Friday, May 28, 2010


Saifeena, Bollywood’s hottest couple, has reached a new peak in attracting media attention and is abstaining from seeing each other in order to avoid dangerous consequences.

Just last week no less, Kareena and her beau set foot outside to buy some snacks for guests who had dropped by unexpected. The pair unfortunately had to run back empty handed as a stampede of paparazzi followed their every step, causing an earthquake of 3 degrees on the Richter scale throughout the swank Bandra suburb.

Saturday, May 22, 2010


A man nearly drowned today in a river near his home. The man, identified as Narcissus Papadopoulos, had just been released from a post-surgical unit after receiving a plastic surgery procedure to look like his favorite actor, Hrithik Roshan. “He is a long-time fan of Hrithik,” said neighbor Achilles Argyros.

“There was an open casting call for a film starring Hrithik Roshan after the release of 'Kites' and they needed a look-a-like. Narcissus thought it was the chance of a lifetime, but looked nothing like Hrithik. He made the crazy decision to have the surgery, ignoring the desperate pleas of his friends and family.”

Sunday, May 16, 2010


Rumors have been flying around Akshay Kumar’s loyal fandom in anticipation of an amazing follow-up to the super hit “Heyy Babyy” which shall release this spring. The film promises to be a first in Indian cinema. Always wanting to reach for the next level, Akshay Kumar is bringing the innovative magic of 4-D technology to a theatre near you.

Although the much awaited sequel follows a familiar story-line chocked full of handsome heroes, gorgeous heroines, and plenty of masala drama mixed in with slapstick comedy, this time AK promises to bring you an experience like no other. Sources close to Kumar’s camp tell us that the film is definitely going to make audiences a part of the action: from sneezing to wheezing to coughing, “Hayy Feverr” indeed promises to give audiences a “blast” of excitement.

Saturday, May 8, 2010


Picture taken by: Zeineb -
Paris (PTI)
A meeting with the famous superstar Aamir Khan is a dream come true for many, but for this fan it was anything but pleasurable. The fan who requested that his name be withheld to avoid ridicule, recalled the fateful meeting with the star.

"We were led into this big room at the hotel. The table had some beverages and cookies set out, and I helped myself while waiting for Aamir." The fan who admitted to having consumed a large Diet Coke en route to the meet, said that drinking two cups of tea was a huge mistake.

Saturday, May 1, 2010

TWITTER: A New Menace Looms over Bollywood’s Tinsel Town (Humour/Spoof)

Given that the Hindi Cinema Blog did not celebrate April Fools' Day properly and we were really missing it, we have decided to give our readers an amusing month of May with one spoof article per weekend. We hope you enjoy each weekend with us! :-) 

Twitter’s popularity among Indian film celebrities seems to be on the rise with the likes of Shah Rukh Khan, Priyanka Chopra, Shammi Kapoor and Deepika Padukone actively posting status updates for the joy of their fans and the fellow film fraternity. Cocky messages, spats or even alleged love affairs spotted on Twitter have therefore been making the joys of entertainment journalists, who have come to rely on this specific social network as a great bread-earning opportunity.

The medical research department at the Mumbai Health Association have however expressed growing concern and suspicion following a strange incident involving none other than actor Salman Khan.

Saturday, January 9, 2010

An International Take on 3 IDIOTS

3 Idiots is Rajkumar Hirani’s newest directorial venture and has become the biggest grosser in the history of Indian cinema in a matter of days after its release. The 3 members of our international film review team at the Hindi Cinema blog have watched the film in each of their respective locations around the world and are eager to give their take on it to you, our readers. Given that they are known to interrupt each other constantly, they have roped in journalist Woogie McFinklestein, correspondent for “Idiots Weekly Magazine”, to try and collect their opinions in the form of a civilized interview. Let us see if he succeeds.

Thursday, November 12, 2009

GHAJINI Statue Leaves Medical Experts Concerned

Aamir Khan's woes regarding the new version of the Ghajini mini statue are apparently not over. After a series of protests broke out in Maharashtra against the statue's release date, which commemorated a historical defeat of the Bombay cricket team, customers who have purchased the doll are massively returning to shops and requesting a refund.

Reports reveal that once the doll has been functioning for 15 minutes, its various features start to fail. A long time female fan of Aamir Khan returned the doll upon claims that it had tried to shove two Koiba marbles down her nostrils after she had played with it shortly.