Archive for April 28, 2009

Anurag Kashyap’s guest blog

Posted: April 28, 2009 by moifightclub in bollywood, News
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The rebel voice of bollywood, filmmaker Anurag Kashyap has written a blog at The headline says “Why can’t i question Modi or Manmohan?” Well, Mr Kashyap, you surely can. And we surely are fans of those who dare to question. Here is the full text of the blog. To sum it up, he says…

anurag-kashyapThe normal excuse for people like us is, “What can I do. My vote alone is not going to change everything,” but it does. If you think your vote alone can’t change everything then get your neighbourhood together. Motivate mohallah groups and committees to become a part of the process. And then together sit down and decide who to vote for.

Use civic reasons, reasons that will make your life better. Reasons that will provide you the things that you want. For that reason bring together the people, bring together the whole street, the gali, the mohallah. And together go out and vote. And then if the politicians do not fulfill their promise, they will know that they have to deal with a whole lot of people who are going to ask them questions and who have the power to reject them. Make sure you do that and however clichéd it may sound, but your one vote alone does count.

The filmmaker generally blogs at

karan joharMumbai Mirror has published details about Karan Johar’s next production. Its K3 G, oops only K3 – Karan, Kajol and Kareena. Again. Last time they came together for the blockbuster Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham ( K3G).

The yet-to-be-titled film will be directed by debutante Siddharth Malhotra, who is production house Cinevistaa’s chairman Prem Kishen’s son and grandson of the late Prem Nath. Siddharth was the creative producer of the hit TV serial Sanjivani and was responsible for conceptualising and shaping it.

And according to gossipmongers, the film is loosley based on Hollywood film Stepmom which had Susan Sarandon and Juila Robers in lead roles.

How and why Nauman Sait won MTV Roadies 6.0 ?

Posted: April 28, 2009 by moifightclub in News, shit, television
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For those of you who are mad about Roadies, am sure you guys know it all. The result is already out.  I missed it on sunday and saw the repeat. And for Naumat’s win, i think the credit/discredit goes to Raghu and his brother. Kiri could easily have won the Roadies if he had selected Palak in the final round instead of Nauman. But. And it was a big BUT!

nauman saitWhy ? Because after the first task, suddenly appears Raghu and his brother. They made sure that they convinced Kiri to select Nauman. And not Palak. Why ? Here is my theory. Because they were afraid that if Kiri won it then they would have to go  with a dumb guy as the Roadies winner. He is not the street smart type. He is the geeky kind. How can a show like Roadies have a winner like Kiri ? How can Ragu take it ? And everyone knew that if Kiri had selected Palak, he would have easily won it. 

So, the Raghu brothers & co made sure that Kiri selected Nauman. They brainwashed him completely. In this case, if Nauman wins it, atleast they will get a cool looking dude ( who is equally dumb) to be the winner. And their strategy worked! Poor Kiri. Lost it because of Raghu and his brother.

What do you guys think ? Let us know at

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     raavanWhat we know : Mani Ratnam’s Raavan is modern day adaptation of the epic Ramayana.  Like Shakespeare’s Othello became Omkara, Raavan is set somewhere in the north and has a rural backdrop. Abhishek Bachchan plays the lead character ( Raavan) who kidnaps Aishwarys Rai ( Sita) and eventually Sita falls for him. Tamil star Vikram plays the role of Ram. Govinda’s role is inspired by Hanuman, Ravi Kissan plays Abhishek’s aide and Nikhil Dwivedi plays a cop.

raavan21What we just got to know : Priyamani, the national award winning actress from film Paruthiveeran plays the role of Shoorpanakha.

And actor Ashish Vidhyarthi plays the role of Abhishek Bachchan’s dad in the film.