Iman, 21, London. Inhaling and exhaling Indian cinema.
'These sudden joys have sudden endings. They burn up in victory like fire and gunpowder' - Shakespeare

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aishmovingherfaceslightly:

Happy 7th Anniversary to Bollywood’s Cutest Couple!

[April 20, 2007] “In some ways, we feel like a newly-married old couple. It feels like we’ve spent our entire lives together, but then it’s still a thrill to wake up in the morning and see her lying next to me.”

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yaybasanti:

CHARACTERS WE LOVE
|| don / shahrukh khan / don

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itsbollywood:

Meena Kumari

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Scriptwriters are surely treated shabbily. But I think the entire issue is basically about an age-old mindset. The producer’s concern has always been to raise money for their films, and writers have somehow never featured among those factors that can bring in money. Neither distributors nor financiers have ever been curious about writers since the fifties. It has always been about big stars mainly, followed by music directors and lyricist because they have been directly involved with the money-making exercise through music sales.
They all fail to understand a simple thing: If writers do not write good stories, they can go and shoot in Switzerland or America with 2-D or 3-D technology, but it’s not going to work at the box-office. Indian cinema is still very much about storytelling and not dazzling special effects.

Rajkumar Hirani (via itsbollywood)
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bollywood boys ± ship

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Aishwariya rai at Cannes 2014

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