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Want To Join Bollywood? Show Your Talent On Hoonur

I know how many young indians out there are amazed by the bollywood industry and fame and money. I have seen lot of young Indians who wants to join Bollywood as a singer, actor, dancer, model ..even child artists like to try their luck in shows like Sa Re Ga Ma Pa. So If you are one of those who wants to join Bollywood, here is your chance.


Balaji Telefilms has launched Hoonur that sets you apart and not who you know in life or the movie industry in this case. is a platform for you to put your talent for the world to see and judge. The production house that made the biggest names in Indian Television Industry is now giving all talented professionals a fair platform. lets:

  • People find opportunities in Bollywood and television to begin their career in creative jobs like choreography, art direction, scriptwriting, direction, modeling, advertising and acting
  • If you are a casting director, or a movie producer or if you are a talent agency, Hoonur provides you the easiest way to track talented aspirants in this space
  • With loads of features and an easy to use interface, Hoonur bollywood aspirants enough scope to showcase their skills. Be it acting, dancing, singing, or photoshoots, the movies you scripted, episodes on TV that you hosted or anchored, everything.

I think looking at the craze for bollywood and telelvision, will be an instant hit. People have already started posting their portfolios and pictures and videos to showcase their talent.

Word of Caution: I saw many girls and boys have posted their portfolios and pictures with their real phone numbers on the website. I am not sure if they realize the risk involved with it. Its a very bad world out there and you don't want your phone number to be published online for public consumption.

I think should make such information private and viewable only to those who are looking to hire people. Hoonur should look into the privacy issue more seriously.

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