Friday, August 30, 2013

Friday Post: MAKE WAY FOR THE BOSS.

So... yeah. The only films this weekend are Chennai Express (yeah, no way) and deadly bore-fest Satyagraha.

I guess I'll find something else to do. I hear Gippi is on iTunes now, which may be worth looking into!


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Kalki and Anurag make the news for the wrong reasons--Kalki called mentally unstable while Anurag has been charged with tax evasion.

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I totally read "Gaydar" for Gadar in this article and was suddenly a whole lot more interested in Sunny Deol.

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Balaji is branching out into talent management.

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In short: Boss.

4 comments:

odadune said...

If you see Gippi, do let us know-I've been caught between my desire to support women-centric stuff and my lack of interest in that type of story. Now, if it were about a cute plump girl in middle school investigating the theft of her crush's mother's diamond necklace...

Re: Boss: we're getting the longer promo either later today or sometime this weekend, but I'm already getting that amused/appalled feeling Fiqrana from Blue and some of Akki's other 00s picturizations gave me. The man still has beautiful reflexes though. *Swoons over the punching and kicking intercuts* Also brownie points for the most conservatively dressed back up dancers he's had in a long time.

Balaji, the last film of yours that I went to very clearly said "Talent managed by Balaji Sparks" in the opening credits-why are you just now announcing something that's obviously been in existence for some time? It's not important, it just bugs me.

Filmi Girl said...

@odadune I was thinking the same thing re the backup dancers!! XDDD But I didn't want to speak too soon for fear that the next section has them in bikinis or something. XD

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Sabman said...

I forget what you reasons are for not watching Chennai Express but I thoroughly enjoyed it. And this is coming from someone who is not a SRK or Rohit Shetty fan.

The movie is filled with digs at SRK and his movies. This is commendable on SRK's part to agree to do is. And there are some genuine over-the-top funny scenes like the antakshari styled conversations between SRK , Deepika and the villain. Plus, as a Tamilan I thoroughly enjoyed the goondas and their attempt to speak Hindi. It worked far better than whatever atrocious accent that Deepika was trying to put on. Plus, Sathyaraj with his , "Yennama kanna, sowkiyama" is always fun. With this and Thaliava, I hope he gets more such roles that's worth his talent.

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