What is the name of Heroine of Film Mann where Aamir khan is hero?
Manisha Koirala is the heroine of the film "Mann".
mohanlal and aiswarya rai
A hero who is female. A heroine is the female word for a hero.
the hero is ram charan teja, and heroine is genilia desouza. this film will release in September 17, 2010
A hero is a male, and a heroine is a female.
Hero is male while heroine is female
A suffix for the word hero is -ine, as in heroine. A heroine is the feminine version of the word hero.
No. Heroine is a noun, a person (the female gender of hero). The same word, heroic, is used as an adjective for heroine or hero.
heroine is a woman hero.
The male form of heroine is - hero.
A female hero is a heroine.
A male heroine is called a hero.
I think its heroen Answer heroine A female hero is not the same as a heroine. A "heroine" is the passive goal of the hero's actions in romances, for example; while a "female hero" is the female alternative of the hero. Maybe these terms were created under a male perspective...
The masculine form of heroine is hero. Heroine is just a woman superhero.
Hero loves heroine but heroine loves vilan but vilan loves hero's sister but hero's sister loves heroine's brother but heroine's brother loves vilan's sister but vilan's sister loves hero's brother?
It seems that no one loves the hero and the heroine. Why are they the hero and heroine then?
Because she is a heroine
saint, demigod, angel Heroine
The feminine term for hero is heroine.
Male is a "hero" female is a "heroine".
a melodrama is usually about the three main stock characters; the hero, the villain, and the heroine. in a melodrama usually the villain is trying to steal the heroine because he loves her and the hero is trying to rescue the heroine.
A heroine is the female equivalent of a hero. In narrative storytelling, whether film, literature, or some other form, this is often the main character of a story, or protagonist, whose experiences are the main focus of the plot. As with a hero, a heroine is generally a protagonist who displays bravery, overcomes an obstacle or foe, or is at least generally expected to be likable to her audience.
No. Because a heroine is a female hero, then the answer would more likely be no, since the name of the hero is Spider Man.
A heroine is a female hero. Heroin is an illegal drug.
a heroine is any female hero; such as wonder woman or mrs. Incredible
Juliet Heroine means female hero
If you are referring to the 1997 film Titanic, the characters are Jack Dawson (Leonardo DiCaprio) and Rose Dewitt Bukater (Kate Winslet).
The heroine is threaten or in danger by an evil villain, The hero comes in just before the danger begins, There is usually a fight scenes, The heroine is saved by the hero and no one gets hurt, The heroine and the hero live happily ever after, The evil villain does not live happily at all :(
I believe the answer to that question is "Heroine" pronounced hero-een.
aamir khan married twice in his lifetime. His first wife was Reena Dutta . His current spouse is Kiran rao.
The opposite is hero.
A heroine is the female version of hero: A woman admired and emulated for her achievements and qualities.
Heroine is Ayla and hero is Jondalar from novel written by Jean M Auel
hero is from the Greek, in Greek mythology he was a demigod, Hero is male and Heroine is female
Yes, hero is for the male. Heroine can be used for the female, although hero is sometimes used, as well.
The plot of a melodrama is; A wild dramatic twist with a hero and a villain. Villaintrys to steal the heroine away from the hero and then in the end, hero saves the day and lives happily ever after with the heroine. Villain is left in distraught.
That is the correct spelling of "heroine" (the feminine of hero). *The similar spelling heroin is an addictive opioid drug.
Atalanta was a heroine.
The book has to have... a hero or heroine imaginary setting Prince/Princess Villain Climax the hero or heroine always wins the villain And a happy solved ending
Yes, she is, though technically, the correct term for a female hero is heroine
The hero is Darcy. The heroine is Lizzy. The evil villain Wickham.
its singular if you want it to be plural then its heroes or if you want it to be a female hero (singular) then its heroine
The correct spelling is heroine (female hero).
Jack and Rose
Liesel Meminger is the heroine of the book.
Queen Victoria could never be a hero, a "heroine" perhaps but not a "hero". That cleared up, I do not think that the word "heroine" could be applied to the good Queen, I do not think she is attributed to have performed any exceptional heroic acts during her long reign as Queen.
Yes, Amelia Earhart was certainly a heroine.
character, hero, heroine, protagonist
Hero heroine villain
a protagonist is a hero in a narrative/story. a female hero is a heroine, so there is no sexual differences in the term "protagonist"
I am not sure what story you are thinking of, but Hero in Much Ado About Nothing is not much of a hero. In fact, she'd be a heroine if she were heroic, which she isn't. She's a bit of a doormat actually.
heroin (a drug) heroine (a female hero) harrowing (scary)