MY NAME IS KHAN will be unveiled with James Cameron’s AVATAR

Thanks to Anshul

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The forthcoming biggies will include the first look promos of keenly-anticipated movies. While the promos of RANN and CHANCE PE DANCE have already been unveiled, the first promo of Salman Khan’s epic story VEER will be included with the prints of DE DANA DAN. That’s not all, the first promo of Karan Johar’s much-in-news MY NAME IS KHAN will be unveiled with James Cameron’s AVATAR, which opens globally on December 18.

It must be noted that Fox Star Studios India will distribute MY NAME IS KHAN in India, while Fox Searchlight will distribute the SRK – Kajol starrer in the U.S. and 20th Century Fox will do so in the rest of the world. In fact, Karan was keen to show his close friends the first look of the film last Wednesday at Yash Raj, during an exclusive screening of KURBAAN, “but the promo wasn’t ready,” Karan remarked. The countdown has begun…

— BollyBusiness


~ by Yakuza on November 24, 2009.

40 Responses to “MY NAME IS KHAN will be unveiled with James Cameron’s AVATAR”

  1. A reason for me to see Avatar now.

  2. thanks yakuza….hmmm @srkfan…totally agree with u…!

  3. this is gonna b d movie of d yr

  4. srk rulesssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss

  5. all those haklu khan fans flying high who are thinking that these trailers will be shown in hollywood too are the biggest losers as fox cleared that trailers will be attach to avatar indian prints only

    • Well, Warner Bros did it with CC2C, Sony did it with Saawariya and now Fox is going to do it with MNIK .. 3 classic all time block busters from Bollywood made so by Hollywood. I’m loving this.

    • nitesh dont make up stuff to suit ur preconceptions…and plz dont be so jealous of srk jus coz u dont lik him doesnt make him any less of a superstar…

  6. interesting.

    avatar promo didnt interest me much….didnt excite me

    i like the promos of Chance pe dance – shahid is doing good roles at last.

    rann promo looked brilliant

  7. Well veer’s promo will be unveiled tommorrow as per latest updates…….

  8. i am waiting VEER promo not interesting MNIK.
    .
    MNIK copy to KURBAN,NEW YARK,PAKISTANI MOVIE KKL etc….

  9. Shahrukh and the Never Ending Comparisons |

    Hi
    As we all know many get themselves compared to Shahrukh, it started right from his Entry to Stardom and till date the comparison going on with every Tom, Dick and Harry , Yet Shahrukh is proving he is Above all such comparisons

    It all started with the Huge Success of SRK’s back to back Anti-Hero movies Baazigar and Darr, where he Overshadowed everyone with his Mindblowing performances and screen presence, then the Comparison started and a New Superstar was born…

    1993

    1. Sanjay Dutt – Khalnayak
    2. Sunny Deol – Darr, Damini, Lootere
    3. Shahrukh Khan – Darr, Baazigar

    SRK Vs Sanjay, SRK Vs Sunny
    SRK WON, Hands down !!!, though Damini and Khalnayak were Superhits, SRK stole the Limelight for his Terrific performances

    1994

    1. Govinda – Raja Babu
    2. Akshay Kumar – Mohra, Main Khiladi Tu Anari, Suhaag, Yeh Dillagi
    3. Shahrukh Khan – NONE

    Still Shahrukh was enjoying the Success of Darr and Baazigar

    1995

    1. Salman Khan – Karan Arjun
    2. Govinda – Coolie No1
    3. Shahrukh Khan – DDLJ

    Shahrukh became Heartthrob with this Epic Love Story and Karan Arjun was Superhit, SRK remuneration increased to 60 Lakhs, Govinda/Salman – 40 Lakhs

    SRK Vs Salman, SRK Vs Govinda
    SRK WON with All-Time Blockbuster

    1996

    1. Aamir Khan – Raja Hindustani
    2. Sunny Deol – Ghatak, Jeet
    3. Govinda – Saajan Chale Sasural
    4. Shahrukh Khan – None

    Though Aamir delivers Blockbuster, it is no way matching to DDLJ, no use talking about Raja Hindustani Vs DDLJ
    SRK Vs Aamir started

    Contd …

  10. 1997

    1. Sunny Deol – Border, Ziddi
    2. Aamir Khan – Ishq
    3. Shahurkh Khan – Yes Boss, Dil To Pagal Hai, Pardes

    Being movieless in 1996, Shahrukh gave three back to back Superhits, Blockbuster
    SRK Vs Sunny, SRK Vs Aamir
    SRK WON

    1998

    1. Salman Khan – Pyaar Kiya To Darna Kya, Bandhan, Jab Pyaar Kisise Hot Hai, Kuch Kuch Hota Hai

    2. Sunny Deol – NONE
    3. Shahrukh Khan – Kuch Kuch Hota Hai

    Salman Khan’s back to back success cannot match KKHH’s Huge success and it’s been All-Time Blockbuster
    SRK Vs Salman
    SRK WON

    1999

    1. Salman Khan – Biwi No1, Hum Saath Saath Hain, Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam
    2. Aamir Khan – Sarfarosh
    3. Shahrukh Khan – None

    After KKH being ATBB, SRK’s remuneration increased to 2 Cr, Salman – 1.75Cr, Aamir/Sunny – 1.5Cr
    SRK Vs Aamir, SRK Vs Salman, SRK Vs Sunny
    Though without a Movie in 1999, SRK is the highest paid Star
    SRK WON

    2000

    1. Hrithik Roshan – Kaho Na Pyaar Hai, Mission Kashmir
    2. Salman Khan – None
    3. Shahrukh Khan – Mohabbattein, Josh

    Hrithik Roshan became Superstar, SRK did not fail to make a Movie HIT along with Blockbuster Kaho Na Pyaar Hai.
    SRK Vs Hrithik (One Movie Old )
    One Movie old and Washed away till he needed SRK for his next movie Superhit K3G

    2001

    1. Sunny Deol – Gadar, Indian
    2. Aamir Khan – Lagaan
    3. Shahrukh Khan – Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham

    Sunny Deol becomes highest Earner with 3.5Cr, SRK – 3Cr, Aamir – 2.5Cr

    Contd…

  11. 2002

    1. Sunny Deol – None
    2. Aamir Khan – None
    3. Shahrukh Khan – Devdas, Hum Tumhaare Hai Sanam

    Shahrukh’s Year , though comparisons continued SRK Vs Aamir, SRK Vs Salman , Sharhrukh Khan emerges the undisputed superstar after the huge grossers Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham(Dec 2001) and Devdas coupled with the interiors hit Hum Tumhare Hain Sanam which had been six years in the making.

    2003

    1. Hrithik Roshan – Koi Mil Gaya
    2. Salman Khan – Bhagban, Tere Naam
    3. Shahrukh Khan – Kal Ho Naa Ho, Chalte Chalte

    Comparisons saga continued , SRK Vs Hrithik, SRK Vs Salman
    SRK WON with Two Back to Back Superhits

    2004

    1. Salman Khan – Mujhse Shaadi Karogi
    2. Hrithik Roshan – None
    3. Shahrukh Khan – Veer Zaara, Main Hoon Na

    Shahrukh’s ruling at the Box Office continues , with remuneration 4Cr and Salman 3Cr.
    SRK Vs Salman
    SRK WON with Two Superhit/Hit movie, Hands Down !!!

    2005

    1. Salman Khan – No Entry, Maine Pyaar Kyun Kiya
    2. Akshay Kumar – Waqt, Garam Masala
    3. Shahrukh Khan – None

    None of the movies in 2005, appeared in many special scenes in the movies and released widely successful Inner and Outer World of Shahrukh Khan
    Now the new comparison, SRK Vs Akshay, Akshay Kumar has a good year with good successes including Garam Masala but its Overseas where his stock jumps and is second only to SRK with films like Bewafaa,Waqt,Garam Masala and Dosti. Not a deserving comparison yet .

    Contd …

  12. 2006

    1. Hrithik Roshan – Dhoom2, Krrish
    2. Aamir khan – Fanaa, Rang De Basanti
    3. Shahrukh Khan – DON, KANK

    After becoming becoming the undisputed king with the start of the multiplex era in 2002, its now close at the top as Shahrukh Khan faces big competition from Hrithik Roshan who delivers two huge blockbusters in Dhoom 2 and Krrish. Aamir Khan also has two big hits. Approx Rumeration Shahrukh Khan/Hrithik Roshan-9 crore Aamir Khan-7 crore Akshay Kumar-6 crore.
    SRK Vs Hrithik, SRK Vs Aamir.
    This year is tough to say who WON, cos all of their Movies have extremely done well at BO.

    2007

    1. AkshayKumar – Welcome, Hey Babyy, Bhool Bhulayya, Namaste London
    2. Hrithik Roshan – None
    3. Shahrukh Khan – OSO, CDI

    Shahrukh Khan still rules as both his releases Om Shanti Om and Chak De India are Big Blockbusters.
    SRK Vs Akshay and now many so called Pundits declared that Shahrukh’s Run and Rule over as Akshay gave Five back to back SH’s/Blockbuster =)),
    SRK Wins here too, with OSO leading the lot in the movies in 2007 in Earners list

    2008

    1. Aamir Khan – Ghajini
    2. Akshay Kumar – Singh Is King
    3. Shahrukh Khan – Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi

    Again its SRK Vs Aamir, SRK Vs Akshay
    We all know how was the condition when RNBDJ was released, Mumbai was shattered with Attacks and all were having low profile life, then RNBDJ was released during that time, though in that crisis, It made Huge money, thanks to SRK-Adi combo , they proved why they are Super Success.
    Had it been the normal condition, It would have been the other case . . .

    Contd…

  13. People say that Shahrukh is because of Kjo and YRF, they were Lucky enough to Find Shahrukh in their Movies and Production and the Association they have with SRK .

    SRK bravely accepted Negative roles at the Start of the career, which were dropped by Akshay (Baazigar) and Aamir (Darr) and showed them and others how to Outperform/Overshadow and Perform with such Passion in such Roles

    It was Karan who was talking about making a Movie during DDLJ time and SRK and Kajol said they are ready to do a Movie, due to busy schedules of SRK, the discussion of the Movie in 1995-96 happened in 1998 as KKHH and the Rest is History .

    2007 is the Best Year to see the Fate of YRF , Laga Chunari mein Daag, Aaja Nachle, Ta Ra Rum Pum, Jhoom Barabar Jhoom all Came and Went without making any noise (though promotions part did ), then came CDI which bought enough Smiles on YRF family and the Rescuer is King Khan . . .had it was not released in 2007, YRF would have gone HITless year .

    People say Shahrukh will not Act with New comer Directors, then who were Aditya Chopra, Karan Johar, Nikhil Advani, Farah Khan…Were they having Blockbusters behind their name? . Yet Shahrukh gave the movies for them to look upto while they make their further movies .

    Though Shahrukh has done many Romantic roles in his Career, He is Very very different from each other roles, the names of the roles are Legendary (Raj, Rahul lol)
    Shahrukh is the Kind of Actor who is Admired by many Critically Acclaimed and Best Directors
    1. Mani Ratnam
    2. Vishal Bharadwaj
    3 .RGV (Remember Time Machine movie shelved, Ramu says that he cannot make a Movie for Shahrukh’s Stature)
    4. Danny Boyle
    5. Raju Hirani wanted SRK for Munnabhai
    6. Ashutosh Gowariker wanted SRK for Lagaan , due to SRK’s shoulder injury and finance, he could not star in Lagaan
    7. 90% of the Actress Love to star opposite SRK, he will be the First actor they say, right from North to South

    • Good post. For the first time I have seen an SRK fan come up with a post that has real debatable content (whether facts or opinions) instead of just shouting SRK is king and SRK is the ONLY indian known across the world, so kudos for that.

      I don’t agree with everything in ur posts (E.g. HAHK missing from 1994 is just one of them) but good effort still.

      • thanks rosh …and u r rite…but for 1994 srk didnt have ane releases too..tht makes it a salman year for sure…but i think overall deres a point that will be hard to disagree.
        @abhishek-very well said dude..

    • Awesome post anshul, i enjoyed reading it.

  14. well this is just a trailor for all the srk-critics and haters…no offense guys…m ready for a healthy debate if anyone disagrees…for tht i would like yakuza to put this as a seperate post if he wishes…

  15. nice work…!

  16. When a New Kid gives one Super Hit or Blockbuster in Romantic Stories, he is Compared to Shahrukh

    # When other Superstar Movie does well in Abroad, His Movie is Compared with Shahrukh’s Movies

    # When other Superstar gives Two Back to Back Blockbusters (OSO and CDI ), His Movies are Compared with Shahrukh

    # When other Superstar Promotes his Movie Heavily, it is Compared to Shahrukh style

    # When a Actor and Actress gives Two or Three Superhit Movies, Their Pair is Compared to Shahrukh and Kajol

    # When Aitraaz Vs Veer-Zaara and DON Vs Jaan-E-Mann, OSO Vs Saawariya released on the same day, We know whose Movies are the Winner

    Many Come, Many Go

    SRK was Here, SRK Is Here, Will be Here

    SRK is there to Rule, Rules Forever . . .

    Copyrights,
    All SRK Fans . . .

    • lol

    • And when SRK achieve something remarkable, He compared to BigB. This is where bigB stand, He always compared to top star of each decade, be it Vinod khanna, Rajesh Khanna, Dharmendra, ANil Kapoor, Sanjay Dutt and then Shahrukh Khan. Since last 40 Years so many superstars come and gone , But BAAP of Bollywood still remain at same position, He is unthinkable, unreachable. Thanks .. 🙂

  17. MNIK will be like KANK because of high budget and nonsense stroy.I think MNIK will be copy of NEWYORK or Pakistani film KKL.we r interested in film RANN,VEER,3 IDIOTS,PAA,DE DHANA DAN,TEEN PAATI,KITES.

  18. shakir just read the post above…! u will know where u r goin wrong in judging srk..he alwz fights back..! (but this time he doesnt have 2 as he already has 3 consecutive blockbusters..!)
    @srkfan -thanks for the appreciation..this blog needs a few more like us to make in balanced..! lol

  19. How some guys here know the story of MNIK…wre they special invitees to the MNIK story viewing contest…??

    Why you guys jumping the guns without knwoing anything….

  20. BTW Anshul great post…

  21. @sanjay-thanks..and ya u r rite..dese guys make me laugh..predicting lame stories…!
    @shaifu-which star in modern cinema has openly challenged big b.??
    only srk..well even m in awe of big b…i think ders no better actor then him..but srk is the bigger star and the better human being overall.

    • Calling SRK a bigger star is debatable. AB was a much bigger star with bigger draw in his hey day, IMO. While overseas market has grown since benefiting SRK, the home market has shrunk and SRK doesnt have much star power among Indian masses.

      Whether he is a better human, I’ll agree with u here. Srk’s deficiencies lie in his personality, but not character.

      • among indian masses srk and bigb are neck to neck …srk has more youth and females while its vice versa for big b..but if u take global audiences view..srk creates a hysteria dere..! and m not talkng about nri’s only..americans malaysians africans..etc etc list goes on..big b is also well known worldwide…but srk is a few notches ahead..

  22. nice discussion guys…! keep it goin..!

  23. @Anshul

    This will give you clear picture of Amitabh which you cann’t even imagine even in nightmares …

    The Amitabh Bachchan phenomenon
    By Komal Nahta

    Also see Amitabh special | Why is Big B such a big star? | Wish Amitabh!

    “Amitabh is Amitabh”. “There’s no one like Amitabh”. “Nobody can match Amitabh Bachchan’s popularity”. These and similar statements are commonly heard. And not just in the film trade but also among the general public.

    What is it that makes Amitabh so different from the others of his ilk? Why in the last 30 years have we never had any actor who has had the same fan following and who could clearly step into his shoes? What is it that really made Bachchan stand above all the other stars who’ve come after the superstar first made an appearance on the screen in 1969 in Saat Hindustani?

    Quite simply, Bachchan’s string of box-office hits! One after the other, the actor’s films hit the jackpot with such alarming regularity that in the seventies and eighties, Amitabh Bachchan became the safest bet for producers, distributors and exhibitors alike. I use the world alike to differentiate the scene that existed when Bachchan was the numero uno and the one that exists today.

    For instance, a Salman Khan today may guarantee mega-bucks for the producers of his films but there’s no like guarantee that distributors and exhibitors of his starrers will also make money. As in the case of most of his releases before his latest, Tere Naam. While producers of Salman-starrers made table profits, distributors of his films burnt their fingers rather badly when those films flopped. It was after almost two-three years that everybody associated with a Salman-starrer made money in Tere Naam.

    Ditto in the case of films of other topline stars like Shah Rukh Khan, Aamir Khan or others like Ajay Devgan, Anil Kapoor, Sunny Deol or, for that matter, anybody else. Why, even current heartthrob Hrithik Roshan’s films such as Aap Mujhe Achche Lagne Lage and Na Tum Jaano Na Hum entailed heavy losses to its distributors. That used to not be the case with Bachchan flicks.

    Secondly, merely the superstar’s name was enough to draw in the crowds into cinemas in his heyday. Today, no hero can boast of such charisma as to lure the audiences to theatres on the sheer strength of their names. Shah Rukh Khan’s home production, Phir Bhi Dil Hai Hindustani, could not even manage decent houses on the opening day, leave alone full houses. Anil Kapoor has never really drawn initial crowds; his starrers usually pick up by word of mouth publicity if they are good. Even action heroes like Ajay Devgan and Akshay Kumar had had to remain content with dismal opening of their flicks on more occasions then one.

    But the Bachchan magic was one of a kind. Whether it was Prakash Mehra’s Zanjeer in 1973 or Manoj Kumar’s multi-star cast Roti Kapada Aur Makaan in 1974, Yash Chopra’s evergreen Deewaar or Ramesh Sippy’s all-time blockbuster Sholay in 1975, Bachchan’s first film with Rekha – Do Anjaane – in 1976 or Manmohan Desai’s biggest entertainer, Amar Akbar Anthony in 1977, the two common features in all these hits were Amitabh Bachchan’s towering presence in them and a bumper box-office initial draw. Don, Trishul and Muqaddar Ka Sikandar made 1978 a memorable year for the Big B. The following year may not have been as good but Bachchan, nevertheless, did deliver Mr. Natwarlal and Suhaag in the last year of the seventies.

    The next decade was equally exciting for the superstar who did not seem to age at all. Today, when heroes find it difficult to hold their own for even ten years, Amitabh Bachchan ruled the box-office for over two decades as the undisputed Maharaja of movies with no close second! Ram Balram, Laawaris, Naseeb, Khuddar, Andhaa Kaanoon, Coolie, Sharaabi and Mard were some of the actor’s great hits of the first half of the eighties.

    Of course, when Amitabh Bachchan reigned supreme, films did not have to face the opposition of video and cable piracy as today. Cinema-going was the only and cheapest form of entertainment for the masses who identified with the angry young man image of Bachchan. But where films of the great actor did not have to fight the piracy battle or even the opposition of countless satellite channels, the media hype too was far less during his days. He did not have every television channel covering him or his films because there were simply no satellite channels. He even went off press for a few years but for that, he had only himself to blame.

    Yet another factor that went in Bachchan’s favour in making him the darling of all sections of society was his unbelievable versatility. It is not for nothing that the Big B became a superstar. Although he was adored in angry young man roles, he never let down his fans in non-action films too. Comedy, like action, was his forte and if he could represent the frustrations of the helpless youth of those times, he could as well play the comedian with equal élan. Chupke Chupke and AAA come to mind instantly when one thinks of Bachchan’s flair for comedy. With equal ease, Amitabh also played the intense lover as in Kabhie Kabhie and Silsila.

    The range which Bachchan portrayed in his performances remains unmatched even today. Like the superstar’s fees those days. The actor used to command a remuneration which was more than double that commanded by the actor who was second in popularity. It was Amitabh who started the trend of an actor taking the distribution rights of a major territory like Bombay in lieu of his remuneration. And while distribution rights were, in those days, generally sold for ten years, the superstar bought perpetual rights.

    Today, films do businesses of Rs 15 and 20 crores per major territory. But in the seventies and eighties, when Rs 1 crore was the magical figure, several of Bachchan starrers touched and even crossed the Rs 1-crore mark.

    Amitabh is also the last star to have had a universal appeal that cut across geographical boundaries. Whether it was the man on the street in Ludhiana in the North or Latur down South, whether it was a company executive in Porbandar in Western India or a college student studying in Patna in East India, the fondness for Bachchan was the same.

    Today, a Sunny Deol runs more in Northern Indian because of his action image, a Govinda is a hot favourite of U.P. and Bihar whereas a Shah Rukh Khan flick generally records dull collections in Bihar. That is to say, Amitabh’s charm affected the audiences in the North, South, East and West with equal intensity. Not just in India, but across the seven seas too, Amitabh reigned supreme for over two decades. His super-hit stage shows bore testimony to his immense popularity the world over.

    Again today when jubilees are more manipulated than actual, Amitabh’s films celebrated genuine silver, golden and platinum jubilees. r Akbar Anthony in 1977 celebrated silver jubilee in as many as 9 cinemas of Bombay, a record unparalleled even today! In the year 1978, six of Amitabh’s films celebrated jubilees, yet another record which remains unequalled to-date!

    Even after Bachchan’s downswing began, the actor managed to make successes out of ordinary films like Shahanshah in 1988, Aaj Ka Arjun in 1990 and Hum in 1991.

    A three-year sabbatical in the nineties was followed by a disastrous comeback with Mrityudaata, a film which Amitabh’s critics condemned as the death-knell of the actor. But Bade Miyan Chote Miyan and Major Saab thereafter gave him a breather. BMCM in 1998 might have crossed the average line because of Govinda’s antics but Amitabh Bachchan’s towering presence in the David Dhawan flick cannot be overlooked.

    With KBC on Star Plus, the ageing actor’s fan following increased even more. Once again, critics derided Amitabh’s foray into television and predicted that this surely would be the end of his career on the big screen. But once again, Bachchan proved his detractors wrong! Rather than adversely affecting his film career, KBC actually gave it a big boost.

    Did you know?

    # No star has as many hits and super-hits to his credit as Amitabh Bachchan. Of the over 100 films in which he had full-length roles, more than 35 films have been either hits or super-hits! His list of hits: Bombay To Goa, Abhimaan, Namak Haraam, Zanjeer, Kasauti, Majboor, Roti Kapada Aur Makaan, Chupke Chupke, Deewaar, Sholay, Do Anjaane, Hera Pheri, Kabhi Kabhie, Adalat, Amar Akbar Anthony, Parvarish, Khoon Pasina, Don, Ganga Ki Saugand, Trishul, Kasme Vaade, Muqaddar Ka Sikandar, Mr. Natwarlal, Suhaag, Dostana, Ram Balram, Barsaat Ki Ek Raat (Bengali version: Anusandhan), Laawaris, Naseeb, Yaarana, Kaalia, Khud-dar, Andhaa Kanoon, Coolie, Sharaabi, Geraftaar, Mard, Aaj Ka Arjun, Mohabbatein and Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham…Besides these, there were several other films which were successful but not hits.

    # He is the only actor who gave at least one hit every year for 14 consecutive years – from 1972 (Bombay To Goa) to 1985 (Mard).

    # Amitabh has played double and triple roles in a number of films. His double role starrers include Don, Kasme Vaade, The Great Gambler, Desh Premee, Satte Pe Satta, Aakhree Raasta, Toofan, Bade Miyan Chote Miyan and Sooryavansham. Adalat and Mahaan had the superstar in triple roles.

    # Amitabh has acted in 9 films directed by Hrishikesh Mukherjee, viz. Anand, Abhimaan, Namak Haraam, Chupke Chupke, Mili, Alaap, Jurmana, Gol Maal (only a guest appearance) and Be-Misal. With Manmohan Desai, he did 8 films – Amar Akbar Anthony, Parvarish, Suhaag, Naseeb, Desh Premee, Coolie, Mard, Gangaa Jamunaa Saraswathi – besides one with Manmohan Desai as producer and son Ketan Desai as director (Toofan). Prakash Mehra directed the superstar in a total of 7 films – Zanjeer, Hera Pheri, Khoon Pasina, Muqaddar Ka Sikandar, Laawaris, Sharaabi, Jaadugar. With Yash Chora, the superstar did 5 films – Deewaar, Kabhie Kabhie, Trishul, Kaala Patthar and Silsila – besides one, with his son, Aditya Chopra – Mohabbatein. Ramesh Sippy directed Bachchan in the latter’s (as well as the former’s) biggest hit, Sholay, besides Shaan, Shakti and Akayla. His son, Rohan Sippy, made his directorial debut with Bachchan’s son, Abhishek (Kuch Naa Kaho).

    • Wowww , Shruti this is legend post and also from komal nahta (who is known as anti-bachchan) ,video is from Komal and Taran themself .. Amitabh was real hysteria which these teenage guys can never know, There can be saparate degree course based on Bachchan unmatched success. Well Hatss off to you shruti for this Awsome stuff .. Yakuza please make this post a saparate thread ….

    • Great post shruti .. thanks !!

  24. well shruti as far as acting goes..nobody ever doubts the big b..neither do i..! par hez a spent force now..and we have to accept him..and only person who comes close to replicate his success is srk..he still has to keep acting for atleast5-10 yrs..which he will..
    and by the way the post u have copied from some website is too old..! it was written when kbc was on air and amitabh had made a comeback..! 9 yrs back..things have changed now..and
    yakuza u never like my posts about srk…??..i can smell some biasedness here..

  25. yakuza u never like my posts about srk…??..i can smell some biasedness here.

    • I never say didn’t like your post … 🙂
      came across these comments just now and shruti comment was last one and found interesting .. isn’t it? And this post about SRK news is given by you anshul, Please read my Thanks at the top of post … 🙂

  26. @ Anshul. no doubt u know wat ur on about. but SRK is massively helped by da media. FACT.

  27. Its here guys 🙂

  28. @naveed

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