Saturday, July 3, 2010

Bollywood goof-ups



Here are a few funny and careless bloopers seen in our very own Bollywood. But we still love them as much :) (This doesn't apply to the last one in the list, though - Don't scroll down already!)

I am putting down the ones that immediately come to mind but there are lot more. Feel free to add to the list. 


Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam: When in Italy, Aishwarya is shot in the neck by a firang, but she sits on the hospital bed with a bandage around her arm. It appears as though she was never hurt anywhere, even close, to her neck.

Taal: It's a minor one and hardly noticeable but Akshay Khanna, while arguing with his uncle, breaks six glasses but says "Maine saat (7) glass tode...."

Biwi No. 1: While Karisma's all set for the pooja on Karva Chauth, their dog leads her to Salman (who's in Bandra with Sushmita Sen). They run from Juhu to Bandra on foot.

DDLJ: In Zara Sa Jhoom Lu Main... Kajol pulls Shahrukh from behind (he has his boots on!) into the pool. He falls in, with his boots left outside. Howzzat possible?






Kaho Naa Pyar Hai: Raj in the second half singing all of Rohit's (Hrithik in the first half) songs is understandable. How does he know the signature step of the title track Kaho Naa Pyar Hai...., that Amisha and Hrithik did at the beach?

Chak De: People wrote "gaddaar (traitor)" outside Kabir Khan's (Shahrukh) house. Years later when he returns, the word is still there and as fine as it looked back then.




My Name is Khan: Shah Rukh is scared of the color 'yellow' but he's shown carrying "Repair Almost Anything" placard (in the song Noor-e-khuda) that is very much yellow.

Salaam Namaste: Towards the end, Saif proposes Preity trying to make up for everything. He finally woos her with the ring in the hospital. Preity is shown wearing the same ring in the previous shot.

Raavan The film was a big goof up! 

Part II: Bollywood goof-ups >>

3 comments:

  1. haha the last one was the best

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  2. This might not count as a goof, but your comment on Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam reminded me: the scenes set in Italy are filmed in Hungary. If they had been careful not to show any signs with Hungarian on them, that would have helped fool us :)

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