The best fugliness Bollywood, Kollywood & Tollywood have to offer!
Who is he, and who's taken the scissors to his shirt in a mad frenzy, and why is he still wearing said shirt???
oh my. so there is going to be no cloth left in 2050 to tailor proper clothes? damn, i´ll be 69 then and will have to cover myself with rags? naahiiiiin
Fashion has come under control of the lawnmower manufacturing industry, perhaps? As a small comfort, the pink robot looks almost as bad.
shyam, according to Wikipedia, "he" is director Harry Baweja's son Harman Baweja.Also from the film's Wikipedia entry: "Along with lead actors... a robot will also be seen playing a major role in the film, along with that, we also get to see a teddy bear which appears to be more than a toy."As beth said, the robot is fugly; perhaps the teddy bear is too. *off to search for picture of fugly toy*
hee hee hee... fifty years in the future and they still can't make a decent wig. Have to love the demented genius who put epaulettes on that ragged outfit Poor Man's Hrithik is wearing.
OMG Hindi sci-fi! Such an underexplored and promising genre! I am PUMPED.
Of course the teddy bear will be fugly! All the toys in Bollywood films I've seen so far are weird and terrfying. As evidence, I submit the nursery in Hum Aapke Hain Koun and the playroom in Hare Rama Hare Krishna. No wonder Zeenat ends up on drugs!
I just saw a piece in Wired that mentions her hair and includes the wonderful quote from the director: "We spent more than six months trying to figure out the right look." SIX MONTHS and that's what you came with? Pink teddy bears and a clown wig? Money well spent.
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