-girlfriend of Piper Chapman. In between seasons, Laura goes back to her natural red.Taryn Manning has worn many hats in her professional life. She's an actress, a fashion designer, a songwriter, and a singer for her electronic duo, Boomkat, which she formed with her brother Kellin. Fortunately, she has very little in common with her OITNB character, Tiffany "Pennsatucky" Doggett, including those teeth.Actress Laverne Cox is breaking ground as one of the first transgender actresses to be cast in the role of a transgender character. She became the first openly trans person to be nominated for an Emmy in acting. When she's not filming OITNB, she's making public appearances, speaking out as an advocate for LGBTQ issues.Before she was cast as Suzanne "Crazy Eyes" Warren on OITNB, Uzoamaka Aduba was a stage actress, appearing in "Godspell" on Broadway. In August 2014, she won a Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Award for outstanding guest actress in a comedy for her OITNB role. "I feel full, like a fountain of joy," she declared after the ceremony.Star Trek fans were thrilled to see Kate Mulgrew appearing in OITNB as Galina Reznikov, better known as Red. Before Red, she was Captain Kathryn Janeway of "Star Trek: Voyager." Outside of acting, she's an activist, supporting the Alzheimer's Association and causes including pro-life and anti-death penalty movements.Dascha Polanco is enjoying the fame she's earned from her role as Dayanara Diaz on OITNB. Before auditioning for the role of Daya, Dascha only had minor parts on TV shows like "NYC 22" and "Unforgettable." OITNB has led to other acting roles for the Dominican actress, including the independent film "Gimme Shelter" starring Vanessa Hudgens. (MORE)
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What a magical world it would be if the world of N64 games was our reality. We can't really see any downside...Stupid Oddjob.Socially acceptable road rage.And bears would alwa…ys wear backpacks.Ideal for coffee runs.No more passive-aggressive comments from Chelsea in HR.Wait, ocarinas are real to begin with?And blow up :(We shudder to think what happens after you're dropped in the tube.Slappers only, folks.Seriously, who's eating all these bananas?And also serve as weapons.And then an after life as a self-aware bomb.KAAA!But have to share it with 3 other hostile people.THANK THE LORD JESUS.And screw you over before the jump in Wario's Stadium.Mondays!!!!!!Electric enemy + sword enemy = DOUBLE-BLADED LIGHTSABER.And apparently causes temporary euphoria.The stuff of nightmares.WHA BAM!And instead of fish, you'd get money!And stopwatches, too, apparently.With horrible consequences.Sigh...if only. (MORE)
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they are made for each other.............the jodis like them are very rare..... such a perfection is not always possible.............they could be happy with each other.......….....but it is their personal............the thing which always appears on the screen does not always happen in real life...........it would be very glad if they both think over on this............ (MORE)