I had yet to reach teenage, when the song “Ankhon mein Tera hi chehra” hit the music channels. Won’t be an exaggeration if I said, the super cute boy at the receiving end of unrequited love peddled me into puberty. The boy grew up to be one hell of a babe in Ishq Vishq, and I couldn’t take my eyes off him in Padmaavat. What’s interesting is, the star is not just a good looking man, but a hopeless romantic too, and he, accompanied by his gorgeous wife Mira Rajput, keeps giving us some major relationship goals. For instance, here are 10 lovey-dovey moments of Shahid-Mira that evoke romanticism. Image source: Instagram, Facebook
Someone very wise once said, all that glitters, is not gold. True to every syllable, we say, as far as Bollywood is concerned. All the glamour and glitz you see shining on the glossy magazines, in most cases, are a sham – a sham used to cover up the dullness and gloom beneath.
Rajkummar Rao and Patralekha, who have been seeing each other since five now, make for a perfect union between Bollywood’s two of the most promising actors of this generation.
Make way people, for Rajkumar Rao has arrived, and whether or not you share my opinion today, this young entrant to B’town will prove himself worthy of this very prestigious comparison. Both Big B and Shah Rukh were ridiculed for their uncanny looks, looks that didn’t fit the ‘gora-chitta – handsome’ bill in their initial years. Rajkumar, too, doesn’t have the quintessential “Bollywood hero” look, but his plain features, quite strangely, work in his favor every time.
You have heard of chowks and streets being named after great leaders all the time. But would you think our beloved Bollywood stars are any less of social reformers or leaders? Hell nooooooo!!!
Veteran actor Shashi Kapoor passed away, at the age of 79, today after a period of hospitalisation. The actor was loved by the film industry and of course, will be remembered by the fans for his commendable share to the cinematic world. “Shashi Kapoor expired at 5.20 p.m. on December 4 at Kokilaben Hospital, here,” Dr Ram Narain, Executive Director of Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital, told IANS in a message.
In the name of cuteness, are you only getting Taimur Ali Khan and Misha Kapoor’s clicks served every morning via social media? We know, even though Rasgullas are the sweetest, after a certain time our heart craves change – some bundi ke laddu or kaju katli, maybe? To give a fresh change in your daily dose of cuteness – her are a bundle of adorable babies, kids of your favorite television star. Pretty sure, you didn’t even know some of them had kids.
‘No country for women’ they say; and looking at the statistics one has to agree. Whichever political party be in power, whichever community be around, women in India have always been vulnerable. Chances of any improvement in the situation appears to turn slimmer by the day.
Almost a decade ago as Sonam Kapoor graced the cover of Vogue magazine, Shobhaa De didn’t wait to tweet, “Sonam just doesn’t cut it in the sex appeal stakes”. In another equally mindless tweet, Shobha types, “Never understood what the beautiful, intense, sensitive Smita Patil saw in the Blabbering Babber. Maybe he fed her 12 rupee meals?” The tweet came off as an unsavory one as Smita Patil isn’t amongst us to provide a well-deserved retort to the author’s insensitive rant.
Gone are the days of white clad, pitiable mothers in the entertainment. The new wave of television introduced in the wake of this millennium marked a change in how the country wanted to see its mothers.
“I love you too, sweetheart.” He responded instantaneously, almost rendering the young mother motionless for she mistook herself to be the fortunate addressee of her secret beloved’s consent, but it wasn’t long before she realized that Shah Rukh had returned her child’s declaration of love, not acknowledged her stealth. History repeats itself and so it did when I found my 6 year old niece approaching me with a Henna cone so I could paint on her little pink palms – Shah Rukh Khan.
When we look at these faces, they strike as one of our own – as though he is the guy that steals glances, as though she is the girl next door.
The incident is still pretty fresh in our memory – we are talking about Kangana Ranaut’s allegations on Karan Johar and the industry at large, that how it runs on nepotism. While we were following the story closely, we couldn’t help but notice that despite a long history and bond with the who’s who of Bollywood, the careers of many star kids fell flat on their faces while those who were alien to B’town have actually achieved unreal success.
You might have seen them creeping around our beautiful heroines, but that is limited to the screen. The villains of Bollywood are, in fact, blessed with wives that can double as heroines and share the screen space with them any day – that is how gorgeous they are. They’d make you spare a double look, but we suggest you don’t unless you want to end up surrounded by the mister and his gang armed with hockey sticks if not guns.
Just a decade ago, or maybe even lesser, when Indian actors were quenching the thirst of international fame through insignificant and blink-and-miss roles, an entire show with an Indian actress central to it seemed like a distant dream. Lovely is not ALWAYS fair – The times when the glamour world was dictated by the tone of skin, when the market was overturned with skin lightening and bleaching products, when we were fed the idea that beauty equals fairness and the Indian youth was hypnotized to slather their faces with fairness creams to get a job, to get an audition or to get married, it was Priyanka Chopra with her flawless dusky charm to contest and come victorious against the battle of presumptions. 30 is not the end – Priyanka was a teenager when crowned Miss World, she spent her twenties in establishing herself as a bankable actress in Bollywood.
Bollywood is a risky place for the trade of hearts, and the ever increasing appalling number of broken hasn’t done anything to prove us wrong.
If one thing Bollywood knows, it is to create drama out of nothing and everything. With our extra emotional dialogues, extra vibrant clothes, extra dose of song and dance we have created many epic moments.
Playboy is maybe the most controversial magazine ever published, racking up scandal after scandal since Hugh Hefner founded it in 1953. It was not the brainchild of editor-in-chief Hefner, but he agreed to the move that would change Playboy forever.
When we think of Bollywood, we inadvertently think of money. Money the movie makers make, money the stars get paid, money the movies earn.
Obviously when Leonardo DiCaprio throws a party in Saint-Tropez, leggy models and famous friends fly in from all over the world to show their support. On Wednesday, the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation threw its second annual gala at the Domaine Bertaud Belieu vineyard, in France. For the occasion, guests including Orlando Bloom, Mario Cotillard, the entire Stallone family, and DiCaprio's new girlfriend — in a lilac Roberto Cavalli gown — dressed to impress.