Who is Singapore’s favourite Bollywood Actor?
This August, it’s a battle between two Bollywood Heroes vs. A Superhero vs. A Real-life hero on an international arena at the Singapore Indian Icons of the Year Awards 2014, an Act For Hope initiative. While Shahrukh Khan has been nominated for his performance in Chennai Express, Akshay Kumar’s heroic role as a soldier with a pinch of comedy in Holiday also tops the nominations chart along withFarhan Akhtar’s stunning depiction of Olympics hero Milkha Singh in Bhaag Milkha Bhaag andHrithik Roshan’s role as superhero Krrish in Krrish 3!

Bollywood Beauties battle it out in Singapore
India has seen it all, now Singapore will witness the battle of our tinsel town beauties at the Singapore Indian Icons of the Year Awards 2014, an Act For Hope initiative. From the glamorousDeepika Padukone for her performance in Ramleela to the gorgeous Kareena Kapoor Khan for her acting delivery in Satyagraha, Vidya Balan’s convincing and charming role about a wedded woman in Shaadi Ke Side Effects and Priyanka Chopra’s spunky role in Gunday; the most sensational actresses of 2014 have topped the nominations for their splendid portrayals. Acting is certainly not easy and when there is such tough competition in the industry, it is more than difficult to choose, especially from the best of the lot!

Singapore Indian Icons of the Year 2014 to commemorate movies that have touched our lives in past year
Indian movies have come of age. While movies like Chennai Express have been top grossers at the box office, now movies like Queen, Highway and Bhaag Milkha Bhaag are increasingly gaining acceptance and appreciation as part of Indian cinema for their portrayal of realistic characters and heart-warming and inspiring stories. Singapore Indian Icons of the Year Awards 2014, an Act For Hope initiative in August will see Queen, Highway and Bhaag Milkha Bhaag vie for the title of the favourite movie of the year against the box office superhit – Chennai Express.

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