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Celebrating Bollywood Actresses And Their Iconic Looks



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While there are some movies we see and forget the next day, there are some that just stick with us for the long run. As we celebrate women today on Women’s Day, here are some styles set by women which have become iconic trends in the world of fashion.

1. Madhubala 

Madhubala’s red and blue sarree in Mughal E Azam became a trend so famous, women wear it with pride even now. Known as the Anarkali Style, this look became widely popular after the song Jab Pyaar Kiya Toh Darna Kya.

2. Kajol 

Kajol has always been quite the free spirit. Be it her unibrow or the suspenders she sported in Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, everything she does or wears has become an automatic style statement.

3. Kareena Kapoor Khan 

Kareena Kapoor Khan proved us just how versatile she is an actress. Most notably, by her outfits. In fact, her character Geet was so famous, her patiala and kurti look was used in several movies after.

4. Dimple Kapadia

Dimple Kapadia brought back the tied crop top look with such swag that women even now sport the dress in earnest. In fact, this look inspired Prachi Desai’s outfit in Rock On!

5. Shabana Azmi 

Shabana Azmi was the most iconic women of Bollywood. She broke all stereotypes by wearing out of the box clothes and dressing like no one dared at her time.

As we celebrate women and everything they have achieved over the years, it was pertinent to take a look at the trends set by these women. Happy Women’s Day from us to you. Here is celebrating equality and more power to women through the years.



Kangana Ranaut: Happy Birthday Through Five Iconic Roles



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Kangana Ranaut’s movies are always the right blend of strength, emotion and Bollywood drama. We love her no matter what role she plays. On her birthday, however, as she turns a year older and wiser, we take a look at five of her best movies which make her the undisputed Queen of Bollywood Today.

1. Fashion 

Known for breaking stereotypes, this Madhur Bhandarkar movie proved beyond doubt that Kangana can play any role she wants. With extreme ease, I might add. Addled with drugs, alcohol and all forms of substance abuse, Kangana won the National Film Award for Best Supporting Actress when she portrayed the role of a troubled supermodel in this movie.

2. Tanu Weds Manu 2 

The role of the brash, loud mouthed Tanu in this movie seemed to be written to describe Kangana’s character. Even though she messed up quite a lot throughout the movie, she won everyone over with her endearing nature and affectionate behaviour.

3. Once Upon A Time Mumbaii

Although her role in this movie was not a big one, Kangana impressed us all by playing the stunning Bollywood actress Rehana who was also the love interest of one of Mumbai’s most powerful and respected underworld criminal, Sultan Mirza.

4. Queen

Queen is perhaps Kangana’s most critically acclaimed movie to date. Playing the role of a small time girl, Rani, Kangana shows us love is not the end of everything nor is it the beginning of a happily ever after. A coming of age movie, Queen proves to us that life is about learning to be alone and then learning to be with another.

5. Life In A Metro 

Although this movie consisted of an ensemble cast, Kangana’s roles stood out the most. She plays the role of a secretary who is wronged by her married boss and the way she pulls of her role, one could only watch her performance in silent awe.

Kangana Ranaut has proved to us time and again that just because our life is riddled with controversies, performance needs to take a back seat. We, at mango Bollywood, like to wish her a very Happy Birthday and hope she has all she wants from life!


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Rani Mukerji Rare And Unseen Pictures



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Knwon for doing out of the box roles and dressing like she owns the world, Rani Mukerji has definitely carved a place for herself in the Bollywood industry. While a lot is known about this beautiful lady, here are a few pictures you probably have not seen of Rani’s yet!

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Aiyaary Movie Review, Rating And Aiyaary Box Office Collections



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Cast: Sidharth Malhotra, Manoj Bajpayee, Rakul Preet, Anupam Kher, Naseeruddin Shah
Director: Neeraj Pandey
mango Bollywood Rating: 2.5/5

The Story 

In theory, director Neeraj Pandey’s Aiyaary tells us a compelling story. Manoj Bajpayee and Sidharth Malhotra share the perfect mentor and protege relationship. At least for the first half of the movie. The delicate relationship turns sour when the latter goes rogue, creating a furor in the entire system.

The two know each other’s behaviours, mannerisms and characters to a tee. Major Jai Bakshi (Sidharth Malhotra) looks up to Colonel Abhay (Manoj Bajpayee) and has learned the tricks of the trade from him. The young major gets disillusioned after realising the extent of corruption in the country’s defense deals and the involvement of highly placed officials.

Aiyaary, which means the act of espionage, is designed to show a race to the finish between two like minded people. Pandey tries to weave a modern story but fails to make a strong impact. There are strong influences seen in Aiyaary from his past movies, especially Wednesday.

The Positives of Aiyaary 

There are quite a few positives to Aiyaary as a story. Pandey has given a compelling character growth to Manoj Bajpayee’s and Sidharth Malhotra’s characters. The music has been created with care and compassion, taking us through the entire story with the rhythm and the lyrics. As a strong mentor, Colonel Abhay plays his role with just the right kind of strength and vigour.

Malhotra also plays the role of a mentee with seasoned ease. No role is too over the top for this particular actor and all he needs is a director to bring out the best in him. Bajpayee, Naseeruddin Shah and Anupam Kher bring their best game to the table, making the movie even more special.

The Negatives of Aiyaary 

While the strengths are quite strong for this Neeraj Pandey film, the negatives seem to stand out more. As a movie, Aiyaary is sketchily written and not compelling. It tests patience even if you are a fan of the genre. It demands way too much endurance than what is left in you after watching Naseeruddin Shah’s bizarre monologue during the movie.

Malhotra’s character starts off really well but half way through, it looks like he got tired of his role. Like most of the actors in the movie, he too seems to have gotten confused with the script. The characters of Rakul Preet and Pooja Chopra too have been written without much empathy. In fact, at one point, one gets the distinct feeling this is all an elaborate version of CID.

The Overall Performance

All in all, despite not having a strong script, the overall performance of all the individual characters is quite compelling. What could have made the movie stick is a script that hits the mark. Individually though, the actors have delivered their best with what they had.

mango Bollywood Review

At the end of the day, mango Bollywood gives Neeraj Pandey’s Aiyaary movie a 2.5 on 5 rating. Ideally, there should have been stronger characters and detailed descriptions. However, for Pandey’s worth, this movie seems to have hit just the adequate chords.


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