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Those moves, those skirts, those cropped shirts...Britney Spears fans, stand up and cheer! Student of the Year 2 has Varun, Alia and Tiger, but new faces (ah!) Tara and Ananya too. Of course, superstar Will Smith is fresh to Bollywood; he’s appearing in a cameo. Here’s cheers to director Punit Malhotra for roping him in.
And the winner of the best piece of designer clothes fashioned out of drapery is Anaita Shroff Adajania, who has somehow convinced Ranveer and Portuguese Sara Sampaio to don her stuff. Justified joking apart, Sara doesn’t just look like Adriana Lima, she’s a Victoria’s Secret model too.
A flaxen-haired Rishi Kapoor is proof of Father Time’s impartiality, but in New York they made a pretty picture: Neetu Kapoor, Sonali Bendre and her husband Goldie Behl. And what, pray, had brought about a sudden bite of the Big Apple? Rishi is ailing, comes the whisper.
It’s that curious phenomenon again—an unremarkably attractive couple transformed (or are we delusional with indulgence?), outwardly, by romance and a fixed marriage date. P. Kashyap is in a simple checked shirt; Saina in a black dress; they look like a trillion rupees. Cheers to our champions.
The format is worn thin by now: beauty contest winners, echoing of tall promises of social work, plumping for plum Bolly offers no sooner than they had been uncrowned after a year. India’s representative at Miss Universe, Nehal Chudasama, dares not to dream of stardom. Model and part-time fitness consultant, Nehal is a civil services aspirant, and dreams of being a bureaucrat.
British artist Banksy made a painting that self-destructed immediately after it was sold at an auction at Sotheby’s for a million pounds. The artist built a shredder in the frame of Girl with Balloon, which made mincemeat out of the canvas in a move that The Guardian called his “greatest work”.