Blog Posts by Sayoni Sinha

  • Will Piggy get chopped?

    Priyanka's proximity to Shah Rukh Khan is making her lose all her industry friends. Here's the dope

    Few days ago, SRK had a visitor at an unusual hour- his 'Don' co-star Priyanka Chopra who walked into his office at 11pm and stayed there for almost four hours. While no one objects to having 3am friends, their staff was seen trying hard to keep this meeting under wraps and guarding the vicinity zealously, looking out for errant photographers. But then, if you have a wife at home who doesn't approve of your friendship and you are the biggest star in the industry, you would certainly try this hard.

    Rumour has it that Shah Rukh Khan and Gauri's two-decade-old marriage is in trouble for the first time and close friends of the couple are wasting no time in pointing towards Priyanka Chopra. The 'Jungli billi' (as SRK calls her) has been a constant at SRK's side for some time now- cheering for his IPL team, entertaining his guests with her singing skills at Mannat etc. During the last leg of

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  • Ranbir to be Kishore Kumar?

    Rumour has it that the young actor has been approached to play the legendary singer's role in the biopic

     Bollywood is on a biopic-making spree. After Silk Smith, it’s the legendary singer Kishore Kumar’s turn to be immortalized on screen. Rumours are rife that ‘Rockstar’ Ranbir Kapoor has been roped in and the film will be produced by UTV Motion Pictures.

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  • Return of the devil

     'Agneepath' marks the return of the Bollywood baddie who is meaner and stronger than ever

    The bald, colossal and tattooed look of Sanjay Dutt as Kancha Cheena is perhaps the most fear-inducing look for a villain of recent times and marks the return of the Bollywood baddie, a character which had become extinct post the 90s. The turn of the century was marked by more sophisticated and sauvé villains who didn't resort to cheap thrills (a la Mogambo in 'Mr India'), a far cry from the quintessential lecherous rogue who would take delight in mouthing quick one-liners and elaborate torture techniques. But then, without the triumph of good over evil, Bollywood was never the same.

    Read: When bald is not beautiful

    Like the plot of most masala films, one thing which has remained constant throughout the years is the virtuous hero, who can never do any wrong. So, despite the changing character-graph of the antagonist, the show always belonged to the hero. Perhaps, this is why not many leading men

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  • Drab to dashing: Duggu’s many looks

    "I love pushing boundaries," says Hrithik Roshan in an interview recently as he gears up for his next release 'Agneepath'. True to his word, the actor has painstakingly worked very hard on all his films, be it on his body or his look. Here's a look at the changing avatars of the star which also woved his fans and critics alike. 

    Kaho Na Pyaar Hai: The junior Roshan burst into the scene and into people's heart with Papa Roshan's blockbuster film who used a sure-shot route to success by giving his son a double role, complete with two different looks. While the first part of the film sees a famished and innocent-looking Hrithik who sings and dances while the second half sees a bulked-up and sauvé Hrithik bashing up the baddies.

    See: Hrithik’s bucket list

    Koi Mil Gaya: The film saw him playing a mentally-challenged young man in what was touted as Bollywood's first sci-fi. The actor played the zero to hero number with much élan, making it one of the biggest grossers of that year.


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