Delhi seems to have become a hot spot for Bollywood directors, of late. Hum Tum, Cheeni Kum, Fanaa, Dilli 6, Paa, Milenge 2 (haven't seen that one, though), Aisha, Do Dooni Chaar, the-yet-to-be-released Delhi Belly, and now Band Baaja Baraat. Yash Chopra seems particularly enamoured by the city, his second love. [How can we forget his first (anyone?)] Silsila, Kabhi Kabhi, Chandni, Lamhe are some of his films extensively shot in Delhi. For now, I have my eyes on B3. Anushka Sharma may not have the looks to swoon over, but certainly gets her mojo working with her screen presence and effortless acting. Besides, the title track sounds funnn!
Cute couple. Cuter chemistry. Imran Khan, Deepika Padukone. I now seem to have gotten use to Deepika's (in;) acting skills. Imran leaves an in-sight-in-mind impact. Or is that expecting too much from a four-films old actor? [Titbits - the boy appeared as a child artist in Qayamat Se Qayamat tak (1988) and Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikander (1992), starring mammu Amir Khan. I'll keep my eyes more open the next time I watch these films].
Shahrukh Bola "Khoobsurat Hai Tu"
I was listening to the title track last night - Shahrukh bola khoobsurat (meaning beautiful) hai tu. All sounds well until... aur khoobsurat ho gayi main (sung by the newcomer lead, Preetika Chawla). Now that's a serious personality disorder. Why on earth wouldn't you believe you're beautiful until someone came and told you that? Anyway, for all Shahrukh fans, Shahrukh makes a 20-minute appearance in the film. Releasing on November 19, it's all set to give competition (it might just ;) to Guzarish.