Thursday, September 30, 2010

Thursday Gossip!

Good morning!!!!! Let's hit the gossip!

* Maybe hit is the wrong choice of words, considering poor Katrina Kaif was
hit in the nose by Imran Khan on the sets of their new film.

Says Katrina:
"I am pretty bruised but the staff feels its good luck for the film. But it was a funny scene so I think it was worth it."

Hisss will feature the erstwhile princess of Travancore as comic relief.

* Bebo is doing an
item number in Golmaal 3!

* Gorgeous Aindrita Ray (
Manasaare) is moving from Sandalwood to Bengali films and the even more gorgeous Namitha is heading down to Sandalwood.

* Akshay Kumar's ice hockey movie will be released in
India, too. I hope this is good because it combines two of my favorite things - Akshay Kumar and ice skating films. Speaking of, why hasn't Akshay remade The Cutting Edge with Katrina Kaif yet?

* Shirish Kunder (grumpily) talks about
writing the theme for Tees Maar Khan. I love the man's work but he seems like a really unhappy person.

* Is Vidya Balan doing a cameo in
Thank you?! (I bet they wish they had gotten her for the female role instead of Sonam... because Vidya is a professional actress.)

* Why do people keep casting
Deepika Padukone in lead roles? I don't get it.

The lady speaks:
""Acting is a lot more challenging [than modeling]. There are a lot more risks, lot more things at stake, and I also think, when a film does well, then there is a lot more sense of satisfaction."

I have one word for the
Break Ke Baad trailer: YAWN.

* Apparently Sajid Nadiawala wasn't too thrilled either, as he tried to prevent the
release of the trailer with Anjaana Anjaani.

ENOUGH WITH THE "YOUTHFUL" ROM-COMS! I blame the success of
Jaane Tu for all of these boring, Hollywood-style films that have been cycling through the last couple of years. The reason I stopped watching so Hollywood is that I was tired of following the on-screen adventures of over-privledged youngsters (or "youngsters" *cough* Saif in Love Aaj Kal) with nothing more important on their minds than flighty romance and finding "the one" to the exclusion of all else in their lives. THAT TROPE IS HORRIBLY DULL.

Do I care if Imran and Deepika's characters hook up or not? No. No, I do not. What about Ranbir and Priyanka? Nope. Do I care about SUPERSTAR Rajni beating up rowdies and robots? Yes. Very much so.

* Shankar says that the special effects are the USP of

* Aishwarya Rai

Q: Do you believe Robot can be real?

A: We do have an image in mind since childhood about Robots who can do things for us. But here Shankar has redefined Robot through the medium of cinema and made him into a character having human traits so you start developing feelings for this Robot and Sana feels the same for this Robot in the film.

Look, I can't make this stuff up!

* The producer of
Udaan tears apart Peepli Live.

Sanjay Singh said, “Aamir Khan is a very talented and respected actor. His film Peepli Live is good but to say that it is deserving of India’s entry to the Oscars is open to debate. While the subject of farmer’s suicide was dealt with in an interesting way, the media issue has been seen in some 100 odd movies these days.

There was nothing new in it. Only merit plays an important role in the selection of films for the ‘Best Foreign Language’ film category in the Oscars.”


redsarah said...

I'd say that Sanjay Singh is not just being a poor loser but also naive - or would that be ingenuous? Whether "Peepli Live" is the "best" film is purely subjective but surely no one can argue that a certain A Khan is not the best qualified to market a film to the academy voters ....

Anita said...

~HISTORICALLY EPIC MOMENT~ I also think Break Ke Baad looks very meh. And I love love LOVE both Imran and Deepika. *gasp* WE AGREE ABOUT A MOVIE OMG THE WORLD IS ABOUT TO EXPLODE!!!!

Filmi Girl said...

@redsarah Yeah... the films that win "Best Foreign Film" tend to be those kinds that Aamir Khan makes! I think it's also inflating how important Oscars really are...

@anita OMG!!!!!!!! It does look "meh" doesn't it?! I mean, where is the conflict? The drama? At least I Hate Luv Storys had a catchy soundtrack as a USP.

Anu Russell said...

I think I am officially in love with your blog after you wrote this fine piece of English Literature

"Do I care if Imran and Deepika's characters hook up or not? No. No, I do not. What about Ranbir and Priyanka? Nope. Do I care about SUPERSTAR Rajni beating up rowdies and robots? Yes. Very much so."

Agree, Agree, Agree!


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