Sunday, April 1, 2012

Kangna Ranaut strips for Ajay Devgn!



Khoon Bhari Maangs, Daminis and Mrityudands less likely to occur as the propagator of the Women's Day, Bollywood, as you think. Bollywood remains a field dominated by men, both off-screen and on screen. Not that the situation in which the cliché hero rescues the heroine from the clutches of the evil unhappy drama. It occurs more often than taking heroin with an ax and free. Sometimes it is hidden, and you may have to look at a movie or a scene twice tn see, but still there. We bring you one of the campaign are easily pass for an accepted behavior, even jokes!

Rascals: After his vision is restored, Khushi (Kangna Ranaut) visits Bhagat (Ajay Devgn) at the hospital. He pretends that the bright yellow colour of her shirt is affecting his eyes and asks that she should take it off. She immediately does so and, standing there in her innerwear, she dumbly asks, “Is it better now?” He looks at her lecherously and says, “It is the best.”

Rehnaa Hai Terre Dil Mein: Madhav (Madhavan) pretends to be Rajiv (Saif Ali Khan) and woos Reena (Dia Mirza). When she finds out his true identity and breaks up with him, he blames her and sings about how you can never believe a woman. Hello, who was the liar here? Later, he and Rajiv get into a fight over who deserves the lady – and no, she is not asked for her choice. The film ends with Rajiv handing Reena over to Madhav with a little speech. As if she was just a piece of property.

Ready: Prem (Salman Khan) tries to impress Sanjana's (Asin) family so that they will agree to let him marry her. How does he do it? He tells them that he and Asin make a perfect match as he is a kutta (dog) and she is a kutiya (bitch).

Dum Maaro Dum: Describing the state of affairs in Goa, a character says, “Over here, liquor is cheap and women are cheaper.” The line had women’s organisations up in arms and Goans upset that the film fraternity that parties on their beaches also insults them. What we dislike is the way women are always used as a measure of society’s lack of growth. Men buy the liquor and the women, but don’t bear the brunt of their actions. Isn’t that what Silk (Vidya Balan) says in The Dirty Picture too?

RA.One: Sonia (Kareena Kapoor) is against the way certain common words that are demeaning to women are accepted by society as slang. She is even doing a thesis on the subject. How come she doesn’t have a problem when some strange men – back-up dancers - take off her skirt in the Criminal song? She continues waggling her behind in a little white dress.