This blind item is so funny in so many ways. This guy never knows when to shut up, just like his sister. We heard that his sister said at an event recently that directors told her she’s too beautiful so they couldn’t cast her! Here’s what she said, epic words,:
While the panel soon enough turned apologists for twisted ideas of beauty, the clincher came from fashion aesthete Sonam Kapoor. She once stated she was considered in the same league as Deepika Padukone and Katrina Kaif, and at another time that directors would tell her she looks too good and ask her to look a little more ordinary.
Damn, the heights of delusion that runs in this family is just amazing. This is what happens when you do everything to make your family live a comfortable life and you tell your kids that they are special and great and all that crap. We don’t think their father was brought up like that. There must have been a couple of slaps and beatings if he didn’t behave. He didn’t want the same thing for his kids so he worked hard to give them a good life. If only he had taken out the time to show them how to be grateful and humble. Both siblings can’t seem to shut their mouths and if this boy continues going this way, no one would want to work with him and his hairy beard. That yelling that he got was very deserving. We hope it brought him back down to earth a little bit.
Check out who Mumbai Mirror is talking about in its blind item below.
THIS young and brash newcomer (aren’t they too many of these nowadays?) needs a lesson in minding his manners and keeping his hirsute mouth shut. He seems to want to take no chances with his second film, since his first release was a legendary flop. So he took a DVD of a Martin Scorsese film and offered it to his director, a well-respected and talented filmmaker, and suggested he shoot the scene like Scorsese does. The director took it on the chin at first, and allowed the newbie his moment, and then said that his style was indeed different from Scorsese’s. But when the fledgling insisted, we hear the director showed him a sample of his yelling skills— something no one had seen till date.
Newcomer: Harshvardhan Kapoor
Director: Vikramaditya Motwane
Film: Bhavesh Joshi