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Nautanki Saala song Dil ki toh lag gayi: Ayushmann Khurrana and Pooja Salvi indulge in some ‘serious fun’!
The soft romantic funny track is quite an experiment and will work big time with music lovers. We enjoyed!
It seems our so-called talented lyricists just can’t get over the Hindi slang lag gayi/ lag gaye (means screwed). There has been an over-usage of the phrase in recent times Click here to read more
Kancha, Mogambo, Gabbar, Shakal…the greatest villains of Bollywood cinema
Bollywood’s bad guys have better lines, better outfits, better babes, more gadgets and way more fun before they go out in the climax reel with a bang
Agneepath, the first success of 2012, firmly establishes the return of that Hindi movie staple—the villain. For almost two decades, the director trinity of Sooraj Barjatya, Karan Johar and Aditya Chopra, who championed family values and pretty people in love, had effectively banished the baddie from Bollywood. But Agneepath’s Kancha, played by a manically grinning Sanjay Dutt, a hairless man given to reciting the Gita as he hangs people, has brought the over-sized, over-wrought villain centrestage. Raavan is back (ironically, midwifed by the same Karan who had helped oust him). Click here to read more
Mogambo khush hua? Mogambo became happy?
Bollywood villains are slowly making a comeback on the big screen. We take a look at what they would say if they suddenly decided to speak English!
Bollywood films may glorify the hero but, hey, what’s a hero without a villain? If the hero doesn’t have a baddie to fight, he can’t show off his prowess. The bigger the baddie is, the bigger the hero becomes. Karan Johar and Karan Malhotra got that right with their new version of Agneepath. But even before Sanjay Dutt’s Kancha gave us the heebie-jeebies, we’ve had other iconic villains who’ve set hair-raising trends as gun-toting, cigar smoking depictions of evil. Click here to read more