Saturday, September 26, 2009

Kareena Kapoor Sharukh Khan Rani Mukherjee and Shahid Kapoor

Kareena Kapoor,Sharukh Khan,Rani Mukherjee en Shahid Kapoor

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Delhi bole Hadippa!

When Shahid Kapur and Rani Mukerji recently came to the city for the film Dil Bole Hadippa, one thing they made sure was they weren't held ransom to the media's questions. In fact, they gave it back to the journos with a little bit of sarcasm and dollops of humour.
When Shahid was asked too many questions about Kaminey and he was talking about the transition from Kaminey to Dil Bole..., Rani suddenly interrupted with, "Hadippa!" He continued, so she said it again, and again, and finally said, "Arrey hero kitna achha lag raha hai, so lovely he's looking, aap kuch kehte kyun nahin, say na!" The next question started with, "Rani ne abhi kaha iss film mein hero bahut achha lag raha hai ... " "Achha nahin, handsome," Rani corrected. "Iss film mein hero Rani aur Veer hain, main bas beech mein aata hoon aur chala jaata hoon," said Shahid. "Yeh galat bol raha hai!" Rani said, slapping him playfully on the back. "Yeh mera hero hai, hero hai, hero hai!"

Throughout the interaction, people kept shouting 'Rani, I love you!' 'Shahid, I love you!' Shahid was asked, "Rani as a man or Rani as a woman?" "In the context of what?" he responded. "Itna general mat bolo yaar, thoda dangerous hota hai ... " After things got quieter, someone said, "Both of you have been linked to a couple of people in the industry. What do you have to say about your chemistry?" Rani promptly put an arm through Shahid's and said, "We are linked-up. See?" "Yes, yeh aaj ka hamara announcement hai. We are The Linked," Shahid grinned. "We are The Linkeds in the movies!" Rani exclaimed. 

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Movie Review Dil Bole Hadippa! a huge let down

'Dil Bole Hadippa!' a huge let down (IANS Film Review; Rating:*)
By Subhash K. Jha

Film: "Dil Bole Hadippa!"; Cast: Rani Mukherjee, Shahid Kapoor, Anupam Kher, Poonam Dhillon, Rakhi Sawant, Sheryln Chopra; Director: Anuraag Singh; Rating: *

Somewhere down the line in this mish-mash of "Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi", "Chak De" and what have you, Shahid Kapoor, looking as intense as a man who has just discovered he has acute molar ache, scowls at Rani and says, "You should be an actress in films".

Actress she is. And a highly competent one. Rani has worked really hard on getting the Sardar-ji's act together. At times she's quite funny and poignant. But her attempts go waste in a film that seems to move in a rudderless stupor.

Rani is sorely let down in her made-to-order vehicle by a script that's as phony and pasted-on as the moustache she pastes on to infiltrate the all-boy's cricket team helmed by a Britain-returned dude from a broken family.

Shahid's dad Anupam Kher lives in Amritsar, while his mom, Poonam Dhillon, lives in London.

Backgrounds are not very high in the list of this messy and annoying mishmash about cross-dressing and sporting spirit. While Shahid's character we know is from a broken home, only god and the scripwriter know where Rani's character Veera/Veer comes from.

While Hillary Swank, as a girl dressed as a guy, got the Oscar for "Boys Don't Cry", Rani misses her award-winning turn by a wide margin, thanks to a script that meanders like a bumbling bumblebee which doesn't know whom to sting.

The story of the spirited girl's sprint into a men's game and into the coach's heart lacks bite and humour. The dialogues are ultra-pedestrian, some of the exchanges between the rustic Rani and the posh Shahid shamelessly taken from "Jab We Met".

What were the makers of this film thinking? Not much, as we can easily see in the slithering progression of the material and dismaying lack of motivation. After the interval, the wobbly narration just collapses in a tired heap, with scenes in a nautanki featuring Rakhi Sawant plunging to the bottom-most rung of mediocrity.

The climactic cricket match between India and Pakistan is as exciting as watching "Kaminey" with the soundtrack turned off. In "Dil Bole Hadippa!", the soundtrack is so loud it drowns any finer point that the narration may possess.

Don't waste your time looking for silver linings in this dreadful cricket film. Someone said cricket is a game played by 12 fools and watched by 12,000 fools. No we know what he meant.

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Chance Pe Dance Movie Stills & Photos


Sunday, September 20, 2009

Rani Mukherjee and Shahid Kapoor Promotion Dil Bole Hadippa at Big Cinemas

Rani Mukherjee Shahid Kapoor Promotion Dil Bole Hadippa at Big Cinemas in Mumbai

Rani Mukherjee at Promotion of the Film Dil Bole Hadippa

Event: Rani Mukherjee at Promotion of the Film "Dil Bole Hadippa"
Celebrities: Rani Mukherjee and Others
Venue: fame cinema, Andheri, Mumbai
Date: 18th September, 2009

Friday, September 18, 2009

Shahid Kapoor Latest Photos

Shahid Kapoor Latest Photos shahid Kapur

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Shahid Kapoor and Asin at Giants International 37Th Award Celebration party

Event: Shahid kapoor and Asin at Giants International 37Th Award Celebration party
Celebrities: Shahid kapoor and Asin
Venue: Hotel Trident, Churchgate, Mumbai
Date: 17th September, 2009

Shahid Kapoor Rani Mukherjee premier of Dil Bole Hadippa

Bollywood stars Rani Mukherjee and Shahid Kapoor at the premier of their film "Dil Bolay Hadapa" in New Delhi.