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2011 saw its fair share of anticipation and over-hype, as with every other year. However, it seems this was the year that the directors, in particular, got to deliver stories and characters which were far from the norm of typical Indian cinema. The audiences, in turn, were able to see a some hugely entertaining and ‘out of the box’ films in what could be branded as one of the most ground-breaking years yet. Although many of us are looking forward to such films in the coming year, let’s revisit the director’s visions of the year as we take a look at the best of the best of 2011…

Stanley Ka Dabba‘s appeal is described quite fittingly in its tagline, ‘A little story, with a big heart’. A story centred on a school and the lunch habits of it’s pupils and teacher’s, it’s safe to say that the film’s most memorable part was it’s carefully etched characters and the attention to detail given within their personalities. Amol Gupte, who adorned many hats for the movie (writer, producer, director), has quite simply outdone himself with this “little” story.

A film that came at the start of the year and gave way to the year’s awesome offerings was No One Killed Jessica. Starring Vidya Balan and Rani Mukerjee, this movie was based on a true story and was directed by Raj Kumar Gupta. It has to be said that this movie makes our list purely for the way the story was portrayed. Gupta’s vision did wonders for what was a heartrending and history-making story. His portrayal of it not only did justice to the various intricacies of the plot but also to the effect it had on society. It could have proved to be difficult relaying a story which was so close to so many people’s hearts but Gupta managed it perfectly.

Another director that undoubtedly makes our list is Milan Luthria for his movie, The Dirty Picture. What is immediately apparent is how Luthria had the story, the subject and the characters so carefully etched in his mind. One can focus on the dialogues, the sensuality of Vidya Balan’s character Silk Smitha, or the 80s treatment throughout and in each and every aspect, Luthria should get full marks for what is a stark contrast to his delivery of Once Upon a Time in Mumbai.

Perhaps the most out-of-the-box in our list is I Am directed by the hugely talented Onir. A movie that sees four interlinking stories comes together and a movie for which funds came from donations and crowd-sourcing, I Am almost instantly becomes a pick of the bunch. Onir’s representation of somewhat taboo subjects has to be given a special mention as does the way he is unapologetic about the depiction. Tackling topics such as sexual abuse and homosexuality, Onir is perhaps the boldest director of our best list because he doesn’t’ shy away from what others might deem as controversial or too sensitive.

The heavily anticipated Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara was a winner on paper and when released, it won on many different levels. Zoya Akhtar, having made a very colourful directorial debut with Luck By Chance, continued in a bigger and better fashion with ZNMD. Her visualization of three men on a stag holiday which turns out to be life-changing for them all is filled with comedy, emotion and love. It is hard to pinpoint  where Akhtar falls short and it’s equally as difficult to suggest what could have made the treatment of ZNMD any different to make is a bigger success. Hats off to the Akhtar clan!

In her directorial debut, Kiran Rao delivers a movie which doesn’t boast a obviously complicated plot and neither does she seek to give the audiences that promise. Dhobi Ghat’s main appeal lies in the way Mumbai is brought to our screens minus the razzmatazz. Instead what one gets is a raw, rugged and subtle set of visuals and characters that intermingle in the most unassuming way. The experience of Dhobi Ghat remains after you’ve seen the film, and, in our books, there is no other definition of a fine director in the making.

Aamir Khan produced Delhi Belly was sure to make a mark from the offset but, as with many other films, the director took the mark to an unthinkable level. Abhinay Deo is another director of this list who brings the word “taboo” to mind. The dialogues all in English, the characters all foul-mouthed and the story almost calling out for atmospheric comedy; Deo ticked all those boxes and more. The word ‘innovative’ would also be perfect for Deo what with his modern outlook and grunge-inspired scenes.

Our list would be incomplete without the dhamakedaar directorial return of the multi-talented Farhan Akhtar with Don 2. A movie which is perhaps one of the most waited for for 2011, Don 2 was all set to take the Don franchise that extra step further. Akhtar doesn’t shy away from the freshness and excitement of the newness of the plot and neither does he bring in characters or crowd-pleasing music to have an impact on the masses. Akhtar’s purposely fast-moving plot keeps one intrigued and the finely executed scenes are definitely worth a mention.

In a year that has been so successful for new kinds of cinema, our attempt was to give you a ranking of the best of the best in directors. However, as we hope you will be able to judge by the list, there is no way one director is better than another. This linear style had to be adopted because of the various genres Bollywood has given way to in the year and we only hope the next year continues in this fashion.

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Best and Worst Jodis of 2011 http://bollyspice.com/best-and-worst-jodis-of-2011/ Fri, 13 Jan 2012 08:30:01 +0000 http://bollyspice.com/?p=34724 Jodis can often be the make or break of a given movie. This year has seen the comeback of some pairings cinema is already familiar with and it’s also given birth to some fresh twosomes. Let’s take a trip down memory lane and take a look at the jodis that we loved, the ones we didn’t quite enjoy and also those that made their own category in between the two extremes. Shah Rukh Khan & Kareena Kapoor (Ra.One) Ra.One, quite simply, made this duo look like they were sharing screen space with one another for the very first time. In

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Jodis can often be the make or break of a given movie. This year has seen the comeback of some pairings cinema is already familiar with and it’s also given birth to some fresh twosomes. Let’s take a trip down memory lane and take a look at the jodis that we loved, the ones we didn’t quite enjoy and also those that made their own category in between the two extremes.

Shah Rukh Khan & Kareena Kapoor (Ra.One)

Ra.One, quite simply, made this duo look like they were sharing screen space with one another for the very first time. In the movie, the two looked hugely comfortable in their characters’ skins and this, in turn, made them look perfect with each other.

Verdict – HOT

John Abraham & Deepika Padukone (Desi Boyz)

It is very rare that two actors who are individually so appreciated for their looks to come together and receive the same appreciation as a couple. It is the same story with John and Deepika who were seen in Desi Boyz recently. They make our list because we feel they make an interesting jodi but one that may take a while to grow on people. Let’s hope they are given the chance to work together again in a different kind of movie, in which we fall in love with them instantly.

Verdict – UNDECIDED

Akshay Kumar & John Abraham (Desi Boyz)

With the second offering this duo has been seen in together, they have cemented their place in our list. Desi Boyz showcased their chemistry in a way which resonates. If a perfect male friendship needs to be portrayed on screen, Akki and John are the men for it!

Verdict – HOT

Ajay Devgan & Kajal Agarwal (Singham)

Ajay’s performance in Singham got rave reviews from many portals but it’s a pity the same couldn’t be said for his chemistry and pairing with his co-star, Kajal. This jodi couldn’t have been more “thanda” (cold) if they tried. Whether this was because of the unnecessary romance angle or simply because the two didn’t seem to visually suit each other, this twosome most definitely gets a thumbs down.

Verdict – NOT HOT

Akshay Kumar & Anushka Sharma (Patiala House)

In a movie that both stood out individually, Akshay and Anushka complimented each other a little too well. Anushka’s rendition of a bubbly girl who helps Akshay’s character come out of his shell is commendable and, together, this twosome made the overall message of the film that much more effective. We want more of these two please!

Verdict – HOT

Arjan Bajwa & Esha Deol (Tell Me O Khudah)

In a film which centred on Esha’s character, it was inevitable that Arjan’s presence in the movie wouldn’t be prominent. However, if the two shared a sparkling chemistry they would have left the audience with the same magic that the movie had initially promised. Unfortunately, Arjan and Esha just weren’t matched and on-screen this jodi just didn’t cut it.

Verdict – NOT HOT

Saqib Saleem & Saba Azad (Mujhse Fraaandship Karoge)

This jodi saw both parties in a debut in Mujhse Fraandship Karoge and what a debut it was! Both Saqib and Saba (who play Vishal and Preity) seem to fit together like a hand to a glove. Their USP comes in Saba’s outstandingly confident performance and Saqib’s oodles of charm that goes hand in hand with his character. We look forward to the two coming together again somewhere…somehow.

Verdict – HOT

Imran Khan & Katrina Kaif (Mere Brother Ki Dulhan)

On paper, this duo – it can be argued – would create the kind of freshness needed with a film like Mere Brother Ki Dulhan. However, unfortunately, the two didn’t achieve this milestone even though the movie itself faired well. In what can be described as sibling-chemistry, the two seemed to clash in appearance somewhat. This uncanny similarity was a huge let down and we just can’t say something was there when it clearly wasn’t.

Verdict – NOT HOT

Madhavan & Kangna Ranaut (Tanu Weds Manu)

Theirs is perhaps, at first glance, the most unlikely pairing on our best jodi list. The two, who came together for the first time in Tanu Weds Manu, can only be described as imperfectly fine. With Kangna’s exuberant character and Madhavan’s performance as a sombre individual, the two don’t fit the norm as a pair. What makes them great to watch on screen together is this very flaw. If you don’t believe it then watch the film for yourself and you’ll see!

Verdict – HOT

Shahid Kapoor & Sonam Kapoor (Mausam)

The peculiarity of Shahid-Sonam could be seen as one of the let-downs of Mausam. This couple, who is visually a mismatch, did nothing to convince the audiences that their pairing was indeed right for a love story to span all different seasons. A tall, leggy, beautiful actress meets a chocolate-boy with a cheeky smile… it even sounds odd in description! Either way, their jodi wasn’t quite strong enough to survive their first movie together without criticism but there were some who loved this fresh new twosome.

Verdict – UNDECIDED

Farhan Akhtar, Hrithik Roshan & Abhay Deol (Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara)

Although jodis usually come in twos, this trio simply could not be omitted from this list. In a movie that had such universal appeal, the casting of the correct actors in the three male lead roles couldn’t have taken more importance than it did. It has to be said that this team of three were so great on-screen together that it makes it difficult to remember much else about the movie. Farhan’s intelligent humour, Hrithik’s devilish good looks (and aloofness in character) and Abhay’s undecisiveness. All of this rolls up into just one thing: excellence.

Verdict – HOT

2011 certainly gave us a variety of pairings and we’re sure 2012 will do the same. Bring it on!

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Riteish and Genelia star in a romcom Tere Naal Love Ho Gaya http://bollyspice.com/riteish-and-genelia-star-in-a-romcom-tere-naal-love-ho-gaya/ Sat, 31 Dec 2011 15:44:17 +0000 http://bollyspice.com/?p=35063 Tere Naal Love Ho Gaya marks the comeback of the much-loved jodi of Riteish Deshmukh and Genelia D’Souza but this is no ordinary comeback. Their return should be and is heavily anticipated because they are so popular on-screen together and also because the couple have recently got engaged. Yes, the rumour mills were able to bow in victory as the stories about the two that had been doing the rounds were all true. These two were deeply in love… and managed to keep up the speculation for so long. Tere Naal Love Ho Gaya is about love that happens when

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Tere Naal Love Ho Gaya marks the comeback of the much-loved jodi of Riteish Deshmukh and Genelia D’Souza but this is no ordinary comeback. Their return should be and is heavily anticipated because they are so popular on-screen together and also because the couple have recently got engaged. Yes, the rumour mills were able to bow in victory as the stories about the two that had been doing the rounds were all true. These two were deeply in love… and managed to keep up the speculation for so long.

Tere Naal Love Ho Gaya is about love that happens when it’s least expected. Viren (Deshmukh) has a many ambitions and wants to achieve them all one day. He gets stopped in his tracks when he meets Mini, and then gets kidnapped. The twist in the tale comes when he comes to the realisation that Mini is the one who kidnapped him. In what can only be described as a funny, refreshing and never-a-dull-moment caper, the two somehow end up falling for each other.

Kumar Taurani, the producer of the movie, has recently admitted that the newly uncovered status of the two protagonists’ relationship had caused him to rethink the ending of the movie which is due to release just a few weeks before the couple tie the knot for real. Taurani is thought to have decided that the couple should be seen to be getting married in the climax because this would be a great image to have given their forthcoming nuptials.

Tere Naal Love Ho Gaya will mark the third movie in which the couple are seen together and we hope it’s one they remember forever… for all the right reasons.

Do keep checking in with Bollyspice for further news about the film as it nears release.



















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“I am thrilled about the story we are going to tell.” – Ranveer Singh http://bollyspice.com/i-am-thrilled-about-the-story-we-are-going-to-tell-ranveer-singh/ Wed, 07 Dec 2011 20:00:11 +0000 http://bollyspice.com/?p=33670 Ladies vs. Ricky Bahl is all set for release in just a few days. The promotions and music, which we’re sure you will have spotted and heard, are making audiences heavily anticipate the movie. Bringing together those who were a part of Band Baaja Baaraat, the movie doesn’t come across as your typical Bollywood cinematic experience. Ranveer Singh, for whom the movie will be a second offering, is all set to wow the audiences – particularly the ladies – with a range of avatars in the protagonist role as a con artist. BollySpice catches up with the star on the

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Ladies vs. Ricky Bahl is all set for release in just a few days. The promotions and music, which we’re sure you will have spotted and heard, are making audiences heavily anticipate the movie. Bringing together those who were a part of Band Baaja Baaraat, the movie doesn’t come across as your typical Bollywood cinematic experience.

Ranveer Singh, for whom the movie will be a second offering, is all set to wow the audiences – particularly the ladies – with a range of avatars in the protagonist role as a con artist. BollySpice catches up with the star on the eve of the movie’s release. Read on to find out about his experiences whilst working on Ladies vs. Ricky Bahl.

Q. How would you describe your journey from Band Baaja Baaraat until now?

When Band Baaja Baaraat released, it was like it all happened overnight. It was as if within a week there was such a tremendous change from what I was on Thursday and then the following Thursday my life was completely different. The papers and news channels were reporting constantly about Band Baaja Baaraat being a hit film. They were saying that I was making my debut and suddenly I was in the limelight; suddenly my life went from zero to a hundred. Everything was happening so fast! At the same time, Aditya Chopra came to me with the script for Ladies vs. Ricky Bahl and I was so excited. I couldn’t have asked for a more ideal second film. In Band Baaja Baaraat, I played a guy from Delhi, Bittoo Sharma and in the script Adi offered me, I had the scope to play such a different range of characters in one film. The character in Ladies vs Ricky Bahl is the most interesting and I had started salivating at the thought of developing this character. What a cool character to play! A guy who cons women for a living and takes on these various avatars and has fun doing it and gets a kick and a thrill out of it! Along with my kick and thrill, was an opportunity as an actor, to be developing these various characters and playing them so it was as if I could not ask for more meat in a second script!

Q. How did you prepare to enact so many different characters?

I started off on a page that was very different from what Maneesh Sir had envisioned. I thought of doing extreme characterization so that the Delhi guy would be so starkly different from the Mumbai guy and, in turn, he would be so starkly different from the Lucknow guy and so on. I wanted to play all the characters so that they all looked like separate entities when on screen, but Maneesh sir explained to me that that’s not the way to do it. Ultimately, I was playing Ricky Bahl and he wouldn’t be interested in that kind of characterization. He helped me understand that it’s still one character so there has to be a difference but that there should be a common thread so that one knows that it
is the same guy. You see, it can’t be so stark because it’s also caricaturist and unrealistic. So very quickly I had to get on Maneesh Sir’s line of thinking and build the characters a layer at a time. I had a starting point; a base that is Ricky Bahl. I would think that Ricky is in Delhi and who would he be conning and how would he be conning them. I had to put myself in each scenario and think along those lines with the way he should talk, what he should be wearing, how he should be walking and so on. Then I would go along the same process again for Ricky in Mumbai. I had to keep in mind that this is just one guy.

Q. Did you go through a process of readings and workshops?

Working with Atul Mongia (Acting Workshop Director) was an absolute pleasure. He has such an insight into human beings and he is so fantastic with actors, in particular. The exercises that he taught me, I’ve had some training in acting
but he taught me certain exercises which helped me so much. He helped me a tremendous amount in developing each character. It’s not been easy. We would spend a certain number of days on one character and then move on to the next and then the next and, at all times, bearing in mind that they are all the same guy and he’s donning these various avatars. It was a very fine thing we were trying to achieve and working with him and the co-actors helped me a lot.

When I was doing the workshop with Parineeti, there were different things to feed off of Parineeti’s energy to become Sunny. There were different things I fed off from Dipannita’s energy to become Dev. There were also different things when I was working with Aditi. One also knows somehow that one take cues from one’s co-actor and it was the same working with Anushka as well. It was the first time I had done an acting workshop so intensely for a film. In Band Baaja Baaraat I was very much developing Bittoo on my own but in Ladies vs Ricky Bahl, a lot of the preparation was with the co-actors. Sometimes I go come to the table with certain things which Atul Mongia wouldn’t be at all happy with. He would say no and then we would try something completely new. We had such a great time developing these characters. My tendency was to always go over and Atul Sir had to kind of calm me down and say you don’t have to go into such extremes of characterisation.

Q. What was it like working with the three ladies: Parineeti, Aditi, Dipannita?

Well, this movie is where Parineeti makes her debut. I had done my first film not so long ago and I know by default the amount of energy and passion that you approach your first character with. She, as a person, is so bubbly, so vivacious
and so high on energy that it is infectious. So, when she came to the workshops, it was just explosive. She was so good just as her character too. I think all the 3 ladies plus Anushka were all so great and distinct in their characters that it helped me. I latch onto Parineeti’s energy and make something out of that, that’s distinct from the dynamics that I share with Dipannita and that is distinctly different from the rapport that I share with Aditi. Dipannita’s character is very stern and very stoic. So after doing the workshop with Parineeti it was a very drastic change to be doing it with Dipannita. Here you have this loud, animated, bubbly, vivacious Parineeti and then suddenly you’re thrust into a workshop and you are with somebody so cool, so calm and so collected. It was great and it was a very fun exercise as an actor to be doing such different things at the same time. Then of course to change that completely and to have a very sweet exchange and interaction with Aditi who brought with her a lot of sharafat, a lot of adab because she plays a small town girl. I had to be that small town guy with her and for her. The workshops were one of the most fun parts of this whole process.

Q. What was it like working with director Maneesh Sharma in Band Baaja Baaraat and then in Ladies vs Ricky Bahl?

Band Baaja Baaraat was Maneesh’s baby. He knew it like at the back of his hand. With Ladies vs Ricky Bahl he was exploring a territory, a story that he had not developed. The screenplay was Devikaji’s and Habib Sir has written the dialogues. So, in affect, Maneesh sir was directing that which hadn’t originated from his own self. To see him exploring the possibilities of characters, of storytelling styles was like pulling Maneesh Sharma out of his comfort zone and making him tell a story that is so different to what he had done before. It was exciting to see him function and to see what his take on the story was.

One thing I learned about Maneesh Sir is that he’s so good with India. His films are such a great and accurate reflection of the country. You get such a true flavor of India whenever he makes a film. It was the same case in the Delhi-ness of Band Baaja Baaraat. In Ladies vs Ricky Bahl, when he directed the Delhi portion, although on his home territory, he was absolutely immaculate and then when he came to Mumbai to tell the story, he’s managed to portray the corporate glass shielded world of Mumbai so bang on. He is such a rooted director and he knows the country and the culture so well. It comes through so beautifully in his films and it’s something that was very, very exciting to see. What sets him apart is how particular he is about the authenticity of Delhi. His mentality is that Delhi should have that authentic Delhiness and Mumbai should have that authentic Mumbainess and it should be distinct from Lucknow. The flavours and the indigenous cultural nuances should be perfect. He is very particular and he’ll bring it out in characterization and he’ll also bring it out in dialogues. Additionally, he will make sure it’s incorporated in the shooting style. He’ll make sure that it is considered when formulating the dialogues, when formulating the characters and the look of the characters, the spaces in which the story will be shot. This makes his style very true to the story’s rawness.

Q. This is, of course, your second film with Anushka Sharma. What has it been like working with her again?

It’s funny you should ask that. Maneesh Sir says “If you and Anushka have to simply stand in a frame right next to each other, there will be chemistry.” I don’t know what it is with Anushka but I hope I never find out because, whatever it is, it’s doing wonders. She is just a fabulous, fabulous actor. What I love and admire most about Anushka is that she is an actor who is not trained and what that does is she is not tarnished by somebody else’s idea of what acting should be. Her approach is entirely natural and original. She is very spontaneous and I think when she is in the scene, another actor’s performance is enhanced. There are so many things she taught me during the filming of Band Baaja Baaraat and during the filming of Ladies vs Ricky Bahl. She would say things like “Ranveer, in this scene, you must look deep into my eyes and then see what kind of magic comes out.” She is just so professional that it’s admirable. I learnt a lot from her and whenever I act with her it just makes my performance amazing. I don’t know what is it between her and me that generates such movie magic type of chemistry but I’m happy and I’m very lucky I’ve found someone like her to work with in my first two films. She is just absolutely fabulous!

Q. Tell me something about the video Aadat Se Majboor?

Aadat Se Majboor is a song where Ricky is singing about Ricky. It is Ricky’s introduction song where you get to see what this guy is all about and what he does. It’s a song in which we are establishing and setting up this guy – this con artist – who cons girls for a living, who’s suave, who changes colors like a chameleon and who is so adept at doing it. He’s the best con artist around and he’s smooth as silk. I went on a talk show where I was asked about my most hidden talent and so I thought I’d write some rhymes and then I’ll rap it out on some music. Maneesh Sir saw, liked it and asked me to pen a few words for the movie. At about 2am I got a message to write a rap about the film and to show it to Maneesh Sir. At about 3 in the afternoon the next day I went to the office and I did the rap in front of Sir and he was clapping because he was so happy about it. I also performed the rap in front of Adi Sir who also agreed that it should be a part of the song.

What I love about it is the phrase “aadat se majboor”. It is a thought that came to Mr. Amitabh Bhattacharya and it is just a brilliant thought for a con artist who is telling the ladies “kya karoon oh ladies main hoon aadat se majboor” meaning this is what I do and I don’t know anything better. It’s branding it as a habit. Salim-Suleiman gave this theme to Ricky Bahl which is the driving force behind the melody in this song and the words and the lyrics are absolutely kickass. Whatever Amitabh has written is just amazing “har ek haseena ke bank account ke debit mein dikhna hai mujhe”; lines like this are so cool and then of course, I also wrote a rap.

The shooting of Aadat se Majboor was just absolutely fantastically choreographed by Vaibhavi ma’am. To shoot a montage like that in different spaces and different characters and thread it all together to make this kick-ass music video; it’s just amazing. My most memorable experience was being in the studio with Salim Sir and Benny Dayal. When I first went into the studio, I saw Benny at work. I was just sitting there and just watching him. He is so amazing at what he does. The to and fro between him and Salim Sir; they were just going back and forth “aisa kar, aisa kar” and there were times when Salim Sir would leave Benny loose and Benny would just go for it and he was like “I like that…I like that… I’m gonna keep that”. It was such an exciting creative process to see two such beautifully talented and creative people working in collaboration and totally in sync with each other. It is just something to observe. I was really privileged to be in the studio at the time that it was happening. It just so happened at that time I was called to do my rap as well and I went in and I started rapping. It was sounding a little monotonous so Benny stayed back after he had finished his bit to give me suggestions and so did Salim Sir. We’d done Tarkeebein from Band Baaja Baaraat together for which Salim Sir had given the music. Benny sang my first song on-screen so we were all just there to get it going. We all went into the studio; put our head phones on and sang Tarkeebein and it was great fun because there are parts of Tarkeebein which Salim Sir actually sang. It was one of the most fun things I’ve ever done.

I had never thought that I would be doing something like this so soon; rapping in a song from my film. It feels good when I see the soundtrack CD and it says rap by Ranveer Singh – I’m like kamaal hogaya! I felt alive in that studio and it is all thanks to Benny and Salim Sir as they were so supportive and so encouraging. I could see my shortcomings, because I’m not a recording artist but they pushed me and they really got the best work out of me. Of course I had written the lyrics and they were all about Ricky; all the things after having lived with the story and it was all about what I feel about Ricky. It was a lot of fun. And there were other parts that didn’t make it (starts rapping) –

Tall dark handsome charming funny
Kabhi Dev, Iqbal toh kabhi Sunny
Sorry Girlfriend tu toh bani dummy
Tu fisli but I was only after your money.

Then there was another part that didn’t make it –

Number 29 was my baby girl Dimple
Yaar tere papa ko banana was so simple
Tez aayi meri Mumbaiwaali Raina
Yaad rakh main hoon Ricky jo kabhi haath aaye na
Saira ka toh mushkil kardiya maine jeena
Not a nice guy because I’m a bloody kameena!

Q. Tell me something about the dance-a-thon song, ‘Fatal Attraction’?

Firstly the track itself we always knew would be an instrumental piece. ‘Fatal attraction’ appears at a very, very crucial point in the story and it’s nothing like an item that it comes out of nowhere. It’s a very integral part of the narrative at the point at which it does appear in the film. You don’t have too many instrumental tracks these days so when the track came to me, although I wasn’t really meant to, I made two of my very closest friends hear it and they loved it. Honestly I do think musically it is one of the most superior tracks of the album. It’s got this amazing energy to it. It’s like almost deep house-ish, and it’s a party song you know. Ishika and me are going to a rave and this is the song that’s playing in that rave. We were very excited about shooting the song and also very curious to see how it will be shot. When we arrived on the set we were completely blown away. T.P. Abid, the set director, had designed a fab set and it was just psychedelic madness. Neon colors, psychedelic structures, there were…trees, stages, canvases and everything had been splattered with you know Psychedelic imagery, the lighting that was added to it, it just created this…an atmosphere and I was telling the art directors that I would love to go to a party like this in real life with this type of decor. The dancers we had on set were from India’s Got Talent, Vernon and Group. To watch these boys perform; we were totally awestruck. They work 6-7 hour days, just dancing, and we were amazed at the amount of work they put in and the passion they have.

Q. Let’s talk about the song Thug Le.

It was very exciting to work with Shruti because it was her first song as a choreographer. Now I know, when you debut with something you know with how much energy and passion you tackle it. It was actually Maneesh sir who first told me when we met on the floor and he told me very matter-of-factly, “is mein thoda dancing hoga” (Ranveer laughs). What he was putting very lightly was the fact that this was the song that was very heavy on choreography, and Shruti ma’am did not make it easy for us! When I first saw Rachit, who trains me, performing the steps as per Shruti’s instructions, I really didn’t know how I would do the moves. Shruti ma’am would just tell me straight that I would be able to do them. She was very encouraging when you got the step right and to have her present at all times when I was learning was fantastic. I really enjoyed learning the steps, as tough as they were. Vaibhavi ma’am always told me that Thug Le would be a notch higher than anything I had done previously; be it Ainvayi Ainvayi, Dum Dum or even Jigar Ka Tukda. She told me I would have to push my limits and challenge myself to do this kind of choreography. This time, I had to learn the steps in blocks; I had to break it down into transitions and concentrate on each shift of body weight. I had to really work at it. However, seeing it on screen now makes me feel proud of all the hard work I put in It was a big learning curve for me.

Q. Tell us some fun incidents from the Ladies vs Ricky Bahl shoot.

We didn’t have any luck with vehicles in this film! Whether it was a scooter or a jet ski, people kept falling over. We fell off a scooter and Anushka and I also fell off a jet ski. The scene was that Anushka’s character was riding on the
scooter and I’m sitting behind her. The road in question wasn’t a smooth one and Anushka’s character was a little pagal. She was riding faster and I was sitting behind a little scared that we might fall. So, it turns out that we ended up being very true to the scene and the rocks and mitti on the roads meant, in the third take, a rock came in the middle and we went flying. We both fell off the bike. My first instinct was to make sure she was alright and when I looked up at her, and she had a few injuries. It wasn’t until much later that I realized I had hurt my calf too. The bike had toppled and the silencer had singed my calf. About 30 seconds later, I began to feel it. We were rushed to a nearby hospital for instant medical aid. It was just one of those unlucky encounters and I feel it’s made us stronger
as actors. I still tease her saying it’s her fault that we got hurt but it’s not really.

It was just something unfortunate that took place. Now when we look back, we can laugh about it but at the time it was serious. It created some chaos on set as well “oh theek hai”.

Of course, then there were the jet skis. When we were shooting, it was just so happening that the waves were very high and so it wasn’t easy. There was a time when me and this lady were on the jet ski and we did about 14 takes. The waves
were just so massive that they were impossible to tackle. We literally ended up flying off the jet ski. Even when Anushka and I were on the jet ski, we were both terrified. I don’t think I would’ve been that scared if I was doing the scene alone. It’s ok though because when audiences see the scene, it still looks like we’re having so much fun but, quite frankly, we were petrified.

It was good though. You always look back and have fond memories because you have been through something together. It brings the whole team a little closer together.

Q. Last words about Ladies vs Ricky Bahl

Firstly I would like to thank our audiences for showing so much appreciation for our first venture Band Baaja Baaraat. In Ladies vs. Ricky Bahl, it’s the same team coming to you once again, even the same editor. We are now trying to tell you a story which is vastly different and there are some fantastic additions to the team this time round. There is a brand new energy to this film which is worth witnessing for yourself. It’s fast-paced, it’s fun, it’s entertaining, it’s edgy, it’s intriguing and engaging. I am thrilled about the story we are going to tell. So on December 9th, do go and watch Ladies vs Ricky Bahl!

Well, we couldn’t have put it better ourselves. At this moment, although just one-film-old, Ranveer Singh is creating waves which are sure to have a ripple affect. We hope Ladies vs Ricky Bahl smashes the box office in a similar fashion to his debut movie, because he is one actor worth watching out for. Keep visiting Bollyspice for more Ladies vs Ricky Bahl news and stories.

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Films that make you want to go on a holiday! http://bollyspice.com/films-that-make-you-want-to-go-on-a-holiday/ Wed, 30 Nov 2011 19:46:04 +0000 http://bollyspice.com/?p=33266 Escapism is perhaps the best thing about Bollywood films. The best movies are those which have superior music, showcase talent and, quite frankly, those which successfully transport you into a different world. Sometimes, when you get to the end of a film, you feel like you want to visit the locations, not to live the same story, but to create memories of your own with your friends and family as the main cast. In recent years, Bollywood has become known for its international appeal and, arguably, Indian cinema can say it has gone global because of the different countries it

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Escapism is perhaps the best thing about Bollywood films. The best movies are those which have superior music, showcase talent and, quite frankly, those which successfully transport you into a different world. Sometimes, when you get to the end of a film, you feel like you want to visit the locations, not to live the same story, but to create memories of your own with your friends and family as the main cast. In recent years, Bollywood has become known for its international appeal and, arguably, Indian cinema can say it has gone global because of the different countries it portrays in any given film. Let’s take a look at some of the movies which make you want to go on holiday.

Rockstar, from the first impression, promised a fresh look. Nargis Fakhri isn’t a typically conventional looking Bollywood heroine and Ranbir Kapoor’s appearance in the movie was zara hatke too. Rockstar’s holiday-like backdrop was Prague. A European destination which is far cry from the Indian sub-continent makes it inevitable that one would be made to feel like going there after one has watched the film. Prague’s open fields and village-feel houses are enough to make you want to want to book your tickets now!

For a lads-only Spanish adventure, one can take inspiration from Zoya Akhtar’s Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara. A movie which is quite simply very easy to relate to, ZNMD focuses on a stag holiday but has many intertwining stories relating to the individual characters. In sunny Spain, the trio – Hrithik Roshan, Abhay Deol and Farhan Akhtar – take advantage of the availability of adventure sports in a witty and overall extremely entertaining fashion. ZNMD makes guys want to have a stag just like that in the movie. And for the girls? Well, I’m sure the guys are eye-candy enough!

Dil Chahta Hai was an earlier male-bonding film, but if you think holiday destinations only exist outside the sub-continent then this was the film to burst that bubble. This movie looked at the perfect holiday in India and that was in Goa. The sandy beaches, long drives and fun with friends is what this movie was all about. It makes you feel like exploring the sub-continent for all it is because the beauty of India is, after all, there for all to see.

For scenic perfection and a hip treatment all-round, I Hate Luv Storys fits the bill. The movie, shot in New Zealand, couldn’t provide a better background for a story which almost has Dharma Productions written all over it. Known for its fresh, clean and beautiful locations, Dharma is known for the kinds of films which look impeccable on screen. I Hate Luv Storys, starring Imran Khan and Sonam Kapoor, makes you love love stories in a reverse psychological way because it makes one feel that New Zealand is the best honeymoon destination.

Another wonderful honeymoon location can be seen is Thailand and this can be seen in no other than Kaho Naa Pyaar Hai, marking the debut of Hrithik Roshan and Amisha Patel. The popular song ‘Pyar Ki Kashti Mein’ and also the title track feature picturesque scenes of Thailand’s amazing beaches. There’s perhaps no need to say any more to sell this destination to the audiences apart from saying that it’s an out-and-out “sun, sea and sand” location.

Next is perhaps not your average holiday destination, but Scotland is also a stunner. The recent Shahid Kapoor and Sonam Kapoor starrer Mausam can vouch for it. The UK weather leaves a lot to be desired most of the time but with a film that needed the look of various seasons, Scotland became the darkest of the four terms. Scotland has also been featured in Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, specifically in the title song. It was shown then as a very green area with historical buildings to compliment the heritage look.

Another UK destination which has always been a somewhat popular backdrop is London. Featured in a few films such as Desi Boyz, Namaste London, Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham and Baghban (to name a few), London’s appeal comes in its hustle and bustle, but not quite in the same way as any other city in the world. With the scenic River Thames, popular shoots have been known to take place with Big Ben, the London Eye and Hyde Park in the background. Watch out for the London roads which will also be seen in the forthcoming Housefull 2.

For perhaps one of the best portrayals of the US, one could look to Aa Ab Laut Chalen or, more recently, My Name is Khan. Aa Ab Laut Chalen marked perhaps the very first movie ever to be shot completely in America, so it makes it to this list as a trendsetter somewhat. This tradition was carried on with other films very much later on. My Name is Khan boasts a story which wouldn’t have existed without the decades significant events to help it along and therefore, the US was a location that was compulsory for the movie.

So, although not an extensive list, Bollywood has changed in leaps and bounds with the locations and adventurous themes it now incorporates in films today in comparison with a decade ago. One only has to look at the films from yesteryear to see that Indian cinema is being recognised worldwide not just because of it’s out-of-the-box stories but also because it can boast being an aid to the tourist industry in nearly every country a film is shot in. It can be argued that, due to Yash Raj Films, Switzerland is the most popular location for Bollywood shoots but our list shows that there have been movies that have been just at successful without the Swiss familiarity to help it along. We hope we’ve made you think which films have made you want to take the plunge and go on holiday!

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Ranveer Singh: Bollywood’s new serial kisser? http://bollyspice.com/ranveer-singh-bollywoods-new-serial-kisser/ Mon, 28 Nov 2011 02:39:56 +0000 http://bollyspice.com/?p=33040 He’s been dubbed the new “serial kisser” in Bollywood. Ranveer Singh is playing the protagonist in Yash Raj Films’ next release, Ladies vs Ricky Bahl, and his character is a Casanova and quite a professional one at that, so it’s no wonder that the reputation has rubbed off on him a little too. This “serial kisser” tag came about after the one-film-old actor was arguably over-courteous with female fans during the music launch of Ladies vs. Ricky Bahl. It is thought he was particularly adhering to requests for kisses from his clearly increasing female fanbase. Recently, during the final week

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He’s been dubbed the new “serial kisser” in Bollywood. Ranveer Singh is playing the protagonist in Yash Raj Films’ next release, Ladies vs Ricky Bahl, and his character is a Casanova and quite a professional one at that, so it’s no wonder that the reputation has rubbed off on him a little too. This “serial kisser” tag came about after the one-film-old actor was arguably over-courteous with female fans during the music launch of Ladies vs. Ricky Bahl. It is thought he was particularly adhering to requests for kisses from his clearly increasing female fanbase.

Recently, during the final week of the popular Amitabh Bachchan hosted gameshow Kaun Banega Crorepati, Ranveer (with co-star Anushka Sharma in tow) wowed the audiences and Bachchan sahib himself by reciting the “mere paas Maa hai” dialogue from Bachchan’s yesteryear film, Deewaar. His charms, it seems, don’t just stop at the women. Ranveer also requested for “Jhumma Chumma” to be played as he danced around the hot-seat area enthusiastically singing his heart out to the song and impersonating the hugely well-known dance moves of the song originally re-enacted on screen by Big B.

If you’re thinking Ranveer might just turn out to be a one-hit-wonder, then you would be very mistaken. In a recent interview, he has reportedly said that he is in the process of writing a script. He has revealed that his time as a copywriter has been of great help when writing it and he also divulged that it would be a dark comedy. Many may not know that before becoming a newcomer with YRF, Ranveer had assisted a few directors. Although he is not keen on pursuing direction any time soon, it is safe to say that this young talent is here to stay, whether it is behind the screen or in front.

Ladies vs. Ricky Bahl will bring together the cast of Band Baaja Baraat, including with a few more additions. From the first promos it is evident that the music is a sure-fire hit with the audiences and no doubt it is helping with the popularity of the movie itself. Ranveer very proudly branded it a “rom-con” (a romantic con) and labelled the character he plays as a “smooth operator”.

Keep your eyes peeled here at Bollyspice as we bring you the latest in the run up to the release of Ladies vs. Ricky Bahl!

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Desi Boyz Movie Review http://bollyspice.com/desi-boyz-movie-review/ Sat, 26 Nov 2011 21:40:05 +0000 http://bollyspice.com/?p=32980 There were a few reasons one would have been looking forward to the release of Desi Boyz. Not only did the movie mark the return of the two hunks following the success of Garam Masala in 2005,Akshay Kumar and John Abraham, but it was also heavily anticipated because it would carry on the run of successes of male-centric films. The last few years have seen a number of such films; Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara, Delhi Belly and 3 Idiots to name a few. With fresh looking promos which have created a lot of excitement, Desi Boyz was sure to be

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There were a few reasons one would have been looking forward to the release of Desi Boyz. Not only did the movie mark the return of the two hunks following the success of Garam Masala in 2005,Akshay Kumar and John Abraham, but it was also heavily anticipated because it would carry on the run of successes of male-centric films. The last few years have seen a number of such films; Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara, Delhi Belly and 3 Idiots to name a few. With fresh looking promos which have created a lot of excitement, Desi Boyz was sure to be a film to watch… or was it?

The main focus of the movie is the “brother from a hotter mother” friendship between two gentlemen living in London’s Canary Wharf, Nick (John Abraham) and Jerry (Akshay Kumar). Nick, an MBA graduate, has an office job and an apartment where both he and Jerry reside. Jerry, on the other hand, does a few odd jobs here and there but doesn’t have much stability apart from that. The two couldn’t be more opposite. Recession hits them both and they are forced to become male escorts to ensure they both have money coming in and, more importantly, to show Jerry can get custody of his nephew, Veer, following the sad deaths of his sister and brother-in-law. Problems arise when Nick’s girlfriend, Radhika (Deepika Padukone), catches the duo red-handed.

As an overall benchmark, it would be safe to say that the movie has its good and bad moments. The plot is stronger in some places more than others and this is perhaps where the film falls short. Once it grabs your attention, it’s unable to keep it all the time. However, it has to be said that the freshness and contemporary feel given to the sets and locations is effective for the plot. Filmed in various locations in the UK such as Brighton and Docklands, the backdrops of the film are one of the few plus points.

As performances go, Abraham and Kumar share a truly exceptional chemistry on-screen. They both look great in Desi Boyz, good enough to give the newbies a run for their money. Their performances were admirable but it would be wrong to say that the roles were in any way challenging for either of them. Padukone and Abraham’s new jodi is one that should go far. They not only compliment each other in appearance but also seem to tie in well with one another performance-wise. Chitrangda Singh, who plays Kumar’s love interest, is a much-needed breath of fresh air. Her pairing with the Khiladi is also a good one and should be taken notice of. Singh’s performance as a sexy university lecturer ticks all the boxes, but quite frankly, there wasn’t much in the role to be able to judge the kind of talent she will prove to be according to the forthcoming films she chooses to sign. The child-star, Shraman Jain, who plays Jerry’s nephew, truly shines.

The film also incorporates a few cameo appearances that are worth a mention. Sanjay Dutt plays the “owner” of the Desi Boyz brand and the background theme music of Khalnayak makes a dismal attempt at authenticity. Omi Vaidya brings memories of 3 Idiots while playing Radhika’s (Padukone’s) date. British comedian Jeff Mirza can be seen as the boss of a fast-food joint that Jerry works at.

The soundtrack of Desi Boyz, although consisting of some preppy and feel-good songs, won’t be one that stays in the audiences’ hearts and minds for very long. Having said that, the popularity of the tracks has gathered momentum over the weeks coming up to the release of the film, namely the title track (featuring Abraham and Kumar topless), ‘Jhak Maar Ke’ and ‘Allah Maaf Kare’.

To conclude, it’s wrong to say that Desi Boyz will have you filling up with tears or laughing until your stomach hurts. In fact, it is a movie that sits very neatly between those two extremes in that it will make you laugh out loud in some places and it will also make you feel a little emotional in a few too. Nevertheless, the film’s underlying theme of friendship does well to bring warmth to the heart. Desi Boyz will leave you feeling a little bit more thankful for the friends who remain loyal even behind your back.

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The Muppets take over Bollywood! http://bollyspice.com/muppets-take-over-bollywood/ Sun, 13 Nov 2011 07:06:12 +0000 http://bollyspice.com/?p=32246 It seems the Bollywood bug hits even the most unassuming. We are not only excited but feeling a little proud to be reporting that even The Muppets have decided to embrace our very own Indian film industry in their latest trailer. Trailers of the forthcoming Muppets movie have been keeping fans and audiences intrigued in anticipation and this, the latest edition, is sure to create waves. As Empire dubbed it ‘Slumfrog Millionaire’, the trailer says “The Muppets takeover Bollywood” and sees Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy singing and dancing along Bollywood-style. Way to go for an industry which is

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It seems the Bollywood bug hits even the most unassuming. We are not only excited but feeling a little proud to be reporting that even The Muppets have decided to embrace our very own Indian film industry in their latest trailer. Trailers of the forthcoming Muppets movie have been keeping fans and audiences intrigued in anticipation and this, the latest edition, is sure to create waves.

As Empire dubbed it ‘Slumfrog Millionaire’, the trailer says “The Muppets takeover Bollywood” and sees Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy singing and dancing along Bollywood-style. Way to go for an industry which is being more and more recognised by the West everyday.

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Aazaan Movie Review http://bollyspice.com/aazaan-movie-review/ Sun, 16 Oct 2011 20:46:45 +0000 http://bollyspice.com/?p=30616 Prashant Chadha’s Aazaan is rumoured to be one of the most expensive movies til date to be churned out by Indian cinema. Tackling the never-touched-on subject of Bioterrorism, the movie’s hype was rife much before its release. With no well-known name as protagonist and a promise of a gripping tale to leave audiences thinking that this was the new era of Bollywood, Aazaan’s world premiere in Dubai only added to the excitement and hope that surrounded the film. The story revolves around an officer from India’s RAW (an intelligence agency), Aazaan Khan (played by newcomer Sachiin Joshi), who – in

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Prashant Chadha’s Aazaan is rumoured to be one of the most expensive movies til date to be churned out by Indian cinema. Tackling the never-touched-on subject of Bioterrorism, the movie’s hype was rife much before its release. With no well-known name as protagonist and a promise of a gripping tale to leave audiences thinking that this was the new era of Bollywood, Aazaan’s world premiere in Dubai only added to the excitement and hope that surrounded the film.

The story revolves around an officer from India’s RAW (an intelligence agency), Aazaan Khan (played by newcomer Sachiin Joshi), who – in order to build his reputation – is sent to various countries that have experienced terrorist attacks. He is portrayed as an expert somewhat to seek out the culprits and kill them. He sets out to clear his brothers name, who RAW believes was involved in the London Underground bombings. During his journey, he is also trying to stop the threat of a Bio-terrorist attack on the Indian sub-continent. He meets Afreen (Candice Boucher) who holds the
key to stopping the attack on India.

It has to be said that the attempt made by Aazaan to tick all the boxes of edge-of-your-seat cinema is commendable, but most definitely falls short in many places. A confusing (and at times incoherent) plot with too many characters that pop up at various intervals is enough to spoil the effort. Perhaps the initial foundation of characters and storyline could’ve been a little stronger in order to cement an audience’s understanding and emotional connection before the plot moved forward.

Those in the ensemble cast of Aazaan performed reasonably well, with special mention to the debutant Sachiin Joshi. His acting finesse and natural emotive ability comes through despite the weakness of the story. Ravi Kissen also stood out as a fellow RAW officer. Unfortunately, South-African model Candice Boucher didn’t create as much of an impact as hoped. It also seemed as if she was placed into the film unnecessarily and the movie perhaps could have done without a love story aspect. Arya Babbar doesn’t leave a mark either.

The soundtrack of Aazaan, by the talented music duo Salim-Suleiman, is on a whole new level. The twosome has given Bollywood some of its most popular songs in recent years and this album showcases their talent in a better if not similar light. ‘Afreen’ and ‘Khuda Ke Liye’ are extremely soulful and it the picturisation of the two on screen is pretty disappointing. It somehow feels as if such great music would have been better placed in a big banner film than a movie which endeavours to be a little ‘hatke’ than your average Bollywood flick.

Although the weakness in story let down Aazaan, it seems the editing could also have been much better. It is difficult to tell in many parts whether the character of Aazaan is the good guy or the villain. It could be seen that this blurriness in definition of his character, as the protagonist, is also a huge factor in determining the incoherence of the movie.

Aazaan‘s attempt falters in many categories but is worth a watch for the new style it tries to put across. It remains to be seen whether this kind of cinema is one which is brought to the forefront again or whether the shortfalls of Aazaan will be seen as lesson enough not to touch on such a subject again.

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Arjun Rampal talks Ra.One http://bollyspice.com/arjun-rampal-talks-ra-one/ Mon, 26 Sep 2011 15:54:10 +0000 http://bollyspice.com/?p=29435 Om Shanti Om is where we saw them on screen last and the duo are soon to be back on our screens together again in Ra.One. Shah Rukh Khan and Arjun Rampal have been known to share a great rapport with each other for a long time and audiences are very excited at the prospect of seeing them team up again. Rampal has gone on record to say he is extremely thankful to Khan for selecting him for the villain’s role in the forthcoming film. Rampal expressed it was a privilege to be chosen to be a part of a

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Om Shanti Om is where we saw them on screen last and the duo are soon to be back on our screens together again in Ra.One. Shah Rukh Khan and Arjun Rampal have been known to share a great rapport with each other for a long time and audiences are very excited at the prospect of seeing them team up again.

Rampal has gone on record to say he is extremely thankful to Khan for selecting him for the villain’s role in the forthcoming film. Rampal expressed it was a privilege to be chosen to be a part of a project which King Khan has been preparing for and dreaming of for no less than three years. Rampal has become known and appreciated for his roles which are dark-shaded. The actor has also confessed to being clean-shaven at all times during the Ra.One shoot.

Although he has not been seen so far in any of the promotional trailers of the movie, Rampal has said he has worked very hard for the role. The movie is all set for a London premiere and a Diwali release.

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