Given the number of romantic films releasing this year-Aashiqui 2,Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani, Raanjhana, Ram Leela and several more to come it's no secret that we're a sucker for romantic films.Bollywood basically breathes "romance"-every decade offering a cult favourite that send women into hysterical giggles or sobs;case in point-DDLJ,Mughal-E-Azaam,Lamhe,Silsila,etc.The new millenium had it's share of romantic films,ranging from no-brainer rom-coms to heavy historical dramas and while half of them were cheesy,corny,cringe-worthy,there have been others which are utterly charming,refreshingly
When browsing though a book store the other day, I noticed a book that read 'How to love your half-sibling'. While pondering over this topic, my mind wandered into the fairy land of Bollywood and began noticing that Bollywood indeed has a trend of half-siblings. As I began collecting information on these siblings, I noticed something interesting. Some of them are full of love for each other and some others seem like they do not belong together...Now, what could have caused these differences in feelings? That is not so easy to decipher...human relationships never are.
It's that time of the year, when Valentine's Day doth appear. And whether you're out all day with your significant other, or spending the day alone cuddled up in a blanket and the TV, or having an Anti-V Day party with friends, you can't escape from the magic of romantic Bollywood movies.
Contrary to what most people believe, the revenue a film makes isn't just what makes or breaks a stars career these days.
"Spoken words are broken eggs"; think of the million things that you may have said in your life. They would sound pretty funny & irrelevant now. While you wish that you would have rather not said some of those things, some others may still bring a smile to your face. Well, thank your stars that they are not on record on some part of the web.