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Kartik Aaryan Sings For Kareena Kapoor Khan

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Riding high n the success of his latest movie, Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety, Kartik Aaryan is a major Bollywood role. The actor recently walked the ramp with his lifelong crush, Kareena Kapoor Khan in Singapore and we just cannot get enough!

 

Jab we met

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At an after party held in Singapore, Kartik sang a song for Kareena. Check it out here!

 

Ban jaa tu meri Rani ♥😜

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Everyone is waiting with bated breath for the two star in a movie together. One can only wait and watch!

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Bollywood Films Which Show Love Has No Gender

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India recently passed a law which said Section 377 is no longer valid and that love no longer has any gender boundaries. Simply put, people who fall in love with those belonging to the same sex are no longer liable to prosecution and can do what their heart desires. While this in itself is a commendable move, it is only fit that we take a look at Bollywood films which showcased love over boundaries long before this act was abolished. Check out these films here!

1. Margarita With A Straw 

Margarita With A Straw, directed by Shonali Bose and starring Kalki Koechlin, broke not one but two stereotypes. The film not only explored love between Kalki and her partner, it also showed how it was possible to love despite being diagnosed with cerebral palsy. Bose addressed this issue with subtlety, giving everyone goals like never before.

2. Aligarh 

Aligarh, directed by Hansal Mehta and starring Rajkummar Rao and Manoj Bajpai, addresses the story of how a professor gets suspended from college because of his gender preferences. A representation of the struggles people in the country go through for doing the unexpected, Aligarh is a film that people need to watch to understand the life of the repressed.

3. My Brother Nikhil 

My Brother Nikhil, directed by Onir, explores the sexuality of a man and about how he was affected with AIDS. This film explored both these situations at a time when both homosexuality and AIDS were a huge taboo! My Brother Nikhil brought to the fore the struggles of Nikhil and how only his sister helped him through the most difficult times of his life. A must watch for people to realise what happens when others are pushed into a corner.

4. Fire 

Deepa Mehta’s Fire addressed two serious issues at the same time: homosexuality and family discord. Both Shabhana Azmi and Nandita Das are stuck in marriages that are not working and in the middle of this imbalance, love starts blossoming. Trouble starts brewing when they want to be together and society goes against this “unholy” union. A bold take on love beyond boundaries, FIre puts forth the troubles one does not expect.

5. Bombay Talkies 

Bombay Talkies, a culmination of several stories by several directors, stands out primarily because of one particular story from the film: Ajeeb Dastaan Hai Yeh by Karan Johar. Showing the story of a married couple (Vidya Balan and Randeep Hooda,) this particular story talks about how despite being a part of the media world, people are still averse to the idea of homosexuality. Some even say this is a take on Karan Johar’s personal life and when you watch it, you realise this could actually be the story of an everyday family man!

With India embracing the issue of homosexuality, it is now time for our directors to tell these stories! If you think we missed out on any films like these, comment and let us know!

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Best Celebrity Tweets This Year!

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There was a time when our Bollywood stars were distant and inaccessible. However, with the internet being used on such a wide scale and regular basis, the connect between the audience and the celebrities is increasing on an everyday basis! Check out these really hilarious tweets by the people who rule our hearts and screens!

1. When Google does NOT always have your back 

This is when he learnt how to to apologize!

2. Who wants to gift Salman Khan a dictionary? 

3. When Uday Chopra makes fun of himself 

4. The ultimate typo queen! 

5. Of course we have to end this list with Sonam Kapoor! 

6. When Rishi Kapoor forgot the film he acted in 

7. When Arjun Kapoor said no to PeeCee’s money. Oops 

8. When Karan Johar schooled all the parents 

When our celebrities say and do silly things, it is always fun to have a laugh at their expense, right? But what makes all the trolling so much more exciting is that the celebrities respond, making light of the entire moment! If you have any fun celebrity interactions like these, comment and let us know!

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Varun Dhawan And His Best Performances So Far

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Varun Dhawan, undeniably the most sought after man of the hour, has been a part of the coveted 100 crores club not once, but four times! With not a single box office disaster to his name, the young actor has definitely come a long way from when he made his debut in Karan Johar’s Student of the Year! With 9 supremely successful films in his kitty, it only makes sense to take a look at some of Varun Dhawan’s best performances in the past!

1. Main Tera Hero 

Varun Dhawan’s first ever film with his father, Main Tera Hero was arguably one of Dhawan’s best performances during the growth of his career. Named as the Govinda of the current generation, Main Tera Hero gave Dhawan the title of being a complete riot, with an unabashed touch of innocence,

2. Badlapur 

Touted as one of Dhawan’s extremely intense film to date, Badlapur was the film that changed his career trajectory. A story about a man avenging the death of his wife and son, the film failed to make a major splash at the box office, earning less than 100 crores in its lifetime, despite the film being appreciated by the critics.

3. Dilwale 

Despite having a strong cast (Shah Rukh Khan, Kajol and Kriti Sanon) in the lead roles, Varun Dhawan managed to make Dilwale his own! With his flawless acting, perfectly timed comic scenes and superfluous dialogue delivery. Dhawan definitely shone bright like a diamond in this Rohit Shetty directorial!

4. Badrinath Ki Dulhania 

 There is something really adorable about an Alia Bhatt and Varun Dhawan pairing, which was brought to the fore with Badrinath Ki Dulhania, the sequel to Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania. What makes this film so loved is that it was the second time Alia Bhatt and Varun Dhawan were seen together, giving us major Student of the Year feels!

5. October 

Varun Dhawan broke free from his chocolate boy image with this Shoojit Sircar directorial. With October, Dhawan established himself as an actor to watch out for and proved beyond the shadow of a doubt that he is killing it and is here to stay!

From his first ever movie to his latest one, Varun Dhawan has grown exponentially. If you think we missed out on any of Varun Dhawan’s amazing past performances, comment and let us know!

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Anurag Kashyap’s Journey In Bollywood: From The Beginning To Now

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It was the 1990s, when directors were starting to figure out their films and the kind of script they did. While there was talk of conventional cinema stereotypes being broken, no director really made the effort to work out of the box and produce thought provoking and truly unique films. Even though the directors at that point had a very loyal target audience, certain factions of the society kept craving for more, for something strong and different.

Breaking the mould 

There was a very solid feeling of nepotism in the Bollywood industry during the 90s. A young boy, freshly graduated and in his early 20s, realised the very apparent need for breaking this convention. He wanted to make films which were dramatic, different and told not fancy stories, but stories of the ordinary man as well as about the dark side of the moon.

For an outsider, getting into the very closed door world of Bollywood was not an easy thing. For Anurag Kashyap, it was all the more harder because he wanted to make films no one else dared to even think about. Kashyap’s first two Bollywood films, Paanch and Black Friday, failed to create the impact he expected them to make, leaving Kashyap with not a lot of money and a lot of wasted years (7, to be exact.)

Struggling forward 

Even as a kid, Anurag Kashyap always loved horror as a genre. From stories about psychopaths, killers and gang members, everything that had a dark and twisted side was extremely appealing to this particular director. When Kashyap entered the industry, there was a very specific pattern followed by the directors. Trees, lovemaking, dramatic songs and almost cliched scenes were the order of the day for most of the films then. Kashyap realised then that something needed to change as soon as possible.

Armed with a genre he treasured more than his life, Kashyap tried creating a splash with his first two movies. However, his grand entrance was disturbed and he managed to cause nothing more than a tiny ripple in the water. Despite the failure of his films, his dedication to the script was so strong, he went above and beyond to get the work done.

The work was hard and real

For Paanch and Black Friday, Kashyap would shoot on the streets at night to reduce location costs.  For Gulaal, he really wanted particular shots that needed more money than he could afford at the point. Inspiration struck during Diwali when he saw the hoard of lights all over the streets of Jaipur. These films were about his early life (Paanch was a dedication to his life and struggles; Black Friday was about how he got sexually abused as a child, while Gulaal was about several turning points during his growth as a director.)

With That Girl In The Yellow Boots, he realised the amount of potential there was in the international market, while with films like Raman Raghav 2.0, Gangs of Wasseypur 1 and 2, he came to understand the the audience’s lack of appreciation towards the ordinary man’s struggle. From all the films Kashyap has made to date (the successes and the failures,) you cannot miss the very obvious presence of Kashyap in these films. Every movie is real, every story is dark, psychological affecting and haunting,

Every time I watch an Anurag Kashyap film, something stirs inside me. A little bit of happiness leaves every time I watch his films and I do not know if the feeling is that of happiness or sadness. This man has taught me life is hard and jagged, with stories at every corner and turn. If you have any Anurag Kashyap stories to share, comment and let us know!

 

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Ganesh Chathurthi: Bollywood Songs On Ganapathi Bapa That Have To Be On Your Playlist

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Ganesh Chathurthi, the time where you celebrate Lord Ganesha, is officially here and how! The elephant headed God has always managed to capture our hearts with his actions, his behaviour and his unique personality so it is only fit we welcome him with Bollywood, right? Right! With the season starting Today, these songs HAVE to be on your playlist!

1. Gajanana from Bajirao Mastani 

Sung by Sukhwinder Singh, this devotional song was awe inspiring, to say the least. Performed to give wisdom, power and intellect to the Peshwa, this song featured Deepika Padukone, Priyanka Chopra and Ranveer Singh. With the backdrop of Lord Ganesha, Gajanana was an ode to the greatness of Lord Ganesha!

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2. Jalwa from Wanted

Sung by Wajid and featuring Salman Khan, this song has everything you could want to make your Ganesh Chaturthi special. With special appearances by Govinda, Anil Kapoor and Prabhu Deva, Jalwa plays in your ears long after you finish listening to the song. Listen to it here!

3. Ga Ga Ga Ganapati from ABCD 2 

With a Western twist, this song had both a visual appeal as well as a lyrical appeal. Debut of choreographer Remo D’ Souza and sung by Hard Kaur, Ga Ga Ga Ganapati is a treat to both the eyes as well as the ears! A definite must have for your Ganesh Chathurthi playlist! Listen to it here!

4. Shree Ganeshay Dheemahi from Viruddh 

Sung by Shankar Mahadevan, with music composed by musician duo Ajay Atul, Shree Ganeshay portrayed family values. Filled with the sentiments displayed that come with Ganesh Chathurthi, this song is what you need for your playlist this season! Listen to it here.

5. Deva Shree Ganesha from Agneepath 

This high on energy emotional song starts off with bells ringing at varied pitches, infused with high percussions and intense beats. Composed by Ajay Atul, sung by Ajay and lyrics by Amitabh Bhattacharya, the song is quite worth the experience. Listen to it here to make your day better and exciting!

Here is wishing all of you a very Happy Ganesh Chathurthi! If you think we missed out on any songs that have to be on this list, comment and let us know!

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