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28 July 2012 @ 22:57

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  1. dandapani permalink
    29 July 2012 @ 10:05 10:05

    A genuine Sikh beauty!

  2. formwiz permalink
    29 July 2012 @ 10:49 10:49

    The girls – I should say, women, because she certainly is one – seem to be all the rage these days.

    Good choice.

  3. formwiz permalink
    29 July 2012 @ 13:15 13:15

    Shoulda been The girls of Bollywood….

  4. M. Thompson permalink
    29 July 2012 @ 23:21 23:21

    Ok, so we going on a group trip to India, or merely going to watch the best parts of some of these movies? Neha Duipa meets all the standards TCOTS has set.

    Ah, well the Redhead won’t like me drooling over any other women, so I’m out here.

  5. 03 August 2012 @ 17:36 17:36

    Miss Dhupia also starred as Eva Braun in the somewhat ill-conceived Dear Friend Hitler.

    • 03 August 2012 @ 20:49 20:49


      From the latter:
      Mel Brooks has got to see this one: Somebody has actually made Springtime for Hitler, but called it Dear Friend Hitler. The funniest thing about this film from India is that it’s dead-on serious, replete with all Indian actors playing the leaders of the Third Reich.

      Gandhi penned two letters to Hitler, one in 1939 and another in 1945, both imploring him to change his ways. Set primarily during Hitler’s April bunker days at the end of World War, this peculiar spring-time saga is so preposterous and inept that it would make Brooks’ fictional producers seem reputable.

      …Although Hitler was not a towering figure, having a guy who is just a couple inches out of the midget range play him truly over emphasizes his physical shortcomings. In keeping with the dummkopf creativity of the casting, a tall, dark and handsome Indian actor (Nalin Singh) plays propaganda minister Joseph Goebbels, who was hardly the ideal poster boy for Aryan supremacy.

      As the twitchy Hitler, Raghuvir Yadav’s performance, replete with pounding tabletops and gyrating in spastic eruptions is, well, electric: It makes one think that the director has hooked him up to electrodes.

      Crudely intercutting Hitler’s bunker days with Gandhi’s’ countryside preachings and cramming it with a bathetic Indian romance, director Ranjan Kumar has lofted forth a creative stink bomb.

      • 03 August 2012 @ 21:25 21:25

        And no songs! A Bollywood ferchrissakes movie with no songs!
        Funny you should mention Mel Brooks…


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