I am going to borrow the headline from Peter Ray blood’s excellent review of this year’s Carnival last Friday, “Time to Change the Change” not only because I agree with his criticisms but because...
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Deepika’s the most desirable
She had fantastic year at the box office last year, and now Deepika Padukone is sitting pretty at number one of Times of India’s 50 Most Desirable Women of 2013 list.
No one seems surprised that this Bollywood darling copped the title, and she is being applauded all around, well, maybe not by the next nine girls.
First runner up is Katrina Kaif, her ex-boyfriend, Ranbir Kapoor’s supposed current girlfriend; Jacqueline Fernandez comes in at third place with Canadian former porn star, Sunny Leone at fourth.
Priyanka Chopra got fifth place with Chitrangada Singh and Shriya Saran at sixth and seven.
The last three spots of the top 10 were filled by Esha Gupta, Kangana Ranaut and Shraddha Kapoor.
Alia Bhatt has issued a strict no monkeying-around rule to her Humpty Sharma Ka Dulhania co-star.
Last week at the trailer launch of the aforementioned film, Varun Dhawan got a bit excited and lifted Alia.
Of course, many photographers were there to capture the moment, which proved to be a little too revealing for comfort. She seemed fine at the time, but was not very happy when she was shown the photos by a friend; the photo had gone viral because her underwear could be seen through her translucent salwar.
The upset Ms Bhatt has asked Varun to let her know in advance if he wants to do anything of that nature again. Is she being too cautious? In this day and age of bright flashes and extra long focal length zoom lenses, #BollyTalks thinks no.
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