Blog Posts by Sayoni Sinha

  • Y! Exclusive: 'Hate Story' promo


    The bold and sensational trailer of Paoli Dam starrer 'Hate Story' releases. Here's more

    Hindi cinema is breaking barriers like never before. While few film makers continue to run the tried and tested method, there are few who test the norm. Stirring up tremendous buzz is the mystery girl in this brand new bold poster of Vikram Bhatt’s next ‘Hate Story’, directed by Vivek Agnihotri.

    Also read: Unveiled: The mystery girl on the poster of 'Hate Story'

    The trailer opens to a series of montage shots raising the curiosity level of the audiences to an all time high. The promo showcases the journey of Kaavya (Paoli) from a simpleton to that of one of the biggest escorts in the city, all for revenge. The bold scenes and language along with Paoli’s raw sex appeal is sure to catch the audience off guard. This film also marks the debut of the sultry Bengali actress Paoli Dam. She stars along with Nikhil Dwivedi and Gulshan Devaiah who play prominent characters

    After bare back promo of the movie

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  • Gauri Khan at Salman's party?

    Shah Rukh Khan's wife was seen at his arch rival Salman Khan's party on 9th March. So is a patch-up on cards soon?

    According to sources, Gauri Khan has a great rapport with Sohail Khan's wife Seema Khan so it doesn't come as a surprise that she was there at the party. After their very public spat four years ago, both the Khans have made sure that they don’t cross each other’s path and have consciously avoided sharing space in the events. "Despite the very public spat between SRK and Salman Khan, the two have always made sure that their families are not affected," added the source. While Shahrukh was busy shooting at London, his better-half was seen in sexy red outfit at the venue.The party was hosted by Sohail Khan and his wife Seema Khan.

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  • Decoding the choli, B'wood style

    With the help of the voyeuristic camera, the portrayal of this itsy bitsy piece of clothing has been often considered as a promise of unknown. Here's a look

    Bollywoods affair with the itsy bitsy choli is nothing new. This indigenous piece of clothing has captured the imagination of audience and has managed to put it on the fashion map. From knotty, crisscrossed to the halter and bikini style, the cholis have also evolved over time. As Kareena dons this popular garment in 'Dil Mera Muft Ka' from 'Agent Vinod', we bring you popular cholis that rocked Bollywood.

    Madhuri Dixit in 'Choli Ke Peeche':  Madhuri Dixit's sexy and provocative dance number 'Choli Ke Peeche Kya Hai' from the 1993 film 'Khalnayak' became one of the most famous music videos of all times. Thanks to the lyrics of the song and equally suggestive dance movements, Madhuri's choli became national controversy and the film garnered enough eye-balls to become a super-hit. The song became popular and was considered a

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  • 'I have learnt to accept myself'


     Vidya Balan on her biggest learning curve, her Kolkata connection and why playing Silk was more difficult

    There was a clamour for pictures the moment she alighted from her car and she patiently posed with each of her little fans (street kids, mostly). As soon as she was done with them, another bunch (this time mostly elderly women) came to her, blessed her and told her how much they love her. Despite a packed schedule, not once she tried to show impatience, greeting everyone with a huge smile, as if she has known them for ages. Vidya Balan actually has the magic wand to turn even her harshest critic into her fan. In a free-wheeling chat, Vidya talks about her search for her husband in ‘Kahaani’ and her deep connection with Kolkata

     Excerpts from the interview:

     Which was more difficult- Playing Silk or Vidya Bagchi?

    It is difficult to compare as both are completely different personalities. Silk was over-the- top while Vidya Bagchi is very basic and understated. As an actor, I

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  • Celebrating the women of Bollywood

    She smokes non-stop, watches porn and doesn't think twice before using expletives, Bollywood heroine has come a long way. Whether it is Rani Mukerjee mouthing expletives in 'No One Killed Jessica' or Vidya celebrating her sexuality in 'Dirty Picture', 2011 saw B'wood actresses breaking the mould of the perfect Indian woman and experimenting with the roles. She was no longer coy about her choices in life and not afraid to try out the extreme. On International Women's Day, we celebrate the women in roles that broke new grounds in Bollywood.

    Rani Mukherjee in No one Killed Jessica: She is locked in passionate embrace but the moment her work-phone beeps, she is ready to leave her lover high and dry and asks him to 'fly solo'. Rani Mukerjee's Meera Gaity is no-nonsense journalist who does yoga at work, smokes non-stop and mouths expletives without thinking twice.

    Gul Panag in Turning 30: Gul Panag managed to portray the worries of every woman who is at the verge turning
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