Saturday, November 03, 2007

Only 7 days to go!

Or 4 - 6 weeks Nashville-time.
Haven't even seen it yet but it has my vote for Hindi Film of the Year.



Doesn't it just look like a big ball of fun?!

Side Note: The sooner we all come to terms with SRK's obvious use of steroids, the sooner we can move on with our lives.

[To further discuss the offenssive nature of Shahrukh's "man-nips" in the OSO promo pics, join us at Bollywood Fugly after the reception.]

10 comments:

sucre said...

"The sooner we all come to terms with SRK's obvious use of steroids, the sooner we can move on with our lives."

*dies laughing*

That Rachel Person said...

I want to see it soooo much. Yes.

- Rachel in Nova Scotia

Anonymous said...

He's already admitted (in interviews) to using a ton of fat-burners to get the six-pack. SRK is pretty down-to-earth - I don't think he'll be making any claims about getting that physique without any 'extra help'.

kage said...

i just saw this today... and btw my heart-throb was in Bandra, Mumbai recently!

kage said...

heart-throb = beyonce... just in case that wasn't clear...

t-hype said...

That's fabulous K! Perhaps now you've been able to reconcile your belief in God?!

kage said...

dunno about belief in God... but I do believe in Beyonce... perhaps Beyonce means "Believe in Yourself ONCE and for all" ;)

bombaygirl said...

When you see the movie, you will realize that the 6-pack was done to spoof a certain other actor (Hrithik)and his mah-vel-es body. The whole movie is a spoof on bollywood, tongue-in-cheek. Nothing to see here, move along.

t-hype said...

Awww, bombaygirl, you're breaking my heart.

I won't be deterred. I love Farah Khan's work! My favorite Indian market closed down (Church Street) so I don't know when I'll be able to see it!

Anonymous said...

Sorry to disappoint you t-hype but farah khan's 2nd movie isn't half as good as the 1st.
It did earn a lot of money but that was more due to the film promoters' marketing genius. Its not a movie you would remember for long.

However there is a movie which actually deserves to be the movie of the year.
The movie which is consistently moving its entire audience to tears by its sheer sensitvity.

http://www.mid-day.com/entertainment/bollywood/article?_EXT_5_articleId=861833&_EXT_5_groupId=14

The movie which actually got a standing ovation from its theatre audience in the US.
And that movie is TZP. Try catching it. You won't be disappointed.