Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Karzzzz...

He's ditched the baseball cap, but it's not an improvement. Here are stills from Himesh Reshammiya's forthcoming film, Karzzzz:



(This final still is apparently from an item number titled, ‘Tandoori Nights’. )

11 comments:

Beth said...

There's something kind of Dorothy Hammil-ish about that hair.

Anonymous said...

Are you freaking kidding me??? I can't stop laughing!!!!!

Susania said...

and to think, I was beginning to worry that good fashion sense was becoming so prevalent in Bollywood that this blog would become unnecessary...! my faith is restored.

Shrabonti said...

Nothing, not even clothes and hairstyle, could be funnier than his expressions. That steady, intense, faraway look... har har har de har.

t-HYPE said...

Outfits aside, the REAL accessory for cool guys is two authentic black men with toy walkie-talkies.

hehe

t! said...

Two thoughts come to mind.

The first is that I have always thought Vivek Oberoi looked like the poor man's Saif Ali Khan.

Himesh looks like the beggar's Vivek.

Also, this is what Vivek might look like if he started eating a lot and took up alcoholism...

t! said...

After reading Beth's comment about Dorothy Hammil, I had to go back and take a look again. I am liking the production values, including the 1960's stewardess outfits in the second picture. Or, are they 1970's style jumpers?

This looks like a fun eye candy type of film, but seeing Himesh without a hat is like seeing Dwight Yoakum without his...

Beth said...

t! - Good call on the poor man's Vivek (I'm going to leave Saif out altogether)! And if this has some good retro stylin', then maybe, maybe, I will think about watching it. :)

Anonymous said...

My daughter was an extra in this film and says that although her scene took 68 takes Himesh combed his hair between each and every one!!! Prima Donna or what!!!!

ruby said...

I just don't get it, why is this man still allowed to be a lead in bollywood films - why why why???? - everytime I see him I do a little vomit in my mouth - I thought his singing was bad enough - him wailing like a tortured cat on every single bollywood soundtrack (certainly seems like he was the only playback singer working in 2006/2007) was bad enough. Now he has to torture us with his fugliness onscreen as well. As an aside has anyone commented on mutton dressed as lamb Urmila in the same movie.

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