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28.03.2013 | 經典劇情

[Volume 8 Issue 3, #1696]
大家知唔知每年生產最多電影嘅, 唔係荷里活, 而係印度嘅寶里活?? 你又睇過寶里活嘅「必屬佳品」未?? 點樣為之佳品呢?? 雖然我都唔係睇得多, 但係觀察之下, 可以用以下四個特點嚟到概括寶里活嘅賣座電影橋段..
do you know it is not Hollywood that produces the most movies in a year, but India's Bollywood?? have you ever watched any masterpiece from Bollywood then?? how do you regard one as a Bollywood blockbuster?? i rarely watch any but under my observations, they can be generally and classically grouped by the following movie plots..
按圖片閱讀個別橋段敘述 | Click picture to read description for each plot
      
 
[俊男美女] 男主角一定要高大威猛兼且英俊瀟灑, 女主角一定要千嬌百媚兼且婀娜多姿.. 呢個就係吸引十二億印度人口入場睇戲嘅先決條件..

[hunk & beauty] the lead actor must be someone handsome and hunky, the lead actress must be someone pretty and elegant.. this is the first most important factor to attract 1.2-billion indian population to watch that movie..
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65 comments:

  1. i never see Indian movie before...

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  2. Good morning, SK and all! Oh, I love Hindi movie! I watched them every time on tv when I was doing my degree. But now I hardly have the time to watch tv anymore.

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    1. the actors/actresses are indeed handsome/beautiful. Love to watch their dances too. Always very dramatic!

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    2. I used to watch Tamil and Hindi movies in TV2 when I was in my secondary school. There was no Astro or whatsoever paid-TV back then, the channels were limited, 3-4 only. So I filled my Saturday noon with Bollywood movies.

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    3. And don't forget there is usually a thambee thst acts as clown in the movie. Usually the go between for the hero and heroine.

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  3. I seldom watch hindi movies only when traveling with my colleagues last time in the bus..long journey so got to watch to pass time.. the movie shah rukh khan..kush kush kota hei? hahahaa... and also The Three Idiots... not bad..

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  4. I prefer Tamil Nadu movie, more related to real society situation in India

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  5. Tamil or Hindi?

    Tamil one more fun wor.... Defy logic one. Much much more than a Hindi one.

    Satu kali tumbuk, can terbang 2KM... some more terbang pass the top of coconut tree. wakaka

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    1. You don't say your son la. Me also very teruk one. Me also confuse.

      Funny when they fight got the extra sound. Hero can never die and the bad guy always super bad and evil. Then sure have scene where heroine running and crying in the rain...see thru saree. Lol

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  6. My son gets confused between the Tamil and Hindi heroes.

    His Daddy said very senang to identify.

    Tamil ones sure got moustache.

    ;p

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    1. Betul la! The moustache is Tamil Hero's trademark.

      I like Hindi more, the actors are more handsome.

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    2. Wakakaka! Trademark mustache is truly significant. I prefer Hindi, yeah, because the actors and actresses are more beautiful. Story line for Hindi movies usually revolve in rich families. Whereas for Tamil movies, they usually more on poverty one.

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    3. Lol. ..ya hor....now that you mentioned it I baru perasan yhe ciri.

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  7. Last time, very gila with Hindi movies.

    sit in front of TV, cry cry cry for 3 hours. wakaka

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    1. I also like Hindi movies. I watched Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham, Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, and Chori Chori Chupke Chupke.

      Aiyoyo, love those songs and dances a lot. Those actresses punya body banyak sexy. Mostly meaty women. Anay likes one.

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    2. Wakakakakaka! Thambee is the one who made me so Indian! He is my image branding manager! Meaty women is nice to ngap lah.

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    3. Aiyoyo crazy Mak Rempit could cry over Hindi movies??? Muahahahahaha... Silly gal.

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    4. That was during school time right? Every Saturday sunday 2/3/4pm hv show. Cry and cry and cry

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  8. Whoah....

    Today very quiet la here.

    Sudah lunch time, baru how many comments...

    Tan Sri Anay sudah fly to Shanghai already ka?

    Taiping Corporate office also so busy.

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    1. I sudah hinggah sini 2 kali lah! Saya tunggu HHBC punya orang, I baru mau letak komen.

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    2. Eh! Saya sudah mali oi. This morning was slaving under blazing sun at construction site.

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    3. I was so busy doing programming work until my eyes almost pop out. Now only I'm free after the kids went to bed and I have my ME time.

      My own blog has been left untouched for several weeks already. Poor thing.

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    4. Me baru hv time come here. Went penang n ipoh as you know...duno kena heat stroke ka or food poisoning. ..vomiting till today..still wiwangwanh.

      If now I watch Indian mivie sure will pening with all their running about

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  9. Bollywood songs are very suitable for my aerobics dance class.

    I like Bollywood movies a lot, because they have those 4 elements that you mentioned here, but I cannot stand their very old story line, every time also "cinta terhalang" one.

    There are a few actors and actresses I am kind of familiar with one. Those names ended with "khan" are mostly handsome macho guys.

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    1. When I went Korea last year, I went to one halal restaurant that operated by Mamak one. They played Bollywood DVD all day long. I watched until I forget my husband's name.

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    2. Women can be terror sometimes when they see handsome hunks...They get hypnotized and forget themselves! How come you went to eat inside that mamak shop in Korea????

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    3. All the "Khan" names are found in so many countries and so many tribes ever since the Kublai Khan and Genghis Khan. How about Thambee Khan and Yannie Khan?

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    4. Genghis Khan also originated from India? Ah Hua thought he was Mongolian, no?

      Thambee Shahrukh Khan (SK)?

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    5. Anay, you don't know I followed the Halal Korean Trip. So, I had to eat in mamak restaurants day and night.

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  10. Vanakam SK Thambee dei..!!! Yengga Poreng Ngeh? Wow! Today blog about our motherland movies! Great!

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  11. I always watched lots of Hindi Singing and Dancing clips way before K-Pop was born cos their colourful dances and singing were entertaining! Anay bought those few VCDs just to watch lah. Now I rather watch K-Pop stars singing cos they look more handsome and dress better!

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    1. Of course anay, K-Pop DVD is more trendy to watch now. Bollywood stars dance at the beach, hill, jungle, railway station and under coconut trees are all very "out" already.

      But those Hindi macho hunks got six packs one. I saw Salman Khan's body before, better than our Donnie Yen.

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  12. Do you all wanna hear something shocking???




    Nearly all the local Indian and foreign Indian workers in our country watch the Hindi movies like hard core fans BUT nearly all of them do not understand what the actors talked!!!! That is because the movies are in Hindi language which only the right population in India could understand. Our folks here speak only Tamil which is very different from Hindi. It seems that many upper class Indians speak Hindi in their country. I was told all about this by a foreign worker from Chennai. I was watching one movie on the coffee shop TV and asked him what the actor said and he drew a blank.

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    1. Muahahaha! Good finding, Anay. Good sharing also. I believe in what you said. Because I asked my Indian ex-colleague to explain to me some of the ambiguous in Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham. He said he was blurr like me too. Celaka punya sotong.

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    2. Hahaha I know that long time already.

      In India got lotsa dialects too.

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    3. Ah Hua also knew about it long long time ago. You guys just watch without digging extra basic knowledge, eh? Too fascinated by the handsome hunks and meaty bootylicious actresses? Kekeke!

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    4. Not surprisingly la. Over yhere they have a lot of dialect and pelat.

      Even in msia ..some parts we wont be able to understand the spoken malay....like in trengganu and kelantan

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  13. Not into those films - all the singing and dancing gives me a headache...but I do have a couple of favourites.

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  14. I watched a lot of movies but just not Indian or Malay movies lol!!!

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  15. Again, this is a very interesting interactive post. SK is just getting better in his interactive post.

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    1. SK shared his interactive coding here, right? Sorry, my eyes are droppy now. I didn't see any link for the tutorial.

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  16. I like those Hindi movies that are shot overseas usually in the UK. The scenery is usually breathtaking. They speak a lot of English too in-between the Hindi. And not forgetting the guys are just drop-dead good-looking! LOL

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  17. 我成40嵗人真係一套都冇睇過,少年PI算唔算寶里活片啊?

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  18. Do you know that the Bollywood actors and actresses are needed to undergo a special dance training before they can start filming the movie? It's compulsory in order to ensure they can dance without using any 'stunt', er dancer. Haha.

    Yeah, I even watched the making of Bollywood movie back then and got to know a little behind the scene. It's interesting for a nosy person like me :p

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    1. Yalah, need to know dancing. Later can hold dancing concert also & mid to songs. Bollywood actors need to know how to dance and pretend to song! LOL

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    2. I didnt know that but I know that industry is very stressful ones. Nit easy to break in and a lot of hanky panky things happen behind ghe scene. Maybe just like what it used to be in hong kong

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  19. well never have watched any, i mean i prefer those
    in English language having a hard time reading subtitles
    while watching haha

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  20. but then i have watched some japanese
    animes and movies so i guess it won't be tough to watch
    those

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  21. I guess the movie 3 idiots was from bollywood, thats a pretty
    good movie. i enjoyed it and even suggest it with some friends
    who now loved it too

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  22. and ooh one of my most favorite movie, "crazy little thing called love"
    a thai movie which i enjoyed to watch 8 times even i don't understand a bit of their language haha

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  23. well then since this were your suggestions
    it must be great, but then quite busy to watch movies
    haha perhaps some other time

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  24. anyway that was a cool presentation SK,
    i always live the way you do such things

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  25. have a great and god blessed day sk,
    take care always and happy blogging

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  26. That's the ingredients of making must-watch indian movies. :p

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  27. Yes~must be handsome and beautiful~if not who are going to waste their money watching someone that looks ordinarily like them? :p

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  28. Yupe~must have fighting scenes whereby the hero will always prevails...not to mention the fisting sounds which are so loud. :p

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  29. Then again I didn't know Bollywood can produce more movies compared to Hollywood. :p

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  30. There has been a few Bollywood movies that we caught by accident and I have to admit that they can be good and engaging enough to make you watch all the way till the end. Well the acting and directing is good enough to help you understand...and if you can catch the subtitles...bingo!

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  31. h很多时候我们都可以自己做编剧,因为都能预测到剧情~~哈哈!

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  32. Hi, SK. Came by to say hello... read in detail, my 2 friends Yannie and Ah Hua has been your blog's supporter eh?

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    1. It is a good thing to have another good friend aka budy right...

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    2. Of course, SK won't mind having another lady supporter to his blog. Please come more often.

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  33. My mum and i always watch Hindi movies from TV2 in the afternoon. Very long time ago. During deepavali time, lots of movie showing. Starting from mid night. 1 show almost took 3hrs...

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    1. Wish u hv a nice day, Sharukh khan, SK... *_^

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  34. Use to watch the rvery saturday but after some time too sad to watch. I hate the tragedy. Always mskes me cry. Sobs

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