KBC fever and something on Indian (Bollywood) Actors from Lahore

Some actors occupy the state; few rule it. Some actors hold an audience; few possess it. Some actors light up a scene, few ignite the entire film. These combustible few blaze with extraordinary factors of acting-intensity,
intelligence and authority. There is a charisma apart from the role itself and when, they tread the screen, the co-stars are as mesmerized as the audience. Though Paki people are so so far away from Indians in many senses. But I could never understand (and actually interestingly became crazy to see) why a small girl from Lahore can be so much emotionally attached to the infamous Amitabh Bachan aka Ameet ji. The girl that happens to be my cousin sister, a Lahori school going kid at just the age of 12, a mind-bogglingly drowned under Start Plus craze had kept her screen name on her MSN as: Please pray for

4 Comments so far

  1. Darwaish (unregistered) on December 30th, 2005 @ 10:17 am

    lol @ saas bi bahoo thing..arghh.. i hate it but for some reason which is beyond my naqis aqal.. our parents n grandparents seem to luv it..

    anyways..dont be too happy, its gonna be back in a coupla days ..says reliable n khufia resource :D

  2. mina (unregistered) on December 30th, 2005 @ 11:02 am

    too bad the paani stopped working after partition… *image of horribly tacky billboard for local flick ‘jism’ dancing in head*

  3. Akshay (unregistered) on December 30th, 2005 @ 12:11 pm

    You should have seen the media circus that had assembled outside Mr Bachan’s hospital in Bombay. Amusingly it made frontpage news here in India for quiet some time.
    I don’t know if you guys get Star One, its new channel Startv has launched and has shows of a better callibre.

  4. Balloon-o-Eight (unregistered) on December 30th, 2005 @ 2:00 pm

    Did Mr. Bachhan suffer from a Heart problem???

    I had heard of his liver/stomach being the root of the problem…

    And yes, that “Bhaoo Thi” kept me smiling for a moment.

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