I know many of us would Love her and many would hate her activities and stunts, I would like to say let’s face it and agree either we love this statement or hate it, Mallika Sherawat managed to hog the global media attention. She used the various platforms from murder to Cannes festival to promote herself in a way that none of her other Bollywood colleagues ever managed before, all her efforts are bearing fruits. I think probably, renowned journalist Riz Khan summed-up Mallika rightly by give her the tag of youth icon in an interview for CNN news. She is indeed a youth icon…young, brash, confident, unapologetic, and go-getter…that’s what post ‘Mallika Sheravat – "Youth Icon"??’ holds inside itself.
Posts Tagged ‘Bollywood’
We all will agree to the point that Hindi films are based on our various real life consequences, society norms and various other factors which are directly and indirectly linked to us. Naveen’s post ‘Bollywood and Indian Economy’is highlighting the aspect how many Indian films have been made on the common aspect of socio-economic realities. Basically has tried to put in to words his feelings about Indian economic transition through eyes of bollywood.
When we say Bollywood, suddenly all of us are divided in to pro-lobby and against-lobby. Those of you who are against the bollywood concept of movies, I am sure will have lot of queries in their minds as why are formulaic films made in India. Why are there songs in Hindi films? Why are Hindi films so intellectually uncomplicated? I am sure most of us many times have these questions striking in our mind. So is the case with Mohit Kishore, but unlike us, he has some answers too.
One thing that most of us who are regular Hindi movie buffs would have noticed is that gradually, the trend of climax songs is going out of fashion. The post ‘Kaha gaye ye Bollywood gems?’ by Jayesh is the implicit delineation of the fact with admirable illustration of the songs- I mean climax songs, so if you wanna get back to climax song just read what Jayesh has to say.
The moment we say Bollywood of the 70′s suddenly we are clicked with the dialogues that are from the films and are today on tip of tounges of many. The Post ‘That 70s show – Bollywood ishtyle’ with its crunchy dialogue delivery will take you to the world of 70′s.
This sequel syndrome started this week with ‘Phir Hera Pheri’. The post ‘Phir Hera Pheri (2006) – A Failed Sequel’ with its sarcastic way of narrative is saying publicly the catches associated with the movie. So if you wanna know how this movie is a hit but still a failed sequel just peep in to what the post says. Coming next, Kkrish.
Famous Bollywood director and producer Mahesh Bhatt almost dodged death. He was absent when unidentified gunmen barged into his office and shot in the air. The post ‘Mahesh Bhatt escapes attack’ is a panorama of the incidence with all the descriptions of the people associated with it; it is an acidic remark on the underworld influence on bollywood.
The moment we say scientists, suddenly, the image is a white lb coat, big andglass werring lunatic kind of person, but it is not necessary that we have such image of scientists, thanks to the movie culture – be it Hollywood or Bollywood. The post ‘Movies, mad scientists and image makeovers’ is an wonderful post giving a clear picture of how Hollywood and Bollywood have made a fantastic image of scientists in every common mans psychology.
Piyush has made a sketch of bollywood actor John Abraham. He did a fantastic work interestingly (ha ha) with colored pencils on the canvas. Great work done.
The social networking site IndyaRocks, which was launched in private beta in the month of March, is now moving into Public beta this Thursday. Along with this, they will be announcing three new features. All these features have been added to the private beta for feedback/review from the testers. The new features added are: Entertainment – This section caters to the Bollywood movies and the service will rely a lot on the user-generated reviews. The interface is pretty cool. This section also beings the latest news and gossips from the Bollywood. You can even check for the showtimes in your city. They will be introducing commercial services as part of this module next quarter. Tribes: Tribes is a group/community feature. You can join a tribe and contribute your content to the same. There are number of categories to make your search for a specific tribe a bit easier. If you are interested, you can make your own tribe. I am impressed. Mobile: The site received a positive feedback for the Free SMS scraps and Free SMS calendar notifications and has now introduced FREE Group SMS capability also. The new feature has been embedded into "My friends" link. They have also introduced MMS based Blogging, Photo uploads and My Diary. With these three new features and lot more on the way, Indyarocks is moving in the very right direction. It can be the Indian MySpace for sure.