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I would like to wish a happy and prosperous 2016 to everyone on behalf of the Vedic Cultural
Samaj of Central Florida.
This is the second consecutive year of hosting the Bollywood Through The Ages Cultural
Show organized primarily by our youth group, the Vir Dal (youth Movement) of our
organization and I wish to congratulate them for undertaking such a wonderful task, which I
know entails a tremendous work.
Our youths are very ambitious and very talented and make me very proud of them.
I am also thankful to the entire Executive and members of the Vedic Cultural Samaj for the
support and dedication over the past years and look forward to their continuous support to
the organization in the future.
Finally, to our sponsors and the public at large, we are indeed truly grateful, humble and
thankful for your unwavering support and encouragement, without which we would not be
able to progress. I look forward to your continued support and encouragement win the
coming years.
Once again, I wish to thank everyone and may your future be filled with joy, prosperity and
health and may the good Lord grant all your wishes and may your dreams be fulfilled,

God Bless

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Arya Samaj/Vedic Mission
By Pandit Moniram Persaud
Spiritual Leader, Vedic Cultural Center
The Arya Samaj, Vedic Mission, is a Protestant Hindu Reform Society. It was established on
April 10th, 1875 at Girgaon, Mumbai, India by our illustrious Leader and Founder Maharishi
Swami Dayanand Saraswati.
Swami Dayanand was a Devout Yogi with Spiritual insight. He was a Political Thinker and
Philosopher, a Religious Master Teacher and Social Reformer, a Great Debater and Lecturer.
He was a Man of considerable distinctive knowledge and education that made him an
exponent authority in the propagation and interpretation of Arya/Hindu Scriptures, in
accordance with the Teachings of the Vedas.
Swami Dayanand observed that the Arya/Hindu civilization started to decline. There were
oppression and tyranny by Foreign Invaders, social and political injustice, the caste system,
inter pollution and misinterpretation of Hindu Scriptures, child marriage, evil customs and
superstitious practices, wide spread conversion to other religions, poverty and untouchability
was the order of the day.
It was in this state chaotic despair, that Swami Dayanand established the Arya Samaj which
was instrumental in abolishing child marriage, propagating widow remarriage, eliminating
ignorance and superstition in the belief of pseudo-science astrology of education research
and study, stopping widespread conversion from Hinduism by sharing the Wisdom and
Knowledge of the Holy Vedas, supporting equal rights for women, exposing the Caste
System, which is based on the Division of Labor and not by birth, also for correcting the
misinterpretation of Hindu Holy Scriptures and for helping healing the wounds of
untouchables and poverty.
This is the path we have to follow. The Vedic Cultural Samaj of Central Florida is actively
engaged in activities to fulfil some of the hopes and aspirations of the Maharishi.
May the Life and Teachings of the Great Rishi, continue to be a guiding light, the Amar Jyoti,
for all to follow.

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Our Aim:

Promote the ancient principles &rituals of Vedic Hinduism as a
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every month.All are welcome.
With one voice we thank you for your cooperate and support of our organization.

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Most Filmfare Awards – Winner of Highest Filmfare Awards
List of Most Filmfare Awards Winner and their category. Find out who has won highest Filmfare
Awards in various categories. From Best Actor to Best Film and Lyricist, list of all awards
winners who won Most Filmfare Awards.

Most Filmfare Awards by A Film
Black – 11 Awards
Black was nominated in 11 category and won all of
the. Second best is DDLJ and Devdas which won 10
Awards each.

Best Actor
Dilip Kumar – 8 Awards
Dilip Kumar was nominated for 18 time in Best
Lead Actor category and won it for 8 times.
Shahrukh Khan – 8 Awards
SRK was nominated for 21 time in Best Lead Actor
category and won it for 8 times.
Amitabh Bachchan – 8 Awards
Amitabh Bachchan has won 5 Best Lead Actor and
3 Best Supporting Actor award at Filmfare. He was
nominated for 39 times in both these category.

Best Actress
Nutan – 6 Awards
Nutan won 5 Best lead Actress and 1 Best
Supporting Actress Award at Filmfare.
Jaya Bachchan – 6 Awards
She won 3 Best lead Actress and 3 Best Supporting
Actress Award at Filmfare.

Best Director
Bimal Roy – 7 Awards
Great Bimal Roy won Best Director Award most
number of times. He was nominated 7 times and
won it every single time.
Second best are Raj Kapoor and Yash Chopra who
won it 4 times each.

Best Music Director
A R Rahman – 10 Awards
A R Rahman lead this list by winning 10 Filmfare
Award for Best Music Director. He was nominated
for 14 times.
Second in this list is Shankar Jaikishan who won it
for 9 times.

Best Lyricist
Gulzar – 11 Awards
Gulzar has won Best Lyricist award highest number
of times. He did that on 11 occasion out of 27
Javed Akhtar comes next with 8 wins out of 24

Best Playback Singer (Male)
Kishore Kumar – 8 Awards
Kishore Da won Best Male Singer Award on 8
occasion, which is a record. He was nominated for
27 times.
Next Best is Mohd Rafi with 6 wins.

Best Playback Singer (Female)
Asha Bhosle – 7 Awards
Out of 20 nominations, she won this award 7 times.
Alka Yagnik – 7 Awards
Alka Yagnik also share top spot with 7 wins out of
35 nominations.

Best Choreographer
Saroj Khan – 8 Awards
Farah Khan – 6 Awards  

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25 Films to die for in 2016
By Subhash K. Jha,

1. Wazir: Amitabh Bachchan and Farhan Akhtar together for the first time in Bejoy
Nambiar's taut thriller. Slick action and the duo's terrific chemistry should keep us
glued. Release date Jan 8.Not to be missed.
2. Airlift: Akshay Kumar's 'Baby' for 2016. That realistic gritty action-oriented space
the actor loves to occupy. He is back to recreate real-life events in Kuwait in 1990when
Saddam Hussain invaded the country. Releasing on January 22.
3. Ghayal Once Again: 25 years after Raj Kumar Santoshi's hit Ghayal Sunny Deol
returns with the sequel. That's a long time to be gone. But the first film is not forgotten.
Releasing on Jan 15 Jan.
4. Saala Khadoos: Madhavan beefs up to play an out-of-luck boxer in this gritty
sports film directed by Sudha Kongara. Rare to have a woman direct a sports film, that
too one in which a women boxer Ritika Singh plays the lead. Releasing Jan 29.
5. Fitoor: Eagerly awaited Abhishek (Kai Po Che) Kapoor's adaptation of Charles
Dickens' classic novel Great Expectations. Aditya Roy Kapoor and Katrina Kaif, plus
Kashmir in the backdrop. Can't get better. Releasing 12 February.
6. Neerja: Sonam Kapoor plays the brave heart airhostess Neerja Bhanot who saved  

hundreds of lives in 1986 during a terror attack on board a Panam flight. Shabana Azmi
plays Sonam's mother. And ad filmmaker Ram Madhavan directs. Releasing 19
7. Aligarh: Hansal Mehta's real-life story of the professor who was hounded and
apparently killed for being gay. Manoj Bajpai plays the most difficult role of his career.
Released 29 February.
8. Kapoor & Sons: Shakun Batra directs this fascinating family saga for producer
Karan Johar with a cast like Rishi Kapoor, Sidharth Malhotra, Alia Bhatt and Fawad Khan
can they go wrong? Releasing 18 March
9. Rocky Handsome: Director Nishikant Kamat's gritty actioner adapted from the
Korean film The Man From Nowhere features John as a man on a vendetta mission.
Sure shot adrenaline shooter. Releasing 25 March.
10. Ki And Ka: Trust R Balki to come up with intriguing titles and even more intriguing
star pairs. Cheeni Kam had Amitabh-Tabu. This one has Arjun Kapoor-Kareena. Truly a
treat to look forward to. Releasing on April 1.
11. Fan: Shah Rukh Khan in a double role as The Star and The Fan. Maneesh (Band
Baaja Baaraat) Sharma directs. Releasing 15 April.
12. Baaghi: Brace yourself. Tiger Shroff's second film, again with director Sabir Khan
will have stunts of unprecedented proportions. This time Tiger has Shradha Kapoor for
company. Releasing 29 April.

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13. Azhar: Cricketer Mohammad Azharuddin's bio-pic featuring Emraan Hashmi in the
title role. Tony D'Souza directs. Releasing 13 May.
14. Mirzya: Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra's epic love story introduces Anil Kapoor's son
with Saiyami Kher. Gulzar returns after a gap to write the screenplay dialogues and
lyrics. Releasing 13 May.
15. Housefull 3: The Housefull franchise, this time directed by brothers Sajid-Farhad.
Akshay Kumar and Riteish Deshmukh from the original film remain. Rest of the cast is
fresh. Abhishek Bachchan joins the fun. Releasing 3 June.
16. Udta Punjabi: Dedh Ishqiya director Abhishek Choubey returns with an offmainstream film on the drug menace in Punjab. With a cast like Kareena Kapoor,
Shahid Kapoor, Alia Bhatt can this go wrong? Releasing 17 June.
17. Raees: Rahul Dholakia takes Shah Rukh Khan in the realm of the real. SRK plays
real-life bootleg king from Gujarat. Promises a newly invented power-packed SRK.
Releasing 3 July.
18. Dhishoom: Rohit (Desi Boyz) Dhawan directs his star-brother Varun in this
actioner. John Abraham joins the cast. Releasing 29 July.
19. Sultan: Salman Khan's Eid release. Need anything more be said? Release date yet
to be decided.  

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25. Dangal: Aamir Khan returns to re-claim Christmas.

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Thanks to all of our hardworking Youths for their outstanding work
for the show and over the past year

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List  of  Performers  
Show Hosts: Pt. Neall Prashad, Rishi Rambarran, Karishma Basant, Bhai Prem, Vasu Persaud
VCS Youths

Kamala Basant
Ajay Bhagwandas
Kevin Bhagwandas
Avinash Ghamandi
Amisha Ramcarran
Paul Ramcarran
Ariana Ramlogan
Adithya Salecha
Vaishali Salecha  

East West Connection
Kishan Durjan
Daaman Lall
Danny Lall
Tony Lall
Dave Maraj
Hema Devi Maraj
Tanuja Persaud
Neall Prashad
Malini Sarju
Rokesh Sarju
Ahsan Yassin

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Kimi Baboolal
Crystal Datadeen
Natasha Gumtie
Casey Lalla
Radha Sukhu


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Ongkar Hemraj
Mohan Lall
Devindra Pooran
Sandhya Prashad
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Vedic Cultural Samaj of Central Florida - Year in Review
by Pt. Neall A. Prashad

The Year
Off With
BTTA 2015

Holi 2015  

Diwali 2015

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2015 - Our Most Successful, Incredible and Uplifting Year
Our First

The Vedic Cultural Samaj invites you to create new
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Impact of Bollywood on Indian Culture
Bollywood’s   boisterous   masala   fare   elicits   enthusiastic  
wolf   whistles   in   cinemas   in   the   East   and   West.   Today  
Bollywood   is   the   only   global   challenger   to   the  
popularity   and   clout   of   mighty   Hollywood.   DESIblitz  
traces   the   impact   of   the   Hindi   movie   industry   on   Indian  
culture,  society  and  economy.  
By  Arjun  Mandaiker    

The  Hindi  film  industry  was  estimated  to  
be  worth  $2.2  billion  (£1.3b)  in  2012.  
The  Hindi  movie  industry  based  in  Mumbai,  popularly  known  as  
‘Bollywood’,   has   influenced   daily   life   and   culture   in   India   for   decades   now.   In   fact,   movies   are   the   mainstay   of  
entertainment  and  almost  a  religion  in  the  nation.  
Attend   any   Indian   wedding   and   you   will   find   the   ladies  
attired   in   the   finest   garments   modeled   after   Bollywood  
fashion   and   revelers   dancing   to   throbbing   hit   songs   during  
the  ‘baraat’.  
Bollywood  has  for  long   exerted   a   deep   influence  on   popular  
Indian  fashion.  Any  outfit  adorned  by  an  actor  or  actress  in  
a  hit  movie  immediately  becomes  a  prime  sartorial  trend  for  
tailors  to  reproduce.  
The  ready-­‐made  industry  manufactures  these  clothes  in  bulk  &  the  designs  are  named  after  the  character  or  movie,  for  
example;  the  anarkali  suit,  the  jeweler  in  Jodha  Akbar  (2008)  &  the  masakali  suit  from  Delhi-­‐6  (2009)  to  name  just  a  few.  

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The   fashion   industry   capitalizes   on   this   trend   by   launching   their   clothes   and   jewelry   in   movies.   Top   stars   are   made  
brand  ambassadors  to  endorse  fashion  products.  
One  of  the  earliest  movie  influences  on  Indian  fashion  was  Madhubala’s  anarkali  attire  in  Mughal-­‐e-­‐Azam  (1960)  which  
consisted   of   long   flowing   churidars   and   kurtas.   The   anarkali   kameez   is   popular   even   today,   around   50   years   after   the  
film  was  released.  
Bollywood   musicals   are   full   of   song   and   dance.   And   Bollywood   dancing   is   very   popular   among   girls   in   India   who   are  
keen  to  learn  this  art  more  than  any  classical  dance.  The  Indian  diaspora  abroad  also  keeps  in  touch  with  their  roots  by  
watching  Hindi  movies  and  learning  Bollywood  dancing.  
On   a   more   serious   note,   the   Hindi   movie   industry   has   also   had   a   deeper   impact   on   Indian   society.   For   example,   the  
film  Baabul  (2006)  raised  the  issue  of  widow  remarriage,  while  Kabhi  Khushi  Kabhi  Gham  (2001)  extolled  the  virtue  of  
respecting   elders.   The   widely   acclaimed  Rang  De  Basanti  (2006)   gave   voice   to   youth   angst   about   the   nation’s   corrupt  
politics   and   politicians.   Modern   Bollywood   directors   like   Madhur   Bhandharkar   and   Prakash   Mehra   have   raised  
awareness   about   the   issues   of   the   day   through   their   movies.   The   films   Rann  (2007),  Corporate  (2006)   and  Gulaal  (2009)  
exposed  political  and  social  controversies.  

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In  2000,  the  Indian  government  legitimized  the  Indian  
film-­‐making   industry   which   opened   the   doors   to  
numerous   corporate   backing   of   the   movie   industry.  
This  revolutionized  film  production  and  marketing  in  
India,   and   professionally   managed   companies  
ushered  in  western-­‐style  studio  practices.  
Gone  are  the  days  when  movie  making  was  a  lottery  in  India.  Today,  60  per  cent  of  income  is  guaranteed  even  before  a  
film   is   released   thanks   to   pre-­‐selling   of   music,   satellite   TV,   radio   and   in-­‐flight   entertainment   rights,   as   well   as   marketing  
of  mobile  phone  ringtones.  

As  a  result,  Bollywood  movies  are  routinely  crossing  the  Rs  100  crore  (£10m)  mark  with  ease.  The  top  
grossing  Bollywood  movie  of  all  time  is  currently  Dhoom  3(2013)  at  Rs  528  crore  (£52.8m).  
Bollywood  has  surpassed  Hollywood  in  the  number  of  tickets  sold  annually.  But  it  still  lags  far  behind  in  total  revenue  
gathered   because   of   the   much   lower   prices   of   tickets   in   India.   Revenue   from   overseas   is   a   big   reason   why   Bollywood  
movies  are  becoming  much  more  successful  of  late.  In  fact,  industry  pundits  say  a  cinema  theatre  in  west  London  is  the  
highest  earning  screen  in  the  world  for  Bollywood  films.    
The   growing   reach   and   influence   of   Indian   movies   has   had   a   major   impact   on   foreign   economies   too.   Bollywood  
contributes  about  £200m  annually  to  the  British  economy  thanks  to  spending  on  filming  in  the  island  nation,  as  well  as  
ticket  sales  and  distribution.  

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Foreign  locations  compete  with  each  other  to  host  Bollywood  roadshows  and  movie  award  ceremonies  as  these  events  
give  a  big  boost  to  the  local  economy.  The  International  Indian  Film  Academy  awards  show  in  Tampa,  FL  in  the  USA  
earlier  this  year  was  estimated  to  have  provided  a  $100  million  (£62m)  turnover  to  the  city’s  revenues.  Bollywood  
continues  to  rule  the  roost  with  increasing  film  budgets  and  the  construction  of  more  multiplexes  around  the  country.  
The  reason  is  movies  have  become  an  integral  part  of  everyday  life  in  India.  To  get  away  from  the  economic  slowdown  
and  rising  prices,  Indians  go  to  cinema  halls  to  entertain  themselves.  
The  Hindi  film  industry  was  estimated  to  be  worth  $2.2  billion  (£1.3b)  in  2012.  Despite  the  economic  slowdown,  the  
industry  is  growing  rapidly  every  year  thanks  in  part  to  the  steady  increase  in  movie  screens  across  the  nation.  
Bollywood  moguls  are  confident  about  the  industry’s  future.  Today,  India’s  350  million  income  rising,  middle  class  
spenders  and  50  million  well-­‐heeled  South  Asians  overseas,  back  Hindi  movies  with  a  passion  for  good  cinema.  
The  sky  seems  to  be  the  limit  and  the  Indian  media  and  entertainment  industry  is  on  track  to  rake  in  revenues  of  $100  
billion  (£62b)  in  10  years  time.  

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20 Best Bollywood Songs of 2015
A list of Top 20 Best Bollywood Songs of 2015 2016. Watch and listen 20 most popular Hindi Songs
of the year 2015. In terms of Bollywood Music, 2015 is proving to be successful and we are getting
some brilliant, beautiful and melodious songs this year. Out of so many great songs of 2015 we have
selected 20 best Bollywood Songs of 2015 2016 which deserves to be in your playlist. These are
extremely popular and favourite Hindi Songs of of 2015.List includes all songs from all genre like
Romantic Love Songs, Sad Songs, Raps, Item Songs, Party Songs and more.
Best Bollywood Songs of 2015 (1-10)
1. Sooraj Dooba Hai Yaaron – Roy
This party track is composed by Amaal Mallik and sung by Arijit Singh and Aditi Singh Sharma.
Ranked number in most list of Best Bollywood Songs of 2015
2. Jeena Jeena – Badlapur
‘Jeena Jeena’ from the film ‘Badlapur’ is sung by Atif Aslam and composed by Sachin-Jigar.
3. Khaamoshiyan – Khamoshiyaan
One of the best romantic track of 2015. It is sung by Arijit Singh & composed by Jeet Gannguli.">Try
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Another popular and famous track from Roy which is sung by Ankit Tiwari. Super Hit Hindi Song of
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5. Tu Jo Hain – Mr. X
Ankit Tiwar’s composition and voice in this beautiful Romantic Song from Emran Hashmi’s next
movie Mr. X.

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Main Hoon Hero Tera – Hero
Salman Khan’s Hero Title Song is one of the most popular Bollywood Song of 2015.
Surprising but true.
Deewani Mastani – Bajirao Mastani
Featuring Ranveer Singh, Deepika Padukone & Priyanka Chopra, the song is sung by
Mujtaba Aziz Naza, Shahdab Faridi, Altmash Faridi and Farhan Sabri.
Jee Karda – Badlapur
One of the biggest hit of 2015. ‘Jee Karda’ from ‘Badlapur’ starring Varun Dhawan is sung
by Divya Kumar.
Prem Ratan Dhan Payo
Music has been composed by Himesh Reshammiya and the song is sung by Palak
Muchhal. The lyrics for this song starring Salman Khan and Sonam Kapoor are penned by
Irshad Kamil.
10. Superman – Tevar
First big hit song of 2015 composed by Sajid-Wajid and sung by Wajid. This song is still
one of the Best Bollywood Songs of 2015.

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VCS Youth Performance
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VCS Youth Performance
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Bollywood  Through  The  Ages  

N0 1: Baharon Phool Barsao - Suraj

N0 11: Kal Ho Naa Ho - Kal Ho Naa Ho

N0 2: Awaara Hoon - Awaara

N0 12: Aaj Phir Jeene Ki Tamanna - Guide

N0 3: Tujhe Dekha To - Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge

N0 13: Kuch Kuch Hota Hai - Kuch Kuch Hota Hai

N0 4: Ajeeb Dastan Hai Yeh - Dil Apna Aur Preet Parai

N0 14: Mauja Hi Mauja - Jab We Met

N0 5: Kabhi Kabhi Mere Dil Mein - Kabhi Kabhie

N0 15: Ae Mere Humsafar - Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak

N0 6: Tere Liye - Veer-Zaara

N0 16: Chaudhvin Ka Chand Ho - Chaudhvin Ka Chand

N0 7: Yeh Dosti - Sholay

N0 17: Aaja Sanam - Chori Chori

N0 8: Pyar Kiya To Darna Kya - Mughal-e-Azam

N0 18: Pehla Nasha - Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar

N0 9: Chaiyya Chaiyya - Dil Se..

N0 19: Dheere Dheere Se - Aashiqui

N0 10: Chalte Chalte - Pakeezah

N0 20: Chura Liya Hai Tumne Jo Dil Ko - Yaadon Ki Baaraat  

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