To an outsider, it looked like a family holiday. But to the one looking from Hrithik’s wounded and troubled heart and his lonesome eyes, one could see the pain, the effort and the joy of getting his family back together.
“Why are only women trapped and attacked when it comes to cosmetic enhancement? You are fine with 60 and 50-year-old men from our industry with no wrinkles and head full of hair looking like they have returned to their 20s!”
It would be nice to see Bollywood erupt in support for one of their own. A woman is asking for justice. She is fighting for justice. It’s up to the women (and men) out there to ensure they stand by her!
Over the years, Salman Khan has had plenty of exhibitions. “He has sold a lot of paintings and raised money for ‘Being Human’. I guess he sells because he is Salman and not because of his paintings,” says Salim Khan.
Since the plot is weak and you cannot hold the audience’s attention with mid-air pyrotechnics all the time, Director Remo D’Souza shuffles to his specialty (dance choreography) and throws in elaborate songs a la Himmesh Reshammiya’s music videos. When that too doesn’t work, he moves to Cambodia to sneak off a hard disk from a Bank’s locker.