dangermousie: (Veer-Zaara)
A lot of you probably have no idea, seeing that this LJ is so heavily drama-centric, but I am hopelessly devoted to Indian movies - both Bollywood and South Indian (Tamil and Telugu, in particular).

And I am currently watching Anjaana Anjaani, a Bolly flick starring Ranbir Kapoor and Priyanka Chopra, and am madly in love!

It's so sweet and breezy and romantic and darling.

Have a MV:



The story is "only in Bollywood" - Ranbir Kapoor plans to kill himself because his sart-up company is about go under - he has a huge loan and is unable to clear it. Priyanka decides to do the same because she just caught her fiance cheating on her. That is how they bump into each other - both attempt to jump off the same bridge. They try but fail to kill themselves, strike an odd friendship when recuperating and make a pledge to attempt it again in 20 days - at the end of the year. But until then they are going to travel together and do the things they always wanted to do. And the story goes from there.

Sure, it's an outrageous premise but despite it, the movie is sweet and quite cheerful and certainly v.v. romantic. It helps if you are a Ranbir and/or Priyanka fan (I am) but not necessary. Have another song, this time from the movie itself:

dangermousie: (Veer-Zaara)
A lot of you probably have no idea, seeing that this LJ is so heavily drama-centric, but I am hopelessly devoted to Indian movies - both Bollywood and South Indian (Tamil and Telugu, in particular).

And I am currently watching Anjaana Anjaani, a Bolly flick starring Ranbir Kapoor and Priyanka Chopra, and am madly in love!

It's so sweet and breezy and romantic and darling.

Have a MV:



The story is "only in Bollywood" - Ranbir Kapoor plans to kill himself because his sart-up company is about go under - he has a huge loan and is unable to clear it. Priyanka decides to do the same because she just caught her fiance cheating on her. That is how they bump into each other - both attempt to jump off the same bridge. They try but fail to kill themselves, strike an odd friendship when recuperating and make a pledge to attempt it again in 20 days - at the end of the year. But until then they are going to travel together and do the things they always wanted to do. And the story goes from there.

Sure, it's an outrageous premise but despite it, the movie is sweet and quite cheerful and certainly v.v. romantic. It helps if you are a Ranbir and/or Priyanka fan (I am) but not necessary. Have another song, this time from the movie itself:

dangermousie: (Veer-Zaara)
A lot of you probably have no idea, seeing that this LJ is so heavily drama-centric, but I am hopelessly devoted to Indian movies - both Bollywood and South Indian (Tamil and Telugu, in particular).

And I am currently watching Anjaana Anjaani, a Bolly flick starring Ranbir Kapoor and Priyanka Chopra, and am madly in love!

It's so sweet and breezy and romantic and darling.

Have a MV:



The story is "only in Bollywood" - Ranbir Kapoor plans to kill himself because his sart-up company is about go under - he has a huge loan and is unable to clear it. Priyanka decides to do the same because she just caught her fiance cheating on her. That is how they bump into each other - both attempt to jump off the same bridge. They try but fail to kill themselves, strike an odd friendship when recuperating and make a pledge to attempt it again in 20 days - at the end of the year. But until then they are going to travel together and do the things they always wanted to do. And the story goes from there.

Sure, it's an outrageous premise but despite it, the movie is sweet and quite cheerful and certainly v.v. romantic. It helps if you are a Ranbir and/or Priyanka fan (I am) but not necessary. Have another song, this time from the movie itself:

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