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Rani Mukerji to work with Shah Rukh, Salman and Aamir again?
The dusky actor launched trailer of her upcoming film Mardaani
Though we will soon see Rani Mukerji in a woman centric film Mardaani, the actor often gets nostalgic about her hit pairing with the Khan’s of Bollywood namely Shah Rukh Khan, Salman Khan and Aamir Khan. Click here to read more
Salman Khan guarantees ‘One There Was Tiger’ to be a success
Salman Khan has witnessed the highs and lows of his Bollywood career. Many predict his Ek Tha Tiger to be a sure shot hit – fingers crossed! In the meanwhile, here’s a list of some of his mindless movies, which when translated sound even worse
The Dabangg actor has gone full circle with respect to his career. We love his action and adore his romantic style, but no one’s perfect and Salman is no exception. We dared to convert some titles of his disastrous films, only to see them getting lost in translation! Click here to read more
Rani Mukerji birthday special: Stealing Stealing Quietly Quietly
The Talaash actor has a long list of hilarious movie titles to her credit
Rani Mukerji has starred in some of the biggest films of the past few years, and some of those with the longest titles. For every Badal, Bichoo and Talaash, there has been a Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, Hadh Kar Di Apne and even a Kabhi Alvida Na Kehna. As the pretty actor turns 34 today, we wonder if she would have had her share of hits, if those films had English titles. True, her No One Killed Jessica did extremely well and can even be said to have revived her career to some extent. But what about her other films? Would they have sounded exciting enough if they too had been titled in English? Or would the impact have been lost in translation? We take a closer look… Click here to read more
Kareena Kapoor says: I Am Crazy of Love!
Lengthy Hindi movie titles somehow lose their punch when translated into English
Bollywood has never shied away from giving lengthy names to its movies. You can guess the entire story from the movie title! Take Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge, for instance. You know it’s a romance, with some kind of opposition and there’s going to be a happy ending. Or Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak. You know it’s going to be a tragedy about doomed characters, perhaps about how one tragic occurrence results in another. But what if Mansoor Khan had named his movie From Tragedy to Tragedy? Much more straightforward, isn’t it? And loses all the mystery and sense of gloom pervading the Hindi title. The long titles do indeed lose a lot in translation; while some are hilarious others are just plain sad. We bring you our faves: Click here to read more