Diwale premieres for the masses in just a few hours and I, for one, am ready to see what my all time favorite pair has in store for me… (I mean, us all). The Red Chilles Production is an action packed story about love, family, and revenge. And you know how I love me some revenge! Continue reading More Diwale
My favorite OTP anywhere, doing anything (EVER!) is slated to release their eighth motion picture film together by the end of the year. That’s right, kids, you read correctly— Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol are back! I don’t really think it’s possible to surpass this couple in my book as perfection because they work for so many reasons in my mind on and off-screen. It’s true, I’d never want to see them portray anything besides lovers but I sincerely believe their synergy as actors could pull off any role opposite one another and in an alternate universe, would love to see them give it a try. Continue reading First Look: Diwale
This month, two of my favorite besties, Karan Johar and Kajol Devgn graced the cover of Noblesse India, looking as gorgeous as ever. Kajol never seems to age and becomes more and more beautiful. And while Johar is beginning to wear his age a little more, I find him much more distinguished now, than when I first recognized him as Rahul’s chubby friend in Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge.
Even then, these two were well all the way to a lifelong partnership and friendship, and I love seeing them together. Of course, I’d rather see them at a press conference for their newest project but I’ll take what I can get. Last year, marked the 15th Anniversary of Johar’s first film and my all time favorite rom-com Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, therefore, I find it rather poignant, these two show up together in the month of love.
Filmfare Magazine posted their Flashback Friday pick of the week, earlier today, with a cascade of photos from Aditya Chopra‘s first film, Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge and random facts about the film. It’s amazing how time flies, for we are actually creeping upon the 20th Anniversary of the film and my little grey cells are swarming with ideas of how the Fraternity plans to mark the occasion.
Should there be love in marriage? Do you need love to be successful in marriage? Must you have love to get married? Should that love be for each other? These are all questions cultures of peoples have pondered and I’m not sure well agree yet, and DDLJ and Jab We Met bring up a couple of these issues. Though the films are set in the same culture, it’s interesting that viewpoints and ideas are different, yet the end result the same.
If the train a symbolic vehicle, then marriage is a topic. I wouldn’t say that either movie sets out to lead both or any couple to marriage (per se) but they definitely make a couple points on the subject. Continue reading jab we met diwale dulhana taker: love & marriage