dangermousie: (Eklavya: Saif Vidya)
This morning, I watched all the hosted bits by Shahrukh Khan and Saif Ali Khan for Filmfares 2008. OMG. If Oscars were like this, I'd watch religiously. I almost laughed myself sick.

That is one of many reasons I love Bollywood: they don't take themselves too seriously. Two of the biggest Bollywood stars, mercilessly mocking themselves and everyone in the audience, or dancing in towels, or getting Akshay Kumar, another big star, to play along. Why can't Hollywood be like this?

My favorite bits were with Akshay Kumar, the mocking of RGV (ugh, hate his pretentious awful sleazy self), and all the slash stuff with SRK and Saif. And is it me, or was Kareena Kapoor almost literally glowing every time she looked at Saif? She looked utterly besotted. And who could blame her. That was kinda adorable. I am beginning to think she just might end up Mrs. Nawab after all (or whatever is the term for a female Princess). Also, I was worried about her slimming down too much for Tashan (Aditya Chopra and his fixation on skeletons, UGH!) but she looked good. (Kareena is my favorite working actress except for Kajol, so there :P)

GO BOLLYWOOD!

In other news, one of the reasons I love Bollywood movies is because they are...well...pretty.

Behind the cut are a bunch of poster-wallpapers of various recent/upcoming flicks. Some are good movies, some not so good. But the images? The images are gorgeous.

Click here for prettiness )

And to conclude on another Bolly note, I kept picking my Kapoors book on and off, as each 'chapter' is about a different member of the family, so I didn't have to read it at a binge.

Shashi Kapoor rambles )

ETA: Browsing BollyWHAT, I found some Kareena/Saif pics. Heee. I love Bolly celebrity couples. Whether they stay together or have a trainwreck and break up, they always amuse me greatly.

E.g.:



(you can see the tattoo of her name on his arm. It's huge! Seriously, how drunk was he when he got it? Also, I wonder what his ex-wife thinks. I bet he never got her name tattooed on any visible part of his body :D)

More pics )
dangermousie: (Eklavya: Saif Vidya)
This morning, I watched all the hosted bits by Shahrukh Khan and Saif Ali Khan for Filmfares 2008. OMG. If Oscars were like this, I'd watch religiously. I almost laughed myself sick.

That is one of many reasons I love Bollywood: they don't take themselves too seriously. Two of the biggest Bollywood stars, mercilessly mocking themselves and everyone in the audience, or dancing in towels, or getting Akshay Kumar, another big star, to play along. Why can't Hollywood be like this?

My favorite bits were with Akshay Kumar, the mocking of RGV (ugh, hate his pretentious awful sleazy self), and all the slash stuff with SRK and Saif. And is it me, or was Kareena Kapoor almost literally glowing every time she looked at Saif? She looked utterly besotted. And who could blame her. That was kinda adorable. I am beginning to think she just might end up Mrs. Nawab after all (or whatever is the term for a female Princess). Also, I was worried about her slimming down too much for Tashan (Aditya Chopra and his fixation on skeletons, UGH!) but she looked good. (Kareena is my favorite working actress except for Kajol, so there :P)

GO BOLLYWOOD!

In other news, one of the reasons I love Bollywood movies is because they are...well...pretty.

Behind the cut are a bunch of poster-wallpapers of various recent/upcoming flicks. Some are good movies, some not so good. But the images? The images are gorgeous.

Click here for prettiness )

And to conclude on another Bolly note, I kept picking my Kapoors book on and off, as each 'chapter' is about a different member of the family, so I didn't have to read it at a binge.

Shashi Kapoor rambles )

ETA: Browsing BollyWHAT, I found some Kareena/Saif pics. Heee. I love Bolly celebrity couples. Whether they stay together or have a trainwreck and break up, they always amuse me greatly.

E.g.:



(you can see the tattoo of her name on his arm. It's huge! Seriously, how drunk was he when he got it? Also, I wonder what his ex-wife thinks. I bet he never got her name tattooed on any visible part of his body :D)

More pics )
dangermousie: (Eklavya: Saif Vidya)
This morning, I watched all the hosted bits by Shahrukh Khan and Saif Ali Khan for Filmfares 2008. OMG. If Oscars were like this, I'd watch religiously. I almost laughed myself sick.

That is one of many reasons I love Bollywood: they don't take themselves too seriously. Two of the biggest Bollywood stars, mercilessly mocking themselves and everyone in the audience, or dancing in towels, or getting Akshay Kumar, another big star, to play along. Why can't Hollywood be like this?

My favorite bits were with Akshay Kumar, the mocking of RGV (ugh, hate his pretentious awful sleazy self), and all the slash stuff with SRK and Saif. And is it me, or was Kareena Kapoor almost literally glowing every time she looked at Saif? She looked utterly besotted. And who could blame her. That was kinda adorable. I am beginning to think she just might end up Mrs. Nawab after all (or whatever is the term for a female Princess). Also, I was worried about her slimming down too much for Tashan (Aditya Chopra and his fixation on skeletons, UGH!) but she looked good. (Kareena is my favorite working actress except for Kajol, so there :P)

GO BOLLYWOOD!

In other news, one of the reasons I love Bollywood movies is because they are...well...pretty.

Behind the cut are a bunch of poster-wallpapers of various recent/upcoming flicks. Some are good movies, some not so good. But the images? The images are gorgeous.

Click here for prettiness )

And to conclude on another Bolly note, I kept picking my Kapoors book on and off, as each 'chapter' is about a different member of the family, so I didn't have to read it at a binge.

Shashi Kapoor rambles )

ETA: Browsing BollyWHAT, I found some Kareena/Saif pics. Heee. I love Bolly celebrity couples. Whether they stay together or have a trainwreck and break up, they always amuse me greatly.

E.g.:



(you can see the tattoo of her name on his arm. It's huge! Seriously, how drunk was he when he got it? Also, I wonder what his ex-wife thinks. I bet he never got her name tattooed on any visible part of his body :D)

More pics )
dangermousie: (Dhoom 2)
I am reading the Kapoors book and the section on Raj is so fascinating.

And all the bits on Raj Kapoor and Nargis?



EEEEE!

I mean, they are one of my all-time favorite on-screen couples, and I know they were romantically involved in real life, but I didn't know how much. She was basically his work wife. EEEE!

I love this quote from one of their friends: "There was nothing that could stop them, nothing that could separate them. There was not a line between them, there were no dots. She was everything that life meant to him. The loves, the quarrels, the tears, the fights, the reconciliations, the oneness-they were like one soul.'

Neat.

Apparently, after she left him to marry Sunil Dutt (because she felt professionally side-lined and because she realized conservative Raj was never going to divorce his wife), on Raj's orders her room in his place remained exactly the same, as if she never left, with some of her clothes still laid out, until he died.

The author states that after she left him, he used to burn himself with cigarettes to check if he wasn't dreaming.

Yikes.

And come home drunk and just weep for hours, and his wife once bitterly mentioned it and said something to the effect of 'do you think I thought he wept for me? I knew he wept for her.'

Somehow, it does seem very dramatically Raj Kapoor.

Of course, epicy fun as this is to read about, this couldn't have been awesome for his wife. Or the mistresses he took after Nargis. :)

I mean, the man took a written proposal of marriage she got from some producer while they were dating, and glued it back together (Nargis tore it up and told him it was nothing) and had it in his desk 20 years after.

*meep*
dangermousie: (Dhoom 2)
I am reading the Kapoors book and the section on Raj is so fascinating.

And all the bits on Raj Kapoor and Nargis?



EEEEE!

I mean, they are one of my all-time favorite on-screen couples, and I know they were romantically involved in real life, but I didn't know how much. She was basically his work wife. EEEE!

I love this quote from one of their friends: "There was nothing that could stop them, nothing that could separate them. There was not a line between them, there were no dots. She was everything that life meant to him. The loves, the quarrels, the tears, the fights, the reconciliations, the oneness-they were like one soul.'

Neat.

Apparently, after she left him to marry Sunil Dutt (because she felt professionally side-lined and because she realized conservative Raj was never going to divorce his wife), on Raj's orders her room in his place remained exactly the same, as if she never left, with some of her clothes still laid out, until he died.

The author states that after she left him, he used to burn himself with cigarettes to check if he wasn't dreaming.

Yikes.

And come home drunk and just weep for hours, and his wife once bitterly mentioned it and said something to the effect of 'do you think I thought he wept for me? I knew he wept for her.'

Somehow, it does seem very dramatically Raj Kapoor.

Of course, epicy fun as this is to read about, this couldn't have been awesome for his wife. Or the mistresses he took after Nargis. :)

I mean, the man took a written proposal of marriage she got from some producer while they were dating, and glued it back together (Nargis tore it up and told him it was nothing) and had it in his desk 20 years after.

*meep*
dangermousie: (Dhoom 2)
I am reading the Kapoors book and the section on Raj is so fascinating.

And all the bits on Raj Kapoor and Nargis?



EEEEE!

I mean, they are one of my all-time favorite on-screen couples, and I know they were romantically involved in real life, but I didn't know how much. She was basically his work wife. EEEE!

I love this quote from one of their friends: "There was nothing that could stop them, nothing that could separate them. There was not a line between them, there were no dots. She was everything that life meant to him. The loves, the quarrels, the tears, the fights, the reconciliations, the oneness-they were like one soul.'

Neat.

Apparently, after she left him to marry Sunil Dutt (because she felt professionally side-lined and because she realized conservative Raj was never going to divorce his wife), on Raj's orders her room in his place remained exactly the same, as if she never left, with some of her clothes still laid out, until he died.

The author states that after she left him, he used to burn himself with cigarettes to check if he wasn't dreaming.

Yikes.

And come home drunk and just weep for hours, and his wife once bitterly mentioned it and said something to the effect of 'do you think I thought he wept for me? I knew he wept for her.'

Somehow, it does seem very dramatically Raj Kapoor.

Of course, epicy fun as this is to read about, this couldn't have been awesome for his wife. Or the mistresses he took after Nargis. :)

I mean, the man took a written proposal of marriage she got from some producer while they were dating, and glued it back together (Nargis tore it up and told him it was nothing) and had it in his desk 20 years after.

*meep*
dangermousie: (SEI: John Vidya skin)
I have just discovered a new potential love: Barsaat (1949) starring the legandary pair of Raj Kapoor and Nargis.



Apparently the logo for RK studios is taken from a famous moment in the film.

Basically, I want to see this because:
a.the poster is so COOL and
b. I am reading the Kapoor book and so need more Kapoor fix :)

Plot: Two friends from the city with contrasting beliefs about love take their annual holiday in the country. One is a "love 'em and leave 'em" philanderer, the other is waiting for Miss Right. Whilst Gopal (Premnath) callously uses and then discards Neela (Nimmi), the sensitive Pran (Raj Kapoor) finds the love of his life when he meets Reshma (Nargis). But for neither man will the the consequences of these meetings be without anguish. There are jails and waterfalls and car-crashes and a small pile of angst. What's not to love?

Here is a song from it:

dangermousie: (SEI: John Vidya skin)
I have just discovered a new potential love: Barsaat (1949) starring the legandary pair of Raj Kapoor and Nargis.



Apparently the logo for RK studios is taken from a famous moment in the film.

Basically, I want to see this because:
a.the poster is so COOL and
b. I am reading the Kapoor book and so need more Kapoor fix :)

Plot: Two friends from the city with contrasting beliefs about love take their annual holiday in the country. One is a "love 'em and leave 'em" philanderer, the other is waiting for Miss Right. Whilst Gopal (Premnath) callously uses and then discards Neela (Nimmi), the sensitive Pran (Raj Kapoor) finds the love of his life when he meets Reshma (Nargis). But for neither man will the the consequences of these meetings be without anguish. There are jails and waterfalls and car-crashes and a small pile of angst. What's not to love?

Here is a song from it:

dangermousie: (SEI: John Vidya skin)
I have just discovered a new potential love: Barsaat (1949) starring the legandary pair of Raj Kapoor and Nargis.



Apparently the logo for RK studios is taken from a famous moment in the film.

Basically, I want to see this because:
a.the poster is so COOL and
b. I am reading the Kapoor book and so need more Kapoor fix :)

Plot: Two friends from the city with contrasting beliefs about love take their annual holiday in the country. One is a "love 'em and leave 'em" philanderer, the other is waiting for Miss Right. Whilst Gopal (Premnath) callously uses and then discards Neela (Nimmi), the sensitive Pran (Raj Kapoor) finds the love of his life when he meets Reshma (Nargis). But for neither man will the the consequences of these meetings be without anguish. There are jails and waterfalls and car-crashes and a small pile of angst. What's not to love?

Here is a song from it:

dangermousie: (Dr Who: Rose by miss_strawberry)
Heeeeee.

Excellent, excellent day today.

1. I picked up my copy of The Kapoors, the book about the most famous Bollywood family and it is super-super awesome for facts like:

a. Indira Gandhi wanted to marry Rajiv off to Raj Kapoor's daughter (he fell for Sonia while in college so it fell through)
b. Prithviraj was UBER hot. seriously, hottest Kapoor ever as photos prove. considering my first glimpses of him were as an old, rotund man in Mughal-e-Azam and Awaara, it was a life changing shock. In fact, he was so hot that the reason he got to be a star (he was an extra who stood in line every day) was because a female star saw him in a line-up and thought he was so hot he should be the lead in her next film.
c. Shashi Kapoor + Jennifer Kendal FTW. Seriously, their story is so filmi, complete with inter-culture young love, unforgiving parents, poverty (he couldn't afford to buy books for her!), and angst. So so so awesome. I love Shashi even more now. Oh, and Shammi was their go-between. And he is the one who dragged Shashi out of his depression after Jennifer's death. Mmmm. Awesome.
d. Speaking of Shammi Kapoor. Heeee! His wife was an illiterate South Indian actress older than him. And he totally adored her. Yay. And she died of small-pox. :( And he is an internet geek.
e. Rishi Kapoor's wedding to Neetu went on for almost three weeks and they invited thousands of people and so the venue was a golf course!
f. Raj Kapoor was kinda a bastard. But I still love his movies the most.

2. I bought tons of volumes of Kimi Wa Petto manga. I love it to bits. Actually, I think I will try to rewatch the KwP drama shortly, with the extra knowledge and understanding I gained from the manga (those thought baloons!) Because I do adore the manga so, and I was exhausted when I continued with KwP drama so I will give it another try.

3. Sapuri. Seriously, how are there people in this world that do not like Sapuri? I mean, even Mr. Mousie, who likes dramas the way I do dirt pies, is interested in this one and is sort of watching it. I am five episodes in and seriously, it is the most delightful, clever, pitch-perfect thing ever. I now start watching it in the morning because I know I will be in a good mood for the rest of the day. And I love all the characters (yes, even Ogiwara, who I really like now, and yes, even married lady) but Minami and especially Yuya are the favorites. The bit when Yuya is so excited because he got that singer's autograph but comes in and sees Ogiwara and Minami together and you can tell just from his face (there is no dialogue) of how meaningless this prior giddiness became for him, how the almost innocently childish joy is squashed by this adult emotion in him is...EEEE. And I love that when he tells the short-haired girl he doesn't like Minami, and she asks 'realy?' he replies 'No, it's a lie.' *meeeeeep* Yuya, you are awesome.

4. Mr. Mousie expressed an interest in Blackpool too, so it shall be spousal bonding time tonight :)

ETA: OMG, the curry bit in Sapuri? It's ridiculous but I was getting misty-eyed when Yuya was presenting his idea. I was so anxious for the others not to shoot it down, to like it. Sapuri, what are you doing to me?
dangermousie: (Dr Who: Rose by miss_strawberry)
Heeeeee.

Excellent, excellent day today.

1. I picked up my copy of The Kapoors, the book about the most famous Bollywood family and it is super-super awesome for facts like:

a. Indira Gandhi wanted to marry Rajiv off to Raj Kapoor's daughter (he fell for Sonia while in college so it fell through)
b. Prithviraj was UBER hot. seriously, hottest Kapoor ever as photos prove. considering my first glimpses of him were as an old, rotund man in Mughal-e-Azam and Awaara, it was a life changing shock. In fact, he was so hot that the reason he got to be a star (he was an extra who stood in line every day) was because a female star saw him in a line-up and thought he was so hot he should be the lead in her next film.
c. Shashi Kapoor + Jennifer Kendal FTW. Seriously, their story is so filmi, complete with inter-culture young love, unforgiving parents, poverty (he couldn't afford to buy books for her!), and angst. So so so awesome. I love Shashi even more now. Oh, and Shammi was their go-between. And he is the one who dragged Shashi out of his depression after Jennifer's death. Mmmm. Awesome.
d. Speaking of Shammi Kapoor. Heeee! His wife was an illiterate South Indian actress older than him. And he totally adored her. Yay. And she died of small-pox. :( And he is an internet geek.
e. Rishi Kapoor's wedding to Neetu went on for almost three weeks and they invited thousands of people and so the venue was a golf course!
f. Raj Kapoor was kinda a bastard. But I still love his movies the most.

2. I bought tons of volumes of Kimi Wa Petto manga. I love it to bits. Actually, I think I will try to rewatch the KwP drama shortly, with the extra knowledge and understanding I gained from the manga (those thought baloons!) Because I do adore the manga so, and I was exhausted when I continued with KwP drama so I will give it another try.

3. Sapuri. Seriously, how are there people in this world that do not like Sapuri? I mean, even Mr. Mousie, who likes dramas the way I do dirt pies, is interested in this one and is sort of watching it. I am five episodes in and seriously, it is the most delightful, clever, pitch-perfect thing ever. I now start watching it in the morning because I know I will be in a good mood for the rest of the day. And I love all the characters (yes, even Ogiwara, who I really like now, and yes, even married lady) but Minami and especially Yuya are the favorites. The bit when Yuya is so excited because he got that singer's autograph but comes in and sees Ogiwara and Minami together and you can tell just from his face (there is no dialogue) of how meaningless this prior giddiness became for him, how the almost innocently childish joy is squashed by this adult emotion in him is...EEEE. And I love that when he tells the short-haired girl he doesn't like Minami, and she asks 'realy?' he replies 'No, it's a lie.' *meeeeeep* Yuya, you are awesome.

4. Mr. Mousie expressed an interest in Blackpool too, so it shall be spousal bonding time tonight :)

ETA: OMG, the curry bit in Sapuri? It's ridiculous but I was getting misty-eyed when Yuya was presenting his idea. I was so anxious for the others not to shoot it down, to like it. Sapuri, what are you doing to me?
dangermousie: (Dr Who: Rose by miss_strawberry)
Heeeeee.

Excellent, excellent day today.

1. I picked up my copy of The Kapoors, the book about the most famous Bollywood family and it is super-super awesome for facts like:

a. Indira Gandhi wanted to marry Rajiv off to Raj Kapoor's daughter (he fell for Sonia while in college so it fell through)
b. Prithviraj was UBER hot. seriously, hottest Kapoor ever as photos prove. considering my first glimpses of him were as an old, rotund man in Mughal-e-Azam and Awaara, it was a life changing shock. In fact, he was so hot that the reason he got to be a star (he was an extra who stood in line every day) was because a female star saw him in a line-up and thought he was so hot he should be the lead in her next film.
c. Shashi Kapoor + Jennifer Kendal FTW. Seriously, their story is so filmi, complete with inter-culture young love, unforgiving parents, poverty (he couldn't afford to buy books for her!), and angst. So so so awesome. I love Shashi even more now. Oh, and Shammi was their go-between. And he is the one who dragged Shashi out of his depression after Jennifer's death. Mmmm. Awesome.
d. Speaking of Shammi Kapoor. Heeee! His wife was an illiterate South Indian actress older than him. And he totally adored her. Yay. And she died of small-pox. :( And he is an internet geek.
e. Rishi Kapoor's wedding to Neetu went on for almost three weeks and they invited thousands of people and so the venue was a golf course!
f. Raj Kapoor was kinda a bastard. But I still love his movies the most.

2. I bought tons of volumes of Kimi Wa Petto manga. I love it to bits. Actually, I think I will try to rewatch the KwP drama shortly, with the extra knowledge and understanding I gained from the manga (those thought baloons!) Because I do adore the manga so, and I was exhausted when I continued with KwP drama so I will give it another try.

3. Sapuri. Seriously, how are there people in this world that do not like Sapuri? I mean, even Mr. Mousie, who likes dramas the way I do dirt pies, is interested in this one and is sort of watching it. I am five episodes in and seriously, it is the most delightful, clever, pitch-perfect thing ever. I now start watching it in the morning because I know I will be in a good mood for the rest of the day. And I love all the characters (yes, even Ogiwara, who I really like now, and yes, even married lady) but Minami and especially Yuya are the favorites. The bit when Yuya is so excited because he got that singer's autograph but comes in and sees Ogiwara and Minami together and you can tell just from his face (there is no dialogue) of how meaningless this prior giddiness became for him, how the almost innocently childish joy is squashed by this adult emotion in him is...EEEE. And I love that when he tells the short-haired girl he doesn't like Minami, and she asks 'realy?' he replies 'No, it's a lie.' *meeeeeep* Yuya, you are awesome.

4. Mr. Mousie expressed an interest in Blackpool too, so it shall be spousal bonding time tonight :)

ETA: OMG, the curry bit in Sapuri? It's ridiculous but I was getting misty-eyed when Yuya was presenting his idea. I was so anxious for the others not to shoot it down, to like it. Sapuri, what are you doing to me?
dangermousie: (Dhoom 2)
I find Bollywood such an interesting and different beast. Not just because the movies themselves are different (most are musicals, with long run times and a bit of everything thrown in) but because in a way, the way it's run is entirely different: the crazy cult of stars (think old-time Hollywood times 100), the informality of a lot of business arrangements, the fact that a lor of actors/actresses film movies simultaneously, sync sound is rare, etc etc. Oh, and Bollywood is run by families. Most current actors/actresses are either children of previous stars, or former models or beauty contest winners. Very very different to me. Sometimes you luck out and get Kajol (duahgter of Tanuja) and sometimes you don't and get Esha Deol (daughter of Dharmendra and Hema Malini, but IMO the worst actress ever). There are very few exceptions. Interestingly both the biggest male star, Shahrukh Khan, and the biggest until she retired female star, Madhuri Dixit, are exceptions. I wonder if it's a hint to Bollywood to take in new blood. If it's a hint, they are happily ignoring it.

So because of it, and because Saawariya is opening this week, with tons of fanfare, and it's the debut movie of Ranbir Kapoor, the fourth (!!!) generation of the Kapoor family to be a movie star, here is a bit of a look at the most famous family of Bollywood: the Kapoors. More stars per capita than anywhere else :)

Kapoors, Kapoors, Kapoors )
dangermousie: (Dhoom 2)
I find Bollywood such an interesting and different beast. Not just because the movies themselves are different (most are musicals, with long run times and a bit of everything thrown in) but because in a way, the way it's run is entirely different: the crazy cult of stars (think old-time Hollywood times 100), the informality of a lot of business arrangements, the fact that a lor of actors/actresses film movies simultaneously, sync sound is rare, etc etc. Oh, and Bollywood is run by families. Most current actors/actresses are either children of previous stars, or former models or beauty contest winners. Very very different to me. Sometimes you luck out and get Kajol (duahgter of Tanuja) and sometimes you don't and get Esha Deol (daughter of Dharmendra and Hema Malini, but IMO the worst actress ever). There are very few exceptions. Interestingly both the biggest male star, Shahrukh Khan, and the biggest until she retired female star, Madhuri Dixit, are exceptions. I wonder if it's a hint to Bollywood to take in new blood. If it's a hint, they are happily ignoring it.

So because of it, and because Saawariya is opening this week, with tons of fanfare, and it's the debut movie of Ranbir Kapoor, the fourth (!!!) generation of the Kapoor family to be a movie star, here is a bit of a look at the most famous family of Bollywood: the Kapoors. More stars per capita than anywhere else :)

Kapoors, Kapoors, Kapoors )
dangermousie: (Dhoom 2)
I find Bollywood such an interesting and different beast. Not just because the movies themselves are different (most are musicals, with long run times and a bit of everything thrown in) but because in a way, the way it's run is entirely different: the crazy cult of stars (think old-time Hollywood times 100), the informality of a lot of business arrangements, the fact that a lor of actors/actresses film movies simultaneously, sync sound is rare, etc etc. Oh, and Bollywood is run by families. Most current actors/actresses are either children of previous stars, or former models or beauty contest winners. Very very different to me. Sometimes you luck out and get Kajol (duahgter of Tanuja) and sometimes you don't and get Esha Deol (daughter of Dharmendra and Hema Malini, but IMO the worst actress ever). There are very few exceptions. Interestingly both the biggest male star, Shahrukh Khan, and the biggest until she retired female star, Madhuri Dixit, are exceptions. I wonder if it's a hint to Bollywood to take in new blood. If it's a hint, they are happily ignoring it.

So because of it, and because Saawariya is opening this week, with tons of fanfare, and it's the debut movie of Ranbir Kapoor, the fourth (!!!) generation of the Kapoor family to be a movie star, here is a bit of a look at the most famous family of Bollywood: the Kapoors. More stars per capita than anywhere else :)

Kapoors, Kapoors, Kapoors )

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