2018 – July – Bollywood Blind Item 5
In the world that we are living in today, what you wear and own show off how much money you have. Rich people like to wear expensive branded stuffs while other people like to buy replicas of these branded stuffs just to get the feel and air of being rich. The thing with rich people, as in Bollywood people with money, they have new things every time they step out. New shoes, new bags, new sunglasses and new everything. How does that work? How much money do they spend on all these things? Are they allergic to wearing the same thing more than once or twice? Or is it all done to keep up an appearance on the outside?
If you see any of these actors and Kebab Jo, they are wearing a new pair of shoes every time. It’s new and shiny and looks expensive. We never can understand this because we have never had the need or urge to own these things. Some people just do, you know? But when you have more important things to spend your money, these material things don’t bother you. We used to wonder why people waste money like that. But then, we realised that not everyone can actually see it and that’s fine. We all have different focus in life, that’s why.
Anyways, the blind item below is a little funny. It’s even funnier because Kebab Jo is in it and got fooled. This is a really good business, but if you get caught, you are done! Check out the blind item below from Hindustan Times.
Now that everyone in Bollywood and her pet pooch are in the throes of the selfie culture, where one’s appearance is on display 24×7, followers and fans are offered a word of caution. Not everything you see in your favourite star’s photographs is real. Your icon might be looking like a million bucks with the perfect smile, abs, butt and branded accessories, but all that might be fake including the last. Apparently, so obsessed are the stars with luxury branded goods to complement their perfect physiques that they often get taken for a ride. This nugget was shared by a Bollywood insider about a certain young star, who wanted to gift his leading lady an expensive, limited-edition line of designer luggage wear.
“He mentioned this desire to a leading facilitator (in the old days, they were aka chamchas), who promptly arranged to have the goods sent in their original packing.” Of course, the actor was thrilled and paid for the items before presenting them to his lady love. What he was not aware of was that the facilitator had procured them from a far-east country, celebrated for its quality fakes. Not only was the actor royally conned, he was also heard raving about the facilitator’s enterprise, to a well-known producer with a penchant for luxe goods. Oh dear!