The countdown to this year’s biggest Bollywood event is on! Stars are arriving in the UK, the stage is being set, rehearsals are in full swing and the moment is nearly here!

The ZEE Cine Awards 2005 will see Bollywood’s greatest talent gather on the red carpet for the start of this year’s ceremony. Guests include Bride and Prejudice star Aishwarya Rai, the Brad Pitt of India – Shah Rukh Khan, Laila Rouass of Footballer’s Wives and an array of international stars.

The response has been phenomenal to this year’s ZEE Cine Awards, as Bollywood fans are flocking from all over the world to see their favourite stars in action. The event, held at the ExCel in London’s Docklands tomorrow night, looks set to be the biggest ever of it’s kind. Tickets are selling out fast to attend the event which will feature the biggest and best of Indian cinema glitterati. Never before in the history of Indian cinema has such an array of A-list stars gathered together for an event of this magnitude and fans are travelling as far as from the U.S, Australia, Dubai, Africa and Southern Europe for a chance to catch a glimpse of their favourite celebrity.

Established eight years ago, the ZEE Cine Awards 2005 has continued to encourage brilliance and talent in the Indian film industry. This year’s ceremony will pay tribute to outstanding film achievements in 2004 and will also bring together a unique combination of eclectic performances by the A-List of Bollywood.

Overwhelmed organisers ZEE TV have been inundated with enquiries as to which stars may be appearing in the line up for the show extravaganza, and can now confirm that beside Aishwarya and Shah Rukh other Bollywood stars such as Rani Mukherji, Preity Zinta, heartthrobs Zayed Khan and Salman Khan, and legendary stars Dilip Kumar, Dharmendra and Rekha will be attending amongst many others, in what promises to be an unforgettable evening.

Keep it with Biz Asia for ZEE Cine Awards 2005 special all this Easter weekend.

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