The opening murder committed by Vicky Rai is similar to the Jessica Lal murder case in which the killer was Manu Sharma.
Now Vicky Rai has been killed at the party he was throwing to celebrate his acquittal.
The number 100 is significant in Bollywood as well as in cricket.
It is a barometer of the performance of an actor and a batsman in their respective fields.
In 2005, Swarup's first novel, Q&A, was published and was later turned into an Oscar Award-winning film, Slumdog Millionaire in 2008.
Seven years ago, Vivek “Vicky” Rai, the playboy son of the Home Minister of Uttar Pradesh, murdered bartender Ruby Gill at a trendy restaurant in New Delhi, simply because she refused to serve him a drink.
But when it came to the Indian Premier League, thanks to its hold on the public, the century of the batting variety was much more likely than the one at the box-office. A quick glance through the nine years beginning 2008 shows that IPL, which gave Bollywood box-office a run for its money in the first few years, is struggling to maintain its strike rate.
Bollywood released more than 140 movies during the nine editions of the IPL, which is played during April and May.
Of them, 15 proved semi-hits while another five were average grossers.
Because when it's someone's career and life you are dealing with, you better get it right.
Here are 8 of the brightest casting directors of Bollywood who have become a star in their own right with their spot-on choices: Arguably the biggest name in the casting circuit of Bollywood, Shanoo Sharma is the casting director of Yash Raj Films and has blockbusters like which got her noticed after she handled a celebrity star cast beautifully.