Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Katrina kaif and Neil Nitin Mukesh pictures after newyork

neil nitin mukesh and katrina kaif at newyork press meet
neil nitin mukesh and katrina kaif
"mukesh leave her hand" salman khan
i can say only one word in punjabi "hans gai te phans gai"
Neil Nitin Mukesh caught ogling at Katrina's legs
oh comeon mukesh this not for you
i think katrina caught him by ogling her legs

Sunday, July 12, 2009

I am a big fan of Kareena: Katrina Kaif

Not long after taking an apparent potshot at Kareena Kapoor, Bollywood A-lister Katrina Kaif on Sunday claimed to be a "big fan" of the Kambakkht Ishq actress.

Katrina had recently said in an interview that she doesn't need to wear a short skirt or show her legs to get audiences to go for her film.

Speculations have been rife that the comment was pointed at Kareena for her skimpy outfits in Akshay Kumar starrer Kambakkht Ishq.

However, Katrina has said that she a huge admirer of Kareena's work and enjoyed her performance in the film. Asked whether she had seen the film and liked it, Katrina said, "I saw the film at a private screening organised by Akshay. He is an entertainer and I have always been a big fan of Kareena Kapoor."

Katrina is riding high on the success of her film New York and the actress ecstatic over the accolades she received for her work in the film.

"New York was a special film because of its amazing story. I am happy for the director Kabir Khan because he is one of the nicest persons I have met," Katrina said on the sidelines of the launch of a new logo for 'Nakshatra' jewellery brand.

Friday, July 10, 2009

New York: John-Katrnia bedroom scene made Salman angry

Mumbai: Bollywood star Salman Khan is quite unhappy with Katrina Kaif. Katrina and Salman managed to assure the world that they are still together after Katrina appeared on the latest episode of Dus Ka Dum, but it seems there are still some misunderstanding between the couple.

In the next coming flick New York, John Abraham has a bedroom scene with Sallu’s lady love Katrina Kaif and Salman is furious see the promos.

In the scene, the two are shown getting quite intimate with each other. At the same time, the music video of the song is already on the net and has become quite a sensation among Bollywood buffs.
While her beau may not exactly be friends with John, Katrina seems pretty comfortable in cozying up to the hunk. And Sallu is not taking all these matter smoothly, sources claim.

katrina kaif john abraham and neil nitini mukesh

Monday, July 6, 2009

Katrina snatches another deal from Aishwarya

Bollywood actress Aishwarya Bachchan may not have come out of the pain of loosing the Nakshatra jewellery
endorsement deal to Katrina Kaif last year. but now the New York actress has snatched another endorsement deal from her. A soap that the former Miss World endorses wants Katrina to sign up for their upcoming campaign. A well placed sources confirmed that the company is already in talks with Katrina but the deal with the actress hasn't been finalised yet.

If that was not enough a reputed watch company which has Aishwarya on board for endorsing its products is in talks with Katrina as well. Earlier in the year Mattel Toys India Pvt. Ltd. had made Katrina the face of Indian barbie doll during the Lakme Fashion Week. This after the company had almost finalised the deal with Aishwarya Bachchan. So when the soap giant thought about dumping Aishwarya it did not surprise many.

Analysts believe Aishwarya who is the wrong side of 30 is slowly loosing her appeal over the younger girls. When L'Oreal hired Sonam Kapoor to endorse its product it was evident that Aishwarya's brand value had certainly taken a hit. Sonam made matters worse for the actress when she stated that she was youth face of the product while Aishwarya would appeal to the older women. Ash did not take this lightly and made sure Sonam's red carpet walk at Cannes was cancelled.

Thursday, July 2, 2009

New York a heady, thought-provoking thriller

Bollywood, starved of a mega-hit movie in 2009, need look no further than New York, where the trio of John Abraham, Katrina Kaif and Neil Nitin Mukesh have put up a riveting performance.

Bollywood, starved of a mega-hit movie in 2009, need look no further than New York, where the trio of John Abraham, Katrina Kaif and Neil Nitin Mukesh have put up a riveting performance.

So what's the storyline about? New York is a story that revolves around three friends - Omar (Neil Nitin Mukesh), Sam (John Abraham) and Maya (Katrina Kaif) whose lives are deeply impacted by the fallout of 9/11 attack.

Omar, who goes to NYU in the Big Apple on a scholarship, befriends Sam and Maya and the three becomes an immediate hit - inseparable and fun. However, their friendship is impacted by the 9/11 attack, which changes the cityscape and their lives forever.

Meanwhile, Omar, who is in love with Maya, becomes heartbroken when he finds that she pines for Sam and relocates to Philadelphia, snapping all ties with the other two.

The movie then fastforwards to 2009 and we see Omar detained by the FBI as a suspect terrorist. FBI inspector Roshan (Irrfan Khan) tells bewildered Omar that his friend Sam is actually the dreaded terrorist Sameer Shaikh, who spearheaded the 9/11 attack.

Omar is shocked to be confronted with the reality as he knows that Sam is happily married with Maya but agrees to cooperate with the FBI who plants him in Sam's house, using him as bait to uncover the terrorist's plans.

But Omar has plans of his own and in his quest to prove Sam's innocence, uncovers truths that stun him and the whole world.

Though dragging at times, New York is a thriller that manages to bring out the best in John Abraham, Niel Nitin Mukesh and Katrina Kaif. Thanks to Kabir Khan, who has tapped their acting potential in New York, John, Neil and Katrina can look forward to signing on some meaty, serious roles in the future.

While John creates an intriguing graph for his character and flows with the character's pain of karma with a performance that suggests seamless vigor rather than labored angst, Katrina, comes into her own as an actress of substance, giving her best shot to the last half-hour as a wife of a terrorist trying to keep her moral equilibrium in sync with her husband's sinking values. Indeed, from the carefree effervescent campus girl to the anguished wife, Katrina makes the journey look plausible all the way.

And, Neil, as the rosy-cheeked, strawberry-lipped sophomore with stars and stripes in his eyes is fully convincing, credible, intensive and supportive of the two central performances and can safely bask in the glory of his new-found success. He deserves it, especially after he received a lot of flak when his earlier movie Aa Dekhen Zara turned out to be a damp squib despite making a decent debut with Johnny Gaddar.

However, Irrfan Khan turns out to be a bore and for no fault of his own since his role as FBI officer made the audience, who has seen him enact the role of a steely interrogator with minimalistic humor (like in Slumdog Millionaire) experience a deja vu.

Though New York is not the first movie to synthesize terrorism and friendship, it goes a step further to explore the evolution of terrorism in the context of home-grown emotions such as friendship and betrayal. The movie touches on the physical and mental abuse on innocent Muslims, who are imprisoned merely on suspicion, and their consequent repercussions are effectively portrayed. It challenges the existent codes of cinematic conduct but not by being fashionably unconventional.

All in all, New York is a heady thought-provoking thriller that passes on some striking information about what had actually happened in the US post-9/11 attack, without being preachy.