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whats ur take on total bollywood masala film?

Description: with time passing by its observed thst people wish to send three hours in theatre not for crying and weeping... but us relxing..watching a total bollywood masala fim with all ingredients...light hearted movie..which is a full entertainer......

Created by: prachi baid (Jun 24)Posts: 2

    Paromeeta Mathur Banerjee

    Have always loved the traditional Bollywood potboiler. Masala and standard formula. Give me a Hero's entry for seetees, heroes running around trees in foreign locales with chiffon clad heroines, angry young men, brothers separated at birth, typical mush and great songs....lovely!!!

  • Jun 26Atanu Raychaudhuri wrote...
    Atanu Raychaudhuri

    With all these, I love the smuggler villains of the 1970s. Not the terrorists. The smugglers, such as Ajit, Amjad Khan, etc, were so polished. They would talk about getting the "sona" from Dubai and things like that. They would also have such huge dens. Remember the set for the climax of Charas? Or the underwater climax of Parvarish? Those potboilers never fail to entertain me. But in the 1980s the terrorists arrived, and the suave smugglers started losing out and were totally annihilated in the 1990s. Give me Ajit's one liners any day...