First Look: Sexy Katrina in 'Sheela Ki Jawani'

First Look: Sexy Katrina in `Sheela Ki Jawani`Katrina Kaif to BellyDance in Farah Khan’s Tees Maar Khan / From Dard-E-Disco to Sheela Ki Jawani

Farah Khan brings sexy back this time round with Katrina Kaif in her forthcoming Tees Maar Khan.

Director/Choreographer Farah Khan renowned for capturing actors at their glamorous best is all set to make Katrina Kaif give Shakira a run for her money.

The song titled “Sheela Ki Jawani” will see Katrina Kaif belly dancing much on the lines of Shakira videos for which Farah Khan has flown down one of the world’s most renowned trainers from Brazil.

Talking about Katrina’s hottest song yet says Farah “You will see Katrina in an all new avatar. She has never looked this hot. Audiences are in for a treat”

Sources also reveal that Katrina Kaif who is currently shooting in Spain is working hard on her physique and adhering to a special diet for the song.

Reveals a production source “Farah is known for creating iconic film songs. She revealed Shah Rukh Khan’s six packs in Dard-E-Disco and this time round she is going to exhibit to audiences Katrina Kaif’s hottest side yet as she gyrates to the song Sheela Ki Jawani”

Voted the “Sexiest Actress “ by London Eastern Eye and featured second on the “Top Online Newsmaker of 2009” list by Yahoo ! Katrina Kaif is soon to scorch screens this December in Farah Khan’s Tees Maar Khan also starring Akshay Kumar.


Katrina should marry a guy with stable background: Sonam Kapoor

Katrina should marry a guy with stable background: Sonam Kapoor...Sonam Kapoor is playing matchmaker; and she has found the perfect guy for some actresses of B- Town

Sonam Kapoor's Aisha releases today. The film is a coming of age story of a girl (Aisha) who has a keen interest in matchmaking and tries to fix up everyone around her. We thought it would be a good idea to ask her to find mates for some single actresses. Read on for Sonam's take on Mr Right for B-Town's single girls...

Katrina Kaif: A guy from a business family and has a stable background. She has worked hard since a very young age and deserves to be nurtured and pampered.

Priyanka Chopra: A successful doctor (like her parents). Someone as intelligent and as spunky as her. He should be able to match her energy and wits. And should understand her love for her work and get along with her family.

Kangna Ranaut: A sensitive artiste would be perfect for her. She needs someone strong and talented who she can relate to. And someone who respects the artiste in her.

Asin: She is a huge star, so she needs someone normal in her life to balance it out. And any normal businessman would be great.

Genelia D' Souza: A cricketer. She has a childlike enthusiasm and energy that most girls lose very early and sportsmen tend to be born with. She needs someone to match her vivacity with his boundless stamina

Vidya Balan: A director. She is an actor who can become a muse to any artist and her gentle and nurturing nature can make any artist grow and become better at what they do.

Deepika Padukone: An actor. He should be outgoing and love food. She loves the outdoors and sports, so he has to have the same interests.

Sonakshi Sinha: A politician!! Her father is a dominating influence in her life and if she found a guy who has something in common with her dad, it will be perfect.

Celina Jaitly: A UN ambassador. Celina has a social conscience plus a lust for life. Some one who travels and has a strong sense of right and wrong will be perfect for her.

Ameesha Patel: An industrialist who is extremely well educated and has a love for Hindi movies. She was on the Dean's list in college and few people can match her intelligence. She loves the movies and needs someone who shares her enthusiasm.

Rani Mukerji: She is too successful and too talented a human being to be with anyone mediocre or normal. Her guy needs to be extremely successful, intelligent and a talented self-made man, who loves her and her family as much as she does.



Aisha - Movie Review

AishaStarring Sonam Kapoor, Abhay Deol, Amrita Puri, Ira Dubey, Cyrus Shahukar, Arunoday Singh

Directed by Rajshree Ojha

Rating: ***

The thing about shallow people from the beau monde is that they shouldn’t be played shallowly when brought to the screen.

Sonam Kapoor in a ‘tailor’- made role (where more moolah seems to have been spent on tailoring her chic outfits than on exploring the locations , sound sights scents and , yes, sense of this embarrassing world of excessive self-preening) gets the Jane Austen character right. Quite a leap for the actress.

When she had played the confused lover-girl in Saawariya Sonam had imposed her own natural-born confusions on the character rendering it shaky and disembodied.

In Aisha Sonam is far more in control of her character’s misguided emotional compulsions. The fact that the young actress knows this label-centric designer world of chic shenanigans so well helps Sonam master and contour her character’s art of self-deception in a way the original author of the character would have approved.

Sonam’s world harks back to Jane Austen’s giddy-headed British gentry class where match-making was not idle chatter. It was religion.

When placed in the neo-rich spiced-up politically-charged atmosphere of Delhi Jane Austen’s characters seem to come alive in unexpected spurts of sassy splendour and unbridled joie de vivre. You can’t help laugh at these young often-aimless people’s selfimportance.

Aisha is a 2-hour celebration of pre-nuptial rituals. Though no one says it, every girl in the picture wants only one thing. And it isn’t necessarily love, but somewhere close. The bristle and bustle of Delhi come alive through the slender intellectual faculties of the protagonists.

Let’s not forget Jane Austen had applied great intellectual strength to her frail and shallow people.

Aisha converts Austen’s world into a frail feisty frolicsome fashion fiesta shot with an empowering affection for the natural light that bathes these somewhat affected people.

The cinematography by Diego Rodriguez and specially the songs and background music by Amit Trivedi create a multi-hued skyline in this saga of sophomore socialites, their loves, lovers and love tattle.

Debutant director Rajshree Ojha gets into this world of titillating trivia and designer dreams with a wink and smile that go a long way in building a showcase around these metropolitan mannequins on a singleminded match-making prowl.

The casting is as dead-on as it can get. While the guys Abhay Deol, Cyrus Sahukar and Arunoday Singh play the Brain, Nerd and Hunk with absolute relish it’s the girls who keep you chuckling and tch-tch-ing.

Neha Dubey and debutant Amrita Puri put in pitch-perfect performances as sahelis bullied into alliances that seem manipulated on earth rather than arranged in heaven. They have a bright future ahead, single or not.

But the film belongs to Sonam Kapoor, make no mistake of that. She makes the best of a rather rare opportunity for an Indian leading lady to be a part of Bollywood film that salutes Victorian mores and Delhi’s elitist affectations in one clean cool sweep.

Engaging and endearing Aisha makes you wonder if there’s anything more important in the world than finding the right match.

Maybe finding the right movie about finding the right match?

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