My take on Bollywood in 2012

I made a similar post last year.

1) Hrithik in Agneepath– Agneepath was a tough one to be remade and Karan Malhotra did good by having a fresh take towards it. The best thing about this movie was Hrithik as Vijay Deenanath Chauhan. Hrithik did really well by portraying a famous character in his own way and not trying to repeat anything Big B had done in the original. He excelled in the fight sequences, as well as in the emotional family scenes. The best thing about Hrithik’s performance was that since it was distinct and dedicated, it took all scope of comparison out of the frame. A very good performance.

2) Irrfan in Paan Singh Tomar-I found Paan Singh Tomar a really average film. I thought the direction was average and so was the cinematography and background score. However despite some noteworthy flaws, Paan Singh Tomar became a legendary film, due to a tour de force performance by Irrfan. He was the Paan Singh Tomar right from the first till the last frame. It was one of those once in career kind of performances. Fortunately, with an actor like Irrfan, we may be able to see many more of these.

3) Sujoy Ghosh for the original screenplay in Kahaani-Everyone like Vidya Balan in Kahaani, and so did I. She was fantastic; but what stood for me, and stayed with me for a long time was the screenplay of Kahaani. A rare edgy thriller from Bollywood that surpassed all other in its genre. Some argued that its climax was inspired from the Angelina Jolie film, but again, it was only that part that resembled that film, the real twist was the one that stumped everyone. This is THE bollywood thriller to be remembered.

4) Some Comedy bits in Chaar Din Ki Chandni -CCKC was your one more comedy film, however there were some genuinely hilarious scenes, involving, Tushaar Kapoor, Mukul Dev, Sushant Singh and Chandrachur Singh. I couldn’t help myself laughing non-stop during those scenes. I wouldn’t recommend the film but would recommend some scenes from it.

5)The simplicity of Vicky Donor-To be honest, I found Vicky donor, a decent to good film with some light moments. However, what I really appreciate about VD is its simplicity and how it said a lot without saying it put loudly or repetitively. Everyone from Ayushman to Bebe to Anu Kapoor to Yamini and to the director Shootjit Sarkar kept it very simple and extremely down to earth. That’s where Vicky Donor found its connection with the audience.

6) The Rathore in Rowdy Rathore-Akshay Kumar played a double role in RR. While many would have like the Rowdy comedian , I preferred the Rathore. In fact, Akshay’s role as Vikram rathore is what he has been missing in the last 10 years or so- an out and out action role of a tough guy.

7) Aditi Rao’s looks in London, Paris, New York– The film was poorly inspired from Before Sunrise and Before Sunset, with hardly any memorable moments, except Aditi Rao’s looks in the film. She looked better than any actress in the past year. Her french look was the most delightful part of the film and she carried it off with elan. Very beautiful actress. Looking forward to seeing more of her films.

8) Zeishan Quadri, Akhilesh,Sachin Ladia,Anurag Kashyap for the screenplay of GOW-2 – I hated GOW-1 for what it was. GOW-2 however, was “kick ass” in its truest meaning. A screenplay so crisp and so inviting for a mind orgasm that you cant get enough of it. I know the performances by Nawaaz and the gang were superlative but it was the narrative and the lines and the language that made GOW-2 what it was. Hats off to the writers.

8) Ranbir in Barfi-What was it about Barfi that made a relatively small , in a way offbeat film to achieve the success. Well the reasons could be many but the one that holds the most significance is “Ranbir Kapoor”. A ton of scenes from this movie was copied inspired from a ton of movies and even knowing all that I couldn’t hate Barfi and the reason- again Ranbir Kapoor. A performance so honest and splendid that I can sit for 3 hours and watch a movie where the lead character is a deaf mute again. Ranbir Kapoor deserves a big applause for doing something different and doing it the way it should be – honestly.

9) Sridevi in English Vinglish-Ram Gopal Verma said he wants to touch Gauri shinde’s feet for making English vinglish- and I can understand why. Sridevi returned the big screen and how? No shor sharaba, no big lines, no loud melodrama and yet, Sri wins your heart every time she smiles in the movie. It was such a great experience the audience almost swooning over a yester year actress delievering a knock out performance in one of the better films of the year. I know it’s a cliché but I’ll say it anyways- I can’t imagine anyone else playing Shashi and making English Vinglish what it became other than Sridevi.

10) Aamir In Talaash– Yes Zoya Akhtar and Reemi Kagti kind of disappointed with the climax of the film. Yes it did not live upto the hype it created and yes, it wasn’t as good as we all wanted it to be yet Talaash did give us one of the best performances of the year given that we had some pretty good ones this year. Aamir Khan’s portrayal of Surjan Shekhawat, the stressed , emotionally devastated and the restless, insomniac cop was a great performance indeed. Not for a second did Aamir waiver off from the character and one could see the pain and trauma of such a character on Aamir’s face. A great subtle performance, which helped Talaash more than anything else.

11) Chulbul Salman Pandey In Dabangg2– Yes I know, even a lot of Fans were disappointed and that kind of was expected as people were expecting the story of the “Dabangg” to go forward while actually, it regressed to a point that there was no story per say. However, dispite that major flaw, Dabangg worked for me providing non-stop entertainment without a single dull moment and all of this because of one and one person only- Chulbul Pandey aka Salman Khan. Salman lived the character of the notorious Robinhood Pandey (now also known as Kung fu Pandey) in each frame of the movie. It was almost as if I was watching a documentary of a UP cop called Chulbul Pandey. Hats off to Salman for making this character unforgettable.

12) The story, screenplay, Paresh and intention of Oh My God– Undoubtedly the best movie of the year and arguably the most important movie of Indian Cinema in the last decade or so.  OMG Oh My god’s plot is very simple- Something that a lot of Indians discuss over a coffee table , probably everyday among friends- Unfortunately, most of us make sure, that such conversations stay limited to the coffee table, or the Office Desk or the college Cafeteria. The makers and writers of OMG, did the bravest of things by bringing such voices to the big screen and in their original unadulterated form. The honesty and rawness of OMG is what it makes so damn important and its treatment makes it a must watch. Having said that, the gigantic brave task could not have been accomplished without a brave leader and Paresh Rawal does just that. He delivers a knock out performance and more importantly says each line in the movie in the most believable way possible. You can see that Kanji believes in his words very strongly and that there are very strong reasons behind it. OMG and Paresh Rawal are the undoubtedly the best thing about Bollywood this year.
What I thought was okay to good but could have been better

1) PST- I found Paan Singh Tomar a very average film. It was the performance of Irrfan that stands out but apart from that, it required a tighter screenplay and much better camera work. Something that PST needed badly was a great background score and I think that would have made a whole lot of difference. Tigmanshu Dhulia is an efficient director and he’s proven it many times in the Past but as far as PST is concerned, he could have been better.
2) TEZZ – Won’t say much about it. It was just an okay film which didn’t bore me. Had the writers done their job a tad better, it would have been much better a film.

3) ETT– Watching the first half of ETT, it seemed, Salman Khan has finally moved on from the senseless genre and his performance was really likable. But all the good work of ETT in the first half, was simply ruined by a stupid, idiotic storyline and a rushed mindless second half. It was almost the director/producers said–chalo bht ho gayi story, now let’s bank on salman’s stardom. huh!!

4)Raaz 3– I am a sucker for Horror films and make sure I check them out- good or bad. Raaz 3 was a typical Vikram Bhatt horror flick and it did manage to create some chills and thrills. although, better visuals and sound could have made this much much better. I liked Vikram’s Haunted 3D a lot and hence was a bit disappointed by this. Nonetheless, watchable for viewers of this genre.

5) Priyanka Chopra in Barfi– I heard a lot of praises of Priyanka for her role in Barfi. I would say no doubt she did a good job but she couldn’t make it memorable the way Ranbir did. She was subtle at some times and quite dramatic at other times. It was like she needed more rehearsal and more information about the character she was portraying. A good effort nonetheless, although it could have been a great one.

6) The climax of Talaash-I would’t have criticized Reema Kagti and Zoya Akhtar had there not been a Sixth Sense or the others or Stirs of Echoes. But since all those movies exist, I expected something more original from them and what they presented was admirable yet unsatisfying. The climax of Talaash was a big disappointment for me and something that almost ruined a fairly engaging film.

And now the last part- what I did not like in 2012

1)The Shamelessness of Abbas Mastan- Players

Abbas Mastan didn’t just copy The Italian job, they copied it so blindly and shamelessly that the outcome was even more pathetic than the already mediocre movie. The whole story, the steal job was exactly the same. The most surprising part was they even used the same goddamn mini coopers that were used in the Edward Nortan starrer. It was almost like; did they even work on the screenplay, apart from adding stupid songs?

2)Sanjay dutt’s joke of a performance in Agneepath

Sanjay Dutt’s performance of Kaancha cheena in the new age Agneepath was a disaster. Kaancha Cheena was not about muscles (or flab in this case). He was about meanness . Sanjay Dutt looked fat and the bald look just added to the buffoonery. The only place where this worked was while he was bashing Hrithik in the climax.His dialog delivery was his career worst. It was almost like the directory had forcefully pulled Sanjay out of an all you can eat buffet and asked him to act.

3)The insult of a story by Shakun Batra for Ek Mai aur Ek tu

Shakun Batra-  The protégé of Karan  “Ha ha “ Johar came up with a story so sick and regressive that even Kjo’s KKHH started to look substantial in some sense. He basically asked the nerds out there to get used and manipulated by hot chicks and wait for that time to come.- In other words, wait for a drunk party and you may get laid, until then just hold her purse.

4) The mismanagement of himself by Madhavan (Jodi breakers)
 Madhavan looked his career worst, careless and shabby in Jodi Breakers. He was fat (not that fat is a problem, but you should carry it off), uncomfortable and stuffed in those suits. Even his acting was so rushed that, made the brilliant actor look so outright mediocre.

5) Madhur Bhandarkar’s dishonesty in Heroine

Madhur Bhandarkar wrote his career worst screenplay for Heroine. A screenplay so hollow and narrow, that even David Dhawan seemed considerate in front of it. Heroine was written as if he just wanted one actress to cry and look awfully depressed all the time.  No rhyme or reason for her behaving that way- just cry, cry and cry more. The movie’s screenplay deviated from the main topic of the film and just became about one particular case. Opportunity wasted.

6) The Chopras bringing out the worse in them and in Bollywood

Jab tak hai Jaan proved to be the most pathetic movie of last 10 years or so. A screenplay so absurd, it could have only come out of Aditya chopra’s writing. A movie just harping on love love, jesus jesus , memory memory and lust lust. Unexpected pathetic moments, unrequired awfully long length and a stupid narrative. Nothing about this movie seemed right. It was a new low for Bollywood and it came from the biggest moviemakers in Bollywood.

7) Anurag Kashyap’s bore saga of Gangs Of Wasseypur -1

I had huge expectations from the writer of Satya coming up with his own version of Desi Gangs and their lives and boy, I was disappointed and how!! GOW-1 may be exactly what Kashyap wanted to show, but for me it became a sad tale of the lusts of Wasseypur. The first part did not have anything to offer except a painfully long story created around continuing moments of Sardar Khan drooling over his wives and mistresses. There was nothing remember or appreciate as far as story or direction is concerned. It never took off as a Gang story and rather just remained a lust story for maximum of its duration. Excellent performances just a ridiculously bad story. Sheer Disappointment.

Last but not the least; I have to salute S.S. Rajamouli for writing a superb innovative script and having the talent to brilliantly execute it. Even though it was not technically Bollywood, but I would still like to give it credit as I feel language was not really the factor here. It was a universal script and a must watch film for all. Eega was brilliant.


  1. sputnik 11 years ago

    Agree about Hrithik in Agneepath but I think the best thing about Agneepath was Rishi.

    Yes Irrfan was excellent in Paan Singh Tomar and it was one of those once in career kind of performances. The second haf did not live upto the expectations of the first half.

    Yes I liked Kahaani a lot and it is the best film for the year. Loved Vidya Balan in Kahaani. Yeah last scene was copied. I think the real twist is also inspired from The Usual Suspects in that it is a inversion of it. But getting inspired like that is completely ok.

    I liked Vicky Donor a lot. Everyone was good Ayushman, Anu Kapoor, Yamini, women who played Ayushman’s mother, grandmother and Yamini’s father and aunt.

    Did not like RR. My take on Akshay – “Akshay acts well in both the roles though there is not much change between the two characters. They could have given him some karate/kung fu action as Vikram Rathore atleast. Why take Akshay in a action movie and not utilize him for what he is good/famous for.”

    I liked Ranbir in only one scene – the scene outside Ileana’s house. He was brilliant in that one scene.

    Yes Sridevi was very good in English Vinglish. I always hated Sridevi before except for a couple of performances. To me she was talented but used to irritate with her overacting. What I liked most is instead of making a comeback in some star relaunch with some top male star she did it in a small movie in a author backed role.

    Agree with you about Aamir In Talaash.

    I did not like Dabangg 2 as much as Dabangg – it was liked watching Action Replay of Dabangg. I liked Salman as Chulbul Pandey in Dabangg and there was not much change.

    Liked Paresh and Oh My God a lot. One of the best movies of the year for me. It deserved better production values. Yes subject wise it is a very important film to make.

    ETT was ok timepass movie.

    Did not like Priyanka Chopra in Barfi. She was playing complete retard.

    For me Talash was almost ruined from the underwater scene where Kareena rescues him and spoonfeeding scenes.

    Players was a official remake of The Italian Job. I liked The Italian Job starring Mark Wahlberg. It was fun. Edward Norton was good, Jason Statham was good. Charlize Theron looked great. And the Seth guy was funny.

    Ha Ha I did not hate Sanjay Dutt. He was good in some scenes and looked menacing but needed better dialogues. The way promos built his character the result was a big disappointment.

    I watched EMAET and its basically a nothing movie. The movie was so boring and I did not care for it after a few minutes. I don’t know why some people and critics were praising this movie so much.

    LOL on JTHJ. It was not the most pathetic movie in last 10 years – there are worse movies than this. It was definitely bad, boring and excessively long.

  2. ank_16n 11 years ago

    1) Hrithik in Agneepath—-Yup Hrithik might have done a great job but for me movie as well as Vijay dinanath chauhan …i don’t like harsh words but Character of Hrithik was a big joke on iconic character of Vijay dinanath chauhan.

    2) Rishi kapoor–Now he again showed what a class actor He is Rauf lala rocks..!!

    3) Irrfan in Paan Singh Tomar—Great movie..!!

    4) Chaar Din Ki Chandni—yup i totally agree with u ….couple of scenes of Mukul dev were damn Hilarious !!

    5) Vicky Donor—Didn’t liked …may be it is liked by people who haven’t seen such characters and their living style in Real life but i have seen even much better punjabi characters and Delhi life its badly copied …below average movie..!!

    6) Rowdy Rathore–Before watching RR i had seen Its south original some 8-10 times and i can bet on it that RR was much-much good movie than that
    south version on every aspect..!!

    7) English Vinglish—Brilliant movie ….Sridevi was just like living the character..!!

    8) Aamir In Talaash—didn’t liked the 2nd half though 1st half was Awesome..!!

    9) Oh My God—Every Thing was perfect about this movie except 1-2 cenes….Paresh rawal is the best Actor and OMG is best movie of 2012..!!

    10) ETT—didn’t liked one bit ….movie was on par with Bodyguard for me..!!

    11) Raaz 3—worst horror movie but a good Comedy movie I was laughing in 5-6 scenes..!!

    12) Players–Kind of liked it….though if someone was looking for Italian job then he has not seen any Abbas-Mustan movie before..!!

    and forgot Eega—–was a brilliant movie Have seen all rajmoulli movies and I rate him the best director in India right now even above Raju Hirani..!!

  3. Baba Ji 11 years ago

    very good post. agree with most of the choices. Liked the “what i didnt like ” section even more 😀

  4. sputnik 11 years ago

    I just commented about the post but I forgot to praise the post. Excellent post suprabh.

    Was planning to do something similar like My Top 5 films of the year, My Top 5 performances of the year and so on but you kind of beat me with this post. I was waiting to watch GOW before making that post.

    • FS 11 years ago

      I got an idea Sirji,

      Why dont u make a post on top 5/10 films tht u saw last year?

  5. FS 11 years ago

    Was just thinking why didnt you post this thread here earlier? It was lying low on the sidebar of NG for many days 😛

    Agree with most but disagree with few. Didnt liked Dabang2 but liked EMAET

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      Suprabh 11 years ago


      It hasn’t been even 24 hours since I posted it on NG.

  6. FS 11 years ago

    I also forgot to praise… Excellent Post

  7. Bored 11 years ago

    Nice post here. Agree with most of it – didnt find GOW so terrible! 🙂

  8. Serenzy 11 years ago

    Fab Post Suppy!

    Now, Go Watch SHANGHAI.

    • ank_16n 11 years ago

      Shanghai are u serious Serenzy…..
      have heard some really bad comments about the movie…. 🙂

  9. I.One 11 years ago

    Good post Sup.

    I think Agneepath deserves better appreciation. It was the best masala movie, yes better than Rowdy Rathore and Dabangg 2. I am specifically looking forward to awards, not for any major one but “Male playback singing award.” The song “Abhi Mujhme Kahin”, is one of the best song to come of out of India last decade. The song had good lyrics, but it was the voice of Sonu Nigam which took it not couple, but many notches high.

    Did not liked Kahaani much, thought it had copied many scenes from Hollywood movies. Same with Barfi, though Ranbir was good in the movie.

    Best movie of the year has to be Oh My God! Great concept, great writing, great script and a daring movie.

    Couple of movies from Hollywood were great too, The Dark Knight Rises and Life of Pi. I have mentioned somewhere that TDKR had that pace which TDK had and it was this time more about Bruce Wyne/Batman than Bane, unlike TDK where Joker was the showstopper. Life of Pi is the best visually satisfying movie for me. It does have a great emotional connect, but the lead actor Richard Parker (the Tiger) leaves one spellbound with his performance. Ya, for me the best actor of the year is Richard Parker (as Shekhar Kapoor mentioned in his tweet).

    These were the highlights for me last year from silver screen.

  10. dwnpiyush 11 years ago

    1. I liked most things in Agneepath. But yes Hrithik was fab. But then he usually is. Good thing he was not made to ham like Bachchan from the original.

    2.I liked most things in Paan Singh Tomar. But yes Irrfan was fab. But then he usually is. Best thing about the movie was that the low budget wasn’t visible on screen. Apart from the race scenes, the rest was executed with much creative opulence.

    3. Kahaani was brilliant. Read its script if you are interested. It is out- posted on moifightclub

    4. and 5. PASS Haven’t seen either Char din ki chandni or Vicky Donor

    6. Really enjoyed Rowdy Rathore- and yes the Rathore was Rowdier than Rowdy

    7. Haven’t seen London Paris new York

    8. Yet to see Barfi

    9. Sridevi in English Vinglish. She was fab of course, but it was a director’s film. Really impressive debut. My fav film this year.

    10. Talaash too was more of a director/writer film. So I will give its makers more credit than Aamir. But then he is always a creative force- so thumbs up for him too.

    11. Dabangg 2- it has done the worst case scenario in mind. And not surprisingly it was the worst remake possible with that character and Salman. Salman was fab as an actor- but he should have been better as a co-director/co-writer/contributor/producer. A major disappointment for me. Lazy film-making. and that’s why I really loved Ek Tha Tiger. It was fresh, it was subtle/sensible yet wholesome, opulent- and it made an effort. Kudos to Ek Tha Tiger.

    12. Agree with OMG. My second fav film this year. Akshay deserves the credit for backing it.

    The Things I liked apart from these:

    1. Tere Naal Love Ho Gaya’s charm.. Simple moments of fun and romance. Nice songs.

    2. Shanghai- taut film with good performances. Shouldn’t be overlooked.

    3. The songs of Khiladi 786 and Cocktail.

    4. Ishqzaade- A really entertaining take on Romeo and Juliet and QSQT.

    5. The ambition of GOW. However didn’t like the second part. It was more mindless than the mindless mass movies.

    6. The simplicity of Ek Main Aur Ek Tu

    The movies I didn’t like at all:

    1. Bol Bachchan: Blot on the plot of a classic.

    2. Son of Sardaar: Headache inducing. Completely over-the-top junk.

    3. Jab Tak Hai Jaan: An average film when seen in isolation- but considering pre-release expectations and hype a massive letdown.

    4. Chakryavyuh: Worst acting I have seen on screen, and a middle of the road commentary on a pertinent issue. One of the worst movies of the year.

    5. Khiladi 786- The genre is dying. And this movie is one of the main accused.

    6. Agent Vinod- Khud ko confuse kar diya makers ne. Plus it was too slow for a movie of its kind.

    7. Ferrari Ki Sawari: Too much sugar for me to find palatable.

  11. Serenzy 11 years ago


    Even I was Shocked with the Reactions a Dibakar Movie was getting back then in June and so I Chose to Entertain Myself with RR back then in Theatres, picking it over Shanghai.

    I Watched the Movie TWICE in Early January in “Good Print” and I Must Confess the Direction & the Acting has left Me Spellbound.

    Yes it is a Slow Movie and Not in those Leagues that “Entertain with a Social Message” Nor is it Dibakar’s Best Work till date[KKG is that], but it’s Highly Underrated by Most.

    Another Major Reason why I Liked the Movie was :-

    – We hardly have any Well Made Political Thrillers in India

    – I have a Peculiar Liking for IAS/IPS and Other ‘Sarkaari’ Stuff 😉

    • ank_16n 11 years ago

      will see it when it comes on T.V as i also like IAS/IPS and Other ‘Sarkaari’ drama..!!

  12. cr7 11 years ago

    good post suprabh . very well written .

    1) Hrithik in Agneepath- agreed.

    2) Irrfan in Paan Singh Tomar-agreed.

    3) Sujoy Ghosh for the original screenplay in Kahaani- agreed.

    4) Some Comedy bits in Chaar Din Ki Chandni -skipped.

    5) The simplicity of Vicky Donor- agreed .

    6) The Rathore in Rowdy Rathore: it was okay.i didn’t find akhsay very good in the movie.

    7) Aditi Rao’s looks in London, Paris, New York. – agree about the looks .but i haven’t seen the movie.

    8) Zeishan Quadri, Akhilesh,Sachin Ladia,Anurag Kashyap for the screenplay of GOW-2 –skipped.

    8) Ranbir in Barfi- skipped

    9) Sridevi in English Vinglish- agreed

    10) Aamir In Talaash- skipped .

    11) Chulbul Salman Pandey In Dabangg2 –skipped.
    12) The story, screenplay, Paresh and intention of Oh My God. – Agreed.

    TEZZ – it was a stupid movie . i found nothing good in the movie.

    3) ETT- liked it . one of the best movie of salman in last 5-6 yrs.

    4) Raaz 3- skipped

    1)The Shamelessness of Abbas Mastan- Players – Skipped

    3)The insult of a story by Shakun Batra for Ek Mai aur Ek tu – i found it okay .

    4) The mismanagement of himself by Madhavan (Jodi breakers)- Skipped

    5) Madhur Bhandarkar’s dishonesty in Heroine- skipped .

    6) The Chopras bringing out the worse in them and in Bollywood –agreed till worse in them. bollywood has many worse movie than jthj

    p.s-have u written something like this for Hollywood releases of this year ?

  13. Bored 11 years ago

    I liked Shanghai – its only problem was that climax was very predictable – which made it a poor thriller. Otherwise the acting was good all around – Abhay as usual, Hashmi’s understated side came out well too.

  14. FS 11 years ago

    I too liked Shanghai… Never miss Abhay’s film… but this time i skipped Chakravyuh… Hope it will a good DVD watch…

  15. Bored 11 years ago

    Wont recommend Chakravyuh, but Abhay was perhaps the best part of it.

  16. Serenzy 11 years ago

    Hrithik in AP – Fab Body, Nice Restrained Performance.
    A Complete Turnaround as to what we expected of VDC.


    Irrfan in PST – The ‘Best Actor’ of 2012


    Ghosh and Advaita Kala for one of the Most Terrific Thrillers ever.
    Kudos to Juhi Chaturvedi and Shoojit Sircar for VD and Umesh Shukla, Paresh for OMG!

    SHANGHAI is One Movie you got to watch out for it’s Hard-Hitting Realism and Abhay-Emmy


    RR was the Best Unabashed Entertainer this Year[Followed by AP, Dbng2, BB].


    GOW had Brilliant Acting and Scenes scattered here and there but never Awed Much in Totality.

    Liked the 1st Part More.


    Barfi!, EV are 2 More Gems to B’wood.


    Ishaqzaade and SOTY for the New and Young Uns out there… 2 Movies I Highly Enjoyed.


    Aamir in TALAASH was Terrific & Eega was Illogical but Brilliant.

  17. Serenzy 11 years ago

    Also liked Diana Penty in Cocktail.

    Annu Kapoor and Dolly Ahluwalia from VD.

    Rishi in AP, Kareena in TALAASH – Amazing, Award Worthy.

    The Trio of Emmy, Abhay and Faaroque Shaikh in Shanghai and Abhishek Bachchan in Bol Bachchan – TERRIFIC.

    Arjun-Pari in Ishaq – Best Jodi this Year along with Ritesh-Genelia in TNLHG[Supah Cute].

    Nawaaz was Fab in Talaash and Kahaani[Better than as Faisal in GoW].

    Also, Liked Randeep Hooda in Jannat-2 and Mithun in OMG!

    Loved Johnny, Ritesh and Akshay in Sajid’s Mad-Cap HF-2.

    Mehdi Nebbou, Adil Hussain and that ‘Radha’ girl in EV.

    I also Liked Anil Rastogi[Parma’s Grandad in Ishaq].

    Salman KHAN – Dbng2 > ETT

    Varun & Siddharth are My ‘Inspirations of the Year’

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