[/sociallocker]Fans know Bollywood superstars as the rich and famous but that’s not how they have always been. This video compilation shows what their first job was and how much money they earned. The video starts with King Khan who worked as a usher at Pankaj Udhas show and earned Rs 50. Shah Rukh took a train to Agra, watched the Taj Mahal and had pink lassi with that money.
Aamir Khan, however, started off in a little better way and earned Rs 1,000 while working as an assistant director. Since the money was very little he had requested his mother to give him some of the money he had won and saved from winning his tennis matches. It helped him survive on his earnings as an assistant director. The list continues with Randeep Hooda who worked in a Chinese restaurant in Australia and earned 8$ an hour.
But he earned a lot of tips with which he bought bottles of beer. Actress Bipasha Basu made Rs 3,000 as a teen model for a Sangeeta Chopra fashion show while she was still in school. Nazauddin Siddiqui worked as a chemist at a petrochemical factory and got Rs 4000 as salary. The compilation gives a boost to most people beginning their careers.
The video is about how Kareena Kapoor reacted to the wedding of her ex-boyfriend – Shahid Kapoor to Mira Rajput. The video shows how Kareena Kapoor reacted maturely on the wedding and on not being invited to the wedding.
She wished the couple all the luck and the happiness in their married life and also requested the media to not make it a commercial issue as marriage is something that is very personal and for the media to make headlines out of it.
This hilarious video features one of the top Bollywood actresses and her dumb reply. It shows a a grab of Kareena Kapoor Khan at a particular event where she is promoting a well-known shampoo brand.
She is answering the journalists’ questions in her own stylish and classy way. Suddenly a humble reporter asks about her take on the MOM or Mars Orbiter Mission in Hindi, which is also Kareena’s mother tongue. But she apparently fails to understand whatever the reporter had said and bluntly asks him to repeat the question in English.
The poor reporter somehow manages to do that for her. The actress then literally needs someone to explain the question to her again and in the mean time nods in acknowledgement. Finally, her dumbest reply is that she wants to go to space — alone — period! She tries her best to appear smart with a funny and completely irrelevant answer complemented by her pretty laughs but the audience is always smarter.
This stand up comedian video is an excerpt from Anuvab Pal’s solo show, The Empire. Also a novelist, playwright, and screenwriter, the stand up comedian in this video will leave you in tears of laughter.
He starts with wittily talking about the influence of the British on the people of Kolkata. He further adds to his satirical comments by referring to the year 1980 when, according to him, parents walked and spoke like the British and trained their children to be the same. Here the punch line containing the reference of Javelin is simply unparallel.
He then comes back to the (new) changed India that speaks ‘Hinlish’. In this stand up comedy show you’ll see how the history subject could have been made interesting. Talking about history, Anuvab Pal mentions the Mughals, and with that, the Taj Mahal. And you must wait to see the satire and humor he uses when talking about Indians in reference to Taj Mahal. Plus his mimicry of the tour-guides here is just almost original.Then finally comes the Biriyani part, the next worth-mentioning thing by Mughals. Here he’ll tell you how confidently every Indian claims to know where the best Biriyani is. So click play, and have fun watching
Here’s another stand up comedian video by none other than Anuvab Pal, one of the top Indian comedians. This short video-clip is from The Empire, one of his comedy shows.
It begins with ‘hope’ in a funny way, comparing Punjabis with Bengalis when it comes to their enthusiasm for work and life. Then he talks about the Punjabi passion for numerous brands; and how for the Bengalis there’s only one brand, Tagore. He then refers to a poem by Tagore, hilariously explaining how Bengalis and Punjabis will react to it. Don’t miss his witty comments on weddings in these two communities.
The observations and droll remarks of this stand up comedian about Vasco da Gama will leave you open-mouthed. In reference to this he mentions Kerala, and you must listen what he has to say about God’s own country. Next he cleverly compares India and other countries getting conquered by outsiders. And humorously (one by one) talks about Gandhi; British India and the India today; his very own Indians; and even Modi. Talking about the British he also mentions Cricket. With this the topics of ball-sports and no-ball sports make the audience go hysterical with laughter. So use this piece of stand up comedy to refresh your mood.
This short film, directed by Naman Sarayia, gives you the real comical picture of stand up comedy in comedy clubs, nightclubs and specially bars in India. The story, by Anuvab Pal, is based on true events.
Its 12.30am and an unfortunate stand up comedian is forced to perform in a Vodka bar (Mumbai) in front of the least-interested drunk audience. The comedian though is convinced that no one is in a jokey mood, but the bar owner/manager gives him no other choice.
The poor chap then starts performing with his not-so-jokey jokes, however with a good intention of making people laugh. The audience initially remains indifferent; gradually the alcohol seems to take over. The middle-aged man sitting at the middle of the bar gears-up to offend. The pitiable comedian is then asked to exercise his right to remain silent; inquired why he didn’t choose any other profession; asked to go home; and even be compared with an established comedian. The guy nevertheless has a reply for each hateful comment. Soon the argument turns a little physical and about being a true Indian. So check out this hilarious stand up comedian video to see how humour is blended with sarcasm. Watch till the end
Indian film land Bollywood manufactures several spicy masala movies each other and Singham is one of the best among them. This video comprises one of the best fight sequences every made not just in terms of heroism but also the fight techniques. Bajirao Singham is this fearless, macho police officer who beats the bad guys to pulp in this sequence.
He starts beating them with a small lightpost as they escape on a jeep. The vehicle falls into the sea and the crooks on the road after which Singham starts breaking their hands, legs, and even heads with just one hand.
Finally, he drags five of them in the middle of the road and starts whipping them with his belt. As the crooks beg for mercy Singham gets the glory as the good and honest policeman. The huge leaps, jumps and perfect stunts make the fight sequence seem larger than life and awed about human strength and willpower. Actor Ajay Devgn has always been known as a good actor and his fight sequences are much loved. With age Devgn has become matured in his looks and delivery of blows. The clip is an enjoyable one even if you don’t have time for the entire movie.
[/sociallocker] Lookalikes have been found in many industries across the world and the film industry is no different. These movie stars from Bollywood and Hollywood have wowed and entertained people, and yet there have been times when you did not even realize that they look similar. This video compilation picks 12 faces from the East and West that have a lot in common except the persons they are. Hrithik Roshan aka Krrish looks a lot like Bradley Cooper of Hangover fame who is a producer and actor in his own right. Aditi Rao Hydari who shot to fame with Sudhir Mishra’s Yeh Saali Zindagi looks a lot like Audrey Hepburn. Among the other leading ladies Esha Gupta of Murder 2 fame looks similar to Anjelina Jolie while Kat (Katrina Kaif) looks similar to Cobie Smulders of How I Met Your Mother.
Emraan Hashmi and Colin Farrell look very much like each other if one considers their haircut and beard. Other hollywood actors who look like their Indian counterparts include Kayla Ewell and Ryan Gosling who look like Asin and Ranbir Kapoor respectively. Anna Hathaway who has recently been in hollywood news for trying to hide her baby bump seems similar to Bollywood’s Dia Mirza. Among the 12 Bollywood Hollywood LookAlikes movie stars the name of Rakhi Sawant can be found for being similar to Haifa Wehbe. Other famous people like Kareena Kapoor and Paris Hilton; Tushar Kapoor and Phillip Rhys; and Kim Kardshian and Sophie Choudhury can also be found in the list