He said that he used to go to the same country club as her and stare at her in her bathing suit and that she “ushered him from a boy to a man” or something like that. I get that he was trying to compliment her because was a huge fan but it was soooo inappropriate.
I actually just sort of answered this on my personal blog here.
But it’s important to know exactly what the program at your school encompasses. As far as I’m concerned, the broader the program is, the better. Film is one of those things where you don’t necessarily HAVE to have a degree, but of course it’s best if you do. What you do afterwards depends on your own personal interests and the opportunities that come your way. But media is such a huge field and it’s growing so much, as long as you’re getting a good education, you should be able to find a job in almost any major company that utilizes visual media. It just won’t necessarily be in film specifically. Not everyone ends up working for Spielberg or Harvey Weinstein or Yash Raj, you know? Film and media mixes art and business so there’s no one set path, you sort of just have to go with it lol
He pouts! It’s just kind of his thing, I don’t know lol
I can’t like, answer this definitively. She was working in marketing at Yash Raj before she became an actress, so you could say that was her ~in~ into the film industry. But I wouldn’t be surprised if her cousin put in a good word for her. I mean having a cousin who is already a huge star makes it pretty hard to believe you just happened to become one out of the blue yourself. That said, she debuted in a supporting role and made a huge impression so I think the credit for her success should be given only to her.
As for your second question, I think they’re pretty close! Maybe not best friends but certainly not like Kajol and Rani lol
In my own (rather dead set) opinion :)
I think she’s absolutely awful (except she DID say something really awesome once to Karan Johar about marriage but otherwise she sucks). A total pseudo intellectual who is a TERRIBLE writer and is, quite frankly, just flat out mean-spirited.
Like, what upcoming movie? (what movie in the whole of history is too hard to choose from so we’ll just go with upcoming movies)
I think I’d want to do Haider, it’s one of the movies I’m most excited for and I really like Shraddha already so yeah, we’ll go with that.
There are a lot of interesting guest combos I’d want to see, but they’d probably never happen. So I don’t know. Just to be realistic, I’d want Aishwarya and Preity because they’re too of my favorites and they’re friends. Also, Vidya and SRK would make a great pair.
Season one :D
I really enjoyed it! A lot more than I thought I would. Nargis is a gem and for some reason it’s great hearing an American accent, that too such a strong New York one. It’s charming. And it really highlights the cultural difference between Indian actresses and people like Nargis who are imports. She doesn’t feel like she needs to fit in, she just acts the way any American girl would act, and I like that (being an American girl myself lol). And I love what she said about Rockstar. How would you feel if someone gave you two months to learn Mandarin and then made you the lead actress in one of the biggest Chinese releases of the year? People made her into a joke but the blame rests solely on Imtiaz Ali’s shoulders.
I’m back and forth on Freida, I do think she thinks she’s too good for Bollywood now, but I wouldn’t be surprised to see her in a Hindi production eventually, like from a ~super srs~ director. Anyway, it was cute how she and Nargis were so supportive of each other.
It was fine. I had a good laugh sometimes. They’re both beautiful and it was the first time I’d heard Nargis speak lol. However, I have very little interest in them and I read a review on here of the episode and they pointed out that Nargis doesn’t seem to be interested in the industry. As in she doesn’t want to improve or even be an actress which irks me because she could potentially take up someone else’s screen space.
Shobha’s writing is awful. But I think it the whole Sonam/Shobha feud, they’re both to blame. Neither really acted like the adult women they are. At least when Sonam was on KWK, she explained that part of her grudge against Shobha was due to all the terrible things she’d said previously.
There’s a lot more dignity in silence, though, and I wish people would learn that. Either that, or figure out how to low-key sass someone and still come out smelling like roses lol
I hope you find a way to appreciate new Bollywood (like maybe not watching the movies with your parents) because there’s a lot that it’s bringing to the table that I believe are positive changes. Everything changes, that’s the only constant, but Bollywood is also beginning to explore new, interesting topics and even if you’re not in love with the new generation (I’m not either), there are definitely a lot of films out there that are worth watching!