We join fan clubs, start online communities
and fight Twitter wars all for the sake of a complete stranger whose
only connect with our lives is through films! It’s hard to pinpoint
just what makes us love them . Maybe it’s the X factor they possess...
Maybe, we love them because they make us cry, laugh and allow us to
step away from our mundane existence. The fact remains that we need
heroes... and in a world bereft of real heroes, we turn to reel ones.
Presenting a league of gentlemen extraordinaire.
Amitabh Bachchan: Despite not having
conventional good looks, his smouldering intensity made women drool
over him like crazy. They say sex is in the eyes and it’s perfectly
true in Amitabh’s case. His emotive eyes and baritone voice make him
unique. There wasn’t a lover like him on screen. Caring, sensitive to
the hilt, with an assured air about him, which has never been captured
since. Listen to him recite poetry in Kabhi Kabhie (1976) and
you can understand why women went mad over him and why men memorised
poetry and took diction lessons. We love him also for the effortless
way he enacted each of his roles, for his sheer screen presence that
even today makes him the baap of the box office!
Hrithik Roshan: World class abs,
Stallone-like biceps, a brooding persona, remarkable talent for dance
and uber cool acting skills; Hrthik is a combination of all this and so
much more. He is a complete package, a complete entertainer. He is a
perfectionist, who doesn’t leave anything to chance. We love him for
the fact that despite having it all, success hasn’t gone to his head.
He still yearns for perfection and is forever on an internal quest.
Lately, he has discovered his vocal muscles as well and has sung quite
well. Aisa Hrithik na milega dobara.
Shah Rukh Khan: Like Julius
Caesar, he came, he saw, he conquered. SRK is a combination of passion,
guts, charisma and talent. We love the fact that he douses you with
goodwill every time you see him on screen. It’s this quality that has
made him the king of all he surveys. We also love the fact that King
Khan hasn’t been shy to try out different roles. He made the anti-hero
genre come alive with back-to-back hits like Darr (1993) and Baazigar (1993). He looked the part of a disgraced hockey player turned coach in Chak De! India (2007) and then tried his hand at playing a man suffering from Asperger’s Syndrome in My Name Is Khan (2010).
And yes, we love him for the fact that he’s avoided controversy and
has remained loyally married to his college sweetheart Gauri all these
Salman Khan: He takes off his
shirt and the whole nation has an orgasm. Salman Khan is charisma
personified. He elevates any film just by being in the frame. We love
him because he hasn’t changed over the years. Like sunshine, like rain,
there’s this air of permanency about him. Others have to act for
their Swiss holidays. Not him. He is Salman Khan in every frame. He
remains the industry’s most eligible bachelor, despite his bad boy
image. He has led a chequered life but such is his magnetism that you
tend to forget his faults. You just shrug and say, he is just a being
Ranbir Kapoor: He is currently
the superstar next- door. He has got world class confidence and his
carefree acting takes your breath away. As in the case of any other
superstar, we love reading about his off-screen exploits too and he
hasn’t disappointed us. Despite belonging to the current generation,
Ranbir exudes an old world charm. Maybe its part of belonging to the
Kapoor clan but he does have an instant connect with the audience. This
is one quality that helps you sustain your star power through a length
of time and Ranbir’s aura is increasing by the day
Aamir Khan: He isn’t just a
superstar. He is a super actor. Or, to be more precise, he’s a
combination of both. He can change from being a militant to a college
student to a student counsellor and yet make each role his own. You
zoom out Aamir the star and zoom in on the character he portrays. Aamir
is perhaps the only actor from the Hindi film industry who has a 100
per cent track record at the box office this last decade or so. You may
call him a maverick; you may call him a marketing genius, the fact
remains that brand Aamir Khan spells success. He is an astute director
and producer as well. Like Sun Tzu, Aamir is a master of the Art of War
and knows how to wait and watch before pouncing on the opportunity and
annihilating all opposition.
Saif Ali Khan: For someone born
with a silver spoon, Saif’s very self-aware. He didn’t have any qualms
about playing second fiddle to Akshay Kumar in the initial stages of
his career. After making his mark in ensemble casts, he’s carved a
niche for himself and is able to shoulder a film on his own. He’s had a
long, hard struggle despite hailing from the ‘in-crowd’ and we love
the fact that he didn’t let the setbacks bog down his inherent joie-de-vivre.
Imran Khan: Chocolatey good
looks or more precisely white chocolatey good looks coupled with enough
of talent make Imran Khan hot property indeed. We love the fact that
he has a calm head on his shoulders and instead of playing the field,
has decided to settle down with his childhood sweetheart. He isn’t wary
of making wrong choices and believes in learning from his mistakes.
He’s taking baby steps currently but if mamu Aamir Khan’s career
is any indication, he has miles to go before he sleeps. Guess what, he
has already endeared himself to the nation so the way isn’t as dark
and dangerous as it is for the others.
Akshay Kumar: A former cook and
martial arts expert lands in Mumbai and makes it big as a movie actor.
No producer will ever buy such an outrageous story but the fact remains
that it happens to be true. Like a bolt of lightening, Akshay came
out of nowhere and made his presence felt. We love him because he’s a
bundle of contradictions: for someone once described as deadwood, he’s
become a seasoned comic actor and from being a man with no connections,
he has become a power broker, who hosts lunches with heads of states.
If that isn’t the stuff dream are made of, what is?
Shahid Kapoor: His legs are made
of jelly. It’s our way of saying he is one of the best dancers in
tinsel town today. What we like about him is that despite facing
failure initially, Shahid didn’t give up on himself. Through Jab We Met (2007) and Kaminey
(2009) he has shown that given a good director, he can bedazzle you
with his acting as well. And he has enough of the X factor to make
teenage girls go tizzy with frenzy. What he needs is more mature roles
and it looks like he’s slowly achieving that.
Farhan Akhtar: He can direct,
act, sing, write and do lots more. No, we aren’t talking about Kishore
Kumar but the new Renaissance Man, Farhan Akhtar. Farhan hasn’t put a
foot wrong since his directorial debut Dil Chahta Hai (2001) and
continues to amaze us with each new avatar. Being the son of one of
our prominent writers, Javed Akhtar, he is an inherently cultured
individual and that shows in his films. He’s been looked upon as a
thinking woman’s sex symbol and that’s a great thing in our
testosterone-obsessed nation. And he also knows how to effortlessly
steal the limelight. As he did in Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara.
Ajay Devgn: Who says you need to
look like a hero to make it big in the industry? All you need is luck
and oodles of conviction in yourself and in your own destiny. Ajay had
all that and much more. He also has a knack for reading the wind and
changing course without losing any steam. He’s changed from being an
action hero to a romantic lead to a comic actor and is back again doing
action. More than anything else, he remains everyman’s superhero. The
masses look at him and upscale their aspirations. He remains the face
of hope for millions of underdogs today. Proof: Check his latest
Abhishek Bachchan: If someone was born
with the proverbial golden spoon in the mouth, it’s Abhishek. For one
born to such illustrious parents as Amitabh and Jaya Bachchan, life can
be a bed of roses in some ways, yet it can be quite a bumpy ride in
others. We love Abhishek for the fact that he hasn’t let the burden of
being the son of India’s biggest film star get to him. In his own
quiet way, he’s overcome the hardships and carved a niche for himself.
His gentlemanly ways and polished charm has gotten him quite a fan
following as well. No wonder, the world’s most beautiful woman fell for
this genteel giant. He’s going to be a proud papa soon and we wish him
all the luck in the world.
Teri Meri Kahani is an upcoming Hindi language Film. The film is a Romantic love story directed by Kunal Kohli and stars Shahid Kapoor and Priyanka Chopra who are working for the first time after the successful Kaminey.The film is set in 60s and 70s and Priyanka Chopra is playing an Actress of 60s and 70s. Both actors have four Different looks and their love story span over 100 years.
Here is the new official promo video song of "Mausam" starring "shahid kapoor", sonam kapoor in lead roles. 'Mausam' is the debut directorial of pankaj kapur. The music is given by Pritam. Watch this amazing bollywood video & share your views,comments with us. Enjoy the awsomest lyrics ' O rabba mein tu mar gaya oye' & play only on T-Series. This amazing track is sung by Shahid Malliya.
Shahid Kapoor, Sonam Kapoor on the sets of Mausam Shahid Kapoor on the sets of Mausam in edinburgh. The movie is directed by his dad Pankaj Kapoor and is being shot at the grassmarket. Shahid Kapoor is playing the lead role of an airforce pilot who falls in love with a young woman
“Badmaash Company” is an extraordinary story set in the 90’s in middle class Mumbai of four young friends (Karan, Bulbul, Zing and Chandu) who get together to start a company. Their business is an instant hit because they find a way to beat the system.
In this Film, Anushka Sharma turns chic to flaunt her hour-glass figure in the most glam glad-rags in the Yashraj Films’ Badmaash Company and the ‘not-so-secretly kept’ fact about Shahid Kapoor'’s upcoming venture titled ‘Badmaash Company’ is for the first time Shahid would be donning many makeovers and get-ups so much so that he becomes almost unrecognizable in some sequences in the film.
Of course, Shahid's make-over attempts as the con-man have been modified and ‘stylised’ to suit the Indian audience’s tastes. He gets into as many as seven different disguises: a South Indian patriarch, a Bihari babu, a baldie with a hair-loss complex, an African with an Afro-curly hairdo, a Sikh, an innocent college student with oil-sickened hair and most interestingly, a Hyderabadi mawaali inspired by Mehmood's look in several films.
In Badmaash Company however, both Shahid and Anushka would be seen in a young, fresh and altogether new look. Anushka, who in her first film, was mostly seen sporting Indian wear has gone glamorous for this role wearing cool and funky tops and hot pants.
For both Shahid and Anushka, this is the second film with the coveted Yash Raj banner. Shahid Kapoor and Anushka Sharma will be seen playing some adventurous water sports in the flick. And as a source tells a tabloid, both were given that kind of uber cool look for it. Shahid will sport chic vests, Anushka Sharma will be seen in sexy bikini tops and ultra short denims. And for the rest of the movie too, she has a very glamorous look.
The movie also has actor-comedian Vir Das, Anushka Sharma, Shahid Kapoor, and Indian Idol participant Meiyang Chang as ‘badmaash’. Making his directorial debut, Parmeet Sethi wields the megaphone for this stylish flick.
Yash Raj Films' Badmaash Company has a release date of May 7, 2010. The film’s leading stars, Shahid Kapoor, Anushka Sharma and choreographer Ahmed Khan were shooting a music video for the Yashraj film.
Artists (Cast) : Anushka Sharma, Meiyang Chang, Shahid Kapoor, Vir Das Producer : Aditya Chopra Yash Chopra Director : Parmeet Sethi Music Director : Pritam Chakraborty Story Writer : Parmeet Sethi Cinematographer : Sanjay Kapoor Executive Producer : Aashish Singh Language : Hindi Release Date: May 7, 2010
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Release Date : 9 April 2010 Director : Milind Ukey Cast : Nana Patekar, Sushant Singh, Suniel Shetty, Shraddha Arya, Shahid Kapur, Ayesha Takia, Synopsis : ‘Paathshala’ is set against the backdrop of the Indian education system and deals with contemporary and socially relevant issues regarding children. A perfect mix of emotions, comedy and drama, ‘Paathshala’ carries a heartfelt message for children, parents and teachers.