Indians&Hindus Must Ban silly and shallow Hollywood&silly and shallow song-dance Bollywood moviies&actors from their lives!How many hindus&patriots have seen the greatest ever film ever,Aaashani Sanket or Distant Thunder,made by great Satyajit Ray relating to the Bengal Famine!During the second world war, the british looters and colonizers packed and sent millions of tonnes of food stuffs to England starving millions of hindus to death and the great film by Satyajitji foucsses on this himalayan tragedy or holocaust! What is more the great non-violent saint or great freedom fighter mahatma ganhdee kept quiet all along when millions of hindus were being starved to death and it was this very same mahatma ganchee who asked all hindus and indians to support england in world war and this resulted in Deaths of thousands and thousands of hindus,sikhs and buddhists in World war too.After seeing the great film& after seeing india's pitiable state now as a slavish nation begging for help from western and british looters preventing indian slaves even to visit the western countries& preventing them even from entering UK&Europe&USA,etc all Hindus will be forced now to weep now&for decades together too, is it not???What a shame, Majority Hindus&Patriotic Indians that you consider the fake feedom fighters&double agents as great freedom fighters
Re: Liz this photo can be only compared with Madhuri Dixit in Puk
by Arun on Mar 25, 2011 02:31 AM
Hehe... These senseless onl knew Bollywood and Hollywood. Bollywood because they live on it everyday and Hollywood because they get to hear or read about it. Frogs in the well.
The 1940s and 50s and 60s - the era of some of the most beautiful ladies to grace the silver screens world over. Elizabeth Taylor, Grace Kelly, Audrey Hepburn and Ingrid Bergman in the west, Madhubala, Meena Kumari, Waheeda and Sadhana back home. The charm of these ladies lay in the fact that they were ladies, enacted roles where they were loved and cherished .. and protected. Before the age of sexual equality turned leading ladies into quasi men. Now most of them have gone ... Will the world be as beautiful again ?
Re: The end of an era
by piri on Mar 27, 2011 02:43 PM
There is one difference you have overlooked !
While the 'back home' ladies such as Madhubala, meena kumari, etc. were all acutely aware of the details about Elizabeth Taylor, Grace Kelly, etc., the latter did not even know that 'Bollywood' existed !!!