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:

dangermousie: (SEI: John and Vidya run)
For some weird reason, the movie theater I went to decided to chop off the very beginning of the movie (probably to save time). While I can live without seeing the censor's certificate and even the movie's title, it was rather odd to go straight into the song already in progress. Plus, missing precious minutes of John and Vidya cuteness should be considered a certifiable offense.

Also, our print died during climax and they had to restart it. Heh. I was probably less upset about either of these because:

a. I will have a DVD soon
b. The audience was fun (at one critical point, a little kid piped up, imitating Govinda's "I love you" ROFL)
c. I still love the movie entirely too much not to be giddy to see it in any form.

Spoilery disjointed comments )
dangermousie: (SEI: John and Vidya run)
For some weird reason, the movie theater I went to decided to chop off the very beginning of the movie (probably to save time). While I can live without seeing the censor's certificate and even the movie's title, it was rather odd to go straight into the song already in progress. Plus, missing precious minutes of John and Vidya cuteness should be considered a certifiable offense.

Also, our print died during climax and they had to restart it. Heh. I was probably less upset about either of these because:

a. I will have a DVD soon
b. The audience was fun (at one critical point, a little kid piped up, imitating Govinda's "I love you" ROFL)
c. I still love the movie entirely too much not to be giddy to see it in any form.

Spoilery disjointed comments )
dangermousie: (SEI: John and Vidya run)
For some weird reason, the movie theater I went to decided to chop off the very beginning of the movie (probably to save time). While I can live without seeing the censor's certificate and even the movie's title, it was rather odd to go straight into the song already in progress. Plus, missing precious minutes of John and Vidya cuteness should be considered a certifiable offense.

Also, our print died during climax and they had to restart it. Heh. I was probably less upset about either of these because:

a. I will have a DVD soon
b. The audience was fun (at one critical point, a little kid piped up, imitating Govinda's "I love you" ROFL)
c. I still love the movie entirely too much not to be giddy to see it in any form.

Spoilery disjointed comments )
dangermousie: (Default)
My map is making me feel all cosmopolitan. I've apparently had visitors not just from US, Canada and the UK, but also Australia, New Zealand, Brasil, Poland, Singapore, Japan, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Phillipines, Germany, Spain, Sweden, India, Finland, Denmark, France and etc. Yay. Am impressive world-renown author of popular lj. Or not and am delusional geek. You pick :D

In other news, it's almost Friday which means it's almost Hana Yori Dango 2 time, which means I have an almost Pavlovian reaction. Sad but true. And on that note, full of adorableness, I bring you two awesome scans from the upcoming ep. Not very spoilery IMO, but your mileage may vary (from a magazine).

Go for Hanadan cuteness behind cut )

In other gorgeous Asian people being gorgeous news (that really should be a tag in my LJ lately), I bring you some totally awesome pictures from the launch for Salaam-e-Ishq. There are some gorgeous stars, some gorgeous clothes (and some horrible clothes) and a lot of eye candy. What's not to like. It's like a Hollywood launch only with hot people.

John Abraham (Ashu in SeI). I love the outfit, but he clearly was in such a hurry he forgot to put on a shirt:



A lot of pictures of hotness and oddness )
dangermousie: (Default)
My map is making me feel all cosmopolitan. I've apparently had visitors not just from US, Canada and the UK, but also Australia, New Zealand, Brasil, Poland, Singapore, Japan, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Phillipines, Germany, Spain, Sweden, India, Finland, Denmark, France and etc. Yay. Am impressive world-renown author of popular lj. Or not and am delusional geek. You pick :D

In other news, it's almost Friday which means it's almost Hana Yori Dango 2 time, which means I have an almost Pavlovian reaction. Sad but true. And on that note, full of adorableness, I bring you two awesome scans from the upcoming ep. Not very spoilery IMO, but your mileage may vary (from a magazine).

Go for Hanadan cuteness behind cut )

In other gorgeous Asian people being gorgeous news (that really should be a tag in my LJ lately), I bring you some totally awesome pictures from the launch for Salaam-e-Ishq. There are some gorgeous stars, some gorgeous clothes (and some horrible clothes) and a lot of eye candy. What's not to like. It's like a Hollywood launch only with hot people.

John Abraham (Ashu in SeI). I love the outfit, but he clearly was in such a hurry he forgot to put on a shirt:



A lot of pictures of hotness and oddness )
dangermousie: (Default)
My map is making me feel all cosmopolitan. I've apparently had visitors not just from US, Canada and the UK, but also Australia, New Zealand, Brasil, Poland, Singapore, Japan, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Phillipines, Germany, Spain, Sweden, India, Finland, Denmark, France and etc. Yay. Am impressive world-renown author of popular lj. Or not and am delusional geek. You pick :D

In other news, it's almost Friday which means it's almost Hana Yori Dango 2 time, which means I have an almost Pavlovian reaction. Sad but true. And on that note, full of adorableness, I bring you two awesome scans from the upcoming ep. Not very spoilery IMO, but your mileage may vary (from a magazine).

Go for Hanadan cuteness behind cut )

In other gorgeous Asian people being gorgeous news (that really should be a tag in my LJ lately), I bring you some totally awesome pictures from the launch for Salaam-e-Ishq. There are some gorgeous stars, some gorgeous clothes (and some horrible clothes) and a lot of eye candy. What's not to like. It's like a Hollywood launch only with hot people.

John Abraham (Ashu in SeI). I love the outfit, but he clearly was in such a hurry he forgot to put on a shirt:



A lot of pictures of hotness and oddness )
dangermousie: (SEI: Priyanka)
In order to lure [livejournal.com profile] meganbmoore into Booooooolllllllywood. (Or anyone else who is interested).

I bring you a pusher post for Karam. Because hey, I know you like Asian movies, and this is the closest I've seen Bollywood come to an East Asian film. Plus, no people dancing in Switzerland but rain, doomed love, dark characters, and a lot of gun violence. So yeah. It’s violent, it’s angsty as hell, it has striking visuals, the music is great, and I think this is some of the leads' best acting to date.



Plot: John (John Abraham) is a highly competent contract killer for the mob boss, Captain. He is OK with his job and is also madly in love with his wife Shalini (Priyanka Chopra) who loves him despite knowing of his occupation. However, during a routine hit (he is supposed to eliminate some mob rival or a politician or God knows who), the contract goes dreadfully wrong and a family (a father, mother and a little girl) end up murdered. After accidentally killing a child, John hands in his resignation, as an assassin with PTSD has a very short life expectancy, but his timing couldn’t be worse as Captain just started a new mob war. He wants 5 targets “taken care of” in the next 36 hours and he holds Shalini hostage to ensure John’s compliance. And this is where the fun (or angst) starts.

First, a word of warning: this is a very violent movie. Have a dog bite off bits of a person violent. Your level of squeamishness may vary. Now, on to the good stuff:

I love the visual look of this movie: the drawings, the selective use of black and white (my favorite example is John’s nightmare when he sees Shalini shot in front of his eyes. Everything is in black and white except for two goldfish in their tank). It doesn’t look like anything else I’ve seen. The whole movie actually doesn’t feel Bollywood. It is something I imagine coming out of Hong Kong or Japanese movie industry, not India. The pace actually is very good, a rarity for a Bollywood thriller. I think part of the reason this movie flopped was the darkness (it is a very bleak film, even if a tremendously romantic one at the same time) but part was the fact that it really doesn’t feel Bollywood in the least.

Spoilery Karam write-up I did a couple of years back )


Karam posters )

Here are the picturizations from Karam. Ahhh, I love you youtube )
dangermousie: (SEI: Priyanka)
In order to lure [livejournal.com profile] meganbmoore into Booooooolllllllywood. (Or anyone else who is interested).

I bring you a pusher post for Karam. Because hey, I know you like Asian movies, and this is the closest I've seen Bollywood come to an East Asian film. Plus, no people dancing in Switzerland but rain, doomed love, dark characters, and a lot of gun violence. So yeah. It’s violent, it’s angsty as hell, it has striking visuals, the music is great, and I think this is some of the leads' best acting to date.



Plot: John (John Abraham) is a highly competent contract killer for the mob boss, Captain. He is OK with his job and is also madly in love with his wife Shalini (Priyanka Chopra) who loves him despite knowing of his occupation. However, during a routine hit (he is supposed to eliminate some mob rival or a politician or God knows who), the contract goes dreadfully wrong and a family (a father, mother and a little girl) end up murdered. After accidentally killing a child, John hands in his resignation, as an assassin with PTSD has a very short life expectancy, but his timing couldn’t be worse as Captain just started a new mob war. He wants 5 targets “taken care of” in the next 36 hours and he holds Shalini hostage to ensure John’s compliance. And this is where the fun (or angst) starts.

First, a word of warning: this is a very violent movie. Have a dog bite off bits of a person violent. Your level of squeamishness may vary. Now, on to the good stuff:

I love the visual look of this movie: the drawings, the selective use of black and white (my favorite example is John’s nightmare when he sees Shalini shot in front of his eyes. Everything is in black and white except for two goldfish in their tank). It doesn’t look like anything else I’ve seen. The whole movie actually doesn’t feel Bollywood. It is something I imagine coming out of Hong Kong or Japanese movie industry, not India. The pace actually is very good, a rarity for a Bollywood thriller. I think part of the reason this movie flopped was the darkness (it is a very bleak film, even if a tremendously romantic one at the same time) but part was the fact that it really doesn’t feel Bollywood in the least.

Spoilery Karam write-up I did a couple of years back )


Karam posters )

Here are the picturizations from Karam. Ahhh, I love you youtube )
dangermousie: (SEI: Priyanka)
In order to lure [livejournal.com profile] meganbmoore into Booooooolllllllywood. (Or anyone else who is interested).

I bring you a pusher post for Karam. Because hey, I know you like Asian movies, and this is the closest I've seen Bollywood come to an East Asian film. Plus, no people dancing in Switzerland but rain, doomed love, dark characters, and a lot of gun violence. So yeah. It’s violent, it’s angsty as hell, it has striking visuals, the music is great, and I think this is some of the leads' best acting to date.



Plot: John (John Abraham) is a highly competent contract killer for the mob boss, Captain. He is OK with his job and is also madly in love with his wife Shalini (Priyanka Chopra) who loves him despite knowing of his occupation. However, during a routine hit (he is supposed to eliminate some mob rival or a politician or God knows who), the contract goes dreadfully wrong and a family (a father, mother and a little girl) end up murdered. After accidentally killing a child, John hands in his resignation, as an assassin with PTSD has a very short life expectancy, but his timing couldn’t be worse as Captain just started a new mob war. He wants 5 targets “taken care of” in the next 36 hours and he holds Shalini hostage to ensure John’s compliance. And this is where the fun (or angst) starts.

First, a word of warning: this is a very violent movie. Have a dog bite off bits of a person violent. Your level of squeamishness may vary. Now, on to the good stuff:

I love the visual look of this movie: the drawings, the selective use of black and white (my favorite example is John’s nightmare when he sees Shalini shot in front of his eyes. Everything is in black and white except for two goldfish in their tank). It doesn’t look like anything else I’ve seen. The whole movie actually doesn’t feel Bollywood. It is something I imagine coming out of Hong Kong or Japanese movie industry, not India. The pace actually is very good, a rarity for a Bollywood thriller. I think part of the reason this movie flopped was the darkness (it is a very bleak film, even if a tremendously romantic one at the same time) but part was the fact that it really doesn’t feel Bollywood in the least.

Spoilery Karam write-up I did a couple of years back )


Karam posters )

Here are the picturizations from Karam. Ahhh, I love you youtube )
dangermousie: (Default)
I am in love. The kind of love where you want to grab your friends (and sometimes even unlucky acquaintances) and tell them about how great this movie you just saw was, and try to talk them into seeing it with you, and sort of make little collages in your head and hunt youtube for music clips.

Total, giddy, ‘this is why I love Bollywood’ love.

I don't remember the last time that time flew by so fast at the movies (even some movies which are better than SeI). Me and [livejournal.com profile] smartylibrarian looked at each other during intermission and went 'already?' and the same feeling was there at the end of the movie. This movie had crazy pace by Bollywood standards because even though it was so long, it had all those stories. I actually loved the switches between the stories as not only did it keep each story from being too drawn out (I don't think any of them could have sustained a three hour movie) but it kept one from being bogged down in one emotion. 'Had a bit of the angst with John and Vidya? Well, don't get antsy, here is some cross-cultural comedy and sweetness with Govinda and Shannon or madcap swoony screwball with Salman and Priyanka.'

This movie didn't have to work hard to be better than Love Actually for me (I am one of ten people on the world who doesn't care for LA) but this actually was about 17 times better. I loved it and plan to see it again.

Lengthy, gushy, and spoilery )
dangermousie: (Default)
I am in love. The kind of love where you want to grab your friends (and sometimes even unlucky acquaintances) and tell them about how great this movie you just saw was, and try to talk them into seeing it with you, and sort of make little collages in your head and hunt youtube for music clips.

Total, giddy, ‘this is why I love Bollywood’ love.

I don't remember the last time that time flew by so fast at the movies (even some movies which are better than SeI). Me and [livejournal.com profile] smartylibrarian looked at each other during intermission and went 'already?' and the same feeling was there at the end of the movie. This movie had crazy pace by Bollywood standards because even though it was so long, it had all those stories. I actually loved the switches between the stories as not only did it keep each story from being too drawn out (I don't think any of them could have sustained a three hour movie) but it kept one from being bogged down in one emotion. 'Had a bit of the angst with John and Vidya? Well, don't get antsy, here is some cross-cultural comedy and sweetness with Govinda and Shannon or madcap swoony screwball with Salman and Priyanka.'

This movie didn't have to work hard to be better than Love Actually for me (I am one of ten people on the world who doesn't care for LA) but this actually was about 17 times better. I loved it and plan to see it again.

Lengthy, gushy, and spoilery )
dangermousie: (Default)
I am in love. The kind of love where you want to grab your friends (and sometimes even unlucky acquaintances) and tell them about how great this movie you just saw was, and try to talk them into seeing it with you, and sort of make little collages in your head and hunt youtube for music clips.

Total, giddy, ‘this is why I love Bollywood’ love.

I don't remember the last time that time flew by so fast at the movies (even some movies which are better than SeI). Me and [livejournal.com profile] smartylibrarian looked at each other during intermission and went 'already?' and the same feeling was there at the end of the movie. This movie had crazy pace by Bollywood standards because even though it was so long, it had all those stories. I actually loved the switches between the stories as not only did it keep each story from being too drawn out (I don't think any of them could have sustained a three hour movie) but it kept one from being bogged down in one emotion. 'Had a bit of the angst with John and Vidya? Well, don't get antsy, here is some cross-cultural comedy and sweetness with Govinda and Shannon or madcap swoony screwball with Salman and Priyanka.'

This movie didn't have to work hard to be better than Love Actually for me (I am one of ten people on the world who doesn't care for LA) but this actually was about 17 times better. I loved it and plan to see it again.

Lengthy, gushy, and spoilery )
dangermousie: (BW: VZ 2 by chalkare)
This post is a collection of some amazingly gorgeous still from two Bollywood movies I am really looking forward to: Dhoom 2 and Don.

'But why would I look at them?' ask you. 'I don't have much interest in Bollywood.' That might be true. But you should still check them out because it's a collection of handsome men and gorgeous women who have rarely looked better.

Dhoom 2 is an upcoming cops-and-robbers flick which is incredibly star-studded and blessed with so much hotness I wonder the cans of film don't explode like supernovas. Yes, it is a sequel, but no, watching Dhoom is not necessary. 2 stands alone. This time, Abhishek Bachchan's tough cop (together with his annoying sidekick played by Uday Chopra) pits his wits, his fists, and his awesome leather-wearing powers against a mysterious master thief, played by Hrithik Roshan. Actually, since Hrithik is by far the biggest star in the movie, from the previews and still and the plot line, the movie appears to be more about the robbers than the cops, but that is OK with me.

[livejournal.com profile] aliterati and I have been simply dying for this movie. Mainly because we are both sad Hrithik fangirls and the guy has never looked better and we want to see him in a non-dreadful movie (Hrithik's early choices are enough to make the staunchest shudder). But also because this is the movie that finally, finally pairs him with Aishwarya Rai, who is not only as gorgeous as he is handsome, but is probably the only Bolly female dancer who can keep up with him. There is also gorgeous Bipasha Basu who seems to have inexplicably fallen for Uday's character (who seems to be there solely to remind us not all men look like demigods), and who is, amusingly, the RL fiancee of John Abraham, the actor who played the villain in the first movie.

But anyway, without much more ado. Hrithik and Aishwarya, burning up the screen:



More hotness behind the cut )Now just tell me this wasn't the hottest thing ever?

The other picture choice of the day is Don the cooler than cool masala thriller with Shahrukh Khan (my favorite actor ever, bar none), Priyanka Chopra, Arjun Rampal and Kareena Kapoor. Don is a convoluted, delicious story of mobs and doppelgangers, revenge and falling in love with who you shouldn't, and stolen identities, and daring plots. YUM.

Don hotness behind the cut )
dangermousie: (BW: VZ 2 by chalkare)
This post is a collection of some amazingly gorgeous still from two Bollywood movies I am really looking forward to: Dhoom 2 and Don.

'But why would I look at them?' ask you. 'I don't have much interest in Bollywood.' That might be true. But you should still check them out because it's a collection of handsome men and gorgeous women who have rarely looked better.

Dhoom 2 is an upcoming cops-and-robbers flick which is incredibly star-studded and blessed with so much hotness I wonder the cans of film don't explode like supernovas. Yes, it is a sequel, but no, watching Dhoom is not necessary. 2 stands alone. This time, Abhishek Bachchan's tough cop (together with his annoying sidekick played by Uday Chopra) pits his wits, his fists, and his awesome leather-wearing powers against a mysterious master thief, played by Hrithik Roshan. Actually, since Hrithik is by far the biggest star in the movie, from the previews and still and the plot line, the movie appears to be more about the robbers than the cops, but that is OK with me.

[livejournal.com profile] aliterati and I have been simply dying for this movie. Mainly because we are both sad Hrithik fangirls and the guy has never looked better and we want to see him in a non-dreadful movie (Hrithik's early choices are enough to make the staunchest shudder). But also because this is the movie that finally, finally pairs him with Aishwarya Rai, who is not only as gorgeous as he is handsome, but is probably the only Bolly female dancer who can keep up with him. There is also gorgeous Bipasha Basu who seems to have inexplicably fallen for Uday's character (who seems to be there solely to remind us not all men look like demigods), and who is, amusingly, the RL fiancee of John Abraham, the actor who played the villain in the first movie.

But anyway, without much more ado. Hrithik and Aishwarya, burning up the screen:



More hotness behind the cut )Now just tell me this wasn't the hottest thing ever?

The other picture choice of the day is Don the cooler than cool masala thriller with Shahrukh Khan (my favorite actor ever, bar none), Priyanka Chopra, Arjun Rampal and Kareena Kapoor. Don is a convoluted, delicious story of mobs and doppelgangers, revenge and falling in love with who you shouldn't, and stolen identities, and daring plots. YUM.

Don hotness behind the cut )
dangermousie: (BW: VZ 2 by chalkare)
This post is a collection of some amazingly gorgeous still from two Bollywood movies I am really looking forward to: Dhoom 2 and Don.

'But why would I look at them?' ask you. 'I don't have much interest in Bollywood.' That might be true. But you should still check them out because it's a collection of handsome men and gorgeous women who have rarely looked better.

Dhoom 2 is an upcoming cops-and-robbers flick which is incredibly star-studded and blessed with so much hotness I wonder the cans of film don't explode like supernovas. Yes, it is a sequel, but no, watching Dhoom is not necessary. 2 stands alone. This time, Abhishek Bachchan's tough cop (together with his annoying sidekick played by Uday Chopra) pits his wits, his fists, and his awesome leather-wearing powers against a mysterious master thief, played by Hrithik Roshan. Actually, since Hrithik is by far the biggest star in the movie, from the previews and still and the plot line, the movie appears to be more about the robbers than the cops, but that is OK with me.

[livejournal.com profile] aliterati and I have been simply dying for this movie. Mainly because we are both sad Hrithik fangirls and the guy has never looked better and we want to see him in a non-dreadful movie (Hrithik's early choices are enough to make the staunchest shudder). But also because this is the movie that finally, finally pairs him with Aishwarya Rai, who is not only as gorgeous as he is handsome, but is probably the only Bolly female dancer who can keep up with him. There is also gorgeous Bipasha Basu who seems to have inexplicably fallen for Uday's character (who seems to be there solely to remind us not all men look like demigods), and who is, amusingly, the RL fiancee of John Abraham, the actor who played the villain in the first movie.

But anyway, without much more ado. Hrithik and Aishwarya, burning up the screen:



More hotness behind the cut )Now just tell me this wasn't the hottest thing ever?

The other picture choice of the day is Don the cooler than cool masala thriller with Shahrukh Khan (my favorite actor ever, bar none), Priyanka Chopra, Arjun Rampal and Kareena Kapoor. Don is a convoluted, delicious story of mobs and doppelgangers, revenge and falling in love with who you shouldn't, and stolen identities, and daring plots. YUM.

Don hotness behind the cut )
dangermousie: (Default)
Sign of Veronica Mars-induced insanity. While walking back from lunch, I saw a yellow xTerra and tried to crane my neck who was in it (two 20-something girls, no Logan, alas).

And as living proof that I can multi-obsess with the best of them, this post has nothing to do with Veronica Mars or Dark Angel, or the hideous pain that is One Tree Hill.

Instead, this post is all Bollywood, baby!

More specifically, this is a post dedicated to gorgeous yummy picspam on two unrelated topics. First off, continuing my "beautiful women of Bollywood" posts, I bring you picspam of Lara Dutta, a Bolly actress (star of Barsaat, Elaan, Mumbai Se Aya Mera Dost etc who I think is gorgeous.

Sample (Being sexy in Elaan):


The rest of pics of Lara Dutta are here, behind the cut )

And secondly, I bring you even prettier picspam in the shape of pictures of one of my favorite Bolly jodis (for non-Bolly friends, "jodi" is a word to describe a movie pairing, chemistry, whatnot between a movie couple, e.g. in discussing Star Wars I might discuss Natalie Portman/Hayden Christensen jodi). Bollywood seems to like having actor "teams" and likes to repeat successful combos often. The movie couple in question? Akshay Kumar and Priyanka Chopra. They have been in 4 movies together. I've seen all four and they sizzed in all of them (perhaps too much. Mrs. Kumar apparently put a kibosh on further movies between the two).

Sample:
Enjoy yourself, people. Melodrama is about to hit (Waqt)


The rest are behind the cut.

Akshay Kumar and Priyanka Chopra do that sizzle thing )
dangermousie: (Default)
Sign of Veronica Mars-induced insanity. While walking back from lunch, I saw a yellow xTerra and tried to crane my neck who was in it (two 20-something girls, no Logan, alas).

And as living proof that I can multi-obsess with the best of them, this post has nothing to do with Veronica Mars or Dark Angel, or the hideous pain that is One Tree Hill.

Instead, this post is all Bollywood, baby!

More specifically, this is a post dedicated to gorgeous yummy picspam on two unrelated topics. First off, continuing my "beautiful women of Bollywood" posts, I bring you picspam of Lara Dutta, a Bolly actress (star of Barsaat, Elaan, Mumbai Se Aya Mera Dost etc who I think is gorgeous.

Sample (Being sexy in Elaan):


The rest of pics of Lara Dutta are here, behind the cut )

And secondly, I bring you even prettier picspam in the shape of pictures of one of my favorite Bolly jodis (for non-Bolly friends, "jodi" is a word to describe a movie pairing, chemistry, whatnot between a movie couple, e.g. in discussing Star Wars I might discuss Natalie Portman/Hayden Christensen jodi). Bollywood seems to like having actor "teams" and likes to repeat successful combos often. The movie couple in question? Akshay Kumar and Priyanka Chopra. They have been in 4 movies together. I've seen all four and they sizzed in all of them (perhaps too much. Mrs. Kumar apparently put a kibosh on further movies between the two).

Sample:
Enjoy yourself, people. Melodrama is about to hit (Waqt)


The rest are behind the cut.

Akshay Kumar and Priyanka Chopra do that sizzle thing )

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