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    Bollywood actor, trained dancer, and model.
    Starting off his career by working in music videos and advertisements, Kapoor made his Bollywood debut as a background dancer in Subhash Ghai's Taal (1999). Four years later, he made his debut as a lead in Ishq Vishk (2003) and won a Filmfare Best Male Debut Award for his performance. Following through with acclaimed performances in films like Fida (2004) and Shikhar (2005), he had his first commercial success with Sooraj R. Barjatya's Vivah (2006), his biggest commercial success so far, and followed it up with Jab We Met (2007)


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    Kapoor was born to actor Pankaj Kapoor and actor/classical dancer Neelima Azeem on February 25, 1981. Kapoor's parents divorced when he was three. After the divorce of his parents, he usually lived with his mother. He shared a good relationship with his father and stepmother Supriya Pathak. He studied in Rajhans Vidyalaya, Mumbai. Kapoor is also a vegetarian.[19] He also has a sister named Sana and a half-brother named Ishaan Kapoor; his brother acted with him in the movie Vaah! Life Ho To Aisi (2005). His maternal grandfather was Anwar Azeem, a noted Marxist journalist and author from Bihar.[20]

    While filming Fida, Kapoor began dating Kareena Kapoor. They had dated for three years and then separated during the filming of Jab We Met.[21][22] According to him, they remained on good terms, with him saying, "I wish her [Kareena] all the happiness in the world. I have great respect for her. She’s a wonderful girl"








    Now a day, actor Shahid Kapoor is hiding himself and not willing to come out in the open. Recently he refused to attend the premiere of Abhishek Bachchan’s movie. Well all this he is doing because he got a new hair style. Shahid has given a new look for his next film Kaminey and director Vishal Bhardwaj is not allowed him to display it.

    Shahid and Vishal had an hour long meeting before deciding a look for the film. Sources say, “It’s a rough and tough avatar.” “Shahid has literally soaked himself in the sun for the bronze look, and has a new hairstyle, too.” Unit members of the film say that the tan has worked wonders for the Kapoor.

    Well, after Aamir Khan’s Ghajini look, its Shahid to showcase his new hair style. Soon we will know that how much the audience appreciate his new look.



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    Milenge Milenge (2009) - Unknown
    Paathshala (2009)
    Dil Bole Hadippa (2009)
    Kaminey (2009) - Charlie/Guddu
    Kismat Konnection (2008) - Raj Malhotra
    Jab We Met (2007) - Aditya
    Fool n Final (2007) - Raja
    Vivaah (2006) - Prem
    Chup Chup Ke (2006) - Jeetu
    Shikhar (2006) - Jaidev Vardhan
    36 China Town (2005) - Raj
    Deewane Huye Pagal (2005) - Karan
    Vaah! Life Ho To Aisi (2005) - Aditya "Adi Chachu"
    Dil Maange More!!! (2004) - Nikhil Mathur
    Fida (2004) - Jai Malhotra
    Ishq Vishk (2003) - Rajiv Mathur (as Shahid)





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    Kaminey :







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    Very very fexy

    Once in a particularly blue moon, comes a film that makes you wolf-whistle. One that then ties you to the edge of your seat and forcibly pins you there and pounces on you, eventually leaving you sitting in the dark, drained and grinning and more satisfied than a film has any business leaving you. This, ladies and gentlemen, is that kind of ride.

    And way more.

    Vishal Bhardwaj [ Images ] reinvents the filmi rollercoaster with feverish glee as he takes a wonderfully twisty plot and paces it flawlessly around a bunch of madcap, irresistible characters. It takes nearly twenty minutes to get used to things, the characters, the words they speak, they way they speak them, and the tone of the film -- heck, to get used to this film's world. Then on, the film just freakin' flies.

    Yet before getting into the breakneck chaos, it is this unapologetic figure-it-out stance that we must initially applaud. Too often are our caper films and thrillers compromised by oversimplification and spoonfeeding, by filmmakers believing audiences need things spelt out and giving them bite-sized flashbacks to easily digest each twist. No more, says Bhardwaj, throwing us a delicious jigsaw and letting things fall into place in their own sweet time. The result is startlingly clever, an innovative film with genuine surprises. Kaminey [ Images ] is the kind of film whose success we ought all pray for, because it'll prove smart cinema works.

    So delicious is the movie's gradual unravelling that I refuse outright to let you in on the plot itself -- an enthralling tale of drugs, deceit, dingbats and dead-ringers -- because you need to discover this on your own. Go in as fresh as you can, you deserve to taste this one by yourself. Letting on what actually happens would make me one of the film's titular knaves.

    Suffice it to say that Tassaduq Hussain, who also shot Vishal's brilliant Omkara [ Images ], does it more than adequate visual justice, and the largely-handheld film emerges very stylistic indeed. It's fast, funny and constantly rollicking, and the characters are spectacularly entertaining.
    As is the cast. Shahid Kapoor [ Images ] plays Guddu the stutterer and Charlie with a lisp, saying f for every s, and does strongly enough to credibly seem like two different people; Priyanka Chopra's [ Images ] delightfully high-strung Sweety pulls off hysterical Marathi with impressive fluency. Yet it is the ensemble of fantastic oddballs who truly make this film special: from Amole Gupte's [ Images ] demented Santa Claus [ Images ] routine as Maharashtra-lovin' gangster Bhope Bhau to Chandan Roy Sanyal's lethally capricious coke-lover Mikhail, from Shiv Subrahmanyam's helpless corrupt cop Lobo to Tenzing Nima's ludicrously likable drug-smuggler Tashi -- the film is full to the brim with splendidly unfamiliar faces, each of whom deserve a hand, not just the ones singled out here.

    And Vishal generously gives each character their time in the spotlight. Guddu heartwrenchingly recounts his middle-school love, while Sweety captures beer-driven arousal with charming realism. Bhope bribes a big-eared nephew with chocolate, while Lobo coaxes the stutterer to give a police statement through song. The Bengali gangsters shoot bullets near each other for laughs, while the Marathi ones are transfixed by Guddu-Sweety screensavers on a laptop. Charlie unwraps a cellphone from plastic as he tries to placate gangsters, while -- in an extraordinary moment -- Mikhail sets the screen ablaze as he staggers in on the same gangsters, high on coke and unpredictable as a broken roulette wheel. There's so much to marvel at in these characters that it isn't funny. Oh wait, it is. Very
    What raises this rambunctious gangster movie head and shoulders above its genre is the writing. The wordplay is constant, subtle and absolutely exquisite -- a tough ask when one hero trips over words and the other narrates -- yes, narrates -- with a lisp. And there's a witty duality running through the film's twin tales: a character barks into a phone, and this sound echoes later when someone pleads in front of Bhope, daring not to take his name but just calling him repeatedly big brother, "bhau-bhau"; Mikhail introduces himself to Bhope by calling himself Tope Bhau, and nearing the climax Bhope is told by another that they have 'topein' (cannons) too; when Mikhail wins a race, arriving just in time, he breaks into the Spiderman theme -- and Charlie responds with Fpiderman-Fpiderman. When a character wants to steal a king's ransom in drugs to help a pregnant woman, another snarls back: 'Toh kya meri coke ujaadega?' Ha. It's nuanced, lovely writing, the sort we never get to see in films nowadays.

    Bhardwaj has never been secretive about his Quentin Tarantino [ Images ] adoration, referencing the director in Blue Umbrella and doing it here again with high heels and an injection. While Tarantino exclusively uses music he already loves because he doesn't trust anyone to create anything as good, Bhardwaj has always done it all himself, writing, directing and composing -- not to mention singing, and its worth noting the slight s/f lisp he gives the film's magnificent title track when it plays on screen. Yet here he takes a leaf from QT's book and brings back the saucy RD Burman track 'Duniya mein logon ko' (from 1972's Apna Desh) and makes it his own, giving it sassy new context out of its dated backdrop -- no more Rajesh Khanna [ Images ] in a red suit, this song is now all Shahid.

    So the film leaps through implied ultraviolence and dark humour and you hold on, exhilarated -- just as you have through, say, Guy Ritchie's [ Images ] Lock Stock And Two Smoking Barrels. And while that itself would be no mean feat, Bhardwaj ups the ante with an audacious climax, suddenly bringing emotions right to the fore.

    And while films of this ilk are full of disposable-bodies and corpses-in-waiting, one discovers that Vishal has -- sneakily, stealthily, surreptitiously -- kept the sentiments so darned real that by the time the climax rolls around, you do actually give a damn about these characters.

    Wow. Now if that isn't kameenapan, I don't know what is. Awefome
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    well...achha hero hai ....muj se kam hai zara
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    Quote Originally Posted by Solution24 View Post
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    abe oye saley kya bola...........sahid is ur father parnam kar









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    I usually forgive.. but only ma self

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    Shahid Kapoor and Ayesha Takia.. Complan Babies

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    lol... annu
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    Shahid Kapoor is still dazzled by Madhuri Dixit. The Kaminey actor, who was on Farah
    Khan’s show, Tere Mere Beach Mein recently, was asked which actress he would like to
    pick for his dream project and the reply was instant– Madhuri.

    He also wants to cast Amitabh Bachchan as one of the actors. The film would be set in
    the 70s and would be directed by Nasser Hussain and will have Ranjit playing the villain.
    Shahid would love to flirt with all the heroines and he’d even get the time to, as there
    were no mobile phones back then.

    He also joked that he would ask for a longer lunch break to be able to flirt for a longer
    time. Especially with Madhuri. Now, isn’t someone very impressed by Mads?




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    Of course, Shahid wasn’t playing hookey. He and dad Pankaj Kapur went for their annual
    pilgrimage. “It’s something that Shahid holds very private and refuses to discuss,” says
    one of the actor’s friends. Shahid, of course, loved the break from the madding crowds
    because once he descended in Mumbai, he had to attend three promotional events for
    Dil Bole Hadippa!, shoot all night for Aditya Chopra’s untitled venture with Anushka
    Sharma and then pack his bags to leave for a 40-day schedule of the same film. The
    actor was therefore very happy that he had stolen a few moments of complete solitude
    before being sucked into the mayhem and madness that is a part of a celebrity’s daily
    routine.




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