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shahidkapoors:

so i was on time and saw his tweet. was like why not? and just sent him 3 tweets and in less than a second MY MENTIONS WERE FLOODED. I CAN NOT BELIEVE THAT MY CHILDHOOD CRUSH JUST ANSWERED THE FUCK OUT OF ME. HE ANSWERED THE MOST IMPORTANT QUESTION. i can not with my life.

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wereallovedrunk:

Yeahhh I made that nigga apologize for breaking my dil. alkdjfalkjf;ald. 

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bollywoodzendegi:

Dhak Dhak Girl… <3

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On the sets of Shaandar

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zebeau:

what if every piece of clothing you liked or reblogged suddenly appeared in your closet

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chameli:

Speaking of South Asian authors…

What also bothers me is that most of the time, there is a “lack of positive representations of same-ethnicity romantic relationships” (as someone stated in a review for The Hindi-Bindi Club).

It’s always a strained, awkward arranged marriage type of…

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rabbrakha:

!!!!!!!! motiya 

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infiltration:

sometimes i realize there are so many things i won’t remember in 50 years like the way the sky looked this morning and all the dogs i saw today and my mom’s voice and i get so sad i never want to forget

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madhuri-dixit:

"During those days I had met Subhash Ghai 2-3 times. He asked me what I was doing? I told him about my planning about Mrityudand. He called me at his home and listened the story of Mrityudand. He was very impressed by the story and he asked me which actress I had in my mind for my film. I took the name of Madhuri Dixit. Subhash Ghai dialled the phone number of Madhuri Dixit and fixed a meeting between us. He said,” Give a narration to Madhuri and she will decide whether to work in your film or not”. To meet Madhuri, I went to the sets of Khalnayak in Filmistan Studio and shooting for the song song “Choli Ke peeche” was going on there. I met Madhuri in the makeup room. She started listening my narration in between the shots. After some time she was hooked to the story. I observed that she had liked something and she stopped the shooting for sometime and she listened my story uninterrupted for the next 45 minutes. Till then I had no expectation that she would be agree to do my film. I thought that Choli Ke peeche and my film were two entirely different paradigms. But she said yes as soon as I was finished with my narration. Later Shabana Azmi and other actors came in the film. Mayawal saab joined us and gave us finance. My unit was established again during the making of that film. People united again and a system was established and we stood on our feet again. Film got success also. Though we did not earn much profit but we earned a standing through Mrityudand. I also developed an understanding that which kind of films I have to make. Everybody knows the later story.”

Prakash Jha
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"Writing the name of Allah on the flowers, the scent of the morning prayer has descended from the mountains."
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